Union County – (Information from Union County Clerks Office) With limited resources Union County has set its priority of snow removal of county roads that provide the most safety for citizens. The maintenance of bus routes, arterial routes, and heavy traffic areas will be among the top in terms of priority.
Local and residential roads are not expected to be plowed the first day of a major snow event and may take up to three to five days before being plowed, depending on the amount of snowfall. Opening all county roads may take three to five days once a weather event has concluded. The county’s resources are not available to respond to individual requests for plowing and sanding, however, snowplows will be reassigned when needed for emergency service access.
To report problems or concerns to the Public Works Department during business hours (Monday through Thursday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.) at 541-963-1016, or by contacting the Sheriff’s non-emergency number after hours, weekends, and holidays at 541-963-1017.