Vendors Sought for 5th Taste of Wayne County Event. Click here for more information.

Request For Proposals:Cemetery Mowing Bid Package

MANDATORY WATER CONSERVATION LIFTED:  The mandatory water conservation notice issued on May 11, 2022 for the planned shutdown of the Village’s Water Treatment Plant to install new water valves on the raw water transmission line has been lifted on May 12, 2022. The work was completed on May 11, 2022 and the mandatory water conservation is no longer required. For more information regarding this notice, contact the Village of Newark at 315-331-4770 or the NYS Department of Health at 315-789-3030.

​GOVERNOR HOCHUL ANNOUNCES CREATION OF THE NEW YORK STATE OFFICE OF STRATEGIC WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT New Office Will Target State's Workforce Development Efforts Toward Regional Businesses' Needs and Workers' Long-Term Success.  Businesses Please Take survey to share your input.

Newark’s “Color our Community Pride Day” is scheduled for Saturday, May 21, 2022 -The Village’s 16th Annual Community Pride Day clean up is set for May 21, 2022. This year’s theme is once again “Color our Community with Pride.”  Volunteers are needed to help beautify our community by planting flowers, pulling weeds and cleaning up litter. Community volunteers will assemble in the parking lot on the south side of T. Spencer Knight Park east of Pontillo’s (in the municipal parking lot on Route 31) where volunteers will receive their assignments.  The village cleanup and flower planting will take place between 10:00 AM to Noon.  The work crews will clean the canal banks, parks, canal trails, area around old locks 58 and 59, parking lots, village streets, and wherever debris removal is necessary. Volunteers will also plant flowers around the village in designated areas. If still necessary, we will make sure we are social distancing.  Last year, many volunteers did a terrific job of coloring our community with hundreds of beautiful flowers! 

We believe it can be a catalyst to showcase incredible volunteer spirit as it instills civic pride in our community. This year, Community Pride Day will again include a village-wide floral planting effort! Residents, schools and village businesses are invited to join the effort.  We encourage you to get out and help make our community sparkle by cleaning up trash and planting colorful flowers around your own home yards and business storefronts this spring.  

In support of the effort to help beautify our community, the following retail businesses are offering discounts for Village of Newark residents: HEP Sales/North Main Lumber/Builder’s Bargain Outlet: 10% off any exterior product purchased from HEP Builder’s Bargain Outlet (May 15th to June 15th), Plassche Lumber: 20% off all house paint and painting accessories (May 17th to May 31st), Q’s Landscape Enterprise, Inc.: Free 6-pack of 2.6 fl. oz. synthetic 50:1 mixture with purchase of any Stihl gas powered equipment. (May 17th to June 2nd), Secor Home and Hardware Center: Paint, lawn and garden, and plant specials.

A prize of $200 will be awarded to the most colorful Newark business exterior and $200 will be awarded to the most colorful Newark resident’s front yard.  To enter your business or home, call Robbin Bremer at (315) 226-8105.  Registration must be received by Wednesday, May 18, 2022, 1:00 PM. Judging will take place May 23, 2022.  Let’s show each other that we are proud to live here and do business in Newark.

The 2022 Newark “Color our Community Pride Day” is sponsored by Wal-Mart, Secor Home and Hardware Center, HEP Sales/North Main Lumber/Builder’s Bargain Outlet, Plassche Lumber, Q’s Landscape Enterprise, Inc., Newark Rotary Club, Newark Garden Club, the Greater Newark Chamber of Commerce, and the Village of Newark.  For any questions or to sign up to as a volunteer, call Robbin Bremer at 315-226-8105.​

There will be a public hearing for the budget on Tuesday April 12th.

​​2021 Exemption Impact Report​
2023 Minimum Legal Level Proposed Budget​​

Residents are asked to place their yard debris curbside (not in the street) in a pile (no bags) and the Village Public Work Crews will begin pickup on April 25th, as their work schedule allows.  No yard debris should be placed at curb until a week before this date.
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.

Low Income Household Water Assistance Program​      Applicant Checklist

Request for Proposal: Blue Cut Road Culvert Replacement Project

​​With the first major snowfall behind us, just a friendly reminder that snow removal from the sidewalks is the property owner’s responsibility. Sidewalks shall be cleared within 24 hours after the snow event. Please do not push snow on the sidewalks or into the roadways or pile snow in areas that results in reduce visibility at intersections. If you have any questions, please contact the Village Office at 315-331-4770.

