FRANKLIN COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT 6500
Please follow this link, to download information regarding the Franklin County Public Works Department open for business restrictions, in response to the guidance and directives regarding Covid-19.
The Franklin County Public Works Department is comprised of Accounting and Administrative Services, Road Maintenance and Operation Division, Engineering and Traffic Services Division, Geographical Information Systems Division, Solid Waste Division, and Motor Vehicle and Equipment Division. All divisions are committed to our responsibility to provide safe, economical, and environmentally sound public road facilities and services.
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BURR CANYON AND WALLACE WALKER ROAD CLOSED TILL FURTHER NOTICE
BEGINNING MONDAY SEPTEMBER 7TH, 2020 ACCESS TO BURR CANYON AND WALLACE WALKER ROAD WILL BE CLOSED TO THRU TRAFFIC TO ALLOW COUNTY FORCES TO PERFORM CLEAN UP WORK CAUSED BY RECENT FIRES IN THE AREA. THE ROAD WORK AREA FOR BURR CANYON ROAD IS LOCATED FROM THE INTERSECTION OF BURR CANYON ROAD AND PASCO KAHLOTUS ROAD AND BEFORE THE ENTRANCE INTO WINDUST PARK. WALLACE WALKER ROAD IS CLOSED FROM THE INTERSECTION OF WALLACE WALKER ROAD AND PASCO KAHLOTUS ROAD AND BEFORE THE ENTRANCE INTO WINDUST PARK. CLOSURE SHALL BE IN PLACE UNTIL WORK IS COMPLETED. FOR THE MOST CURRENT INFORMATION REGARDING THIS CLOSURE OR ANY OTHERS WITHIN FRANKLIN COUNTY CONTACT FRANKLIN COUNTY PUBLIC WORKS WITH ANY QUESTIONS, COMMENTS, OR CONCERNS PERTAINING TO THIS ROAD CLOSURE AT 509-545-3514 OR BY EMAIL AT email@example.com
THE JUNIPER DUNES ROAD IS OPENED
The newly constructed 4.3 mile road to the Juniper Dunes Recreation Area is located one mile east of Peterson Road (private)
UNDERSTANDING BRIDGE WEIGHT LIMIT SIGNS IN FRANKLIN COUNTY
Recently, Franklin County has been required by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) to have our bridges evaluated for carrying Specialized Hauling Vehicles (SHV). To fulfill this requirement, Franklin County contracted with KPFF Consulting Engineers to load rate bridges which met the criteria for this requirement. As a result, several bridges in Franklin County were required to be posted. The purpose of the following links is to help Franklin County road users to better understand the bridge posting signs.
For the most current details or for additional questions about these bridge weight limits, please contact Franklin county Public works at 509-545-3514 or by email at PublicWorks@co.franklin.wa.us
COUNTY ROAD PROJECTS
For County Road Projects information CLICK HERE