COVID-19 Vaccine Scam Alert

  • You likely will not need to pay anything out of pocket to get the vaccine during the public health emergency.
  • You cannot pay to put your name on a list to get the vaccine.
  • You cannot pay to get early access to the vaccine.
  • No one from Medicare or the Health Department will contact you.
  • No one from a vaccine distribution site or health care payer, like a private insurance company, will call you asking for your Social Security number or  your credit card or bank account information to sign you up to get the vaccine.
  • Beware of providers offering other products, treatments, or medicines to prevent the virus. Check with your health care provider before paying for or receiving any COVID-19 related treatment.
  • If you get a call, text, email-or even someone knocking on your door-claiming they can get you early access to the vaccine, STOP. That’s a scam.

For further information contact the Onondaga County for Aging at 315-435-2362  www.ongov.net/aging

 

Light up the Village!

That’s the cry in the Village of Baldwinsville. Thanksgiving and Christmas-two heavy fan favorites-may look different for many of our residents this year. Travel maybe limited. Group gatherings are questionable. So we want the holidays around here to be something special. Lighting up houses, tress and businesses.

If you already light up your home/yard, great. Maybe add a string of lights or another lawn ornament. If you don’t usually do much decorating, this would be a good season to give it a shot. The Village is putting up lights on poles around the Village. And we will have a Christmas tree in the square, as is tradition. And hopefully our businesses will add a little flair.

Our traditional tree lighting would have been on November 28th. That’s a good weekend to target getting the decorations in place. Then, our residents can ride around the Village and get some festive feelings. We will have a spot on the Village’s Facebook page, where people can list addresses that are a can’t miss for those out taking in the lights.

Maybe we can make this part of a rough 2020, a little easier to handle

Mayor Dick Clarke

 

Overnight Parking Ban

Overnight Parking Ban prohibits parking on village streets from 1:30 am to 6:00 am from November 15, 2020 until April 15, 2021

 

Canton Woods Holiday Wreath Sale

Canton Woods Senior Center Holiday Wreath Sale

20-22″ for $20.00

30-32″ for $30.00

Choose a RED or BURGUNDY ribbon

Free one-week delivery, within the Baldwinsville area

Orders taken until November 22, 2020

Call and order: Evie Nelson (315-396-1923). All net proceeds go to support Canton Woods

Village Engineer Open Position

The Village of Baldwinsville has a vacancy for the position of Village Engineer. Please review the job description and requirements under the DPW documents. If interested, send a resume to the Department of Public Works, 16 West Genesee St, Baldwinsville, NY 13027

View the job description

Chair Yoga at Canton Woods

Chair Yoga taught by Yvonne Martin, Kripalu Instructor. Yvonne has taught at Canton Woods for several years.

Discover Kripalu Yoga, a gentle practice of breathing techniques, mindful movement and meditation, all with an emphasis on compassionate self acceptance and awareness.

Here’s the link:
https://zoom.us/rec/share/uZBlC_LWtThIcKfVxHjWBqIKALXvT6a80SIX-aYFzy7-m3ar5sRASpPVtdTuX58

Password: 2l+*06nR

Ash Trees Program

Village residents may or may not be aware of an invasive species that attacks ash trees. The Emerald Ash Borer is an invasive insect that infects and ultimately kills ash trees. Unfortunately, we have quite a few ash trees along our village streets and in our parks. Over the next two years we will embark on a program to remove these trees. Unfortunately, this will result in a substantial loss of tree canopy along some streets and in both Community Park and Mercer Park. New trees will be planted as infected trees are removed. If you have any questions regarding dead or dying street trees at your home, please feel free to contact our Village Engineering office at 315-635-9665.

Schedule for yard waste collection

Yard waste collection will be twice each month (first and third weeks) through the summer and weekly in the fall. Dates of yard waste pickup are:

June 1

September 8

November 2

June 15

September 21

November 9

July 6

October 5

November 16

July 20

October 13

August 3

October 19

August 17

October 26

We may be forced to deviate from this schedule due to weather conditions or other unforeseen issues.

Please place your yard waste behind the curb (on the grass to allow traffic to move freely) prior to each Monday listed on the schedule above. The Village DPW will be attempting to collect all yard waste on Mondays. However, there may be some weeks we are unable to collect throughout the entire Village in one day. If your yard waste is not collected on Monday, please leave it at the curb as we will be coming around later in the week (usually Tuesdays or later depending on time of the year and weather) to finish our collection.

Closed to Public but Business as usual

All Village of Baldwinsville buildings are closed to the public. Both Village Hall and the Police Department have installed a video intercom system at their back doors (parking lot). Ring bell and someone will assist you. It is business as usual.

Please call the department needed to see if your business can be conducted over the phone or via email.

Village Clerk/Water: 315-635-3521

Codes Office: 315-635-2481

Non-Emergency Police: 315-635-6808 or call 911

DPW: 315-635-9665

Canton Woods Senior Center: 315-638-4536

Justice Court: 315-635-6355

Please note that all payments ( water, taxes, court fines and code permits) can be placed in the drop box at Village Hall, mailed to the Clerk’s office at 16 West Genesee Street or be paid by credit card online at: www.baldwinsville.org

NOTICE regarding the placement of trash containers

Notice from the Public Works Department

Trash containers placed out to the road for pickup must be in your driveway behind the curb line and back far enough to avoid being hit by snow thrown from the snow plow. Containers in the road or close to the road may be hit by the plow or snow thrown from the plow.