Multnomah County Road Services manages and preserves the county road infrastructure, and provides a safe and efficient transportation system that supports economic and community vitality.
Overview of county-maintained roads. Multnomah County Road Maintenance is responsible for maintaining 297 miles of roads.
Request maintenance or information for a road maintained by Multnomah County.
Current, Future and Past Road Projects
Road Maintenance Programs
Road Engineering staff and contact information.
The purpose of the Right-of-Way Permits Section is to manage the public right-of-way in order to facilitate development, preserve and enhance the public's investment in the street system.
The program coordinates the county-wide response to federal and state clean water regulations. The goal of the program is to protect the health of our streams, streamside areas and wetlands.
The Adopt-A-Road Program is an anti-litter campaign. It allows citizens to work in partnership with the county by "adopting" a segment of roadway and agreeing to keep it clean.
Multnomah County Snow And Ice Plan for Roads
We need your help to continue to meet and exceed your transportation needs. Please take a few minutes to give us your impression of Multnomah County’s road system and let us know how we're doing. ...
Due to declining revenues and increasing costs, Multnomah County will be reducing some road services.
Other agencies that manage roads in and around Multnomah County.
- West hills roads reopen after storm
- Downtown Troutdale highway to close Friday for tree lighting
- New road in east county opens today after ceremony
- November 10 open house for Arata Road improvements
- Upper Larch Mountain Road closes November 6
- Troutdale road closures during Saturday run
- South Troutdale Road re-opens after accident