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

December 08, 2021
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Jackson County Roads is focused on maintaining our public road system and we are out working almost every day of the year.  This work can have an impact on motorists, and therefore we want to tell you where we plan to be working.  To see a daily list of locations, just open the PDF to the left under the 'Happening Today' title.  For our larger projects there is more information offered below and on the left.  If you have questions about our short-term or long-term projects which are not answered here, please send us an email or give us a call at 541.774.8184.

Please note the information in our Daily Projects PDF is a snapshot of what we expect to accomplish each day, yet is subject to change.

Foothill Road Extension - Project Update 5/13/2020

Foothill Road Extension - Project Update 5/13/2020

Work continues on this important safety project for this corridor

Author: J Domis/Wednesday, May 13, 2020/Categories: Foothill Road Extension (Corey Road - Atlantic Avenue)

Our contractor, Knife River Materials, is continuing the work on this important safety and capacity project to extend Foothill Road near White City.  Additional roadway is being built to the north to connect with the Highway 140/Foothill/Atlantic roundabout.  Additionally, work is also focusing more on the existing intersection of Foothill Road and Corey Road which will cause some delays. 

Roadway users should expect more substantial delays as the existing intersection is rebuilt to accomodate the new vertical and horizontal alignments.  This work may include the temporary removal of existing asphalt and other changes which travelers should use caution navigating when traveling in this area.

Please watch for construction activity and workers, and SLOW DOWN when in the area.

Call our office at 541-774-8184 if you have any questions.

Photo credit for the aerial photo goes to our friends at ODOT - thank you!

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