The roads that were repaired and work done by the Jefferson County Road Department:


Sept. 16


Patching Crew: Filled potholes on Reydell Road, Blankenship Road, Mabry Road, South Evans Road, Princeton Pike and Shaquille Road with cold patch mix.


Truck Driver: Hauled 276.923 gallons of CRS2 from Ergon Asphalt and Emulsions to Jefferson County Road Department. Hauled 46.16 tons of SB2 Class 7 Base Course from Granite Mountain Quarries to Jefferson County Road Department.


Grader Operator: Graded German Springs Road, Skoal Road, Cantrell Road, Riverside Road, Crane Cove, Sassafras Trail, Lee Berry Road, Fernleaf Road, Appian Way, Alford Lane, St. Peters Cemetery Road, Sweden Church Road, Celia Road, Morgan Road and Gibb Anderson Road.


Boom Mower: Cut right-of-way on Quail Meadow Road, Toler Road and Donham Road. Cut Grass in ditches on Griderfield Road.


Environmental Officer: Checked county roads for illegal dumping. Worked with a constituent to get a trashy yard cleaned up on JoAnn Drive.


Pickups: Picked up cardboard at McDonald locations on Blake Street, Olive Street and East Harding; at Sonic locations on Blake Street, Olive Street, White Hall and Watson Chapel; at Taco Bell on Olive Street; picked up cardboard at The Hive Café, Hartz Honey Hole, Carpe Diem, White Hall Fitness Center and Chicken City in White Hall, Beauty Mania Plus, Smart Chevrolet, S.A.B.S, Scott Systems, Citi Trends and Dart’s Packaging Co. in Pine Bluff.


Sept. 17


Truck Drivers: Hauled 46.16 tons of SB2 Class 7 Base Course from Granite Mountain Quarries to Jefferson County Road Department.


Sept. 18


Pickups: Picked up cardboard at McDonald locations on Blake Street, Olive Street and East Harding; at Chicken City in White Hall and Dart’s Packaging Co. in Pine Bluff.


Sept. 19


Patching Crew: Filled potholes on Irene Drive, Mallard Drive, Nolino Drive, Lyanna Drive and Teal Drive.


Culvert Crew: Installed a 13” X 80’ metal pipe in driveway on Middle Warren Road and covered it with 24 yards of field dirt and 12 yards of SB2. Set Up Crew: Dug out soft spots on McDonley Road.


Truck Driver: Hauled 73.09 tons of SB2 Class 7 Base Course from Granite Mountain Quarries to Jefferson County Road Department. Grader Operator: Graded Nichols Road, Gibb Anderson Road to the County Line, Maynard Road and Archer Road.


Boom Mower: Cut grass in ditches on Ashley Road and Deep Bayou. Cut right-of-way on Louis Ramsey Road. Ditching Crew: Dug out soft spots on Providence Road. Environmental Officer: Checked county roads for illegal dumping and trashy yards.


Sept. 20


Patching Crew: Filled potholes on Wheeler Chapel Road and Ponderosa Road. Culvert Crew: Installed a 13” X 28’ Metal Pipe in driveway on Middle Warren Road and covered it with 10 yards of SB2. Cleaned out ditches on Wright Lane. Set up Crew: Set up McDonley Road to put a primer on the road. Also put a chip & seal surface on Tracy Road.


Truck Driver: Hauled 1959.763 gallons of CRS2 from Ergon Asphalt and Emulsions to Jefferson County Road Department. Grader Operator: Graded Liska Road, Nichols Road, Donna Road, Whitehead Road, Simmons Road, Minton Road, Gorman Road, Kinley Drive, Stardust Trail, Richard Alan Road, Tank Road, Fites Road, Poplin Road, Hardin Park Road, Sell Davis Road, County Line Road and Cantrell Road.


Boom Mower: Cut right-of-way on Louis Ramsey Road. Cut grass in ditches on Bitely Road, Ferda Road and off of Ashley Road. Sign Shop: Put a new Stop Sign up on Bruce Trail.


Sept. 21


Patching Crew: Filled potholes on Abernathy Road and Belmont Road. Culvert Crew: Dug out soft spots on State Farm Road and spread 20 yards of SB2 and 18 yards of B-Stone on the road.


Truck Driver: Hauled 70.80 tons of SB2 Class 7 Base Course and 16.12 tons of Class 2 Min Aggregates from Granite Mountain Quarries to Jefferson County Road Department. Hauled 2243.787 gallons of CRS2 from Ergon Asphalt and Emulsions to Tracy Road and McDonley Road.


Grader Operator: Graded Morrow Road, McIntosh Road, Ellison Road, Olloway Road. Boom Mower: Cut grass in ditches on Red Hall Road, Olloway Road and Charles Wooden Road. Cardboard is a big source of revenue for the recycling center. Businesses call to set up a pickup for cardboard at their location and it is picked up and taken to the recycling center on Gravel Pit Road where it is bailed for the source that has been contracted to recycle the cardboard.


The Jefferson County Road Department has a mechanic shop that does various mechanic jobs on the county’s heavy equipment as well as cars and trucks that belong to Jefferson County.


All logging companies and construction companies that haul heavy loads over the Jefferson County roads are required to be bonded in order to use the county roads in Jefferson County. They are required to have a copy of the bond on file with Jefferson County Road Department. If you have questions please call 870-534-7020.