CORTLAND COUNTY HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT

COUNTY HIGHWAY GARAGE

4267 TRACTION DRIVE

CORTLAND, NY 13045

607-753-9377

607-756-8852 Fax

 

Philip T. Krey, P.E. - Superintendent of Highways

Robert  J. Buerkle, P.E. - Deputy Superintendent of Highways

 

Current Solicitations:

METAL OBJECT REMOVAL BID

Bid Results:

Dutch Hill Rd. Bridge Rehabilitation Bid Results

Tires Retread/Recapped Bid Results

Handling, Transportation, and Safe Disposal of Household Hazardous Waste Bid Results

YOUNGS CROSSING LARGE CULVERT REPLACEMENT BID RESULTS

E. KEENEY ROAD BRIDGE REHABILITATION BID RESULTS

2014 MATERIAL AND SERVICE BID RESULTS

DESIGN, SUPPLY, & INSTALL PRECAST BOX CULVERT BID RESULTS

Highway Building HB-1 ACM Mitigation Bid Results

Cortland Co Landfill Stage 2 Closure Bid Results

2013 MATERIAL AND SERVICE BIDS COMPARISONS

Previous Solicitations:

Dutch Hill Road Bridge Rehabilitation

Addendum No.1 to Dutch Hill Road Bridge Rehabilitation Bid

TIRES RETREAD/RECAPPED

Handling, Transportation, and Safe Disposal of Household Hazardous Waste Bid

Fleet Leasing Services

YOUNGS CROSSING LARGE CULVERT REPLACEMENT BID

ADDENDUM NO. 1- YOUNGS CROSSING LARGE CULVERT REPLACEMENT BID

E. KEENEY ROAD BRIDGE REHABILITATION BID

CORRUGATED POLYETHYLENE PIPE AND COUPLINGS BID

2014 MATERIALS AND SERVICE BIDS

ADDENDUM NO. 1 - 2014 MATERIAL AND SERVICE BIDS

DESIGN, SUPPLY & INSTALL PRECAST BOX CULVERT BID

COUNTY HIGHWAY BUILDING HB-1 ACM MITIGATION

ADDENDUM NO. 1 TO BID DOCUMENTS FOR COUNTY HIGHWAY BUILDING HB-1 ACM MITIGATION

CORTLAND COUNTY LANDFILL STAGE 2 CLOSURE BID

Click HERE for Plan Holders List for the CORTLAND COUNTY LANDFILL STAGE 2 CLOSURE BID

The Cortland County Highway Department, a full-service agency,

is responsible for:

 

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Roads: All aspects of design, construction and maintenance in the 247 mile county road system. An additional 110 miles of state roads are maintained in the winter.

Road Construction Schedule

Road Data

Winter Season FAQS

Summertime FAQS

 

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Bridges: Oversees construction, maintenance and repair of 60 bridges on county, town and village roads.

        10 - YEAR HIGHWAY CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

 
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Airport: Oversees operations at Chase Field Airport on Route 222, one mile W of the city of Cortland. This general aviation airport offers 35  T hangars, 3 main hangers and 30 tie downs on asphalt available.

Cortland County Airport - Chase Field Information

Airport History

Cortland County Airport Weather Conditions (METAR)

Weather History Log

Runway 6-24 Obstruction Mitigation Project

FAA 20 - YEAR AIRPORT MASTER PLAN

FAA APPROVED ALP WITH SIGNATURES

FAA MASTER AGREEMENT - GRANTS

 

Dwyer Memorial Park: Located at the north end of Little York Lake, this 55-acre park offers picnicking facilities from April through September. Three shelters are available on a first-come, first-serve basis   A softball field, horseshoe pits, boating facilities and children's play areas combine with nature trails for recreation and relaxation. The Cortland Antique Auto Show is a perennial favorite. The pavilion offers facilities for weddings, clambakes and social gatherings. Telephone the Highway Department @ 607-753-9377 for reservations. 

 

Fireworks are scheduled each year for July 3rd , call 607-756-2814 for rain date.  The parking fee on the parks grounds for the day is $5.00

In the upper story of the pavilion is found the Cortland Repertory Theater, performing fine theater from June through August (Box Office 607-753-6161).

Dwyer Park History

Cortland County Highway performs a large share of work in-house, including surveying, engineering road and bridge reconstruction, patching, signing, striping, ditching, cutting trees and brush, grading, roadside mowing, guide rail installation, stone crushing and screening.

Work by contract includes in-place recycling, paving, base stabilization, asphalt milling, trenched underdrain and all federally-funded road and bridge projects.

Cortland County Highway Department employs 63 full-time employees, which includes administrative, clerical, engineering, motor equipment operators, laborers, machinery shop, maintenance and repair shop, sign shop, and carpenter shop. Part-time employees and seasonal aides number 22.

A carpool consisting of 86 cars and pick-up trucks is maintained to supply agencies such as the Department of Social Services, Nursing Division, Probation Department, Landfill and Buildings and Grounds with vehicles for job-related duties.

The county highway engineering department prepares county road and bridge construction plan. They also provide information on right-of-way, mapping and negotiations with homeowners. Upon request, the department provides engineering advice and assistance to the fifteen town and three village highway departments within the county. The engineering department is charged with administering the locally administered Federal Aid Program for roads and bridges. The engineering department also inspects the highway facilities and maintains all engineering-related data and records such as road surface scores, culvert conditions, bridge records, right-of-way maps and deeds, roadside hazards, guide rail, road striping data and permits.

Businesses or residences requesting roadway access or driveway access onto a county highway must call the county highway department for an access approval.

Permit Information

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Date last updated 09/10/2014