The Clackamas County Transportation Maintenance Division is comprised of the Road Maintenance, Bridge Maintenance, Traffic Maintenance and Equipment Maintenance sections along with the Weighmaster and Adopt-a-Road Programs.
The Transportation Maintenance Division is responsible for maintaining the integrity and safety of nearly 1,400 miles of County roads, 178 bridges, approximately 1,400 miles of road striping, 2,398 miles of rock shoulder and 26,453 road signs, and operates the Canby Ferry for more than 85,000 vehicles a year.
Additional maintenance responsibilities include processing over 5,000 public service maintenance requests per year; 24-hour snow removal during winter storm events; maintaining over 9,300 catch basins, nearly 8,200 cross culverts and over 240 dry wells; sweeping almost 380 miles of curbed roads, and maintaining over 111,300 feet of guardrail.
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Grady Waxenfelter Memorial
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The County remembered former County Weightmaster Grady Waxenfelter, who was killed while doing his job, at a memorial tribute May 16.
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