Tonight’s concert featuring “The Center Street Band” will be held in the Main Street School Auditorium from 6:00-9:00PM due to the prediction for inclement weather.
The Village of Waterloo will hold a public hearing on Monday, June 13th 2022 at 7 P.M. Residents may attend via phone conference. For contact the Village office at 315-539-9131.
The hearing is held for the purpose of hearing public comments on the Village’s community
development needs, and to discuss the possible submission of one or more Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) applications for the 2022 funding year. The CDBG program is administered by the New York State Office of Community Renewal (OCR), and will make funds available to eligible local governments for housing; economic development; including microenterprise assistance for businesses with five or fewer individuals including the owner(s); public facilities; public infrastructure; and planning activities, with the principal purpose of benefitting low/moderate income persons. The hearing will provide further information about the CDBG program and will allow for citizen participation in the development of any proposed grant applications and/or to provide technical assistance to develop alternate proposals.
Comments on the CDBG program or proposed project(s) will be received at this time. The hearing is being conducted pursuant to Section 570.486, Subpart I of the CFR and in compliance with the requirements of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended. Comments and questions can be sent via email to email@example.com or submitted in writing to Village Mayor, John O’Connor at 41 West Main Street, Waterloo, NY 13165 until Monday, June 13th 2022. If special accommodations are needed for persons with disabilities, those with hearing impairments, or those in need of translation from English, those individuals should contact the Village of Waterloo at 315-539-9131 at least one week in advance of the hearing date to allow for necessary arrangements.
Waterloo, New York –The Village of Waterloo has led a multi-year initiative to honor the brave service members nominated by family and friends who have received the distinguished Purple Heart Award with a new local Wall of Honor that recognizes this distinctive military honor this Memorial Day and all are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Due to COVID-19 circumstances, a soft unveiling was held in August of 2020 and now fittingly, the official dedication ceremony is taking place on Memorial Day in Waterloo, New York the birthplace of Memorial Day, on Monday May 30th at 5pm in Lafayette Park with Senator Helming as the Master of Ceremonies.
The Purple Heart Wall of Honor dedication is part of Waterloo’s 156th Remembrance of Memorial Day with Commemoration events starting in the morning of Military Services at Village Cemeteries, Veterans Bike Rally, and a Commemorative Parade down Main Street at 4pm followed with a Wreath Laying Ceremony in Lafayette Park, and the Purple Heart dedication at 5pm on the main stage.
“I am so pleased this day has arrived,” said Village of Waterloo Mayor Jack O’Connor, “The Day, the Memorial and the Ceremony will be dedicated to Commemorating Veterans, particularly those wounded and killed in military conflicts that will forever be engraved on our local Purple Heart Wall of Honor. I am grateful to all who assisted in making this project a reality and thankful knowing that it will continue to expand as it is a “living Memorial” with applications continuously collected.”
The Purple Heart was first instituted by George Washington in 1782 to honor bravery in action. The second and current iteration of the award, dating back to February 22, 1932, is to honor those killed or wounded in combat while serving their country. The Purple Heart is the oldest military decoration presented to our brave service members.
Additional Details on the full three-days of Memorial Day Weekend events, as well as donation information towards the continuation of the Purple Heart Program can be found here on the Village of Waterloo website
FOR THE VILLAGE OF WATERLOO PURPLE HEART WALL OF HONOR DEDICATION
Please join us in recognizing the brave service members who have received this distinctive military honor.
Monday, May 30, 2022
Lafayette Park, Memorial Day Place Waterloo, NY
The Seneca County Health Department has today, February 2, 2022, lifted the boil water
order issued for the following customers in the Village of Waterloo Water District: 131-313 East Elisha Street, 1-37 Swift Street, 3-23 State Street, 14-64 Inslee Street, 200-301 East Williams Street, 22 & 24 Clark Street and 31 Mill Street. This order is being lifted because water sampling has shown that there is no bacteria in the water distribution system.
For further information, please contact the The Village of Waterloo Water Department at 315-585-9811 or The Village of Waterloo Office at 315-539-9131or the Seneca County Health Department at 315-539-1945.
Please share this information with all the other people who drink this water, especially those who may not have received this notice directly (for example, people in apartments, nursing homes, schools, and businesses). You can do this by posting this notice in a public place or distributing copies by hand or mail.
Hours: (subject to change)Weekdays: 2:00pm – DuskSaturdays/Sundays & school vacations: Noon – Dusk.(Located on Oak Street next to playground on outdoor basketball court)Please keep in mind that it is a natural rink that is dependent on weather conditions for ice quality. The quality and safety of the ice is determined by weather factors, patron use/abuse and/or maintenance issues. OPEN signs will be posted when the ice rink is deemed safe and usable. You can also call us at 315-539-5309 for updated ice status. Ice Rink Rules: Open to residents of Waterloo, Fayette, and Junius. No hockey sticks, balls, pucks, or other misc. objects. No food or drinks on the ice. No smoking, vaping, alcohol, or offensive language. No pets.The use of the ice rink is at your own risk. By using this ice rink, participants are acknowledging that there are inherent risks involved in the activity of ice skating and are voluntarily assuming those risks.*We have encountered a problem with the liner that has resulted in thin ice on the North end of the rink. Therefore, only half of the rink is OK to skate on this winter. We apologize for the inconvenience.
Caren Cleaveland, PNP
16 East Wright Avenue
Waterloo, NY 13165
firstname.lastname@example.org — 585-703-6489
March 11, 2020
BATTLE CASUALTIES PLAQUE DEDICATION
This year during the Celebrate Commemorate Weekend in Waterloo, NY there will be an additional ceremony at its American Civil War Memorial located on the corners of Washington and Locust Streets.
Not only will there be the 12th annual Illumination and Remembrance Ceremony at 7:30 pm, Friday, May 22nd supported by five (5) Civil War Organizations and the Celebrate Commemorate Committee, but there will also be a Battle Casualties Plaque Dedication on Saturday, May 23rd at 2:00 pm
The Battle Casualties Plaque will be located in back of the Northside of the Star Stone at the memorial. This plaque is the last addition to the memorial that commemorates the fallen soldiers from Waterloo, who caused the first Memorial Day Commemoration, as well as all lives lost during the American Civil War.
There were at least 620,000 killed in action during the Civil War from April 12, 1861 to April 9, 1865. Our Battle Casualties Plaque will list the top ten (10) battles, total lost, location and date of each battle.
Join us, If not on Friday, May 22nd at 7:30pm for the Kick off of Waterloo’s Celebrate Commemorate weekend, then on Saturday May 23rd at 2:00pm where we will be sharing in our program the horrific losses to not only the North, but the South, in the top ten (10) battles with the most casualties.