The City of Oneida, City of Sherrill, and the Village of Canastota are Sponsoring a Bus Trip for Seniors on Tuesday, September 1st. It’s Senior Day. Seniors 60 and older will be admitted free to the fair. Oak Ridge Boys will be at Chevy Court at 2 pm. The bus will leave the Oneida Towers, Farrier Ave at 10:00 am with a stop at the Canastota Pool and leave the Fair to Read More
The City of Oneida Police Department needs to fill (2) School Crossing Guard vacancies. Posts are set up at various locations near the City’s elementary schools. If you would like to work 2 hours a day from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m., and again from 2:45 p.m. to 3:45 p.m., 5 days a week, for $9.88/hour, please call Peg Margo in Civil Service at 363-1561, or Lieutenant Paul Thompson in the Police Department at 363-4800, for an application. We also need substitute School Crossing Guards to fill in when someone is out. If you can’t work every day but would Read More
Contractors will begin by milling the pavement wearing course to an approximately 1.5 inch depth. See below for impacted streets. Milling work is anticipated to take approximately 1 week to complete. Shortly after the milling work is completed the paving contractor will install a new surface course for the impacted streets. We apologize for any temporary inconvenience. Please contact the public works office with any questions/concerns, 363-7222. The following streets are scheduled for milling and resurfacing;
Mayor Alden Smith invites you to attend this public session of the Upstate Revitalization Initiative . MADISON COUNTY PUBLIC INPUT EVENT 1:00 – 3:30 pm Nicholas J. Pirro Convention Center at Oncenter 800 S. State St. Syracuse, NY 13202 Public input agenda
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 provides a map showing FEMA NFIP 1% annual chance flood inundation limits (aka 100-year flood).