What do I do if I find a dead animal?

Any dead animal that is found on private property becomes the responsibility of the property owner. Any dead animal that is found on a private road becomes the responsibility of the property owner or their Homeowners Association. If a dead animal is found to be on a roadway that is maintained by VDOT, it will be responsibility of VDOT to remove it. If a dead animal is found on a public roadway that is maintained by VDOT, contact the York County Emergency Dispatch Center at their non-emergency number (757) 890-3621.

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1. Where can I find out about the budget process and upcoming meeting dates?
2. Where can I get a 2023 Beautiful York County Calendar?
3. Where can I view our Board of Supervisors and Planning Commission Meetings?
4. Is York County Hiring?
5. Who is responsible for maintaining the roads in York County?
6. Where can I find information about Zoning and Code Enforcement?
7. Where can I read Citizen News online?
8. Where can I find updates on the construction of the new Law Enforcement Building?
9. Where can I find updates on Yorktown Library renovations?
10. How can I find out about the planned and proposed development in the County?
11. I am a new resident. Is there any beneficial information posted online to help me transition?
12. What do the county's key officials earn as of January 1, 2023?
13. Is there a place where we can view the Board's correspondence?
14. How can I contact the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT)?
15. I want to get involved with the Comprehensive Plan process. How do I do that?
16. What do I do if I find a dead animal?
17. Thinking about renting out your house, an accessory structure, or one or more rooms in your house on a short-term basis (i.e., fewer than 90 days), here are some things you need to know:
18. Where can I view Presentations to the Board?
19. Does the County and School Division share any services/offices?
20. Do I need a permit to host a yard sale?
21. What were York County's real estate tax rates over the past 20 years?
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