Will the Highway Department mow County right-of-ways?

Yes. Each mowing season, the department mows along roadways in our jurisdiction. Right-of-ways are mowed at least once each season and more often if possible.

Rural Clay County citizens are encouraged to regularly maintain/mow a minimum of a 3-foot radius around mailboxes to improve visibility for Highway Department mowing crews, reducing the likelihood of mailbox damage during the mowing season.

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1. What roads does the Clay County Highway Department maintain?
2. How is the Highway Department funded?
3. What is “right of way”?
4. How do I report a road concern?
5. Will the Highway Department pick up dead deer or other animals on County roads?
6. Will the Highway Department cut brush on County right-of-ways?
7. Will the Highway Department mow County right-of-ways?
8. Are salt and sand used to treat snow/ice on gravel roads?
9. Who is responsible for cleaning out my driveway tube?
10. Who is responsible for maintaining ditches and under-roadway culverts?
11. Does the County repair damaged mailboxes caused by snow removal?
12. How do I file a claim?