My road is dusty. Will you be watering it down or dust abating it anytime soon?
To minimize airborne dust on gravel roadways, the Road Maintenance Department performs a one-time yearly dust abatement treatment on over 350 miles of gravel roads. Usually performed during the months of May and June, dust abatement techniques are intended to limit but not eliminate airborne dust. To find out when your gravel road may be dust abated, contact Yakima County Public Services at 509-574-2300.

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1. My road is covered in snow and ice; will you be plowing or sanding it soon?
2. My road is dusty. Will you be watering it down or dust abating it anytime soon?
3. My road needs grading. When will the County be grading it?
4. The dust abatement has worn off. Will you be dust abating again?
5. The traffic sign down the street is down/damaged, are you going to fix it?
6. There is a dead animal in the road. Can the County pick it up?
7. There is a pothole in the road. When will you be repairing it?
8. There is garbage or debris in the road. When can the County pick it up?
9. There is water over the roadway. What is the County going to do about this?
10. Vegetation is growing tall along the road and near our intersection. When will you be mowing?
11. What options are available if my road is not in the current program?
12. Why did I not receive dust abatement on my road?
13. I think there may be a mistake in your survey.