BIG STONE COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT

County Engineer:

Nick Anderson


Maintenance Supervisor:

Darwin Karsky

       437 Minnesota Street North, P.O Box 98

                        Ortonville, MN 56278

  Phone:  (320) 839-2594           Fax:  (320) 839-3747


                             OFFICE HOURS: 

        Winter    - Mon - Fri       7:30 am - 4:00 pm

        Summer - Mon -Thurs  7:00 am - 5:30 pm

 
 

The Big Stone County Highway Department is responsible for the construction and maintenance of the county roads and bridges. Programming of road and bridge construction includes project scheduling, surveys, design, right-of-way acquisition, and contract administration. The Department is responsible for completing annual bridge safety inspection of all bridges on or over public roadways, except those bridges on or over State highways.


Routine county highway maintenance includes road repair, grading, drainage, signing, snow removal, ice control, and minor road improvements. Budgeting and accounting of all construction and maintenance is accomplished and reported annually.

 

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GRAVEL ROAD MAINTENANCE

Minnesota’s Local Road Research Board produced a very informative video on why gravel roads are important and answered some common questions surrounding good gravel road maintenance.    SHORT VIDEO: ANSWERS ON GRAVEL ROAD CARE


ADA Transition within Public Right-of-Way


     

DEPARTMENT PROJECTS LINK

Contractor & Bidder Information

Big Stone County is required, under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to perform a self-evaluation of its current transportation infrastructure polices, practices, and programs.  Big Stone County’s ADA Transition Plan can be viewed at the following link:  BSC ADA TRANSITION PLAN  Comments and/or suggestions on the ADA Transition Plan are welcome and encouraged. 

OUR MISSION

To construct and maintain a system of highways and bridges, facilitating the safe and efficient movement of people and goods throughout the county.  We honor our mission with residents as well as visitors in mind.