Oneida, NY News and Announcements

  • Fall cleanup schedule

    Fall cleanup schedule

    The City of Oneida, Department of Public Works will begin the annual Fall Leaf Pick-Up on Monday, October 30th. See map below for scheduled weekly pick-up areas.
  • HYDRANT FLOW TESTS

    HYDRANT FLOW TESTS

    The City of Oneida Water Department will be conducting Hydrant Flow Tests on October 11, 2017 Residents in the area may experience low pressure and some discoloration of the water due to these flow tests.  Residents are advised to check their cold water prior to utilizing their hot water. Caution should be exercised if washing …
  • Water Department Fall Flushing Schedule

    Water Department Fall Flushing Schedule

     The City of Oneida Water Department will start their fall flushing program on Monday, September 25, 20117. The complete flushing schedule for the entire four weeks is enclosed, including the Town of Stockbridge and the Village of Munnsville. The water may be discolored and a brief interruption of water service may be experienced in areas …
  • Water Department News Release:

    Water Department News Release:

    The City of Oneida Water Department 2016 Annual Water Quality Report is now available online …..   Press Release Annual Water Supply Statement 2016
  • Updated ONEIDA RAIL TRAIL DISCUSSION SKETCHES

    Updated ONEIDA RAIL TRAIL DISCUSSION SKETCHES

    Special Meeting 5/24/17
  • Rail Trail – Oneida Street Alternative Sketches

    Rail Trail – Oneida Street Alternative Sketches

    Oneida St – Alternatives
  • Water Department Annual Water Quality Report for 2016

    Water Department Annual Water Quality Report for 2016

    2016 Annual Water Quality Report
  • Parking Study

    Parking Study

    Parking Study This parking study was initiated to help understand parking supply and parking demand within Oneida City Center. Parking Study
  • News Release: Free Lead Testing

    News Release: Free Lead Testing

    New York State is launching a limited funded free lead testing program.   This free testing is for residents serviced by public water or well water.  Residents can have their water tested for lead by signing up on NYS Department of Health’s web site at:  https://www.health.ny.gov/environmental/water/drinking/lead/free_lead_testing_pilot_program .    Lead is a toxic metal harmful to the developing …
  • Water News Release: Service Line Lookup Tool

    Water News Release: Service Line Lookup Tool

    The City of Oneida has added a new feature to Oneidacity.com’s web site. The service line lookup tool allows customers to find out what material their underground water service pipes are made of such as lead, copper, or iron.
  • Press Release:Citizen’s Actions in a Storm Emergency

    Press Release:Citizen’s Actions in a Storm Emergency

    Citizen’s Actions in a Storm Emergency
  • Press Release:  Yard Waste Chipping Requests

    Press Release: Yard Waste Chipping Requests

    Yard Waste Chipping Requests
  • City of Oneida, NY — Is pleased to introduce YourGOV

    City of Oneida, NY — Is pleased to introduce YourGOV

    The City of Oneida Improves Operations with Technology. New applications make citizen request and work management more efficient City of Oneida, NY — is pleased to introduce YourGOV, an innovative citizen request application that allows community members to conveniently report non-emergency issues and service requests using the web or a smartphone. In just three steps, …
  • City establishes $2000 water meter tampering fee!

    Tampering Fee Resolution
  • View Oneida Creek Stream Gauge Data

    View Oneida Creek Stream Gauge Data

    Oneida Creek stream gauge data:  Just a reminder to residents that USGS maintains a stream gauge for Oneida Creek near Sconondoa Street.  Residents interested in reviewing Oneida Creek levels can go to the following website:  http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=bgm&gage=nein6  The hydrograph provides up-to-date water elevations as well as predictive stream heights based on precipitation modeling.  The website also …



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