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Road Closures

Road Closures in Cattaraugus County, New York

County Road 86-1, Town of Ashford

The Cattaraugus County Department of Public Works will be closing County Road No.  86-1, also known as Thornwood Drive, in the Town of Ashford, between Route 240 (County Road 32) and Fox Valley Road beginning on October 14th, 2021 and ending on October 15th, 2021.  The closure is for cross culvert work.  An off-site detour will be posted for vehicular traffic.  View County Road 86-1 on Google Maps.


County Road No. 74, Town of Ischua

The Cattaraugus County Department of Public Works will be closing County Road No. 74, also known as Gile Hollow Road, in the Town of Ischua on the following dates:

The closures are for the replacement of cross culverts.  An off-site detour will be posted for vehicular traffic.


Leon Bridge #8 over Mud Creek, County Road 6, Leon New Albion Road, Town of Leon

The Cattaraugus County Department of Public Works will be closing Leon Bridge #8 over Mud Creek, County Road No. 6, Leon New Albion Road, in the Town of Leon, between Kysor Hill Road and Bailey Hill Road beginning on June 1st, 2021 and ending on October 29th, 2021.  The closure is to replace the bridge.  An off-site detour will be posted for vehicular traffic.  View Leon Bridge #8 on Google Maps.


Waverly Street bridge in Cattaraugus

The Village of Cattaraugus has closed the Waverly Street bridge between South Street and Ellicott Street in Cattaraugus indefinitely.  There is no marked detour.  Motorists will need to go around the block to avoid the closure. View Waverly Street Bridge on Google Maps


Dayton Culvert No. 25, County Road No. 2 (Cottage Road)

The Cattaraugus County Department of Public Works has closed the shoulders of Dayton Culvert No. 25, located on County Road No. 2 (Cottage Road) approximately 0.25 miles west of Edward Corners Road intersection indefinitely.  View County Road No. 2 on Google Maps


Questions about Road Closures

If you have questions about road closures in Cattaraugus County then please contact the Department of Public Works