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There are plans in the coming months to begin several projects around the Village. There will be a complete reconstruction of Route 88 South, from the canal bridge on the north to Rose Drive on the south. Also, there will be an LED lighting upgrade underway throughout the Village, and upgrades to the East Avenue Bridge. The final project will involve the replacement of the culvert under West Union Street near Colacino Electric and the Canal View Family Restaurant.
In an effort to keep our residents updated on these projects the Newark Village Board is encouraging residents and business owners to sign up now for Nixle to receive email updates on information pertaining to road closures, detours and other related items. Sign up! For desktops, simply click the tab on the left reading “Sign Up for Community Alerts” and follow the instructions. For mobile devices, scroll down to “Quick Links” and click on “Receive Community Alerts”.
We understand that it may be difficult at times to travel through these areas, however we ask for your patience and to know that these upgrades to our infrastructure are necessary to ensure a continued high quality of life within our Village. If anyone has any concerns or questions please feel free to contact us at (315)-331-4770.
Business owners may be interested in these workshops conducted by Rochester SCORE.
Click here to see recent projects within the Village of Newark.
Happy New Year to the residents of the Village of Newark. Unfortunately, it looks like winter is here to stay. For the safety of our residents and for the visitors to our Village we would like to remind property owners that it is the responsibility of the owner and occupant, of every parcel of real estate adjoining a public sidewalk, whether the parcel of real estate is occupied by a structure or not, to keep such sidewalks adjoining such property free from snow and ice and for the full paved width of such sidewalk pursuant to Chapter 145 of the Village of Newark Code. We appreciate your cooperation in this matter and would look like to wish everyone a happy and safe winter season.
Fall Leaf and Brush curbside pick up has ended until the spring. If you have brush or leaves to dispose of in the mean time, you may drop them off at the DPW, 100 Wood Lane, in the designated area.