Memorial Day 2020:
Gone but not forgotten.
Fayetteville may not have had a parade but we always have a ceremony to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Wishing all a safe Memorial Day weekend. Please take time to remember and reflect on the sacrifices made by those who lost their lives in service, as well as our veterans, active duty military, and their families. Thank you for your service.
NO debris pickup; only Trash & Recycling until further notice:
---TRASH AND RECYCLING PICK UP BEGINS AT 7 AM* TUES, WED, THURS---
(*Please be sure to have your trash/recycling at curb BY 7 AM. Thank you.)
**THE DPW SCHEDULE MODIFIED so that ONLY Trash & Recycling pickup will continue until further notice. Limited Leaf/brush pickup may occur when feasible.
There will be NO BUILDING & DEBRIS PICKUP at the end of this month. Please help us by not putting any debris to the curb until further notice.
We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work with limited resources at this time.
Village Election SEPTEMBER 15, 2020:
In an effort to keep New Yorkers safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo issued an executive order delaying village elections statewide.
Per Executive Order by NYS Governor, the village elections have been rescheduled for Tuesday, September 15, 2020.
Highbridge & Route 5 Proposal (Waterside Commons):
The Board of Trustees will continue its review of the proposal at their next scheduled meeting Tuesday, May 26, 2020. The board will begin to review SEQR in regards to the requested zone change application. This step will take more than one meeting to be completed. Please continue to check upcoming meeting agendas.
Click HERE for link to documents on this project.
Dear Residents of Village of Fayetteville:
We have been working with the developer to either fix and clean up the buildings or tear them down at the corner of Highbridge & Route 5 . We are happy to see the developer start to work on having the buildings torn down on the site in the lower village, but no approvals have been granted . The review process with the village board,planning ...
Proposal for 547 E Genesee Property:
Currently there is a new proposal before the Planning Board for commercial redevelopment of the former O'Brien & Gere site at 547 East Genesee Street.
Click HERE to review some of the currently submitted documents.
Below are links to document(s) received pertaining to the Environmental Impact Statement submitted to the Village of Fayetteville in regards to the previously proposed Fayetteville Apartments project at 547 East Genesee Street.
Final EIS for Fayetteville Village Apartments [July 2019]
Village of Fayetteville Prologue to FEIS [August 9, 2019]
Village of Fayetteville Resolution deeming FEIS complete [August 9, 2019]
CNY Stormwater Newsletter & Survey:
CNY STORMWATER NEWSLETTER APRIL 2020
The Village of Fayetteville is a long-standing member of the CNY Stormwater Coalition, a 30-member intermunicipal organization that is committed to water quality improvement and protection.
The CNY Stormwater Coalition believes that everyone has a role in keeping our surface waters clean and healthy. As an organization, we are committed to providing information that supports water protection through informed personal choices. To be effective, we need to hear from you. Please take a few minutes to complete our online survey. Your responses will help us deliver useful and interesting information in a format that meets your lifestyle and addresses your interests. The survey takes approximately 5 minutes to complete but will help us shape ...
An inspirational video to boast your mood:
The PinckneyHugo group put together an inspirational video on how and why we’ll get through this pandemic. The video includes a couple local Fayetteville landmarks too.
Playground Equipment Closed until Further Notice:
5/22/2020 At this time we do not have any update as to when the playground equipment will be available to the public.
Effective Sunday 3/22/2020, all playground equipment will be off limits. The parks remain open at this time but the equipment found in Washington, Coulter and Canal Landing Parks will be closed off in support of social distancing. You will find this policy in effect for NYS Parks such as Green Lakes as well Dewitt and City of Syracuse. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding during these trying times.
Village Hall Visitors by Appointment Only:
The municipal hall building may open after June 1st. Best to call the village office before stopping by.
Due to the COVID-19, the Village of Fayetteville Village Hall will be closed to visitors effective Monday, March 16th. Any business will be conducted by appointment only by calling the village office at (315) 637-9864. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your patience as we work through this situation.
Information on COVID-19:
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Update
Information, and frequently asked questions regarding COVID-19 can be found on the Onondaga County Health Department website, use the link below to access the site. In addition, the Onondaga County Health Department is posting regular COVID-19 updates on Facebook Live, use the link below to access the site.
From the Onondaga County Health Department website you can access links to the New York State Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) websites. Both of these websites contain important information about COVID-19 and the things you can do to be prepared in the event of community spread. The Town of Manlius Police Department encourages you to only use official sources for accurate ...
Check Out this Video featuring our Mayor!:
Click on the video link to see a public service announcement featuring our very own Mayor Mark Olson, highlighting the importance of a village community:
Plastic Bags sold as Trash Bags are NOT Banned:
In response to questions received regarding the ban on plastic bags, the ban does NOT include bags sold as Trash Bags. You may continue to use plastic trash/garbage bags for your weekly trash collection. There are some plastic bags that are exempt.
Click on this link for more information: https://www.dec.ny.gov/chemical/117781.html Bag Waste Reduction Law for details
Or click here to an informative article by Syracuse.com: