Road Maintenance & Operations

Office closed to drop-ins; operations continue

Beginning March 18th, 2020, and until further notice, all Road Maintenance Division offices are closed to public drop-ins. Please use the online problem report to advise us of road issues, or call us at 360-385-0890.

There may be interruptions in our ability to staff phones over the coming weeks and months. Please leave messages if you cannot reach us immediately -- voicemails are received simultaneously by several redundant staff members, and we will respond as quickly as possible.

Road-maintenance operations continue unabated. We have taken precautions to protect personnel so we can avoid disruption to essential services including the operation of the county roads.


The County Road Fund provides for the maintenance, planning and improvement of county roads (400.09 center line miles) and other transportation facilities (7.3 Miles of the Larry Scott Memorial Trail). Road maintenance includes maintaining road surfaces, road signs, drainage infrastructure, vegetation control and snow and ice control.

Capital road improvements are determined using a priority analysis process.

Additionally, the County Road Fund provides for emergency repairs to county roads due to flood, storm events and landslides.

Report a problem with a county road

To report a problem with a county road, contact the appropriate shop using the contact information in the right-hand column or complete the online problem report by clicking here.

Roads-related forms

Permitting for oversize and overweight vehicles

For information on Vehicle Permits and how to apply see our Oversize and Overweight Vehicle Permit page.

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