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VILLAGE OF LOWVILLE

Municipal Building

5535 Bostwick St. - Lowville, New York  13367

Phone (315) 376-2834 / Fax (315) 376-2010

SPRINGTIME


  -  NEXT REGULAR VILLAGE BOARD MEETING -  WED. APRIL 19th, 2017 AT 5:00 PM

                       



VILLAGE OFFICE HOURS FOR PAYMENTS

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

Credit Card Payments:

We now offer the convenience of accepting credit cards for municipal payments. A third party convenience fee will apply to cardholders who wish to pay via credit card.  Such fee will be disclosed to cardholder at time of transaction with the option to decline the fee and make payments via cash or check.  This fee will be 2.45% of transaction ($3.00 minimum).  Payments may be made online or over the counter.  Online payments via this website for water/sewer payments and tax payments can be made here:

 

 

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VILLAGE JUSTICE

VILLAGE JUSTICE

COURT DATES

APRIL

Tues. April 4th -- 5:00 pm

Tues. April 11th -- 3:00 pm DA Night

Tues. April 18th -- 5:00 pm

Tues. April 25th -- 3:00 pm DA Night 

 



News:
SPRING CLEAN-UP
April 17, 2017

SPRING CLEAN-UP

 

The Village of Lowville Department of Public Works would like to announce that it will be conducting Spring Clean-Up beginning May 1, 2017, and ending May 22, 2017.  During this period, the Public Works Department will be picking up tree limbs, brush, leaves, and general yard debris that is placed at the curbside. The piles must be placed between the sidewalk and the street so that the equipment used can reach the material.  Do not place your debris in the street.

Please take note that only reasonably sized piles resulting from general winter damage and normal yard clean-up will be picked up by village crews.  Large piles resulting from the removal of trees, hedgerows and such by property owners will not be picked up by village crews.  Residents must make private arrangements to have these types of wastes removed from their property.

Please be sure that all piles of limbs, debris, brush, etc, are individually sorted.  Piles that are mixed together will not be picked up.

Please note that the Public Works Department has constructed debris disposal areas at our Sewage Treatment Plant outside the fence.  Residents may transport their own limbs, debris, leaves, brush, etc. to the Village Sewage Treatment Plant located on East State Street in the Village if they desire.  This may be done anytime during daylight hours during the spring and summer months.  There are signs located along the entrance drive to the Treatment Plant to direct residents to the disposal areas for such wastes at the plant.

Please do not place piles of limbs, debris, leaves, brush, etc. in the streets; doing so poses a serious safety hazard to motorists and pedestrians as well as acting to plug up the drainage inlets during rainstorms.

The Public Works Department wishes to thank you in advance for your full cooperation in this matter.  It is only through your cooperation that we will continue these services.

VILLAGE OF LOWVILLE - eCODE
March 16, 2016

VILLAGE OF LOWVILLE eCODE

The Municipal Code for the Village of Lowville is Now Available ! 

As part of the Village's overall efforts to improve services to our citizens, the Village has put its

complete municipal code online.  By simply going online, you can enter a keywork or two and

your search resuts will quickly locate the information you need.

If you have any questions or need assistance, email us at villow@nnymail.com or please call

us at 315-376-2834.

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