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

Jackson County Roads
News & Information
Leaves, leaves, and more leaves 8 October 2021

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?

Pedestrian Safety 4 October 2021

Pedestrian Safety

Look Out Before You Step Out, and Drive Carefully

Consider sharing some of this information about pedestrian safety with your family and friends today.  There are things to learn, or be reminded of, for both pedestrians and drivers.

24 September 2021

Public Hearing - Portions of Clay Street and Paradise Lane (Ashland)...

Public hearing is scheduled for Wednesday, November 3, 2021

A public hearing will be held regarding the proposed jurisdictional transfer of portions of Clay Street and Paradise Lane in Ashland.

Work Zone Safety - 'We Can Do It!' 24 March 2021

Work Zone Safety - 'We Can Do It!'

Construction season is here - let's be safe!

Barrels, cones, signs and more - construction and maintenance season is here.

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.