All roads remain closed in Delaware County as a state of emergency remains in effect. Only emergency vehicles are authorized on Delaware County roads until the countywide state of emergency is lifted.
But emergency officials released a list of roads that suffered damage, were blocked or were washed away:
Town of Andes - Wolf Hollow Road at County Route 1.
Town of Bovina – East Bramley Road, Cape Horn Road, Bovina Road, Jim Lane Road – power lines are down, Martha Lane – closed for power lines down.
Town of Colchester – State Highway 30 between County Route7 and Miller Hollow – trees and wires down, Bridge Street in Downsville, Back River Road from Downsville to Corbett , NYS Route 30 – north bound from Downsville.
Town of Davenport – County Route 9 from State Highway 23 over Charlotte Creek.
Town of Delhi – Spring Valley Road – multiple downed trees, Gray Road.
Town of Deposit – Columbia Lake Road, Airport Road.
Town of Hamden – Basin Clove at the Covered Bridge, County Route 2 from NYS Route 10 to bridge.
Town of Hancock – Houck Mountain, Carcass Brook, Walton town line
Peas Eddy Road , wires and trees in the road near Newman Road.
Town of Kortright – County Route 33 by the pumphouse, River Road.
Town of Masonville – Pine Hill Road to Sidney town line.
Town of Meredith – Spring Valley Road.
Town of Middletown – Dry Brook - Hardenburgh to the town line, Dry Brook Road, Mill Brook Road, Huckleberry Brook, County Route 36, County Route 38, County Route 37.
Town of Roxbury – State Route 30 – Roxbury to Grand Gorge, County Route 8, County Route 8 – Bridge 8.1 closed, County 41 by Stratton Falls, water across road by Railroad Depot.
Town of Stamford – County Route 18.
Town of Sidney - Pine Hill Road to Masonville town line, Wheat Hill – downed trees and wires, Poplar Hill Road.
Town of Tompkins – Bridge St – Trout Creek, Roods Creek – downed wires, Finch Hollow between Gray and Dryden Road – downed wires.