The Holmes County commission took action to reduce the confusion over the grading of roads.
The board unanimously de-certified its road maintenance map.
Several officials say it has led to controversy over what constituted a public, and a privately-owned road.
With pending lawsuits, the board will follow Florida statute on what constitutes a county highway.
Holmes County commission chairman, Raymon Thomas, says a 911 map is all that's needed for county employees to know if they are working on private or public road.
"A few years ago, Florida legislature enacted a law that defined it this way for several years to prove that the road was built by the county in order for it to be a county road," said Thomas.
There are 7,000 miles of dirt roads in Holmes County.