Village Trustees


LouAnn St. Germain
Term: July 2018 – June 2021 (Special Election June 19, 2018 for Term thru June 2021)

LouAnn has lived in the Village for 28 yrs.; is married and has a son, Jeffrey.  She currently works for the Baldwinsville Police Dept. as a Communications Officer; and previously worked for the North Syr. Police Dept., part-time, in this same capacity.  She wants to focus on maintaining and improving the Village’s high quality Police Dept., Fire Dept., Dept. of Public Works,  and the Parks while welcoming new businesses to join with our existing new ones to increase our tax base.  She will look for sources to fund repairing and repaving our Village streets to help keep our Village beautified as we open our arms to welcome new families to our neighborhoods and continue to honor and value our seniors who  represent the strength of our Village’s past, “yesterday’s road to the future!” She is  a true animal advocate and wants to be a channel of communications to speak with those who can and for those who can’t!”  She considers it a privilege to serve the residents of this extraordinary community she is proud to call home!



Diane Browning – Deputy Mayor
Term: July 2019 – June 2023 

diane bDiane has been a Village resident for 52 years.  She has served on the Village Board as a Trustee from 2003 thru 2011, was the Deputy Mayor from 2005 thru 2010 and was the Mayor from 2010 thru June 2011.  She has held offices as the Senior Advocate, Chairman and member of the Family Festival Committee, Liaison for the Planning Board as well as the Dept. of Public Works, currently serves on the Audit Committee, member of the North Area Meals on Wheels and a Commissioner for the North Syracuse Housing Authority.  Diane also played an integral role in the building of the Toll Road Apartment Complex.

Fred Wilmer – Trustee 
Term: July 2019 – June 2023                       

Fred has been a life-long resident of North Syracuse, and a homeowner in the Village of North Syracuse with his wife Crystal since 1982. His kids are his pets, 2 dogs and 2 cats. After working for the Village’s Department of Public Works for 31 years, Fred retired in 2015. Fred worked with the Complete Streets and Sign committees and was serving on the Village Planning Board until he was elected to the Board of Trustees in July 2019. He volunteers annually with the Family Festival Committee, the Holiday Parade and the Earth Day Clean Up event. Fred is a member of the Sons of American Legion Squadron #0787 in Cicero. He is an executive board member of the Lake Forest Sportsman Club in Brewerton. Fred enjoys the outdoors; his hobbies include camping, fishing, hunting, and snowmobiling.


Christopher Strong – Trustee
Term:  July 2019 – June 2021 (To fill a vacancy of Chuck Henry’s Term thru  June 2021)

Christopher has been a resident of North Syracuse since 2001.  After earning a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science/Public Administration from SUNY Oswego, Christopher began his twenty plus year career in Emergency Communications.  Christopher is currently a Public Safety Shift Supervisor with Onondaga County Department of Emergency Communications. Christopher is an advocate of maintaining and upgrading our critical infrastructure.  Christopher has been an active volunteer in the village, including Earth Day, Family Festival, and past Chief of the village Fire Department.  Christopher is interested in finding new ways to get residents interested and involved in our village, as well as trying new approaches to solving problems.









** 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)