I was told that our gravel road would be paved this year, but nothing has yet happened. Are you still paving our road?
Yakima County's Annual Road Construction Plan and 6-Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) are the County's best tools in prioritizing and scheduling road projects. However, factors can delay planned projects as scheduled in these documents.

Delays in completing required permitting processes, acquiring right of way, contractor availability, securing adequate funding, and addressing last minute engineering issues can all delay the start of a project. Yakima County strives to keep affected road project stakeholders involved in project status updates.

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1. How can I get my road on the list to be improved?
2. How do I get my company listed on the County small works roster?
3. How does the County determine which gravel roads get paved?
4. I need to talk to the Engineer on my road improvement project, how do I contact them?
5. I was told that our gravel road would be paved this year, but nothing has yet happened. Are you still paving our road?
6. Is our company on the County consultant roster?
7. If I have questions regarding consultant agreements, who do I contact?
8. Is there a private company in Yakima County that dust abates private roads?
9. How does a road improvement district work?
10. Why can't my gravel road be paved?