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My neighbor is blocking an easement, what do I do?
Yakima County can confirm whether a road approach easement to County right-of-way has been approved. However, any easement issues outside of County right of way are a private civil issue. Yakima County cannot provide legal advice nor recommend legal counsel.

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1. I want speed bumps, speed humps, or speed tables on my road.
2. I would like compression brakes (commonly referred to as a "Jacobs brake" or a "Jake brake") to be prohibited on a County road. How do I do that?
3. I want my road to be striped. It is paved, but there is no paint line. What can I do?
4. Can I get a second driveway to my property?
5. Can I plant trees in front of my house?
6. How can I get information on subdivision X?
7. How do I build my road approach?
8. How do I get an address for my property?
9. How do I name my road?
10. I have a property that I would like to access to a County road. What do I do?
11. I lost my address plate. Where do I get a new one?
12. I need a franchise, and what is it?
13. I want to get access from my property to a state highway / city street, how do I do that?
14. I would like to get a petition for a speed limit or stop sign, how do I do that?
15. Is this where I get an event permit that involves a County Road (bicycle race, run, etc.)?
16. I need to move an overweight and/or oversized vehicle, house, manufactured home, or large shed on County roads. Do I need a permit?
17. I'd like to get traffic counts for my road, how do I do that?
18. My neighbor and I are having a dispute about my access easement. Can you help me?
19. My neighbor is blocking an easement, what do I do?
20. My project requires me to work within County right-of-way. What do I need to do?
21. What are the County's development standards?
22. What do I do if I find traffic control, a signal, or other roadside devices inoperable?
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