Upcoming Meetings Zoning Board Meeting: Monday, July 10th from 7:00 PM at Marcham Hall. Board of Trustees Meeting: Monday, July 17th from 7:00 PM at Marcham Hall.
All agendas will be posted once available.
Summer Movie Nights at the Fire Station
The Sandlot will be playing at the Cayuga Heights Fire Station tonight (June 27th), rain or shine. The movie will begin at 7:00. Dos Amigos will have their food truck out by 6:00. Hope to see you there! More>>
Village of Cayuga Heights Zoning Law Revision
The Board of Trustees will discuss changes to our zoning law during the summer Board meetings. We have flipped the order of the Articles we are considering since two Board members will be absent for the July meeting and the entire Board will be present for the August meeting. The July meeting will look at Administration and Enforcement, Site Plan Review, Subdivisions, Special Use Permits, and the Zoning Board of Appeals. In August they will discuss the different zones and the allowed uses in each zone (Articles 2-9). This will include short-term rentals. Residents may comment on any of these topics during "Privilege of the Floor" or send comments to email@example.com. Public hearings will begin at the September Board of Trustees meeting. Click here to learn more.
June 23rd eNewsBlast
Correction regarding Friday, June 23rdeNewsBlast: ZBA Meeting is schedualed for July 10th, NOT July 3rd.
New Village Seal
The Board approved a new offical seal for the Village of Cayuga Heights during June 19th's Board of Trustees Meeting. More>>
Village Taxes Due June 30th
Tax bills should have arrived in your mailbox and are due no later than June 30th for on-time payments. There is a secure drop box located just outside the main entrance if you would like to drop your payment off after hours. If you have not received your Village taxes by now, please contact our office at 607-257-1238 ext.100. Click here for more information.
Short Term Rentals Clarification
Discussions during “Privilege of the Floor” at the May 15th Board of Trustees meeting indicated that there are misconceptions concerning the legality of short-term rentals in the Village. Both an understanding of the Village’s current Zoning Ordinance and ongoing discussion of the proposed changes are necessary before the revisions are finalized. More>>
Tompkins County Bicentennial Walk and Talks
As part of this year's county Bicentennial celebration, stroll and explore selected landmarks in Tompkins County this summer. Visit historicithaca.org to learn more!