VILLAGE AWARDED "SAFE ROUTE TO SCHOOL" GRANT FROM NEW YORK STATE
On April 24th, Governor Cuomo announced $6.5 million in funding to support transportation enhancements in the Southern Tier, including $535,000 to the Village of Cayuga Heights for the Walking Safe pedestrian accessibility enhancement program. To view full article, please click here and to view the concept sketch, please click here.
Trash Tag Rate Increase
For the first time in 25 years, the cost of trash tags will be increasing on June 1. The new rate will be $18/sheet of 12 tags. The Clerk's office can accept cash, checks or credit card payments (with a service fee) and is open Monday-Friday 9 AM to 4:30 PM. Trash tags that have been previously purchased may still be used.
May Water Bills
Second quarter water bills will be sent during the first week of May. Water bills are due by Monday, May 20th. Water payments (with account number written on the memo line) may be mailed to 836 Marcham Hall or dropped in the secure drop box located outside the main entrance. Online payments may also be made with a minimal service charge. Please visit our water and sewer page to pay online. You may find answers to some frequently asked questions here.
The 2019-2020 Adopted Village Budget
The 2019-2020 Village Budget was approved and the Adopted Village Budget may be viewed here.
Changes to Material Accepted for Recycling in Tompkins County
Changes to the recycling materials have led Tompkins County and its contracted vendor, Casella Recycling, to make adjustments in the county's recycling program. More>>