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The road must be built to current county standards, meaning the property has been deeded and dedicated to the county; it must have a 24-foot wide, paved surface with three-foot shoulders on each side and proper drainage structures (e.g., culverts) must be in place. For more specific information, see the Jefferson County Transportation Design and Construction Manual.
Call your district's shop.
If the signs or lights are located within unincorporated Jefferson County, contact the Transportation and Engineering Division at 303-271-8495.
When roads are extremely dry, grading may smooth the road temporarily, but without moisture to help compact the surface, the washboards will return quickly, increasing dust. In most cases, hauling water to grade roads is not feasible due to the large quantity required.