How often will a dirt road be graded?

Graham County maintains approximately 600 miles of unimproved, unsurfaced dirt roads. One of the most important recurring functions of the Highway Department is to grade these roads. County dirt roads are graded at various time intervals, depending on the road’s classification. Due to the County’s extremely dry climate, the roads are often dusty and corrugated. More frequent dry blading only makes these conditions worse. Drivers are cautioned to drive at prudent speeds and exercise due caution on dirt roads. Potentially hazardous situations should be reported to the Highway Maintenance Division. For more questions please Contact the Highway Department.

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