Road Department



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Marion County Road Department
P.O. Box 545
Yellville, AR 72687

Downloadable REQUEST FOR ROAD WORK form


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The Road Department works 4-10 hour days, Monday through Thursday from 7:00AM-5:30PM.

P.O. Box 545
Yellville, AR 72687

Number to call Monday-Thursday, 7:00. a.m. to 5:30 p.m. 870-449-6021.

Number to call on Friday's 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. is 870-449-6231.



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County Services Offered


To request road work please call (870) 449-6021. Or download the form, fill it out and mail it to PO Box 545 Yellville, AR 72687 or email it to

The Marion County Quarry does NOT sell gravel to the public.  By state laws we are not allowed to do so.  The county does donate to schools and churches, and gravel is sold to the cities in Marion County.


You may not think it can happen to you but if you get caught stealing a street sign you will get charged with theft of property. This offense is a Class A misdemeanor, which can put you in county jail for up to one year and/or a fine up to $2,500.

In most cases, sign theft is a misdemeanor, and the penalty is a fine and potentially up to a year in jail. But if you steal lots of signs, that can cross the line into felony theft that will put you in state prison for up to 6 years, as well as leaving you paying fines and restitution.

A sign cost between $30-$124 (depending on the type of signage). But the cost of the labor and reinstalling the post and anchor make signs more expensive.

Of course, sign theft can compound into other problems. Steal an electric fence warning sign, and someone can get electrocuted. Steal a street sign, and emergency services workers can get lost, putting lives and property at risk. And if someone gets hurt because of the sign theft, the thief can be sued or even criminally prosecuted for the consequences.

Property owners can also have problems caused by sign theft. By law, property owners are required to warn their guests of hidden hazards on their properties, and failure to warn can lead to a lawsuit.


Sign theft also negatively affects taxpayers, who must foot the bill for replacing signs - often at more than the initial cost. It can cost over $500 to buy and reinstall a simple sign!


SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING - - YOU MAY BE SAVING A LIFE!  If you see someone stealing signs in the city or county please contact the local or county law enforcement agency.  You will also need to report the theft or missing signage to the city or county depending on location of signs placement.

Job Opening



Coordinate the day to day operations of the Marion County Quarry

  • Responsible for the maintenance and operation of the quarry equipment and supervising the other quarry employee workers.
  • Keep adequate supply of crushed rock available for the use in Marion County Road maintenance
  • Keep and file required records

General Responsibilities:

  • High school diploma/GED
  • MSHA Certification
  • CPR certified
  • Know and understand the quarry equipment including but not limited to:
  • Turex Truck
  • Rock Crusher
  • Loader
  • Understand how to clean the screens on the crusher.
  • Valid Drivers License
  • Make sure all books are updated daily for MSHA.
  • Corresponds daily with the Road Foreman's as to what material is going to be needed for upcoming projects.
  • All equipment should be on a maintenance schedule
  • Keeping accurate records for hours of each employee and turned in to the County Judges Office on day due.


At times may be ask to work other areas of the Road Department if the quarry is shut down for any reason. 

Must be able to maintain all records required by the Marion County Judge and MSHA.  Be aware of all regulations and make sure all employees are aware of the MSHA requirements and records.

In order to apply for this position, you must have MSHA Certification. 

Starting salary is based on experience.  With a Maximum salary of $18.50

Insurance offered after 60 days of employment. 

12 paid holidays a year

Retirement with APERS

One week's paid vacation after 1 year and 2 weeks after two years.  Increases after 8 years.

Beginning date is September 1,2020. 

Applications will be Accepted until 4:30 August 15,2020 at the Marion County Judges Office

Downloadable Job Description.

Downloadable Employment Application.

Contact Information:

Bobby Holt, Road Foreman-North
Tony Struckle, Road Foreman-South