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Village of Cohocton
Travel Advisory - NYSDOT Bridge Repair The bridge located at State Route 415 between Allen Street and Wilcox Street is going to be repaired. The traffic lights will be turned on the first week of May and construction is expected to begin on/around May 14th. The road will be narrowed to one lane during this time. The travel lane is subject to an 11- foot travel width restriction. Work is expected to be complete by the end of November 2022. Motorists should anticipate travel delays and build extra travel time into their schedule.
Travel Advisory - NYSDOT Periodic Paving Approximately seven miles of pavement along State Route 415 between River Street in the Town of Avoca and Mill Street in the Town of Cohocton will be repaired in separate phase over the coming weeks. Traffic will be maintained during the hours of 6am to 7pm using alternating single-lane closures and on-site flagging personnel. Motorists are urged to slow down and drive responsibly in work zones.
Brush pick up Please DO bring your brush to the curb. It will be picked up daily or as needed. You can also bring your brush and drop it off in the designated area at the Village barn at any time during the month. Please be mindful to cut brush to lengths manageable to be loaded in the truck by one person. Also, keep brush piles separate from other lawn clippings and debris.
Leaf pick up will occur as needed, weather permitting. Leaves must be raked to the edge of the street and be free of garbage, stones, sticks and animal debris. If you live on Park Avenue and Wheeler Street, please rake your leaves past the ditch.
Frequently requested phone numbers:
Maintenance Supervisor - 585-448-2073
Village Code Enforcement Officer - 607-542-2175
Town Clerk- 585-534-5100 ext 3
Assessor’s Office - 585-534-5100
Town Supervisor - 585-534-5100
Dog Warden, Deb Matthews - 585-384-9501
Cohocton Police (non emergency #) - 585-534-5100
Town Highway - 585-384-5290
Village Court - 585-534-5100
VILLAGE BULLETIN BOARD
The Village Board meets the third Wednesday of the Month at 7:00 pm
at the Village Office, 17 South Main Street, Cohocton NY
Cohocton is a village located in Steuben County, New York. The population was 838 at the 2010 census. The name is derived from an Iroquois phrase for "log in the water." The village was once known as "Liberty," but changed it name to Cohocton when it was incorporated
as a village in 1891.
Office hours Mon - Fri 9:00 am to 3:00 pm