Even if a road looks safe, it may not be!
Beaver County is experiencing some flooding and washouts on roads. A list of roads currently reported as flooded or washed out is available by clicking here.
This list is only accurate as of 11:30 am, March 29, 2019. Roads are closed as necessary and opened as repairs are made. Please watch for barriers, and do not drive on closed roads. For your safety, drive with extreme caution. Please slow down and take caution around any Public Works staff as they work. Where hazardous areas are identified, please do not remove barricades.
Public Works crews will be working to confirm road status and monitor hazardous areas and water levels for changes. If you observe hazardous road conditions (floods and/or washouts) that appear to be unmarked, please report it to 780-663-3730. This phone number is in effect 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
The list of roads affected will be updated as conditions change.
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Help Prevent Traffic Safety Hazards
Residents and property owners are advised to keep the snow and ice they clear from their driveways, and property on their own property.
Beaver County asks that you refrain from:
- Depositing snow, ice and other material onto roadways, right-of-way’s, ditches or property other than your own.
- Conduct any form of work or maintenance on any County road, road right-of-way, or ditch without permission from the County.
Pushing snow and ice onto County roadways, ditches, right-of-way’s, and property other than your own results in:
- Increased traffic and safety hazards by making roads uneven and unpassable
- Slowing down the County’s snow removal process
- Increased risk of damaging equipment during back blading of ditches
- Potentially damaging roads and road maintenance equipment
- Blocking or damaging culverts during freeze and thaw cycles which can lead to higher risks of flooding during the spring
- Causing inconveniences for other property owners, residents and motorists.
- Damaging utility lines, bridge structures, road access as well as vegetation.
Let’s stay safe out there!