• Boardman Road (westbound, Maynard to Airport) – Blackman Township – Clear & Ok
• Browns Lake Road – Summit Township – Clear & Ok
• Callahan Road at Michigan Avenue and Miner Road – Parma Township – Clear & Ok
• Dearing Road at Maci Road – Sandstone Township – Clear & Ok
• Golfview Road – Columbia Township – Clear & Ok
• Harr Road – Waterloo Township – Water over the road
• Idle Hills Road – Norvell Township – Clear & Okay
• Lippert Road east of Eckert Road – Pulaski Township – Clear & Ok
• Owens Road – Norvell Township – Clear & Ok
• Smith Road – Leoni Township – Open
Harr Road is nearly cleared of water and expected to be completely cleared by Wednesday, April 1st, 2020. Motorists are reminded to never drive through standing water, as the integrity of the underlying road cannot be determined. Additionally, residents should always stay clear of downed trees or utilities. JCDOT encourages the reporting of flooding, downed trees and utilities, or other issues by calling 911.
Green Lights on Maintenance Vehicles
To improve the safety of our drivers and motorists, Jackson County Department of Transportation has joined other municipal transportation agencies in installing green strobe lights on our maintenance vehicles. Most of our vehicles will use a combination of amber and green lights, which will differentiate them from other emergency and service vehicles.
According to JCDOT Managing Director Christopher Bolt, “The flashing light patterns you will see are very distinctive and are clearly not traffic signals. Green is one of the most visible colors to our eyes at night. Green LEDs are very visible over a long distance, effectively cutting through fog, snow, and rain. Other states have been experimenting with these with positive impacts on visibility, and the overall safety of maintenance workers and equipment. The Jackson County Department of Transportation is a leader in safety initiatives like this, and you will soon see these green lights statewide.”
This photo was provided by the County Road Association.