News & Information for Village Residents
(General Information and MS4, Comprehensive Plan, FEMA Flood mapping, etc.)
EPA five year review: Onondaga Lake Cleanup
for the EPA report
FEMA Flood Mapping Information
Some properties located within the Village may be included in the new flood plain map. If your property is located within this new flood map, you may be required to obtain flood insurance. Information regarding FEMA Flood mapping may be obtained by calling toll-free 1-877-FEMA-MAP. You may also visit the FEMA website and scroll down to Onondaga County by clicking here.
The Village of Liverpool must have a permit to discharge stormwater as required by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. For more information on the program, or to learn how you can participate, please visit CNYRPDB.
for information on how you can protect our water resources and prevent stormwater pollution.
As part of the program, the Village is required to develop and implement a Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP) which outlines all the Village is doing to comply with the permit. Each year, an annual progress report is completed and submitted to the State. The SWMP and Annual Report are available for viewing by clicking HERE Comments on both documents are encouraged and can be submitted here. If you would like to take an active role in the planning/development/implementation aspects of the SWMP, your input is greatly appreciated. If interested, please contact the Village's Local Stormwater Public Contact, Bill Asmus - DPW Superintendent.
To report illegal dumping or questionable stormwater discharges, please immediately contact the Onondaga County Stormwater Pollution Hotline at (315) 435-3157. The hotline receives calls 24/7.
Disposal of TV's, Microwaves or Fluorescent lights
Please note that the Village DPW can no longer pick up these items. Call OCRRA at 453-2866 for further information.
The following disposal information is provided by the Onondaga County Resource Recovery Agency:
Old Computer Equipment, TVs and Microwaves:
Bruin Computer Trading & Recycling - 1001 Vine Street - outside drop-off available 24/7
Call 410-0050 ext. 103 with any questions. NO LONGER ACCEPTING TVs.
Old Computer Equipment and TVs:
Best Buy stores accept TVs under 32" and monitors for $10 each. You receive a $10 Best Buy gift card for each item. Computer equipment is also accepted.
Ace and TrueValue Hardware stores
Participating Home Depot stores (compact fluorescents only)
Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off
By appointment, year round Monday-Friday. Click HERE
for more information
Trapper for Village of Liverpool
Please call 451-4210 for information regarding animal trapping in the Village of Liverpool. This is coordinated through the Town of Salina. There is no charge for this service to Village residents.
The plan has been adopted by the Village Board. The Comprehensive Plan can be viewed at the Village clerk's Office. Public hearing was held on November 19, 2007 at 7:01 PM. LL # 3- 2008 was adopted by the Village of Liverpool Board of Trustees. This LL # 3 amended Chapter 136 Zoning of the Village of Liverpool as amended to bring the zoning ordinance and regulations into Greater conformance and consistency with the Village's Comprehensive Plan 2025 adopted August 21, 2006. A copy is available at Liverpool Public Library or click here Comprehensive Plan
Child Safety Seats
The Police Department is conducting child safety seat inspections. Call the Department at 457-3441 ext. 2 to register. Inspections are available Monday through Thursday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. _________________________________________________
House at 807
A unique and affordable home for seniors. Built in the mid-1850's, this mansion is part of the history of the Village of Liverpool. This mansion was renovated to accommodate eight, independent, well elderly. For more information, go to the House at 807
Year round fun by the Lake
Onondaga Lake Park is open year round for family fun. Come and enjoy walking, inline skating, biking or cross country skiing along the lakeside trail. Over 1 million people visit this park every year. Visit the County Parks
website for more information