When will my road be plowed?
Our first responsibility is to clear the state highways and primary roads. Typically, local roads are among the last to be cleared. If the snow continues to fall or drift, we may have to return to the state highways and primary roads before we are able to continue plowing local roads. JCDOT drivers typically make one pass to open up local roads, so residents may get in and out. Once all of the roads have had one path cleared, JCDOT will come back to widen the road, and then the shoulders for future snow accumulation.

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1. Who do I call if I want to report a pothole, fallen tree or other road hazards?
2. When will the work order be completed?
3. When will my road be plowed?
4. I pay high property taxes. Why can't the roads be fixed with that money?
5. Will the money received from the Michigan Transportation Fund (MTF) be enough to fix Jackson County’s roads?
6. Why does the plow truck throw snow on my driveway?
7. When will my road be plowed?
8. My mailbox was damaged by a snowplow. Now what?
9. Do you replace overhead street lights?
10. Will JCDOT remove a dead animal from the road?
11. Will JCDOT remove fallen trees or branches from the roads?
12. When will brine be applied to my gravel road?
13. What is the process for getting a speed limit reduced?