WATER CONSERVATION ADVISORY
We just wanted you all to be conscious of your water usage this weekend as we experience the expected warm, dry weather.
Warm and dry weather causes a spike in demand for water in the town and we ask all of our water customers to please be mindful of your usage and help conserve water where and when possible.
If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to Water Superintendent Brian Prater at (585) 526-5251 Extension 7.
Thank You for your understanding and cooperation.
The Town of Seneca is 56-62% complete with the 2020 US Census! Let's keep raising that number!
Did you know that completing the Census each year has impacts on your community? We encourage you to complete the 2020 Census because this can help different organizations in your community get federal funding for things like school lunches, plans for highways, help for firefighters and families in need, and so much more! Click the link below. This will take you through the steps to complete your census today!
LIMITED PARK ACCESS
Access to the park in Seneca Castle will be limited until July 31, 2020. This will include adding a stone parking lot and walking path, construction of a covered pavilion, and installation of the Little Free Library and Seneca Castle School Bell Memorial. The asphalt basketball court will also be removed to make way for a concrete basketball/pickle-ball court that will be installed in phase two. Thank you for your patience and cooperation!
ARE YOU A SORTA?
Do you sorta recycle, but you're not always sure what can go in your bin? Ontario County has launched a new website to help you sort out your own recycling and waste diversion habits. Visit ontariocountyrecycles.org to sign up for regular updates and see what's new!
ONTARIO COUNTY LANDFILL CONCERNS?
To report concerns related to the Ontario County Landfill call 888-230-2004 or CLICK HERE to complete the form online. Logs from this service are used to track and improve landfill operations.
PAY WATER BILLS ONLINE!
(Click on the water spout below!)
October is our water re-levy month! This means that (since we don't shut water service off for non-payment) as of 10/31, any unpaid water bills for the year will roll over onto the property tax bill. Mailed payments need to be postmarked by 10/31. Quickpay does an automatic shut off on 10/31 as well. Quickpay will be back up and running for the January Billing.
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