Village of Mexico

3236 Main St.
PO Box 309 Mexico, NY 13114

Phone: 315-963-7564
Fax:      315-963-0971

Email: mexclerk@villageclerk


The Village of Mexico has recently purchased 96-gallon trash containers for all Village Residents which will remain the property of the Village. The Village DPW will be delivering trash containers to property owners starting the week of May 16th and should be completely disbursed by the end of the month. The trash container will have serial numbers assigned to each property. The Municipal Trash hauler (Butler Disposal) will only take what is in the container no additional bags will be picked up.

The recycle items must be stored in covered receptacle separate from trash containers. All boxes should be broken down and either bundled together or placed in with recyclables.

Apartments, businesses and duplexes will get trash containers for each apartment and business.

Trash containers can be put out to the curbside the night preceding the weekly trash day (Monday) and shall be taken from curbside the night of trash day (Tuesday).

If you have any questions, please contact the Village Office Monday through Thursday from 8:30 am until 4:00 pm and Friday from 8:30 am until noon at (315) 963-7564. Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

Respectfully,

Mayor and The Village Board of Trustees


Village of Mexico has received the KN95 face masks from Oswego County. They are available for Village Residents and can be picked up during office hours.


YOUR WATER/SEWER PAYMENTS CAN ALSO BE PUT THROUGH THE DROP BOX OR SEND THEM THROUGH THE MAIL.  IF YOU WOULD LIKE A RECEIPT PLEASE INDICATE AND WE WILL GLADLY SEND YOU A PAID RECEIPT.

PLEASE STAY SAFE AND HEALTHY!


FOR SELECTED VILLAGE PROPERTY OWNERS WHO RECEIVED LETTERS:

The Village of Mexico will be completing a $7,000,000 municipal water system upgrade and your property has been identified to be part of the project.
As you can imagine there is a great deal of engineering, planning and information gathering that is required to complete a project of this complexity.
Over the course of the next few weeks teams of representatives from BCA Architects & Engineers and Village DPW employees will be visiting each and every property within the project area. The purpose of this visit is to conduct a “basement survey”. This information is utilized to complete a thorough project scope which will help keep the project on budget and on schedule.
In certain instances, an easement may be necessary to complete the construction phase of the project. If this is the case with your property, we ask that you please review and execute the easement as promptly as possible so that construction can start on schedule.
Some will ask “How does this benefit me and my family?”
 YOU WILL GET A NEW WATER SERVICE TO YOUR HOME OR BUSINESS
 NEW WATER TANK WITH INCREASED CAPACITY
 IMPROVED SYSTEM RELIABILITY
 IMPROVED WATER QUALITY
 IMPROVED FIRE PROTECTION

The Mayor, Village Board of Trustees and the Department of Public Works would like to thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Sincerely, Mayor Grimshaw and
Village Board of Trustees



PUBLIC NOTICE
TRASH AND RECYCLE

Trash and Recycle receptacles cannot be placed at curbside before 7:00 pm Monday and must be removed by 8:00 pm Tuesday.  Please remember all trash and recyclables must be in COVERED CONTAINERS.  Appliances, furniture and construction material will not be picked up by the weekly trash service, please make arrangements to dispose of these items.

Butler Trash Removal: 315-342-0832


Curbside Brush Pick Up Policy

  • Brush pick up is scheduled for the 3rd Wednesday of the month from April – November. Weather conditions and other situations may alter the actual pick up day
  • Brush CANNOT be piled curbside during the months of December, January, February and March, as such piles could impede or alter snow removal operations
  • Brush CANNOT be piled curbside more than (7) seven days prior to the scheduled pick up
  • Brush must be cut into 4’ lengths and piled neatly within 5’ of the edge of the street. Piles shall not exceed 4’ in height
  • Brush shall not be piled around poles, signs, hydrants, fences or as to interfere with the sidewalk as it makes it difficult for our equipment to effectively pick it up and WILL NOT BE PICKED UP
  • Brush is defined as small limbs not to exceed 3” in diameter, branches, pruning’s, etc. Material that exceeds these dimensions WILL NOT BE PICKED UP
  • Any trees or material in excess of 3” in diameter that are removed by the homeowner or professionally from the property are the responsibility of the homeowner. Brush from these trees is also considered the responsibility of the homeowner
  • Any trees that are trimmed, cut down and/or removed by a contractor WILL NOT BE PICKED UP and are considered the homeowners responsibility
  • Yard waste, dirt, rocks, stumps, material resulting from stump grinding, construction debris, etc. are not considered brush and WILL NOT BE PICKED UP

EFFECTIVE MARCH 6, 2019