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March 24, 2020

Due to Budgetary Constraints the Village Board is suspending the Park Program

this season and will revisit budget provisions for the 2021-2022 season. It was 

a very hard but necessary decision.  

March 17, 2020
March 17, 2020

The Village Board Meetings are still as scheduled. Public Attendance will 

be restricted and at the discretion of Mayor Friedlander. 

March 17, 2020
Planning and Zoning Board Meetings have been temporarily suspended until further notice.
Whitesboro Water Warriors Resident Meeting
February 27, 2020

Tonight's meeting has been cancelled due to the weather. 

Reschedule date TBD. 

Whitesboro Water Warriors Resident Meeting
February 27, 2020

Whitesboro Residents impacted by the floods will meet at the Whitesboro MS Auditorium at 7:00PM

Local Officials of Whitesboro, Whitestown and NYS Officials have been invited to attend.

The meeting is intended to be a Q&A Platform for residents seeking information about property buy-outs. 

December 16, 2019

If your regular pick up for garbage/ recycling is on (Wednesday)

Christmas and (Wednesday) New Years Day, your pickup will be

on Thursday, December 26 & Thursday, January 2 after the holidays. 

Garbage Collection Independence Day Reschedule
May 31, 2019
Garbage will be collected Wednesday, July 3rd for the regular July 4th pick up schedule.
April 30, 2019

Over the next few months you will see members of the Oneida County Soil & Water Conservation Department in and around the village working to identify, measure and categorize the trees in our village. The Village of Whitesboro is a recipient of the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation's Urban Forestry Grant. This grant covers the inventory of all the trees in the village owned parks and street sides and will allow for tree management goals in the future. Having this inventory and management plan will also help our community play a part in nature conservation by identifying early stages of tree disease or insect problems such as the Emerald Ash Borer.  

Office Hours
April 10, 2018
As of 5/1/2018, the office hours will be 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Snow Removal and sidewalks
January 19, 2018

Reminder that home owners and business owners are responcible to keep the sidewalks in front of their property free and clear of snow and ice. This includes not depositing snow across sidewalks or in the roadways during plowing of driveways.


[Added 4-12-1920 ; amended 12-8-1986 by L.L. No. 1-1986 ] No person shall shovel, plow or push any snow or ice upon the traveled portion of any Village street or upon sidewalks in the Village.



§ 244-16Sidewalk maintenance.
The owner or occupant of every property shall keep and maintain the existing sidewalks adjoining his premises in a safe and passable condition and shall keep the sidewalks free from snow, ice, dirt, filth, weeds and other obstructions.
Road Closure
August 29, 2017

Clinton Street will be closed  Wed. August 30th between Lennon Place and Tharratt Ave from 8:30 AM to 2 PM for road work

July 10, 2017
Tonights monthly Village Board meeting has been moved to the firehouse at 171 Oriskany Blvd, 6PM
DFS Mobile Command Center at Whitesboro Fire Department Beginning July 5
July 04, 2017

For Immediate Release: 7/4/2017
State of New York | Executive Chamber
Andrew M. Cuomo | Governor


DFS Mobile Command Center at Whitesboro Fire Department Beginning July 5 

DFS Office Hours at Hoosick Falls Armory Beginning July 5

Governor Encourages New Yorkers to Call the NYS Disaster Hotline for Latest Information at 1-800-339-1759

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that a Department of Financial Services Mobile Command Center will be deployed to Whitesboro, Oneida County on Wednesday, July 5 and trained staff will be available at the Hoosick Falls Armory to provide insurance help to residents affected by flooding. Additional personnel and emergency resources from the Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Services and the Department of Environmental Conservation have also been deployed to Rensselaer and Oneida counties to assess damage and help communities recover.

“Flooding this weekend has hit Hoosick Falls and Oneida County particularly hard – and deploying these resources will help affected New Yorkers get back on their feet as quickly as possible,” Governor Cuomo said. “I encourage anyone with questions to meet with trained experts from the Department of Financial Services this week and get information needed to file insurance claims, assess damaged property and recover from this latest extreme weather event."

Mobile Command Center in Oneida County

To continue the state’s efforts in helping residents recover from recent flooding, the Governor has deployed a DFS Mobile Command Center in Whitesboro. Residents who are not able to visit the Mobile Command Center can call the Department's Disaster Hotline at 1-800-339-1759, Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 p.m. for help with insurance-related issues.

DFS staff will be available to provide information and assist homeowners and residents with questions and concerns relating to mortgage loans, or refinancing of loans. DFS staff will be available to provide information and assist homeowners and residents with questions and concerns relating to insurance issues.

The DFS Mobile Command Center will be deployed to the Village of Whitesboro Fire Department throughout the week.

Wednesday, July 5 through Saturday, July 8 
10 a.m. – 8 p.m.‎

Village of Whitesboro, Oneida County
Whitesboro Fire Department
171 Oriskany Blvd.

Additional State Actions to Mitigate Flood Damage in Hoosick Falls

DFS staff will also be available at the Hoosick Falls Armory Wednesday, July 5 through Saturday, July 8 from 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. to help answer questions residents may have. Residents are encouraged to seek information from DFS to help resolve insurance issues and recover from flood damages.‎

The Governor has also deployed DHSES and DEC staff to asses flood damage to properties, businesses, and public infrastructure throughout Hoosick Falls.

In addition, DHSES’ Office of Fire Prevention and Control, New York Task Force 2 has evaluated 59 structures in Hoosick Falls and provided a listing of six properties with structural damage to Village officials. Over the weekend, DHSES Commissioner Roger Parrino toured damage and met with local officials in the village to ensure the state is providing any resources necessary to help the community recover from the flooding.

Yesterday, the Governor announced additional state actions taken in Hoosick Falls and Oneida County, including the deployment of personnel from the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services, Department of Environmental Conservation, and Department of Transportation. Trained staff from these state agencies continue to assess damage in communities affected by flooding.

To learn more on spill response, fire and prevention control, road closures and other flood-related information announced yesterday, click here.

All New Yorkers are encouraged to sign up for NY-Alert, the state’s free, all hazards subscription-based alerting system. For more information and to register, please visit More safety tips for staying safe before, during, and after floods and other storms can be found on the DHSES website:


Additional news available at
New York State | Executive Chamber | | 518.474.8418
From the Town of Whitestown
July 03, 2017

Town of Whitestown Declares Local State of Emergency


July 3, 2017 (Whitestown, N.Y.) – The Town of Whitestown Town Board has declared a state of emergency in the Town of Whitestown due to the severe flooding event on Saturday, July 1, which resulted in widespread damage and dangerous conditions in the town, particularly in the Village of Whitesboro and Village of Yorkville near the Sauquoit Creek.


Although there is no longer any imminent danger due to additional rainfall, a state of emergency is being declared to potentially allow the town to secure state and federal funds to assist in clean-up and recovery efforts. The declaration also allows the town to directly aid all four villages in the town - - Whitesboro, Yorkville, New York Mills and Oriskany - - through the sharing of equipment and manpower.


As in the past and during any time of need, the Town of Whitestown will do whatever it can to help all four of its villages deal with the aftermath of Saturday’s flooding. The Town Highway Department will be in the Village of Whitesboro this week assisting village crews with trash removal, street sweeping and the clearing of sewer drains and catch basins.


While travel is not restricted in the town, motorists are encouraged to use extreme caution when driving through the areas most impacted by the severe flooding, as some residents are still pumping out their homes and emergency personnel is still present. Residents should also continue to avoid areas of standing water, as they could contain contaminants.


Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente, Jr. also declared a state of emergency in Oneida County.

July 02, 2017
Announcement for those residents affected by the flooding, there will be food and cleaning supplies in the Dimbleby funeral home parking lot shortly provided by the Red Cross and Salvation Army.
Sauquoit Creek Camera
June 06, 2017

The Village of Whitesboro has installed a live feed camera on Main Street in the village so residents can monitor the level of Sauquoit Creek at any time. The link is on the Village website as well as the Facebook page. 

Here is the link 

Parade Canceled
May 29, 2017
Due to the weather, the Memorial Day parade today is canceled.
Sewer Work Information Link
May 18, 2017
Here is link that residents might find helpful with regard to the ongoing sewer work being done in and around the Village.
Garbage pickup
February 15, 2017

Due to the Presidents Day holiday on Monday February 20, there will be no garbage pickup on that day, pickup will be moved to Thursday February 23.

As a reminder, as of the week of March 6, 2017, what has been Monday pickup days will be moved to Thursdays permanently and green waste will be moved to Mondays. 

Change in Garbage Pickup
February 08, 2017


Change in Garbage and
Green Waste

As of March 6th
2017, there will be a change to the garbage and green waste pickup.

 As of the week of March 6th,  If your
garbage and recycling have been picked up on Monday,  it will be picked up on Thursday going
forward. Because of this, green waste will now be picked up on Monday. Garbage and recycling
pickup done on Tuesday and Wednesday will not change. Should a holiday fall on
a Thursday, the DPW will double up on the Wednesday pick up that week. If you
have any questions, please call the Village office 315-736-1613.

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