Report a Road Hazard
To report a road hazard during normal business hours, please contact the appropriate Maintenance District office. View a Maintenance Districts map (PDF). To report a road hazard after hours, please contact County Dispatch at 541-440-4471. View the Maintenance District contact information for surrounding towns.
Current Road & Bridge Closures and Restrictions
Conn Ford Bridge & Oakland Bridge Replacement Project
- Location: Melrose Road at Conn Ford Bridge (which crosses the South Umpqua River just west of Kruse Farms), approximately 1/2 mile west of Garden Valley Road.
- Closures: Road will be subject to lane and bridge closures Monday, April 6th through Friday, April 10th, 2020, and Monday, April 13th through Sunday, April 19th. This work will be done in two phases. The first phase will involve daytime lane closures, and the second phase will require a complete full nighttime bridge closure.
- Phase One (April 6th through 10th): From Monday, April 6th through Friday, April 10th, 2020, one lane of the Conn Ford Bridge will be closed from 7 am to 7 pm. Motorists can expect delays of less than 20 minutes, and flaggers will provide traffic control as needed. Emergency service vehicles will be given priority through the work zone.
- Phase Two (April 13th through 19th): From Monday, April 13, through Sunday, April 19, the Conn Ford Bridge will be completely closed to through traffic from 8 pm to 6 am. Melrose Road will be closed to westbound traffic just passed Kruse Farms, and closed to eastbound traffic just passed Shady Drive. Warning signs and delineators will be installed to notify the motoring public of the bridge closure and detours. Eastbound motorists will be instructed to utilize Old Melrose Road to West Harvard Avenue. Westbound motorists will be directed to take Northwest Garden Valley Road to Northwest Stewart Parkway.
- Please note that both closures will affect your drive time. Safety is always a priority for the motoring public, as well as bridge workers and flaggers. We are asking motorists to use caution as they travel through construction zones and detours. Please follow and obey all posted signs, warnings, and flagging instructions. Please plan and seek alternate routes whenever possible. A map of the detours, construction timeline, and bridge closure is on this page.
Old Highway 99 N in Oakland
- Location: The Oakland Bridge (also known as the Calapooya Creek Bridge) is located on the Oakland-Shady Highway (Old Highway 99 N, MP 1.08) at the northwest end of the town of Oakland (NE 1st Street where it crosses over Calapooya Creek).
- Closures: The Douglas County Public Works Department will be closing Old Highway 99N at Oakland Bridge to all traffic between the hours of 9 am and 1 pm. on Friday, April 3, 2020, for a routine bridge inspection. Northbound traffic will be detoured to Stearns Lane. Southbound traffic will be detoured to Green Valley Road.
- Please note that the road closure may impact your drive time. Safety is always a priority for the motoring public, and we are asking motorists to use caution as they travel, and utilize the detours in this area.
Old Highway 99 N in Winchester
- Open to through traffic. (minor construction delays under flagging)
Little River Slide - Rock Slope Stabilization Project
- Location: Little River Road at M.P. 24.6. Little River Road (County Road number 17). Approximately 14 miles up Little River Road from Oregon Highway 138, near the city limits of Glide, Oregon. The city of Glide is located approximately 16.8 miles Northeast of Roseburg on Oregon Highway 138. View Attached Map (PNG).
- Closures: Road is currently posted and restricted to one lane in the area. Motorists are asked to continue to exercise caution, looking for falling rocks and paying attention to on-coming vehicles before proceeding. Please watch for additional signage and notification of road closures and delays coming soon. Please always obey the cone zone and keep safety in mind for our construction workers, and be mindful of equipment staging on the shoulders and pull out areas.
Safety of the traveling public is always a high priority. Please use caution when traveling in the area, utilize alternative routes whenever possible, and follow and obey all posted signs, warnings, and flagging instructions. For more information, please contact the Douglas County Public Works Department at 541-440-4481. View the following for more information: