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Road Improvement Projects
Pennies for Progress
Pennies for Progress is the name of the York County Capital Projects Sales and Use Tax Program. The Pennies for Progress Program was initiated by York County to provide residents with a safer and more efficient roadway system.
Most resurfacing of county roads is funded by one of two programs, C-Funds and the Critical Needs Program. To see if your road is scheduled for resurfacing, please see an updated list here Road Resurfacing Road Resurfacing. Roads are listed in alphabetical order.
The C-Fund Program is a long established partnership between the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT) and the forty-six counties in the state. This program assists in funding improvements of state roads, county roads, city streets, and other local transportation projects.
Critical Needs Program
The Critical Needs Program was established by the County Council to address the improvement and preservation of our county maintained paved roads. It is funded through the General Fund.
Project Updates: Pennies for Progress & Resurfacing Projects
Pennies for Progress Quarterly Report to Council - June 2022
York County Transportation Strategic Plan - Second Quarter 2018
To report a pothole or to schedule a road repair on a county-maintained road, please fill out the Request for Road Service form at the Public Works webpage.
Do I live on a county-maintained road?
Street signs identify who is responsible for maintenance. See the caption below each image. County roads have green signs with small letters in the lower right-hand corner.
If there is a black sign beginning with ’S-46,’ alongside a green sign, it is an SCDOT-maintained road, not a York County road. You can submit a pothole repair request to the SCDOT here Version OptionsRoad Improvement ProjectsHeadline.
Blue signs always indicate that the road is PRIVATELY maintained.
If you prefer, please visit York County’s Road Information page. Type in the street name ONLY (without ’St’, ’Rd’, etc. after it), and click the ’Report’ button on the next page. The street owner, plus contact information, is listed there.