Village Services

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Building Code Enforcement

Contact:

Kenneth Jennison
PO Box 729
2612 Liberty Street
Whitney Point, NY
13862-0729

Office: (607) 692-4907

Fax: (607) 692-2934

Email: kjennison@stny.rr.com

Water Department

Office: (607) 692-4021

Email: wpdpw@frontiernet.net

Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
Village of Whitney Point
Village of Lisle

Payment of your water bill is due within 30 days of receipt of the bill. Unpaid water bills are subject to a penalty of 10%, and, if left unpaid, are re-levied on your property tax bill.

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Village Office

Whitney Point villageoffice

Office Hours:

Mon. 10 am - 6 pm
Tues. - Fri. 8 am - 1 pm

Address:

2612 Liberty St
PO Box 729
Whitney Point, NY 13862

Phone:
(607) 692-4907

Fax:
(607) 692-2934

Village Tax

Taxes are due June 1st through July 1st with NO penalty. After July 1st, a 5% penalty is added for the first month, 1% additional each month until November 1st. After Nov. 1st, unpaid taxes are turned over to Broome County.

Whitney Point Fire Department

The Village of Whitney Point Fire Department has been serving their community since 1873. .

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Mary L. Wilcox Library

Mary L. Wilcox Library

The Village runs a local library for the convenience of the residents. The library provides Internet access that is open to the public. The library is also part of the 4 County Library System which means that if they do not have a book you are looking for, they can borrow it from other libraries.

The hours for the Mary Wilcox Library are as follows:

  • Monday: 11am - 5pm
  • Tuesday: 2pm - 8pm
  • Wednesday: 11am - 5pm
  • Thursday: 11am - 5pm
  • Friday: 11am - 5pm
  • Saturday: 11am - 3pm
  • Sunday closed

The library is located at 2630 Main Street and can be reached at (607) 692-3159.

Visit their website at : http://www.marywilcoxlibrary.com

 

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Garbage Collection

The Village contracts with an independent hauler for its garbage collection. The garbage is collected on Tuesdays, except when a legal holiday falls on Tuesday, garbage will be collected on Wednesday. The independent hauler also handles the recycling program for the village. Yellow recycling bins are provided by the village, and can be requested at the village office.

The Village also provides a "bulk refuse" collection service. This service is provided on the first Tuesday of each month. Items which might be included in this collection are:

  • discarded household furniture
  • bedding
  • large appliances
  • other household material too large to place in standard garbage containers

Yard waste is also collected at these times. Branches and tree limbs are not to exceed 6 feet in length or 60 pounds in weight, and should be bundled and tied. Leaves and other loose materials should be bagged. Old tires may also be disposed of during the "bulk refuse" pick up. A $2.50 per tire fee is charged.

The Village is not responsible for the disposal of construction or remodeling debris.Property owners must make arrangements with their contractor,or contract with an independent hauler for this service.Such debris should not be included with household garbage, or with "bulk refuse" items; and will not be picked up.

According to our local law, all garbage is to be put into garbage cans or sturdy, waterproof, plastic bags. These containers are to be placed at the curbside no earlier than the evening preceding the pick up,and are to be removed from the curbside no later than noon of the following day.

Residents are responsible for cleaning up any scattered material caused by breakage or overflow of their containers.

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