Food Bank Entrance

Waterville Area Food Pantry, Inc.

Monthly food for income-eligible individuals.
Located in the basement of School House Apartments, 145 Stafford Ave, Waterville, NY 13480. Entrance is at the back of the Schoolhouse Apartments.

Waterville Jr. Sr. High School

Waterville Central School District

Waterville Central School District offers well rounded educational opportunities for children in pre-k through grade 12. We have updated facilities for both the elementary and high school levels.

Waterville Public Library

Waterville Public Library

Since the Library was founded in 1874 (later chartered by the Board of Regents as a free public library in 1939), inhabitants of the region that is now bounded by the Waterville Central School District have recognized the need for preservation of knowledge, ideas, and free access to information for all. That mission continues today in the Library’s state-of-the-art facility, opened in 2006, where you will find warm and inviting surroundings that provide traditional and all the latest services to support the reading, viewing, listening and information seeking needs and interests of all our patrons, young and old.

Crusin Into Waterville

Crusin’ Into Waterville

Each fall, Waterville has become “the destination” for alumni, runners, families, friends and car show enthusiasts who enjoy a full day of food and entertainment. It is the hope of the committee that this gathering will strengthen our community, promote life in our attractive village and leave a legacy as our ancestors did before us.

Waterville First

Founded by the Economic Development Corporation in 2017 with the goal of cultivating the community and commerce throughout the Waterville Central School District – Waterville, Oriskany Falls, Deansboro, and North Brookfield.

The Waterville Times

History of The Waterville Times

In the early 1850s CB Wilkinson published the Waterville Journal. It lasted a year. He then partnered with another man in his 20s. Both had experience working for newspapers in Utica. James McKibbin and CB Wilkinson on Jan. 24, 1857, printed and published their first issue and volume of the Waterville Times.

In the first issue, they outlined how their aspiration was to establish a first class family newspaper devoted to the interest of the village.
Their paper included news from correspondents of surrounding communities, something that continues in today’s issues of the Times.

Patty Louise bought the paper from Mary Cleary in May 2001, becoming publisher No. 15.

In January 2016 the Times expanded its coverage area to include Clinton and Kirkland after the closure of the Clinton Courier.