The maintenance department is responsible for 410.36 miles of road, which consists of:

  • 14.93 miles of County State Aid Highway (CSAH) Municipal Roads (typically a one or two digit road number within a municipality)
  • 152.98 miles of County Roads (typically a three digit road number)
  • 242.45 miles of County State Aid Highway (CSAH) Regular Roads (typically a one or two digit road number)
  • The main shop is located in Milaca, with outlying shops in Wahkon and Princeton.


The maintenance crew is responsible for:

  • Blading
  • Crack sealing
  • Dead animal removal
  • Graveling
  • Mowing
  • Roadway striping
  • Shouldering
  • Sign maintenance
  • Small culvert replacement
  • Snowplowing
  • Storm cleanup
  • etc.

Work Zones

County crews and construction crews are out in force working on roads within the County. Please use caution and pay attention.

Stay Safe in Work Zones

  • Work zones are wherever you see workers, flaggers and surveyors in bright yellow-green or orange vests.
  • Work zones are also marked with orange cones or barrels, concrete barriers, traffic control devices or moving vehicles with flashers.
  • Work zones operate day and night, anywhere you travel.

Pay Attention

  • Be patient and expect delays, especially during peak travel times
  • Don't make unnecessary lane changes
  • Drivers speeding and not paying attention are the main causes of work zone crashes.
  • Expect work zones to constantly change. Day to day, you could experience lane shifts, closures or moving workers and vehicles.
  • Never enter a road blocked with barriers or cones
  • Obey posted speed limits as fines may double for violations in work zones.
  • Stay alert!
  • Stay off cell phones and mobile devices