The Kent County Road Commission (KCRC) joins the Fallasburg Historical Society this weekend at the Fallasburg Arts Festival to celebrate the sesquicentennial of the Fallasburg Covered Bridge.
Here's how to safely navigate intersections with high vegetation and what you can do to help along your property.
Local public works and road agencies are sending their “fleets through the streets” in celebration of National Public Works Week, running May 16 - 22.
Third-grade artists now have until Wednesday, May 12 to submit a caution-sign entry for the Work Zone Safety Poster Contest.
Local road agencies will lift seasonal speed and weight restrictions beginning Wednesday, March 24 at 6 a.m.
Beginning Monday, March 1at 6 a.m., Seasonal Weight and Speed Restrictions will be enforced by KCRC and other local road agencies.
Should an agency be compromised by COVID-19, neighboring agencies would assist during storm response efforts to ensure that the region’s main transportation arteries -- the highest volume, highest speed roads -- are cleared first.
The Kent County Road Commission recently completed a draft of the organization’s 2021 strategic plan and is seeking public feedback via a short online survey.
KCRC has developed a low-cost, low-impact repair technique for the organization’s steel culverts with deteriorated flow lines that can extend the life of the culvert for 25 years or more.
The award-winning sander system redesign is fabricated at KCRC and allows for more even and efficient chemical distribution from snowplow trucks.
KCRC has reached out to candidates and election parties to remind them of criteria that must be followed when placing signs in the county road right-of-way.
The Kent County Road Commission has brought its coloring book online to provide an additional resource for families seeking a stay-at-home activity for children that is fun and educational.