Here's the latest village news:
May 21, 2018
May 21, 2018
Chief Operator Louis Langone will be providing a monthly report for the Wastewater Treatment Plant. It includes:
- average flow
- gallons of wastewater processed
- total labor expended
- biosolids/compost removed from plant
- NYS Pollution Elimination System (SPEDES) Discharge Permit Limits and Level
- Remarks & Comments
May 11, 2018
WATER ADVISORY - WATER SYSTEM MAINTENANCE
The village water tank will be out of service for routine maintenance beginning Monday, May 14 and remain out of service until further notice. The work is expected to take approximately one month to complete. During which time, Village residents are asked to be cognizant of water usage. Without the tank, the municipal water system is designed to handle normal day-to-day usage. However, excessive water use, such as filling a swimming pool, watering lawns, puts additional unnecessary strain on the system. Residents will be notified when the tank has been returned to service and the water usage advisory has been lifted.
The DPW thanks you for your compliance. Any questions, contact Superintendent of Public Works Jamie Bechy at 315-271-5290.
May 05, 2018
Do you want to use the Village Bandstand or hold a meeting or event at one of the other village sites?
The bandstand and facility use request forms are on the website under Departments, Clerk/Treasurer Office/Documents. Download the form you need and submit it to Brenda Knoeller, Village Clerk for action by the Village Board.
April 17, 2018
Effective Monday, April 30th
To give our residents more access to conduct their business at the Village Hall, the office will now be opening at 8:00 a.m. and will be open through the lunch hour Monday and Thursday and will close at noon on Friday. Correspondence can still be left in the drop box located at the parking lot entrance of the Village Hall.
The hours will be:
Monday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Tuesday: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm; 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Wednesday: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm; 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Thursday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
April 16, 2018
April 16, 2018
April 02, 2018
Streets, Sidewalks and Everything in Between by Richard Sinnott, NYCOM Council
In this thorough 48-page article you WILL find what you've been looking for or wondering about in easy chapter format (with a table of contents) on "Streets, Sidewalks and Everything in Between".
New York Conference of Mayors (NYCOM) and Municipals Officials has provided Streets, Sidewalks and Everything in Between by Richard Sinnott, NYCOM Council, as part of NYCOM Municipal Management Series. In this thorough article you WILL find what you're looking for about: streets, sidewalks, speed limits, regulating traffic and parking, traffic control devices, liability and street design, trees, and Call Before You Dig - underground facilities protection, all in easy chapter format. This document has been posted under Departments, Department of Public Works, Documents.
If you have any questions contact DPWjbechy@villageofwaterville.org.
March 12, 2018
DPW Superintendent Jamie Bechy will be providing a monthly report for the DPW. It includes:
- Tons of Garbage Hauled
- Tons of Trash Hauled
- Tons of Recycling Hauled
- Tons of Rigid Plastic Hauled
- Tons of Green Waste Hauled
- Tons of Metal picked up by Sims Metal
- Gallons of Diesel Fuel Used
- Water Usage for the Month
March 12, 2018
Did you know the Center for Family Life and Recovery has provided the village with an RX MedReturn Unit available right here at the Village Hall? These units provide a safe, convenient, and responsible manner for citizens to dispose of their unused, expired prescriptions and over the counter medication to get them out of the home.
For more information visit www.WhenTheresHelpTheresHope.com or contact Jodi Warren at 315-733-1709 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The village of Waterville is conveniently located in southern Oneida County, 12 miles south of Utica and one mile north of the crossroads of State Route 12 and State Route 20.
Our village was settled in 1792 and was heralded as the Historic Hop Capital of the World. We are known for the notorious family of outlaws, The Loomis Gang and our Preserved Historic Triangle District is listed on the New York State Historic Preservation Register.
Waterville is a village in the very best sense of the word. We are a charming combination of pastoral beauty, historic 19th century Victorian architecture and central New York hospitality. While we strive to maintain the simple intimacy of CNY village life, we are boldly progressive with 21st century ideals infused throughout Waterville.
Our village boasts a cutting edge public library which also includes the Barton-Brown Observatory, home to the Mohawk Valley Astronomical Society. The Village Hall is a modern building whose large community room is the center of activity from Scouts to Senior Citizens. Waterville Central School's facilities are second to none including state of the art auditorium, sports turf soccer/football stadium and cutting edge sophisticated technology labs.
This web site gives relevant information about the services and people involved with our village government. We hope you enjoy exploring our site and learning more about our wonderful Waterville!