D.P.W. Dept. of Public Works

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ed Ware – DPW Superintendent

 

The Village of North Syracuse Department of Public Works has a wide range of responsibilities which are all directed towards the maintenance of the Village infrastructure and the delivery of village services.

The Department of Public Works consists of 8 full-time employees. Their duties include maintenance of vehicles, general street and road repairs, maintenance of sidewalks, and heavy trash collection, leaf removal, street sweeping, park maintenance, sewer and storm drain maintenance and snow plowing.

DPW Superintendent: Ed Ware can be reached by calling (315) 458-0790 or by   E-mail: DPW@northsyracuseny.org

 

Please visit the current Hazard Mitigation Plan:  http://www.ongov.net/planning/haz/2019UpdateDraftPlan.html

 

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

** Please note that due to COVID-19, a number of our summer programs have been cancelled or postponed. We will not be publishing a 2020 Summer Program Flyer but are hosting the summer day camp and Zumba. Unfortunately after postponing our summer concert series for the first few weeks, because of being unable to allow over 50 people, we have decided to cancel the series entirely. See the Parks page for more details and stay tuned for updates.

Kennedy Pool opened on June 30th, but for village residents only this summer. Bring proof of residency and wear a face mask when checking in at the pool. Admittance will be limited to 25-30 people at a time. Use time will be limited to 30 minutes if the pool area is at capacity and a wait list will be used to monitor access. Patrons should follow social distancing protocols. Swim Lessons will not be offered this summer. Adult swim hour has been reinstated and will be offered daily from 5-6pm

The Community Center is currently available for meetings and events with no more than 50 people. Community Center availability can now be checked on-line. Looking to book an event or meeting? See the Calendar listed at the bottom of the community center page (under Parks Dept)