Town of Constantia and Village of Cleveland Residents Leaf Pick-up Program
On every Monday and Tuesday until it snows the town of Constantia and the village of Cleveland Highway Departments will be picking up leaves beginning October 20, 2014. The leaves must be by the roadside in a wind row or pile. Do not bag the leaves.
If you have any questions, please call Constantia Highway Superintendent Wayne Woolridge 882-4850 or 675-8264 or Cleveland Village Superintendent Rod Batte 935-3323.
The Village of Cleveland has added the ability to pay village water and sewer bills via credit card. Note that a 2.75% convenience fee applies for credit/debit card payments, and a $2.50 fee for e-check payments.
Village taxes may also be paid via credit card. Note that credit/debit card payments and e-check payments will also include a service fee.
The next regular meeting of the village board of the Village of Cleveland will be held on Tuesday, November 18 at 6:30 p.m. at the Cleveland Village Hall, 2 Clay Street, Cleveland, New York. Note that the meeting has been postponed by one week due to Veterans Day on Tuesday, November 11.
The minutes for the village board meeting for October 2014 have been posted to the Documents page.
The Contacts page has been updated.
Cleveland in the news:
- Syracuse Post-Standard, Tuesday, April 8, 2014 - Central Square school board votes to close Cleveland Elementary
The Village of Cleveland's Regular Board Meeting will now be held on the 2nd Tuesday of every month with the exception of holidays. Then the meeting will be held on the 3rd Tuesday.
Village of Cleveland Copies of the 2013 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report, prepared by the Oswego County Health Dept., are available at the Village Hall at 2 Clay Street, Cleveland, NY, during regular office hours Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (closed from 12:00-12:30 for lunch). Copies will be mailed out to all water customers. The report is also available on the Documents page.
Is your address number posted on your home or business where it can be clearly seen from the street? It's the law in Oswego County! ALL homeowners and businesses are required to have their assigned 9-1-1 address number posted on the structure where it can be clearly seen from the street. If the location of the structure makes it difficult to be seen from the street, the address number must be displayed on a post placed near the end of your driveway. Your address number displayed on your mailbox alone does not meet the requirements of this law.
In an emergency, seconds count! This law is intended to enable emergency services to locate your address quickly in an emergency.
The Cleveland Village Board and DPW superintendent would like to remind everyone to comply with Village Law #3 of 2004, Section 1:
There will be NO parking 2:00 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. on all roads and streets in the village whether State, County or Village roads and streets.
- Google Maps link to Cleveland Village Hall, 2 Clay Street, Cleveland, New York
- National Weather Service forecast for Cleveland, New York
- www.511ny.org transit conditions map (opens in new window)
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