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Who maintains the Town's right-of-way?
The Public Works Department oversees the public right of way. Per Town ordinance, most landscaping in the right of way (including tree’s) is the responsibility of the property owner whose property adjoins the area.

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1. Who provides my sewer service?
2. Who maintains the Town's right-of-way?
3. Where is the right-of-way for my property?
4. Who owns the right-of-way?
5. What if there are improvements in the right-of-way? Who is responsible for those? Trees? Landscaping? Driveways?
6. Who trims the trees in the right-of-way?
7. Who do I call about a pothole?
8. Who do I call about striping?
9. A contractor has damaged the roadway (paint, divit, pavement, etc.) - who do I call?
10. How many street miles are there in Town?
11. When does the street sweeper come?
12. Can I park on the street?
13. I need to dig in the street or right-of-way. Who do I call?
14. Are all the streets in Town public? If not, where are the private streets? What’s the difference?
15. Roadway Bicycle Markings (or "Sharrows") are popping up around Town...what's the deal?