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A local access road, often referred to as a public road, is a road that has been dedicated to the public but has not been accepted as part of the county-maintained road system. The county still has jurisdiction within the rights-of-way of local access roads, but local property owners are responsible for maintenance. Many miles of local access roads exist within Lincoln County.
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An alphabetical list and a map of the Lincoln County road system can be viewed here:
County Roads List (PDF)
County Roads Map (PDF)
If your road is not listed, it falls under the jurisdiction of another road authority or is a local access road. Additional information regarding non-county roads is included in our FAQs section.
During normal business hours - call Public Works at 541-265-5747. If it is a county road, we will dispatch our road crew to assess and address as needed. If not a county road, we will direct you to the proper contact as applicable.
After hours, weekends and holidays - call LinCom at 541-265-4231 (non-emergency 911) and they will dispatch to the responsible road authority.
Please call Public Works at (541) 265-5747 for road jurisdiction information. We can tell you if a road is ours or a state highway, city street, local access road, private road or belongs to another entity such as US Forest Service or a special road district. If your road falls under a specific non-county jurisdiction, we can provide contact information. Local access roads are the responsibility of the adjacent property owners.