No Debris Pickup in NOVEMBER; only leaves:
The village will be trying a new leaf pickup program this fall.
The whole month of November all brush, C& D, hard fill pick up will be suspended and the village will concentrate on leaf pickup only.
We are trying it this year to see if we can stay ahead of mother nature and enhance our village-wide leaf pickup program. Please be aware that this is a trial basis. If it works the village will continue it; if not, we will make the adjustments needed to make it better for the 2021 season.
Highbridge & Route 5 Proposal (Waterside Commons):
The Board of Trustees is reviewing a Planned Unit Development (PUD) proposal for a mixed-use development to include commercial space and residential units. Review of this matter is intended to continue at the December 14th Trustees meeting.
Here is most recent submissions for mixed use development at corner of Highbridge St and Route 5:
Site Plan dated 10.28.2020
East-South Elevations Highbridge Commons Oct.2020
West-North Elevations Highbridge Commons Oct.2020
Click HERE for link to previously submitted 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 ...
Proposal for 547 E Genesee Property:
There is a proposal before the Planning Board for a mixed use commercial redevelopment of the former O'Brien & Gere site at 547 East Genesee Street. The matter was tabled at the June 2020 planning board meeting. As of November 2020 the applicants requested a continuation until further notice, so at this time there is no update or new information available.
Click HERE to review some of the 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 ...
Salt Springs sidewalk and bridge completed:
We are pleased to confirm that the sidewalk project along Salt Springs Street has been completed. The final phase of installing the pedestrian bridge has been finished and we are pleased to see that many are using this feature. Thank you for your patience during this project.
Village Planning Board Chair Awarded John Cross Award:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Barbara Samel, Executive Director
Jane Rice Awarded New York Planning Federation’s
John O. Cross Award for Planning Board Chair
Honoring Over Two Decades of Service on the Village of Fayetteville’s Planning Board
Each year, the New York Planning Federation (NYPF) celebrates outstanding achievements and excellence in the fields of planning, zoning and land use practice in New York State. Awards are normally presented at the NYPF Annual Conference. This year, the awards are being presented virtually. The John O. Cross ...
Updates for Coulter Park:
The Village of Fayetteville Board of Trustees held an informational meeting at Coulter Park on Monday, August 31, 2020 to discuss proposed plans for Coulter Park as given by the Village Parks Commission.
CLICK HERE to see proposed updates for Coulter Park.
Senior Center Renovations Making Progress:
The Senior Center renovations (courtesy of a number of grants) are moving along nicely! Plans include restoring the original front porch (seen in this vintage photo).
Here are pics of before, during and the proposed end result.
CNY Stormwater Newsletter:
CNY STORMWATER NEWSLETTER October 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.
Click HERE to see that current MS4 REPORT for 2019-2020.
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.
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: