Maintains and repairs County roads and bridges, including shoulders, culverts, guardrails, traffic signals, signs and lane markings; operates the Canby Ferry; administers Adopt-A-Road program.
We maintain the integrity and safety of 1,413 miles of County roads, 186 bridges, 2,400 miles of rock shoulder and 27,103 road signs, and we operate the Canby Ferry that serves more than 85,000 vehicles a year.
We also respond to over 5,000 public service maintenance requests every year; provide 24-hour snow removal on major county roads during winter storms; maintain more than 9,300 catch basins, nearly 8,200 cross culverts and over 240 dry wells; sweep almost 380 miles of curbed roads, and maintain over 111,300 feet of guardrail.
Information on how we determine what projects to do and lists of what we are currently working on.
Adopt A Road Program
Volunteer to to help keep our roadways clean.
FAQs for Transportation Maintenance
We don’t remove dead trees unless they are currently hazard to the traveling public. Dead tree removal is the property owner’s responsibility.61531
We can’t trim trees that are tangled with active utility lines. You’ll need to contact your utility service to do this.61531
We strive to create the safest possible driving conditions during inclement weather. Our top priorities are county main roads, providing access for emergency services and clearing designated snow routes.
During inclement weather, our crews run 24/7 to treat as many roads as possible. We recommend staying put during an ice or snow storm as the best practice, but if you need to venture out, check current road conditions and traffic cameras at www.tripcheck.com.61531
Please contact ODOT with concerns on state roads such as I-5, I-205, Highway 211, Highway 212, Highway 213/82nd Ave, Highway 224, Highway 26, Highway 99E/McLoughlin Blvd. ODOT maintains signals, vegetation, signage, potholes, etc. on these roads. Read ODOT FAQs.61531
Please contact our Engineering Department about construction projects at 503-742-4691 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We produce wood chips as a by-product of cutting brush and processing vegetation along county roads. If you’d like to receive free wood chips, we will place your name on our list and accommodate your request as time and material allow. There is no guarantee that you will receive chips, they are delivered to the nearest site on our list when the truck is full. Site must be able to accommodate up to 20 yds.61531
The Oregon Department of Transportation extended the deadline to May 1, 2020 for all studded tires to be removed due to the public health emergency.61531