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05/17/2022 - 09:16
Mill Street Closure - Town of Dryden

The Tompkins County Highway Department has shifted the closure dates for Mill Street, between West Dryden Road and Upper Creek Road in the Town of Dryden, with closure now beginning Tuesday, May 17, 2022 at 7:00 am until Tuesday May 24, 2022, for bridge repair. The closure was delayed because of inclement weather. This bridge will be closed to all through traffic. Please contact the Highway Department, at (607) 274-0300, with questions or concerns.

05/16/2022 - 15:22
Town of Enfield Rt 327

Tompkins SIREN: Rt 327 between Upper Gray Rd and Hines Rd is now open to all traffic

05/16/2022 - 13:17
Town of Enfield Avoid the Area

Town of Enfield: Please avoid the area of Rt 327 (Enfield Falls Rd) between Upper Gray Rd and Hines Rd due to trees and wires down in the area

05/11/2022 - 12:19
Rt 366 Avoid the Area

Please avoid the area of Rt 366 between Rt 13 and Rt 38 due to wires down in the roadway. Repairs will take several hours.

05/09/2022 - 11:18
Tompkins SIREN: TC Highway Dept is closing Mill St. between West Dryden Rd. and Upper Creek Rd. from 7:00am May 11th until May 18th for bridge repair.

Tompkins SIREN: TC Highway Department is closing Mill Street, between West Dryden Rd. and Upper Creek Rd. in the town of Dryden, beginning May 11th at 7:00am until May 18th for bridge repair. The bridge will be closed to ALL through traffic. Please contact the Highway Department at (607) 274-0300 with questions or concerns.

05/05/2022 - 11:36
Power Outages in City

Power outage continues in the City. Several traffic lights remain out. Please treat these intersections as 4-way stops. NYSEG is working on restoration.

04/26/2022 - 10:42
IPD Warns of Social Security Scam

Recently the Ithaca Police Department has learned that individuals claiming to be from the U.S. Inspector General’s Office have contacted Tompkins County residents claiming that the residents owe money to the Social Security Administration. When a citizen questions the authenticity of the phone call, the scammers offer to have a local policeofficer call the citizen back. A different scammer will then call the citizen back, claiming to be an Ithaca Police Department Officer and gives an actual name of an IPD Officer. Additionally, the phone number that shows up displays is the Ithaca Police Department phone number, 607-272-9973. The Ithaca Police Department would like to remind everyone that law enforcement will never call a citizen and demand money be paid for a fine, or violation. The IPD would like to remind area residents to be cautious of such phone calls, no matter how convincing they may seem to be. For further information on scams or frauds, the FBI maintains the following website with helpful tips and information: https://www.fbi.gov/scams-and-safety

04/25/2022 - 09:05
Road Closing

Tompkins SIREN: The TC Highway Department has closed Trumbulls Corners Road, from Rumsey Hill Road to Route 327, for a minimum of one week for emergency road repairs.