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Author Topic: Share your thoughts about Multnomah County roads  (Read 2165 times)
Mike Pullen
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« on: February 07, 2012, 03:04:55 PM »

Multnomah County would like to know what you think about county roads.  Results from a short online survey ( will be used to evaluate customer satisfaction of road services. County staff work to balance customer satisfaction against the road system needs and available revenue. Input from road users helps determine how and where resources are used. 

Multnomah County has jurisdiction of 263 miles of roads in unincorporated areas such as Corbett and Springdale.  The county maintains 27 miles of urban roads in Fairview, Troutdale and Wood Village.

Road maintenance includes paving, vegetation maintenance, lane striping, drainage, signage, mowing, snow plowing and emergency response.

Public input has helped shape county road services in recent years.  When funding levels declined in 2008, public input was used to re-prioritize road service levels.  For example, roadside mowing was reduced in some areas and administrative cuts were made.  These changes helped the county increase its road paving and chip seal program the last two years.

To take the survey, visit  Road maps are included to help identify Multnomah County roads
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