The Grow Seneca Mission is to help businesses start, grow, and learn survival with the ups and downs of owning a small business in Seneca County New York. Grown Seneca will be here to coach small businesses along the way and be a listening ear when needed. Please see the below press release for more details.
The purpose of this report is to provide preliminary information pertinent to the planning, design, and construction of a new sewer extension, for the Village of Waterloo, specifically the portion of the Village designated as the “island area”. The proposed sewer extension includes a portion along Washington Street, and connection to the Village’s existing sewer system on East Water Street. The overall intent is to provide sewer service to this area of the Village such that the buildings can be revamped and the area can be redeveloped. Refer to Appendix A for a site plan of the proposed project.
This report provides alternatives and recommendations for a new sewer system that will serve the properties in this area and convey sanitary flows to the Village’s existing system. The report focuses on project feasibility, appropriate design concepts, pertinent permitting, estimated costs, and project implementation. The Village was awarded a grant allocation through the 2020 FY Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program to complete this report.
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Attention: Housing Rehabilitation Funds Now Available
All open cases have been sent to Fayette Town Court or The Town of Waterloo Court.
Best form of contact is to email:
Leave your name, birthday, correct address, and if you plead to the ticket guilty of not guilty.
If you received a ticket NORTH of the canal you will be in the Town of Waterloo
If you received a ticket SOUTH of the canal you will be in the Town of Fayette
Street names in Fayette:
Brookside Dr, Distillery Ave, Fayette St, Gorham St S, Grove St, Huff St, Illick St. E & W, Keli Dr, Kendig St. E & W, Lincoln St. E, Locust St, Logan St, Maple St, Market St, Marshall Rd, River St. E & W, Rocklan Ave, Rte 96 Indian Hills, Iroquois Drive, Arrowhead Drive, Jellicle Lane, and Washington St.
Cemetery manager Chuck Nightingale is requesting that anyone who has wreaths or other decorations on graves in Maple Grove Cemetery, please come and take them by April 7th or 8th! Spring clean up of the cemetery will begin the following week!! Thank You!
CONTACT: Administrator Don Northrup, (315) 539-9131,
The Village of Waterloo is Requesting Input on the Downtown Revitalization Initiative application at the Rotary Farmers Market Saturday
Waterloo, NY, September 14, 2022 – The Village of Waterloo will have a booth at the Waterloo Rotary Farmers Market on Saturday, September 17, 2022 to gather input on the Village’s application for up to $10 million in Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) funding from the State of New York. Those that participate will be given an opportunity to comment on potential projects included in the application.
Potential projects include building improvements, streetscape upgrades, and canalside enhancements.
Additional information on the State’s DRI program will be provided at the meeting. Those not able to attend in person can participate via SurveyMonkey starting Friday, September 16, 2022:
The Village of Waterloo is applying for a 2022 Consolidated Funding Application (CFA) for the Wastewater Infrastructure Engineering Planning Grant (EPG) program to conduct a study for WWTP Improvements. This project will evaluate the treatment plant and produce an Engineering Report with recommended future improvements for a Capital Improvement Project.
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.
Applications are continuously collected.”