Attention: The last day to put out yard debris is May 31st. Crews will make one last pickup starting on this date. This is a “one and done” pickup, meaning once we complete a street, we will not be back until the fall pickup. Any debris that has to be disposed of after this date will be the responsibility of the resident. Residents can bring yard debris to the DPW, located at 100 Wood Lane. Yard debris is considered leaves, grass clippings, shrubs and branches no larger than 6 inches in diameter and 3 feet long.
Public Awareness Announcement: Fake $100 bills have surfaced. Please click here to see how you can determine if your $100 bill is fake. Picture of Suspect
The Newark Police Department has become aware of incidents in which a person is misrepresenting themselves as a Village of Newark Code Enforcement Officer. This person then performs a property inspection and advises the owners of violations. Residents are reminded that any Village of Newark Code Enforcement Officer, Department of Public Works or Water Department employee will have an identification badge with their name and picture on it. If any resident feels wary or unsure of any person who shows up on their doorstep with or without identification, contact 911 and the Newark Police Department will respond to confirm the identity of these persons. If anyone feels they may have been approached by a person requesting a property inspection or any information regarding this investigation or any other suspicious activity, please contact the Village of Newark Police Department at 315-331-3701. Click here for more information.
Village of Newark Requests Resident Input For Downtown Revitalization Initiative $10 Million Application...The Village of Newark invites residents to attend the Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI), Community Engagement event Wednesday, May 15th at Newark High School, in the LGI starting at 6:00 p.m. The Village of Newark is excited to be submitting a 2019 DRI application and hosting a public engagement opportunity to collect community input. The DRI is a statewide competition in which one winner in each of the state’s 10 Regional Economic Development Council’s will receive $10 million in State funding for local development. “We want to hear from local residents and invite their feedback to enhance our application,” said Mayor Jonathan Taylor, “Please join us this Wednesday!”
Wayne County 911 can now accept texts. Please click here for more information!
LED Street and Outdoor Lighting:
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DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS SPRING DEBRIS REMOVAL PROGRAM: The Village Public Work Crews will begin pickup on May 1st, as their work schedule allows. No yard debris should be placed at curb until a week before this date. At that time, residents are asked to place their yard debris curbside (not in the street) in a pile (no bags). The last day to put out debris is May 31. Crews will make one last pickup starting on this date. This is a “one and done” pickup, meaning once we complete a street, we will not be back until the fall pickup. Any debris that has to be disposed of before and after our spring pickup will be the responsibility of the resident. Residents can bring yard debris to the DPW, located at 100 Wood Lane. Yard debris is considered leaves, grass clippings, shrubs and branches no larger than 6 inches in diameter and 3 feet long. We would like to thank you for your cooperation and please feel free to call 315-331-4770 if you have any additional questions.
The Wayne County Industrial Development Agency, in conjunction with the Village of Newark, would like to recognize small businesses (less than 500 employees) that are celebrating 25 years or more in business. If you know of a business that should be included in this recognition, please contact Mark Peake at 315-331-4773 ext. 106.
Please take note that the Animal Control Officer can be reached at (315)-952-1920.
Final Budget for Fiscal Year 2019
*Don't forget that the Wastewater Treatment Plant, located at 321 Murray Street, has free compost available Monday through Friday, between 7:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Please bring your own container.
Carbon Monoxide Safety Tips and Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Symptoms
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