VILLAGE OF LOWVILLE
5535 Bostwick St. - Lowville, New York 13367
Phone (315) 376-2834 / Fax (315) 376-2010
VILLAGE OFFICE HOURS
VILLAGE OFFICE HOURS:
MONDAY - FRIDAY: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm
WATER/SEWER BILLS - VILLAGE TAX PAYMENTS
Payments May Be Left In The DROP BOX To The Right Of The Door
Tues. Oct. 7th -- 5:00 pm
Tues. Oct. 14th -- 3:00 pm DA Night
Tues. Oct. 21st -- 5:00 pm
Tues. Oct. 28th -- 3:00 pm DA Night
September 23, 2014
The Village of Lowville Department of Public Works would like to announce that it will again be conducting Fall Clean-Up beginning September 29, 2014 and running through November 3, 2014. During this period the DPW crews will be picking up tree limbs, brush, leaves, and general yard debris that is placed at curbside.
Village residents are reminded that the Village now has a site, open from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. each day during the normal work week, where such wastes can be transported to, in your own vehicle. The site is located at the Village wastewater treatment facility on East State St. ONLY Village residents will be allowed access to the site. The Village is only able to accept branches or trees that are less than 8 inches in diameter. No stumps will be accepted.
Residents are also reminded that all piles of limbs, debris, leaves, brush, etc. to be picked up at the curb must be kept individually sorted. Any piles found to be mixed together will not be picked up by Village crews. Please note that only reasonably sized brush piles will be picked up by village crews. Large piles resulting from the removal of trees, shrubbery and hedgerows are the responsibility of the property owner. Residents must make private arrangements to have these types of wastes removed from their property. After November 3, 2014, no further pick-up of any items will occur again until Monday April 20, 2015.
The Department would like to additionally remind residents that it is illegal to pile brush, limbs, debris and leaves beyond the curb line of the street, in any ditch line, or in any part of the street itself. Residents may be fined for placing such items in the streets; this poses a serious safety hazard to motorists and pedestrians as well as acting to plug up the drainage facilities during rainstorms. The DPW wishes to thank you in advance for your full cooperation in this matter. It is only through your cooperation that we can continue these services.
2013 ANNUAL WATER QUALITY REPORT
May 06, 2014
Please click to read the Village of Lowville 2013 Annual Water Quality Report