Reporting Road Hazards
REPORTING HAZARDOUS ROAD CONDITIONS
IF THE CONDITION IS A LIFE THREATENING EMERGENCY SITUATION - CALL 911
The public is encouraged to report any unsafe conditions observed on county roadways. Downed trees, damaged pavement, bridges, guard rails, road obstructions, debris, missing signs, etc., should be reported as soon as possible.
The Josephine County Public Works Department is committed to provide 24 hour hazardous condition response involving the County's transportation network. Hazardous Conditions are defined as obstruction to traffic flow or hazards to people in roadways.
Examples of Hazardous Conditions:
Stop sign down or missing
Tree on roadway obstructing traffic
Debris or material on roadway obstructing traffic flow
Standing water obstructing traffic flow
Dead deer obstructing traffic flow
Pot hole or sink hole imposing significant traffic hazard
To Report A Hazardous Road Condition:
During Normal Business Hours:
Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM & 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM, Call (541) 474-5460
All other times including holidays, call Josephine County Sheriff's Office at (541) 474-5123 or 911
To Report A Non-Hazardous Road Condition: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org or (541) 474-5460.
Examples of non-hazardous conditions are:
Pot holes in road
Road signs down or missing (STOP signs should be reported as a hazardous condition)
When reporting a NON-HAZARDOUS ROAD CONDITION (VIA MAIL), please include the following:
Your address, including City, State and Zip Code
Telephone number where you can be contacted
A detailed description of the condition, including road name, nearest cross street and/or address. It is important that you include a contact number in the event more information is needed.