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  • Dock Rentals for Homecoming weekend

    This year's homecoming weekend we have more nightly rented docks than the previous years. Reservations have come into the office for over 6 months. Usually this meant a posted note with a name and dates the dock was needed. This system is no longer manageable. All docks are reserved for this weekend in August. Docks have been assigned but not everyone has submitted information. If you do not know the number of your assigned dock I need your information so I can send you a confirmation. If you do not have a number you might not have a reserved dock. This will avoid others docking in your site. Reserved signs will be placed on docks and the dock masters will make sure that the right boat is in the right site. Sorry for all the confusion this year but the dock changes came quickly with no way to be fully organized Get your Dock#

  • Planned Power Interruption

    A planned power interruption will impact one Village of Waddington facility location. The outage is scheduled for Wednesday, July 19th, from 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm. The outage is necessary for National Grid to complete a line conversion to 13.2kV. The Village location is: 69 FRANKLIN RD WADDINGTON NY 13694 (Lift station, Linden/Franklin Rd) In the case of inclement weather or emergencies, the outage may be rescheduled for Thursday, July 20th, at the same time. Will be 166 customers impacted- they will be notified via phone this evening.

  • Water boil advisory lifted

    Please boil water on South Fenton! Water will be shut off tomorrow morning around 8:30am. Boil water advisory in effect until further notice ..lifted July 17

  • July Village Board Meeting

    Monday July 3, 2023 6PM Waddington Municipal Building Zoom Link Meeting ID: 82153870525 Passcode: 009325

  • Boil Water Advisory lifted June 29

    there is a boil water advisory for the following streets: Maple Street West St. Lawrence Ave Beach Street Geneva Street Green Street

  • Waddington Hosts First Local Planning Committee Meeting for New York Forward

    Waddington, N.Y. – The Village of Waddington, along with its state partners, is pleased to announce the first meeting of the New York Forward Local Planning Committee (LPC), which is scheduled for Thursday, June 15, 2023, at 5:00 pm at the Waddington Old Town Hall at 38 Main Street. The LPC meeting will kick off the New York Forward (NY Forward) planning process in the Village of Waddington. The meeting is open to the public and will include an opportunity for public comment at the end of the meeting. Please visit the Waddington NY Forward website at for more information. NY Forward is a central component of the State's economic development efforts, working together with the Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI), to accelerate and expand the revitalization of New York's downtowns. NY Forward serves smaller communities with historic character that distinguishes them from the larger, more urban central business districts typically funded through DRI. NY Forward communities are walkable, less dense areas that serve the immediate local community, and are more local in nature - focusing on the immediately surrounding residential or rural agricultural centric development. Governor Kathy Hochul has committed $100 million for the first round of the NY Forward program. Each of the State’s ten Regional Economic Development Councils (REDCs) had the option of recommending two communities for $4.5 million NY Forward awards or three communities, one of which will receive $4.5 million and two will be awarded $2.25 million. Waddington was awarded $2.25 million. NY Forward is led by the Department of State, in close partnership with Empire State Development, NYS Homes and Community Renewal and New York State Energy Research and Development Authority. The Local Planning Committee (LPC) includes local and regional leaders, stakeholders, and community representatives. LPC members will attend a variety of meetings at which they will be asked to brainstorm ideas, provide direction to consultants, review planning products, and prioritize actions. Mayor Michael Zagrobelny and Steve Lawrence of the North Country Regional Economic Development Council are the Waddington LPC co-chairs. Village of Waddington Mayor Michael Zagrobelny said, “NY Forward is an important puzzle piece in helping Waddington to realize its vision and keep up with the changing economy of the new century. Collaboration, communication, and creativity between local stakeholders, industry experts, and state agencies will be the key to our success. Those three qualities are hallmarks of the Waddington community as it reemerges as the jewel of the St. Lawrence River Valley.” Steve Lawrence, of the North Country Regional Economic Development Council and LPC Co-chair said, “We need the Waddington community to be a part of this process, whether you are actually submitting for projects or not. Community support through involvement and engagement in this process is important.” Public engagement is a key component of the NY Forward planning process and fundamental to the success of NY Forward. The objective of public engagement is to ensure that all stakeholders have ample opportunity to be informed about the NY Forward process and its intended outcomes; to comment on the study as it progresses; to express their concerns and contribute ideas; and to participate in building a consensus about the vision for the Downtown and other outcomes, culminating in a locally supported NY Forward Strategic Investment Plan. Public workshops and engagement activities will be scheduled throughout the effort to allow opportunity for public input. More information about NY Forward can be found at

  • June Village Board Meeting

    June 5 6PM Waddington Municipal Building Join Zoom Meeting

  • May Village Board Meeting

    Monday, May 1, 2023 6:00 PM Waddington Library Community Room NO ZOOM OPTION

  • New Museum Presentation

    The Clarkson students will be presenting their work on plans for a new museum to a community showing on April 19th at 7:00pm at the Old Town Hall.

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