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How wide should gravel roads be in Douglas County?

In Douglas County, a typical gravel road width standard is 24 feet. The width can vary depending on the road’s volume and classification. Local, low-volume roads can be less than 24 feet. According to Douglas County Public Works, gravel roads that have been reconstructed meet the width standard. Older roads that have not been updated may not.

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