Why do these roads have pot holes, cracks and a rough ride?
A road is a structure that needs maintenance and repair. In our climate, water damage, freeze / thaw cycles and frost cause damage to the road surface in the form of cracks, broken pavement, and rough rides. Cortland County uses new materials and techniques of road reconstruction and surfacing to prolong the life of roads and bridges, and tries to perform maintenance more frequently to avoid costly replacement.

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1. How do I reserve a pavilion at Dwyer Park?
2. How do you decide which projects to undertake?
3. What is the Highway Department's responsibilities for a dead animal in the road?
4. Why are you cutting down the trees on the side of the road/edge of my lawn?
5. Why do these roads have pot holes, cracks and a rough ride?
6. What is the Right-Of- Way on County Roads?
7. Do I need a permit to install a driveway on a County Road?
8. What time does Dwyer Park open?
9. Where can I find a Section 136 Permit application?
10. What time does the pool open at Dwyer Park?
11. Is there electric at the pavilions at Dwyer Park?
12. Can you swim in the Lake at Dwyer Park?
13. How do I rent the Main Pavilion at Dwyer Park?