Welcome to Lincoln County Public Work’s road information listing. If you would like to travel on restricted roads and are over the weight limits please find the Application to Travel on the Weight Restrictions tab. If you need to know if your load requires a permit please find the conversion table on the Weight Restrictions tab.
The current road information is as follows:
DAVENPORT: Restrictions are lifted.
- Porcupine Bay Road – In the area of the 25 mile per hour speed limit less than one mile from the National Park Service Campground – No Through Traffic
SPRAGUE: Restrictions are lifted.
Road Closures: *Kupers Road- between Coffee Pot and Duke Lake
*All Summer Roads
ODESSA: Restrictions are lifted.
WILBUR: Restrictions are lifted.
Construction Road Closures:
Porcupine Bay Road – Starting June 4, 2018, In the area of the 25 mile per hour speed limit less than one mile from the National Park Service Campground – No Through Traffic.
Old Coulee Road– is now OPEN to all traffic; however, the project is still under construction. BST will be completed next year. We ask all motorists to drive with caution through the project.
This road information will be updated as needed during the work week.
Please drive safely!
For questions in regards to these restrictions please call Jenny or Kim at (509)725-7041.
Click here for status of State Highways http://www.wsdot.com/traffic/trafficalerts/Eastern.aspx
Snow Plowing Notice.
Winter weather is upon us and the Lincoln County Public Works Department would like to remind the public of its policy for snow plowing and pulling out private vehicles.
- Lincoln County Public Works sand and snowplow over 1,650 miles of roads from four primary maintenance facilities. Priority guideline for plowing / sanding roads is: Minor Arterials, Major & Minor Collectors and the balance of the system. School bus routes on the above classifications will receive first priority status when school is in session. Deviations to this priority guideline may occur to allow the best utilization of available personnel and equipment.
- Crews will start plowing as the storm event subsides. Lincoln County does not plow roads during a winter storm event except in emergency situations. An emergency situation is defined as only situations where fire, police, emergency medical services are called upon to respond quickly to prevent harm to or loss of human life or property. Damages to private property as a result of emergency opening of private lanes will be the sole responsibility of the landowner / leasee.
- Paved roads will not be plowed until there is an accumulation of 2” or more of snow and gravel surfaced roads will not be plowed until there is 4” or more of snow. (See No. 2)
- During periods of drifting snow, roads will be patrolled and plowing will take place at the discretion of the road maintenance officials.
- Canyon roads and steep grades will be sanded at the discretion of the road maintenance officials.
- County equipment is not to be used to extract stuck private vehicles except in emergency situations. An emergency situation is described as an individual needing immediate medical attention or an individual being exposed to severe weather without assistance, etc. The only exception is when the private vehicle is blocking the roadway, preventing the snow equipment from proceeding.
- In accordance with the Laws of the State of Washington, private lanes will not be plowed except for emergency situations. An exception to this is to retrieve County equipment temporarily parked at a private residence.
- Removal of snow berms left in front of driveways, mailboxes and etc. are the responsibility of the property owner / resident.
- The use of liquid de-icing agents and sanding on County Roads will be at the discretion of the road maintenance officials, these applications may vary depending on temperature, wind conditions and duration of the weather event.
- Residents are reminded that State Law prohibits placing snow or ice on any public road in a manner that impedes vehicle or pedestrian traffic or makes it unsafe.
Lincoln County’s primary objective is to keep County Public roadways safe for travel. If you have any questions regarding this notice, please call Lincoln County Department of Public Works at (509) 725-7041.
Public Works Director
Davenport (509) 725-5021
27232 SR 25 N
Davenport, WA 99122
Wilbur (509) 647-5462
108 SE Anne Street
Wilbur, WA 99185
Odessa (509) 982-2462
106 1st Street
Odessa, WA 99159
Sprague (509) 257-2251
2249 Walnut Loop Road N
Sprague, WA 99032