Jefferson County Road Department and Recycling Report


The roads that were repaired by the Jefferson County Road Department were as follows:

March 21

• Patching Crew: Filled potholes on Cantrell Road, Quattlebaum Road with cold mix.

• Truck Drivers: Hauled 40 yards of SB2 to Bayou Meto Recreational Road and Hannaberry Lake Road and 15 yards of SB2 to Wampler Spur Road and Bruce Trail. Hauled two loads of SB2 to Jefferson County Road Department.

• Grader Operators: Graded Bayou Meto Recreational Road and Hannaberry Lake Road and spread 40 yards of SB2 on the roads. Graded Bruce Trail and Wampler Spur Road and spread 15 yards of SB2 on the roads. Graded Stedham Road and put two two loads of SB2 on the road. Graded German Springs Road and spread one load of SB2 on the road. Graded Fallis Lake Road, Whiteaker Road and Milner Road. Dug out soft spots on Kingswood Estates Road and spread 15 yards of SB2 on the road.

March 24

• Patching Crew: Filled potholes on Wilderness Road and Dogwood Road with cold mix.

• Culvert Crew: Installed a cross drain pipe on Jacks Road and covered it with 10 yards of SB2.

• Truck Drivers: Hauled 10 yards of SB2 from Little Rock to Jacks Road to spread on the road.

• Grader Operators: Graded Acorn Road, Bayou Meto Recreational Road, Rebel Road and Scoggins Road.

• Boom Mower Crew: Cut right of way on North McKinney Road. Cleaned under the bridges on Claud Road, East Baldwin Road and Wolfe Road.

• Sign Shop: Put a road sign up on Whiteville Road, Mitchell Road, South McKinney Road and put a stop sign up on Gray Road.

• Environmental Officer: Worked with Jefferson County resident to get trashy yard cleaned up.

March 25

• Patching Crew: Filled potholes on Dogwood Road, Redbud Road, Oates Road and Ferda Road with cold mix.

• Culvert Crew & Heavy Equipment Operators: Replaced a 36-foot by 30-foot cross drain pipe on Olloway Road and used 30 yards of SB2 to cover it up.

• Truck Drivers: Hauled a load of SB2 from the Jefferson County Road Department to Fites Road. Hauled 30 yards of SB2 to Olloway Road and covered pipe.

• Grader Operators: Graded Reydell Road, Wrape Road, Nichols Road, Donna Road, Whitehead Road, Simmons Road, Gorman Road, Milton Road, Hardin Park, Poplin Road, Tank Road, Richard Alan Road, Stone Road and Wayne Drive. Graded Olloway Road and spread one load of SB2 on the road. Graded Fites Road and spread one load of SB2 on the road. Graded Reydell Road and spread 15 yards of SB2 on the road.

• Boom Mower Crew: Cleaned under the bridges on Stagecoach Road and White Hall Road and removed a log from under the bridge on Gravel Pit Road.

• Sign Shop: Made six signs to donate to White Hall Softball League. Made sign for the new recycling center. Checked signs off of Highway 270 and reported a stop sign down to the Arkansas State Highway Department.

March 26

• Patching Crew: Filled potholes on Ferda Road with cold mix.

• Culvert Crew: Installed a 21-foot by 30-foot steel culvert for customer and covered it with 15 yards of SB2.

• Truck Drivers: Hauled SB2 from the road department to Laura Lane.

• Grader Operators: Graded Kotchel Road, Florene Road and Jacob Road.

• Boom Mower Crew: Cleaned under the bridges on German Springs Road, Ashley Road, Hardin Reed Road and Princeton Pike and cut right of way on Earl Chadick.

March 27

• Patching Crew: Filled potholes on Providence Road with cold mix.

• Truck Drivers: Hauled 15 yards of SB2 from Little Rock to Reydell Road to be spread on the road and hauled 24 yards of SB2 to Bayou Meto Recreational Road.

• Grader Crew: Graded Bayou Meto Recreational Road and spread 24 yards of SB2 on the road.

• Boom Mower Crew: Cut right of way on Trulock Bay Road.

Jefferson County Recycling Report

• Jefferson County brought in 10 tire boxes, five cardboard boxes, and two trash boxes.

• Brought in three trash trailers. Sent three trash trailers out.

• Jefferson County brought in 45.42 tons of tires. Get Rid of It/Waste Management brought in 11.8 tons of tires.

• Continued work on the electrical system being installed at the new recycling facility. placed small office space within the building; met with code inspectors and fire marshals that identified a couple of small needs including lighted exit signs and placement of fire extinguishers; removed trees to clear entrances and exits.

• Continued progress on the Coroner’s Office.

• Had pre-bid workshop at Sulphur Springs Park for grant funded improvements.