By appointment only.
8354 U.S. Route 20, Manlius, NY 13104
The Highway Department is a dedicated team that provides snow removal, sweeping, and resurfacing of Pompey’s 65-plus miles of Town roads and 30 miles of County roads. The Highway Department also maintains town-wide drainage and infrastructure and provides care for abandoned cemeteries.
The Town Highway Garage stores vehicles and equipment for convenient on-site maintenance and repairs.
During the summer if town road crews are working on roads in your neighborhood, please try not to park your car on the side of the road between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. We will make every effort to do our job with as little disruption to your daily schedule as possible. At no time will emergency vehicles be cut off from your home, or will you be prevented from accessing your home.
Sometimes during the summer months, we may experience heavy downpours. To facilitate proper drainage, always keep all debris including garbage, grass, twigs, and leaves away from the storm drain. Please do not pile yard debris on or near a storm drain. In addition to your vigilant maintenance, we also send crews out to make sure that your storm drain is properly maintained to help facilitate proper drainage in your area.
While crews are working, please remember equipment can be large, noisy, and sometimes has obstructed views. Your Town highway workers are our neighbors, friends, and family. Please respect them—slow down, be patient, and give them as much room to work as possible.
Brush and tree parts removed from properties in the Town of Pompey may be brought to the Highway Department Monday–Thursday, 7 a.m.–4 p.m. There is no charge to Town of Pompey residents for this service. If you cannot get here during these hours, OCCRA will be happy to accept your yard waste at a small fee. In return for this fee, they will provide you with mulch or compost. Visit OCRRA.org for more information.
Dead Animals and Debris
We will remove dead deer and debris on Town roads only. For dead animals on a State or County Road, please call the Onondaga County Department of Transportation: 315.435.3400.
If you suspect your mailbox has been damaged by a town snowplow, please contact our office: 315.682.9544.