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York County representatives look at several criteria in setting speed limits for its roadways, including roadway alignment, sight distance, the weighted average speed, crash history, and proposed development. Speed limits must be reasonable and ultimately enforced by local law enforcement. The County has also established a speed table (bump) program.
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If the storm drain is located on private property, you will need to speak to Environmental Compliance at 803-909-7250. If it is located on County property, please call York County Public Works Water & Sewer at 803-628-3211. If the storm drain is on a state road, please call SCDOT at 803-327-6186.
To report a pothole on a county-maintained road, please fill out the Request for Road Service form at the Public Works webpage. You can also
contact York County Public Works Road Maintenance at 803-628-3200. However, if it is on a state-maintained road, call SCDOT at 803-327-6186.
Through four separate Capital Sales and Use Tax Referenda in 1997, 2003, 2011 and 2017, York County has improved and widened a number of roadways, with more projects planned. For more information, please contact our office at 803-818-5763 or visit our program website at http://www.penniesforprogress.net .
York County requires developers to construct sidewalks in new residential and commercial developments. York County does not have a program for the installation of sidewalks along existing county maintained roadways.
York County receives paving and resurfacing requests, and utilizes an evaluation system which considers the condition of the road, the length of the road, the amount of traffic using the road, and the amount of maintenance required throughout the previous years, and other factors. To submit a paving or resurfacing request, please utilize our Paving Request Form.