My mailbox was damaged by a snowplow, how do I get it fixed?
Damage to mailboxes by either a snow plow or the force of snow being thrown from the plow is an unintentional and unfortunate consequence of snow removal. There is no statutory or legal authority which grants a property owner or resident any right to place a mailbox within the Right-Of-Way; mailboxes are allowed in the highway Right-of-Way as a courtesy to the postal service. Maintenance of mailboxes is therefore the responsibility of the postal customer.

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2. How do I report a concern about a road or bridge?
3. How do I get a driveway installed or modified?
4. How do I get the roadkill removed from in front of my house?
5. How long is my road going to be torn up?
6. How do I do work within the Right-of-Way?
7. How can I tell if I live on a county road?
8. How do I obtain a special hauling or divisible load permit?
9. How do I get the firewood from nearby tree crew operation?
10. My mailbox was damaged by a snowplow, how do I get it fixed?
11. How do I do business with the Highway Department?
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