Report a Road Concern

For problems that require immediate response, please call (564) 397-2446.

For issues that don’t require immediate attention, such as a pothole or vegetation issue, filling out an online maintenance request is an excellent way to report a road or park concern.

For more pressing problems, please call (564) 397-2446. County staff tends to be extremely busy during storms and may not have time to regularly check online submissions, so a phone call is the best way to report a problem that needs immediate attention.

County staff typically receives these electronic maintenance requests from 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding holidays.

For urgent issues after hours or on weekends and holidays, please call (564) 397-2446 to reach an answering service, which can dispatch a county crew if necessary.

To report off-leash or aggressive dogs in county parks, call Clark County Animal Control, (564) 397-2488, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. For animal issues outside of business hours, call 311.

NOTE: This is to report a road concern in Clark County in Washington state.

  • If you are not sure if the location you are reporting is in unincorporated Clark County, you can look up property information online.

Important tips:

  • Clark County will accept anonymous complaints. However, if we are unable to find the concern and you do not provide contact information, your complaint will be closed without further action.   
  • Public Works does not release reporting party information unless required to do so through an official public records request. See important disclosure information at the end of the form.

For life-threatening emergencies, always call 911 immediately.

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Important disclosure information:

Clark County may be required to release your name and/or information submitted in this complaint pursuant to Public Disclosure (RCW 42.56) and/or pursuant to court order. This means that anyone can request the release of documents containing your name and contact information through an official Public Records Request.

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