Kayak rentals now available at Community Park

The kayak rental facility is now in place and ready to use at Community Park

How to Rent:

  1. Download-Download the rent fun app and create an account
  2. Unlock-Scan the QR code on the locker
  3. Remove Equipment-Inspect kayak, paddle and life jacket for any damage
  4. Enjoy your paddle-You must wear a US Coast Guard approved life jacket at all times
  5. Return & Lock-Return equipment to the same locker unite and select “End rental” on the app

Rental fee is $19.00 for the first 1.5 hour.

More information can be found on the rent fun app.

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Paper Mill Island Community Yoga

Paper Mill Island Community Yoga

Wellness Wednesdays at the Island, May 3, 2023-September 30, 2023

Event time: 5:30-6:30 pm

Nature, fresh air, and yoga.

Take a mid week break with Kevin McMahon (@yogistillness), Guest Teachers & Sky Yoga Studios. Join us for an early evening all levels yoga practice on Paper Mill Island. Class is free but donations are welcome. Proceeds going to support Sky Yoga’s Scholarship Fund.
  • Please note – class is weather permitting. In the case of inclement weather, practice will be canceled.
  • Bring your own mats and any props you’d like to use
  • Bring a towel for under your mat in case of wet grounds
  • Bring water and sunscreen
  • Have fun and breathe!
Information on how to register: www.union.fit/events/sky-yoga-studios-paper-mill-island-community-yoga

Village Election-Results

Village Election Results that were held on Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Elijah Huling Jr-26 votes

Bruce Stebbins-7 votes

William Stowell-6 votes

David Smallwood-5 votes

Timothy McMahon-4 votes

Jody DePaulis-3 votes

Theresa Brickett-2 votes

Theresa Huegel-1 vote

Michael Bryant-1 vote

Mike Pope-1 vote

Ed Van Derwater-1 vote

Amy Nash-Reinagel-1 vote

Katherine Halleron-1 vote





2022 Arbor Day Celebration

The Village of Baldwinsville has been designated a Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation for
the 36th consecutive year. This year trees were planted by the Public Works Department employees
along Albert Palmer Lane to continue the process of replacing ash trees that were removed due to the
Emerald Ash Borer infestation. John Graham, NYS DEC Forester and Louise Corrigan DPW Clerk
are pictured in front of one of those trees to commemorate Arbor Day 2022 which the village
celebrated on October 13, 2022.


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NYS Low Income Household Water Assistance Program

Do you need help paying for overdue water and wastewater bills?

The Low Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP) can help.

LIHWAP is a drinking water and wastewater emergency assistance program funded through new federal
resources. Benefits are based on the amount of unpaid water and wastewater bills owed by applicants. This
assistance is targeted at low income households and income guidelines will mirror that of the Home Energy
Assistance Program.

LIHWAP benefits are based on the actual amount of drinking water and/or wastewater arrears, up to a
maximum of $2,500 per drinking water or wastewater provider, or $5,000 if drinking water and wastewater
services are combined, per household. Benefits are paid directly to the household’s drinking water and/or
wastewater vendor(s).

Eligibility and benefits are based on:
• income,
• household size,
• household includes a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, or qualified alien, and
• amount owed to drinking water and/or wastewater provider(s).

Primary applicants must provide:
• Proof of identity
• Proof of residence
• Documentation of earned and unearned income
• A drinking water, wastewater, or combined drinking water and wastewater bill listing their permanent
and primary residence
• A valid Social Security Number (SSN)
o SSNs of additional household members will be requested

For more information, visit https://otda.ny.gov/LIHWAP