Mayor O’Connor has announced a “Pilot” Fall Pick-up replacement program beginning on Friday, April 30, 2021. The replacement program will consist of three 14 yard roll-off containers provided by the Village DPW Department for rental. The roll-offs will be available each week with delivery on Friday for week-end (Saturday and Sunday) use, and then picked-up on the following Monday. The rental fee for the roll-offs will be $0 for the first use (by property location) and $100/per rental thereafter.
Reservations will be taken by the Village Office at (315)539-9131. A rental agreement form, including an understanding of prohibited items for waste disposal, will be required to be signed with any payment due at time of reservation.
Please contact the Village Office for any additional information on this program.
DUE TO AVAILABILITY OF ROLL-OFF RENTALS THE VILLAGE OF WATERLOO WILL NO LONGER BE DOING A FALL CLEANUP THROUGHOUT THE VILLAGE EACH YEAR. SHOULD YOU HAVE LARGE HOUSEHOLD ITEMS TO DISPOSE OF VILLAGE RESIDENTS CAN BRING THEM, WITH NO FEES, TO SENECA MEADOWS LANDFILL. RESIDENTIAL HOURS OF OPERATION ARE SATURDAYS & SUNDAYS 8AM TO 11AM ONLY. PLEASE CONTACT THE LANDFILL IF YOU NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION (315)539-5624.
DUE TO AVAILABILITY OF ROLL-OFF RENTALS
Waterloo, NY, March 29, 2021 – The Village of Waterloo is launching a survey to get input from area residents and businesses about Improving Pedestrian and Bicycle Connections and Parking Availability.
It is available online at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/WaterlooCAP
Paper copies will be available at the Town Hall.
This is an opportunity for the community to provide feedback on ways to improve access to anchors such as downtown, the Cayuga-Seneca Canalway Trail, Oak Island and schools.
Whether you are a Village resident, County resident or visiting the area please take a few minutes to fill out the survey. Survey responses will be accepted until April 22, 2021.
February 2, 2021
The Celebrate Commemorate event for 2021, has once again been postponed until May 2022.
This decision did not come lightly and was thoroughly vetted by the multiple public agencies whose permissions were required.
The May 30th Commemorative Memorial Day ceremonies will be allowed, with the appropriate COVID regulations in place at that time.
Given the uncertainty surrounding these types of large events for health reasons, it would be impossible to coordinate with all parties involved in a timely manner if this decision were to be delayed.
The committee has been working for several months to organize and reimagine the 2021 event. This group of volunteers deserves a heartfelt thank you for their efforts, not only now but for the past 20 years of family friendly events provided for the community.
Every effort will be made to hold the solemn Commemoration on May 30th as has been the case for the past 153 years consecutively in Waterloo, NY the Birthplace of Memorial Day.