Who maintains my road?
Find your location on this map of gravel roads.
What is needed to build a new driveway or to widen an existing one?
What is Right-of-Way?
Right-of-Way is an area of land that is owned by the property owner, but the government possesses an easement in order to maintain the road for public usage. The amount of Right-of-Way varies depending on the circumstances when it was set up, but typically the Right-of-Way extends 33 feet each direction from the center of the roadway. Landowners may not place, or cause to be placed, an obstruction within any highway right-of-way.