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While the County Road Engineer utilizes a Level of Service (LOS) formula to plan and prioritize gravel road paving projects, the public can petition for a road to be paved. Every November, the County's 6-Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is brought before the Board of County Commissioners and the general public in a public hearing to ratify the County's plan for road projects for the upcoming 6 years. The public is welcome to participate in this process in seeking their road(s) inclusion in the gravel road paving priority list. Call 509-574-2300 for information about how to obtain a road improvement petition.
Yes. A permit is required for the movement of all the following, on Yakima County Roads:
Please review the Special Motor Vehicle Checklist for all requirements. To request a permit, please call Yakima County Public Services 509-574-2300.
Please submit the completed application to Kendra Dorais, fax 509-574-2301, direct line 509-574-2302