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Road Department
The Road Department is responsible for: 
  • Maintaining county roadways
  • Overseeing and performing road improvements
  • Providing snow removal
  • Maintaining water and sewer lines, county parks and parking lots, and vehicles for county departments

High country roads are subject to closure at any time, without notice.  Please be prepared for emergency conditions, carry chains and emergency supplies. 

Current Road Conditions
Alpine County Road Conditions as of February 14, 2018
  • This information is updated as changes occur.

County Roads 
  • Blue Lakes
  • Burnside Lake
  • Forestdale
  • Highland Lakes 
  • Indian Creek Road / Poor Boy
  • Loope Canyon (Indefinitely)
  • Pleasant Valley
  • Schneider Cow Camp
  • Silver Hill (Indefinitely)
  • Wolf Creek (Indefinitely)
  • Woods Lake

Severe winter storms in 2017 damaged some roads.  South of Markleeville, Loope Canyon Road and Wolf Creek Road sustained significant damage.  These two roads will remain closed indefinitely.  Alpine County is working with federal and state partners to secure funding to enable repairs.  Silver Hill Road  was closed indefinitely due to damage from the 2015 Washington Fire.

For Alpine County Road Conditions, call 530-694-2140, press option 2.

For California Road Conditions, call 800-427-7623 or 916-445-7623.

For Nevada Road Conditions, call 511 or 877-NV-ROADS.

For information on the seasonal closure of Forestdale Road to motorized vehicles contact Carson Ranger District at 775-882-2766.

Roads Maintenance Truck

Community Development
50 Diamond Valley Road
Markleeville, CA 96120
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Ph: 530-694-2140
Fx: 530-694-2149