Traffic Complaint Report Form
This program is designed to allow community members the opportunity to alert the Washington County Sheriff's Office to potential traffic problems in their neighborhood or a particular location within unincorporated Washington County. Such complaints might be drivers who repeatedly disobey a stop sign at an intersection, fail to slow down in school zones, or routinely speed at a particular location.
To address concerns about signs, speed bumps or traffic patterns in Washington County, contact the Land Use and Transportation Department at 503-846-ROAD (7623), Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., or use their online reporting tool.
Please include the time of day that the problem most often occurs so that we will be able to assign your complaint efficiently. It is helpful if you tell us how to contact you in case we have questions.
The Washington County Sheriff's Office services urban and rural unincorporated areas within Washington County. City Police are primary first responders inside the cities.
To find out who patrols your neighborhood, use the Who Patrols My Neighborhood application and type in your address. You will get specific answers to these questions:
- Do I live in a city, urban unincorporated community, or rural area?
- Do I live in the Enhanced Sheriff's Patrol District (ESPD)?
- Which police agency responds when I call for help?
- What services do I receive from the Sheriff's Office?