The Ha Tinh newspaper reported members of a Facebook fan page for magazine Quang Do, or Red Scarf, raised about $1,500 to build a road in Yen Hoi, in the flood-damaged Vu Quang district, to help farmers reach their paddy fields, Tuoi Tre News reported Wednesday.
Ha Tinh said it was unclear who put up a road sign dubbing the street Facebook.
Nguyen The Tien, deputy chairman of Huong Tho commune's People's Committee, said he was aware of the group's efforts to help flood victims, but he did not know of a road named Facebook.
"They donated money to local people to fix a road. We did not hear about a street named Facebook. I don't even know what Facebook is," Tien told the Dan Tri newswire.
Ha Van Trong, chairman of Vu Quang district's People's Committee, said Facebook would not be the street's official name, despite the sign.
"I've yet to be told about this matter. In line with current regulations, a name of a street is valid only if it is approved by local authorities," he said.
Duggar sisters unveil Christian dating rules in new book
McPhee, Cokas 'working on their marriage' after affair