A road is either "State", "Town Owned" or "privately owned". The Town of Wilton maintains 234 roads, all of which are asphalt and total 108.9 centerline miles.
Home to 16,173 people (based on the 2010 Census), Wilton’s population is expanding much like its roadways. With a population increase of more than 3,600 residents from 2000 to 2010, the correlating number of residential developments built in the last decade has added to the increase in total road miles.
The most recently distributed listings from NYS DOT of the municipality and county owned roadways from the Roadway Inventory.
In 2016 the Town of Wilton evaluated all roadways which it maintains. After creating an inventory of all its roads, the town surveyed the condition, traffic level, and importance of each road and input the data into CAMP-RS (Cornell Asset Management Program Roads & Streets). The Cornell Local Roads Program (CLRP) was created by civil engineers from Cornell University in order to provide a more organized and systematic approach for local municipalities to develop a pavement management system.