Deer Management Program
The Village of Fayetteville is currently working on a deer management program. The village wished to address the issue of deer management due to:
· Exposure to Lyme disease;
· Increase in vehicular-deer incidents;
· Property and landscape damage.
Please know that there are no further details available at this time. The village will be consulting with the NYSDEC and several other resources. In preparation for this program, the first step was to pass a local law was passed to allow for discharge within the village limits. This is now done but other aspects of the program such as participant eligibility have not been determined.
Once a plan and a procedure have been completely formulated,we will inform the community and be able to answer any questions. Contrary to a recent article, procedures have not yet been established. There have been several calls received and we thank you but we are not seeking any volunteers at this time. We appreciate your patience until the details are finalized and made available.
Current PRD Proposal for OBG Property
For the former O'Brien & Gere property located at 547 East Genesee Street, developers have resubmitted an application to the Board of Trustees for a P-R-D (Planned Residential Development) zone change for a residential complex combining three different architectural building styles. Please click on the link below to review drawings of the proposal:
NYS Building Code Update- CO detectors for Commercial Buildings
Notice of Adoption of Emergency Rule -- Carbon Monoxide Alarms – Commercial Buildings
Effective: June 27, 2015
DEC Pool Filter Survey Request
Swimming Pool Owners:
The NYS DEC is seeking your help in participating in a pool filter survey to help monitor the invasive Asian Longhorned Beetle.
Contact the DEC to participate in this survey JULY-AUGUST by email: email@example.com
NYS PSC Telecommunication Study
In May 2014, the NYS Public Service Commission initiated a proceeding to examine the state of telecommunications in New York State. Please click the link below for more information on this matter and to learn where public forums are being held during July and August, or where you could send any comments:
Study of the State of Telecommunications in New York, Case 14-C-0370
Be Informed about Rain & Storm Water Runoff
Please click the link below for the latest newsletter by CNY Storm Water Coalition, containing very helpful information.
CNY Storm Water Coalition
Gardens and Gutters
Village Historian's Annual Report
Our Village Historian, Barbara Rivette, provides an annual report to the Village Board of Trustees.
Click below for a link to this year's report:
Annual Historian's Report
Emerald Ash Borer
Please be alert to an invasive species called the Emerald Ash Borer that has been detected nearby. This little green insect will have a devastating effect upon our Ash trees. Please take a moment to educate yourself and be prepared.
New 211 Service in Onondaga County
Onondaga County has just gone live with 211 service. The program is described as follows:
“Locating basic resources such as food, shelter, employment, or health care may mean calling dozens of phone numbers, then struggling through amaze of agencies and services to make the right connections. The 211 system helps residents find resources by dialing a simple three-digit number. In July 2000 the Federal Communications Commission assigned the three-digit dialing code 2-1-1 for the exclusive purpose of providing widespread access to community information and referral services.
211 CNY brings together organizations in the community to better serve the residents of five counties: Onondaga, Oswego, Jefferson, Lewis, and St. Lawrence. 211 is a helpful starting point for areas with small fragmented rural communities that may not be as connected as bigger cities. Under a simple, easy to remember, three digit phone number, updated information is kept under national standards, and the call or use of the database is free and available 24/7. “
You can dial 211 from your home phone, cell phone or our office phone (Note – you DO NOT need to dial 9 first from the office phone.)
E-waste as of January 1, 2015
Effective as of January 1, 2015: No entity may dispose of e-waste (electronics) as trash in New York State.
Click HERE to view notice from OCRRA.
Please visit these two sites for additional information regarding electronic disposal:
2014 Summary of Legislation Passed
Below is a link to a document produced by NYCOM (New York State Conference of Mayors & Municipal Officials:
2014 Summary of Legislation
Passed by Both Houses of the State Legislature
(as of January 6, 2015)
Villlage of Fayetteville Climate Action Plan
How Can We Reduce our Ecological Footprint?
What is Climate Change?
What Can Be Done In Fayetteville?
For answers to these questions and more -
take a look at the Village of Fayetteville's Climate Action Plan
History All Around Us
History All Around Us
Personal Memories of Green Lakes
On Display Now through the Holidays
at the Fayetteville Free Library
NYS DEC Cost Share Grants & The Fayetteville Example
Here is a link to an online article posted in a the Taking Roots blog
of the New York State Urban Forestry Council:
"NYS DEC Cost Share Grants & The Fayetteville Example"
(posted October 14, 2014)
Building Debris Policy
Please take note of the Village of Fayetteville's policy on Construction Debris Pickup
(as also outlined under Department of Public Works page - see Curbside Pick up)
Debris such as lumber, wood, wooden furniture, plastic pipe (4-ft max), plaster, drywall, and plumbing fixtures are PICKED UP ON THE LAST FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH ONLY.
Concrete, masonry, bricks, clean hard fill, dirt, rocks (55 lb. containers maximum) are PICKED UP ON THE 3RD FRIDAY OF EVERY MONTH ONLY.
Please click "continued" to review further details of the village policy on debris pickup...