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

Jackson County, Oregon Roads
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New ICY Sign Installation 8 December 2017

New ICY Sign Installation

Newer technology helps improve safety

A new installation of safety warning signs on Foothill Road near Medford will hopefully reduce accidents.

Wheeler Road Project Update - Nov 27, 2017 27 November 2017

Wheeler Road Project Update - Nov 27, 2017

The bridge is OPEN to traffic!

Final paving of the approaches has been completed and the bridge is open to the public.

Leaves, leaves and more leaves 24 November 2017

Leaves, leaves and more leaves

You can help to minimize this annual impact

The fall season brings with it the annual process of many trees shedding their leaves.  Did you know this can create quite the problem for some drainage facilities?

Table Rock Road (Biddle to near I5) Reconstruction Project - Oct 10,... 10 October 2017

Table Rock Road (Biddle to near I5) Reconstruction Project - Oct 10,...

With Costco planning to open next month there is a lot of activity going on

Utility and construction work is still ongoing as attention turns to Costco store opening.

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 Projects

Jackson County Roads is dedicated to professionally managing and maintaining an efficient and cost effective transportation system which improves the quality of life for our community and future generations.

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.