​Wayne County Landlords Eligible for Legal Assistance​

Please fill out a Community Needs Assessment Survey for the Wellness in Newark Coalition.  Thank you.​

​​​Everyone enjoys a good fireworks display, BUT in the village amongst neighbors, nearby residences and the many pets in a neighborhood may not.  Many village residents had negatives experiences due to the debris in pools, on decks and roofs, their pets anxiety due to explosions from neighbors use of ILLGEAL firework displays.   Last year during the Fourth of July weekend due to illegal fireworks and their improper use, disposal and fireworks there were fires in garbage totes, vehicles and buildings resulting in damage.
            The use of legal fireworks should be limited to adults over the age of 18, in outdoor areas away from buildings or flammable items, on a solid surface to prevent tipping, NOT in yards or fields where sparks may ignite a fire. After a firework is completed or does NOT ignite, place in a bucket of water to ensure it cannot start a fire when disposed of.  DO NOT placed ANY fireworks, used or unused fireworks in fires or firepits as any unused powder may ignite.
            With the yearly pop up of fireworks tents throughout the village and upcoming Fourth of July weekend, a reminder to use New York legal fireworks only.  New York LEGAL fireworks are basic ground sparkling devices from cones or tubes, no aerial display or explosions.  Not all fireworks in New York State are legal,  a quick reminder is that any firework that shoots up into the sky, emits a display and or has explosion or is a sparkler on a metal wire is ILLEGAL.  The possession, use of illegal fireworks in New York and within the village can result in the arrest, fine or jail time.  Enjoy a safe and legal firework Fourth of July!

Ground-based or hand held sparkling devices including cylindrical fountains, cone fountains, and wood sparklers/dipped sticks; party poppers, snappers.

Aerial consumer fireworks, 500 gram displays, firecrackers and chasers, skyrockets, roman candles, bombs, and metal wire sparklers.

​​Small Business Relief Program Information

SCAM ALERT: A Newark resident has reported that he was contacted by phone, 315 area code, for a donation to the Newark Police Department.  The caller indicated he was with the Newark Police Department, requesting a donation by credit or debit card.  When the resident indicated he would donate directly and refused to give the card information, the caller hung up.

The Village of Newark Police Department nor the Newark Police Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association are not soliciting for donations, especially through the use of credit/debit cards.  Do NOT give out your credit/debit card information on these calls.  Contact the Newark Police Department if you have received these calls.

Due to major capital projects that will provide long term economic benefit to Newark, the Village of Newark tax rate for the Proposed Budget for Fiscal Year 2022 will increase 1.90%. This will be only the third time in the last nine years that there has been any increase in the tax rate. There will also be rate increases for the Water and Sewer billings.  Click here for more information.​

As we continue to remove the “pause” on businesses in the Finger Lakes region, I would like to reintroduce you to NYSDOL’s Shared Work Program, a smart alternative to layoffs. As businesses begin to reopen, they can bring employees off of full Unemployment Insurance and onto the plan. There are a couple of new features of the program that I have highlighted below. Please share this information with all business (for-profit, non-profit businesses, government, etc.) interested in our Department’s #1 layoff aversion tool, as we continue to work to help businesses retain their skilled workforce. Click here for more information.

​​​​​Village of Newark Pandemic Operations Plan​​

Wayne County is updating the Parks and Recreationways Plan. A public survey is open to Wayne County residents, visitors and stakeholders. Please take a few minutes to fill out the survey.

​2020 Exemption Impact Report

2022 Minimum Legal Level Proposed Budget

Watch out for motorcycles!

Pursuant to Village Law § 5-508 (3) a public hearing on the “PROPOSED” budget for FY 2022 of the Village of Newark is scheduled for Tuesday, April 6, 2021 at 6:00 p.m. in the Village Court Room, 2nd Floor Municipal Building, 100 East Miller St. Newark.

Warning about car thieves.  Please click here for more information!

Check out these digital workshops, including on on the Payroll Protection Program (PPP)!

