The Highway Department consists of the Highway Superintendent and Deputy Highway superintendent along with a crew of 20 people. The office is located at 70 Delphine St. Owego, New York.

Summer Hours: Apr.-Oct. Monday – Thursday: 6:00AM to 4:30PM

Winter Hours: Nov.-Feb. Monday – Friday: 7:00AM to 3:30PM

Phone: (607) 223-1296

Fax: (607) 687-3494

Highway Superintendent: Mike Roberts

Deputy Highway Superintendent: Henry Hines

Emergency Plan

  • During non-business hours or in case of an emergency please contact the Tioga County Sheriff’s Department at (607) 687-1010 

  • The Town of Owego Highway Department will begin their summer hours on April 5, 2021 and continue through October 7, 2021. The office will be open Monday through Thursday from 6:00 am – 4:30pm and is closed on Friday.


If your mailbox is damaged by a Town of Owego Highway Department vehicle and/or piece of equipment, it is the policy of the Town of Owego to reimburse a homeowner up to $30.00 for any damages to their mailbox. If your mailbox has been damaged, you will need to submit a voucher form Voucher (PDF) along with a receipt showing the repairs and/or replacement of your mailbox. Write your name and address beside “Issued to”, sign and date the voucher next to the FOB; then return the voucher and receipt to the Town of Owego Highway Department, 70 Delphine Street, Owego, NY 13827


To report a light out or a flickering light, please contact the Town of Owego at (607) 972-6077.


Should you see a dead deer along the road, please contact our office and we will make arrangements to dispose of it. We do not dispose of other animals.

Driveway Permits

The Highway Department installs and maintains driveway pipes.  In order to have a driveway pipe installed, you will need to obtain a driveway permit.  Please contact our office to obtain the permit.  The fee is $25.00.  The permittee must purchase the pipe and make arrangements to have it delivered to the driveway site.  Once the pipe is delivered, the Highway Department will make the necessary arrangements to install it.  These arrangements include contacting Dig Safely New York to make certain there are no underground cables at the dig site.  Once we receive clearance, we can safely install the pipe.