This page provides useful & convenient Information for new citizens of our community.
Seneca Falls' roots run deep and strong. The community has evolved over three centuries into the Historic Gateway to the Finger Lakes since our founding in 1829. The best of our heritage remains today -- a strong work ethic, a family-centered community, and an intense respect for the astounding beauty and resources that encompasses and surrounds Seneca Falls.
New residents of Seneca Falls have 30 days after establishing permanent residency to change their out-of-state drivers license to a valid New York license.
New Residents must surrender their out-of-state driver's license, show proof of U.S. citizenship (such as certified birth certifi cat e or passport), verifi cat ion of Social Security Number (such as card w/signature or W2), and two proofs of New York residency (such as processed mail, rental/lease/purchase agreement, utility deposit receipts, etc.).
If you have lost your current New York license, you will need two pieces of identifi cat ion such as birth certifi cat e, social security card, passport, or military ID.
All applicants must also have verification of their Social Security number.
If you are changing your name on your license, proof of the change, such as original, certified court order, marriage certificate or divorce decree is needed.
For a first-time license, you must have a certified birth certificate, pass a written test concerning the rules of the road, vision test and a road test. First-time applicants for a driver license and drivers needing license reinstatements must go to a Department of Motor Vehicle facility.
Collected every other week on the same day as the scheduled trash pick up. "Blue Recycle Bins" are available at the County office, 1 DiPronio Drive , Waterloo , NY and available from the Town Clerks office please call to confirm availability at the Town Clerks office at 568-8013.
* Recycle Bins are to be set out by 7:00 am day of pickup.
* Containers / Recyclable items cleaned to remove residues and then placed in bin.
* Paper (newspapers, magazines, envelops, dry food boxes, etc.) should be placed in brown paper grocery bags which can be placed in or next to the Blue Bin.
* Cardboard boxes should be reduced to 3ft. x 3ft. Piles of cardboard should be secured with string and set in or next to the Blue Bin.
* Metal Cans (with tops in the can) should be rinsed and placed in the Blue Bin.
* No plastic bags
* Glass jars and bottles (without plastic tops) should be rinsed and placed in Blue Bin.
* Plastic Containers (without the caps) should be rinsed, crushed if possible and placed in Blue Bin. Codes 1-7 (found on the bottom of the Containers)
* Pick ups normally scheduled for days that fall on the following holidays will be delayed one business day: New Years, Labor Day, Memorial Day, Thanksgiving, Independence Day, and Christmas
Please call Jim Bastian 315-539-1717 for a detailed
brochure or for additional recycling information