for a better connected community
The Revive Klondike project is a three-phase road improvement project on the 1.5-mile stretch of Klondike Road connecting Lindberg Road to US-52/231. The project will improve traffic flow, increase safety and enhance drainage systems for area residents, pedestrians and commuters.
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Policy for Unauthorized Placement of Private Signs
within the Public Rights-of-Way
Tippecanoe County Highway Department strives to build and maintain our
roadway infrastructure such that the transporting of people, goods,
and services is comfortable, efficient, and safe.
We will continue to work to improve transportation infrastructure
for the citizens of Tippecanoe County.
The Tippecanoe County Highway Department is responsible for all
roads, bridges, and roadway drainage systems within the unincorporated
areas of Tippecanoe County, which are not state highways and which
are not within the corporate limits of a city or town, or located in Union Township. However, the Highway Department is responsible for the roadway bridges
within Union Township Tippecanoe County has thirteen townships with
over 871 miles of roadway, 2009 bridges, and over 2,000 culverts to maintain.
The department is responsible for maintaining the south and east county line roads.