Is there anything that I can do to help with snow and ice operations?
Yes. Hay bales or other material that is stored along the north or west right-of-way will cause drifting across the roadway. If the bales were set back 300 feet, they would act as a snow fence and actually help protect the road.

During severe storms, it is helpful if folks are patient and wait for the snow plow so that abandoned vehicles do not become a big problem. Our operators try to go around those vehicles, but if that is not possible, the vehicle will be moved at the owner's expense to allow our equipment to get through. The County will not be liable for damage unless negligence can be established.Snow & Ice Removal Policy

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1. How do I get a new driveway?
2. How do I get dust control by my property?
3. How much is the permit for dust control?
4. Do I have to own the property where I am placing dust control?
5. Where do I get the bright orange flags to mark my dust control?
6. Can I use waste oil as dust control?
7. Why does it take so long to clear gravel roads when it snows?
8. Why does my driveway keep getting plowed shut?
9. The plow knocked down my mailbox. Will the County replace it?
10. I've seen plow trucks on the road that sometimes aren't spreading salt. Why don't they since they're there anyway?
11. Is there anything that I can do to help with snow and ice operations?
12. When can we expect to see crews working during inclement weather?
13. How can I contact the Engineering and Secondary Roads Department?
14. Who do I contact in case of an emergency?