​​​​​New York State has partnered with Google to Develop a Find Services Site that compiles resources for Residents New York State has partnered with Google to Develop a Find Services Website for the Residents of New York State. It has become increasingly aware that many more residents were/are in need of social services but unaware how to go about finding services that may be of use to them. This website allows users to easily and quickly find services that they need.  Take a survey here: and the website will pull a list of services you may qualify for based on your responses  Discover all services through this link: This can prove to be an incredibly helpful resource to employees, families and seniors as they navigate the coming months of unknown during the pandemic.​

New Yorkers can now take free online courses through Coursera. In partnership with Coursera, we launched a free online platform for New Yorkers to learn new job skills, earn certificates and advance their careers. At a time when unemployment has risen due to the pandemic, we hope these online courses will help New Yorkers get back on their feet. So, whether you're unemployed, underemployed, or are simply interested in learning new skills, check it out and sign up

We understand that these are difficult financial times, and the Village of Newark would like to work with you to make arrangements to help you get your water/sewer account paid. If you are able to pay the outstanding amount of your bill, you can mail us a check, money order, or bank check to: 100 East Miller Street, Newark, New York 14513. Our office is also open to receive payment by cash, check, money order or bank check. You can also utilize the online payment option through our third party provider, Paymentus, who charge a $3.95 fee per $500.00 transaction.

If payment is not possible at this time due to financial hardship caused by COVID-19, please call us so that we can make an arrangement for you to pay the outstanding bill some time by March 8, 2021. Your water, by NYS law, cannot be shut off if you are a RESIDENTIAL customer and who has experienced "a change in financial circumstances due to the COVID-19 state of emergency." By law, you do not have to enter into a payment agreement in order to be protected from service termination before March 31, 2021.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions.

Jonathan Taylor, Mayor, Village of Newark, New York

Village of Newark

100 E Miller Street

Newark, NY 14513
Telephone Number: 315-331-4243

​​Effective immediately, Veterans can ride regular route service for free in any of the counties served by the Regional Transit Service simply displaying their Veterans Outreach Center ID upon boarding.  The counties served by the Regional Transit Service include Wayne, Seneca, Ontario, Livingston, Wyoming, Genesee, Orleans and Monroe.​ Click here for more information.

REMINDER: The Village of Newark Code prohibits parking on all Village streets from 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. from November 1st through March 31st. Please note: any parking restrictions specific to an individual street (currently or voted on by the Board in the future) will still apply.

Village of Newark playgrounds are now open!  Safe distancing and hand washing are strongly encouraged. Please note:
Covid-19 Disclosure
Playgrounds are now open dawn to dusk
Please observe social distancing
Equipment and restrooms are NOT regularly sanitized
Use at your own risk

​​Please note:  After no rise in taxes for the last 6 of 7 years, the Village of Newark tax rate will now increase 1.75 % to $13.665196 per $1000 of assessed value. Also, effective June 1, 2020, the water rate for Village users is increasing to $2.64 per thousand gallons of water used, and the sewer fee is increasing to $11.40 per thousand gallons of water used. 

​​​​The Village of Newark Code regarding parking on all streets within the Village has changed. Previously, no one was allowed to park on any street from 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. at any time of the year. The new Code prohibits parking on all Village streets from 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. for November 1st through March 31st only. The parking restriction has been lifted from April 1st to October 31st.  Please note: any parking restrictions specific to an individual street (currently or voted on by the Board in the future) will still apply.

​​Regarding COVID-19: Resources for Small Businesses including re-opening tips and funding.

Notice of Collection of Taxes

​​NYSEG/DDS will be working in the Newark area. Please read this important information regarding their project!

CDC Instructions for making your own mask.

​​​​​​​​​Many are using more cleaning products during the pandemic.  Please see the following guidelines for what should and shouldn't be flushed.  Don't flush these!

Much of Monroe County's Covid-19 Resource Nagivator for Businesses applies to Wayne County Businesses as well.

Click here for tips on Corona Virus Aid Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES) and Families First Corona Virus Response Act (FFCRA)

Was your job affected by the Corona Virus?  Click here to find out about the Cares Act.


If you are looking for information on Covid-19, please go to the Wayne County Public Health's website or Rochester Regional Health'swebsite,  New York State's website, or the Center for Disease Control's website.

​​​​​The Wayne County Business Council shared this information for small business loans available due to Covid-19.

Reminder: It is a illegal to deposit snow into a roadway. This includes plowing snow out of a driveway into and across the road. Please refer to New York State Vehicle and Traffic law, Section 1219 and Village of Newark Code, Chapter 145 for more information.

​​Remember to stop for the busses!  The police will be patrolling in the school areas.  Click here for more information!  The fines and consequences are described here!

Help Our Community Eradicate the Drug Epidemic.  Turn in Opiates and any other drugs to the Newark Police Department 24/7 365.  

​​Wayne County 911 can now accept texts.  Please click here for more information!

​​​​​*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

Small Business Workshops

Important Notices