Water Chestnut removal

During the next week, water chestnut removal will be happening on the Seneca River. During this time the parking lot at Mercer Park maybe used for equipment storage.

Thank you,

Jody

Attention Boaters

New York State Police-**Warning**

Chapter II, Section 151.10 on the Rule and Regulations Governing Navigation and Use of the NYS Barge Canal System Restricts: FREE MOORING TO A MAXIMUM PEROILD OF 48 HOURS WITHIN A CALENDAR MONTH.

**VESSELS MOORED FOR A TIME PERIOD IN EXCESS OF 48 HOURS SUBJECT TO TOWING**

Volunteer at the Visitor’s Center!

Volunteer’s are needed at the visitor’s center this summer.

There will be an organizational meeting on Monday, May 20, 2024 from 6:00-7:00 pm at the Baldwinsville Public Library in the Story Room if interested.

Also you may call: 315-638-0251 or email: bvillevisitorcenter24@gmail.com

New! Pay or View your water bills online. Check it out today!

Pay or View Bills

Village of Baldwinsville is excited to offer residents an easy and convenient method to view and pay their water & sewer use bills online.

You may also make a payment by phone or check your account balance 24/7 with our automated phone service. Call (855) 679-3056.

This is a fee-based service. For credit, debit and PayPal Brands transactions, the service fee is 2.95% with a minimum of $2.00. For electronic check (ACH/EFT) transactions the service fee is $1.95. For payments by phone there is an additional fee of $1.95.

Celebrating Arbor Day 2024

Maria Shockney, DPW Clerk and Matt Swayze, DEC Forester, celebrate Arbor Day in the Village of Baldwinsville on Friday, April 26, 2024. The Village of Baldwinsville is also recognized as a Tree City USA.

To view pictures, please click here.

To view pictures, please click here

 

Election Results

Bruce Stebbins (Mayor)-643 votes

Trustees:

Megan O’Donnell-457 votes

Michael Shepard – 417 votes

Donna Freyleue-400 votes

Joseph Cole-390 votes

Brian Burmeister-381 votes

James Francis Miller- 370 votes

Proposition #1 (Keep village elections in March)

Yes-300 votes

No-475 votes

Proposition #2 (Move village elections to November)

Yes-466 votes

No-340 votes