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JACKSON COUNTY, OREGON ROADS
200 ANTELOPE ROAD 
WHITE CITY, OR 97503 
(541) 774-8184

Jackson County, Oregon Roads
News & Information
Electronic File Conversion Complete 1 March 2019

Electronic File Conversion Complete

You can now view our 'Road Files' online!

A major effort to capture images of our road files has been completed.  Now you can view these files online.

It's That Time Of Year Again - Potholes Can Pop Up Anywhere It Seems 25 January 2019

It's That Time Of Year Again - Potholes Can Pop Up Anywhere It Seems

Keep a lookout for these road hazards - and let us know if you see one or more on a county road.

Signal Installation - Table Rock Road @ Gregory Road 29 November 2018

Signal Installation - Table Rock Road @ Gregory Road

Installation of a new traffic signal at this location, as well as lane/alignment improvements will be completed.

Hwy 62 Expressway Project - Various County Road Impacts 8 March 2017

Hwy 62 Expressway Project - Various County Road Impacts

ODOT's project will have several impacts to county roadways in the area.

This project will affect several county roads over the expected construction season as well as change many of them for the future.

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Current Work and Road Projects

Online Road Files

Gravel Road Information

Jackson County Roads is focused on maintaining our public road right-of-ways.  To that end, we and our contractors are out in force most every day performing maintenance and construction work.  The graphic above links to our projects page where you can access information about what we are accomplishing, including a list of what we plan to work on each day.  See the Happening Today! - Daily Projects PDF to get information to help you plan your travel routes.

Adopt-A-Road Program

volunteers picking up trash

Jackson County Roads has a program to provide citizens who are concerned with Jackson County’s environment an opportunity to control litter and improve the appearance of the county road system. Learn about our Adopt-A-Road Program.

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For safety, please call before you dig.