DOT asks for signage, weed control from county
Road signs are meant to explain in the simplest terms. The red, octagon sign simply means “Stop.” The red and white triangle sign means “Yield.” Orange signs usually mean construction is coming up. A sign declaring whether a road is county or state property, will help out the drivers wanting to know who to call.
North Dakota Department of Transportation representative Clay Starck asked county commissioners if signs could be installed at intersections of state and county roads so the public would know which government entity is responsible for the road at the March 7 Oliver County Commission meeting.