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The Randolph County Highway Department maintains 869 miles which includes 34 miles of stone, 719 miles of chip and seal, 116 miles of blacktop and 218 bridges in the county. You can report a road problem to the department by calling 765-584-2601 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Periodically, it is necessary to close roads for repairs or to advise on rough roads. When this is the case, the department will post a news item reflecting the road closure and the estimated timeframe to complete the repairs. Visit the News & Alerts section of the site for the latest county news including road related news.
During the winter when heavy snows occur, the department works hard to keep roads clear. We schedule snow removal based on the weather conditions and the prevailing winds. The roads that are drifting are typically addressed first.
In emergency situations such as fire or ambulance calls, ice storms, tornadoes, or during heavy winter storms, the department provides road clearance services so the emergency vehicles can make it to their destination.
Road closures due to impassible roads as a result of heavy snowfall and/or flooding will be posted as Alerts which appear on the home page and are always listed first on the News & Alerts page.
The Indiana Department of Transportation has established the following State Road Conditions Map which graphically depicts the state of Indiana and where roadwork is being done on state and US highways.