The Office of Maintenance leads and supports highway maintenance activities throughout the State by developing and implementing programs to ensure efficient, effective and consistent maintenance of Oregon's transportation infrastructure.
The Office of Maintenance works with ODOT's Regions and Districts to provide expertise in forestry, vegetation management, utility permits, emergency management, field services, training, clean water, salmon recovery and directly administers the Snowmobile, Sno-Park, Adopt-A-Highway and Youth Litter Patrol programs.
There are 14 Maintenance Districts across the state. Each District is responsible for the day to day maintenance and operation of the state highways in their geographic area. To ask a question or report a concern on a specific section of highway contact the local District office.