Important Notices:

Request for Bids  for Main Street (NY Route 88) Highway Improvement Project & Route 31 (West Union Street) over Military Brook Culvert Replacement


As a necessary step to prepare for replacing the utilities underneath, NYSEG will begin removing additional trees along South Main Street beginning as early as Monday, January 22, 2018. Once the South Main Street project is complete, new trees will be planted. 


There will be a special hearing on Village Code Sections 90, 113, 134, and 149.  Click here for more information.

​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.  


​​​​Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips and Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Symptoms

Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2018

Foreclosure Prevention and Help

Home Energy Audit and Grant

How to Protect Yourself from Ticks and Mosquitoes

Important Lead Paint Removal Information

​​Outside Village Water - Meter Pit and Maintenance

Property Maintenance and Swimming Pool Notice



The Village of Newark

Welcome to Newark, a village in Western New York State, located on the beautiful Erie Canal, and home to approximately 9,000 residents. Its convenient location, only 15 minutes from two New York State Thruway exits, makes it easy to offer a full complement of services more typically found in larger communities. Newark's shops, hospital, college, and excellent schools are among its amenities.  

​​​​​​​In the News:


Business Profile:  Craft 120


Dear Newark Supporter,
Please help out our children who have little to no playground at Perkins Elementary by visiting the link below and voting every day between February 15th and March 15th.  Most of our current playground has been condemned and the remaining parts are not ADA accessible for the 44 students who attend a BOCES program in our building.   We are a small, rural, high needs school, so every vote for us counts!!!!! 

The link to vote is here:
https://www.culturelle.com/ProjectPlayground

Perkins Elementary School of Newark Central School District was selected to be one of five finalists for a chance to win a national grant to receive $100,000 to win a new playground!

The winner out of the five finalists will be determined by who receives the most votes.

Everyone is permitted to vote one time per day between February 15th and March 15th.

If you have friends, family, colleagues or acquaintances anywhere in the world, please forward this link to them, so they can vote for our children, as well.  Please also help us out by sending out reminders to them to vote daily.

For many of our kids, the only recreation they get is by going to the playground.  Our playground is a place of play, it is a place for community, it is a place of pride.  Please help us come together to live up to our district motto, that we strive to serve “every student, every day!”  Here’s to voting and voting often.




SAVE THESE DATES!!!   June 15th, 2018 will be the Wine and Artisan Festival and July 17th, 2018 will be the 2nd Annual Taste of Wayne County.  Both events will take place at T. Spencer Knight Park along the Erie Canal.  Details will follow closer to the events.




​​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 First Choice Electric Supply 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.