TOWN OF CONSTANTIA – REVITALIZATION PROGRAM
The Town Board as well as many people from the Constantia community is interested in improving the appearance of the Town through a revitalization program. Improving the appearance of properties within the Town of Constantia will require a long term effort from our residents. The Town Board will initiate a two-fold program:
First, the Board will begin to enforce Local Law 1 of 2009, originally enacted in the mid 1980’s, dealing with outdoor storage on private property. This law can be found on the Town of Constantia website, www.townconstantia.org, and is available in the clerk’s office at the Town hall. The Law generally prohibits property owners of the Town from storing certain items outside on their property. These items include abandoned, dismantled and unlicensed motor vehicles, abandoned mobile homes, recreational vehicles, boats, household appliances, rubbish and debris. Enforcement of violations of this law will be done through the Town’s Code Enforcement Office, after a moratorium of 60 days to allow residents to comply. Please refer to the actual Law for more details.
Secondly, the Board will establish a Revitalization Committee that will work on projects directed toward beautifying the Town. These could include work on sidewalks, flower and tree plantings, decorations, and possibly fund raising for these types of activity. We will need interested residents to work with the Town Board on this committee.
This announcement coupled with a 60 day grace period is an opportunity to bring properties into compliance with Town Law local ordinance #1 of 2009. Please take advantage of this time and contact the Town Clerk if you are interested in volunteering for the Revitalization Committee.
- 2015 Final Assessment Roll
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The next regular meeting of the Constantia Town Board will be held Tuesday, August 18, 2015 at 7:30 p.m. at the Constantia Town Hall, 14 Frederick Street, Constantia, New York.
The minutes of the town board meetings through the Tuesday, March 17, 2015 town board meeting have been posted to the Documents page.
The Annual Financial Report for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2014 for the Town of Constantia was filed with the New York State Comptroller’s Office as required by law on March 4, 2015. This document can be reviewed during regular business hours in the Town Clerk’s Office at the Constantia Town Hall, 14 Frederick Street, Constantia.
The next regular meeting of the Constantia Planning Board will be held on Tuesday, August 25, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. at the Constantia Town Hall, 14 Frederick Street, Constantia, New York.
Updated forms for building permits, pool permits and demolition permits have been posted to the Documents page.
(No July report is available for posting at this time.)
The Town of Constantia will not be liable for any damage to vehicles and or personal property, including mailboxes, basketball hoops etc. that are within the town's right of way due to plowing and snow removal.
Also, any vehicle left parked on highways plowed by the town of Constantia, NY between the hours of 10:00 pm and 6:00 am will be ticketed and towed at the owners' expense. This order is effective November 30, 2014 to April 1, 2015.
The application form for original dog licenses is available now on the Documents page.
The Permits and Licenses page has been updated with the current dog license fee schedule.
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