Welcome to Aurora, New York
Village of Aurora - 456 Main St Aurora, NY 13026
Phone: 315-364-7293 Fax: 315-364-6857 Email: email@example.com
Village Office Hours
Monday: 4:00 pm-6:00 pm (Clerk and Code Enforcement Officer)
Tuesday: 10:00 am-2:00 pm (Clerk)
Wednesday: No public hours
Thursday: 9:00 am-1:00 pm (Treasurer)
11:00 am-5:00 pm (Clerk)
3:00 pm-5:00 pm (Code Enforcement Officer)
Friday: No public hours
Open to the public. Items for the Board of Trustees meeting agenda should be submitted in writing to the village office seven days prior to the meeting. Applications that require Community Preservation Panel/Planning Board review have to be in at least ten days prior for code/zoning consideration. All meetings are held on Wednesdays at the Aurora Firehouse Meeting Room, 456 Main St., unless otherwise noted. To view minutes from previous meetings, navigate to the Boards page.
1st Wednesday - Community Preservation Panel (CPP)
2nd Wednesday - Zoning Board of Appeals (as needed)
3rd Wednesday - Board of Trustees
4th Wednesday - Planning Board
Community Preservation Panel Meeting on May 3, 2017 at 7:00 pm
Cayuga County Department of HealthGeneral Information for Public Communication
Rt 81 Information
The Aurora Historical Society and Village History Center is Now Open
Museum Show Opening in Aurora
Held over through April 29th!
The Aurora Historical Society is hosting a cooperative exhibit with the Wells College Art Collection of “A Century of Aurora Art and Artists: 1840 to 1940.” The show pairs portraits and landscapes with archival photographs and local stories of the people and scenes. The artists include Edith P. Morgan, J. J. Lankes, Victor Hammer, Otto Fleissner, and Karl Blocherer, as well as nineteenth-century engravers and a few outstanding mystery artists. Many of the works have not been on display for decades.
An opening reception will be held Tuesday, January 31, 4:00-6:00 p.m. and the show will continue through Saturday, April 29th.
The Aurora Historical Society is located behind the Aurora Arts and Design Center, 371 Main St., on the courtyard with Vintage Lighting; it is fully accessible by the walkway along the white wooden fence. Regular museum hours are Tuesday and Wednesday, 1:00-3:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
NEWS FROM WELLS COLLEGE
The Wells College Seed Exchange is open for 2017, loaded with nearly 1,400 packets of many varieties of vegetable, flower and herb seeds. The Seed Exchange is completely free and open to the public. Our Seed Exchange cabinet is accessible whenever the Wells College Long Library is open: Sunday: 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 midnight; Monday through Thursday: 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 midnight; Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; and Saturday: 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Note that library hours change during academic breaks; you are advised to check the Wells College Library website for current operating hours. The Seed Exchange cabinet is located on the 2nd floor of the Long Library, around the corner from the circulation desk in the Learning Commons area.
We are grateful to our generous seed donors: Annie’s Heirloom Seeds; Botanical Interests; Baker Creek Heirloom Seed Company; Burpee’s Seed Company; Ferry Morse Seeds; Fruition Seeds; Gurney’s; Henry Field’s Seed & Nursery Company; High Mowing Organic Seed; Johnny’s Selected Seeds; Renee’s Garden; Seed Savers Exchange; Sheffield’s Seed Company; Southern Exposure Seed Exchange; Stokes Seed; and Turtle Tree Seed.
In order to stretch our seed quantities and support as many local gardeners as possible, we ask Seed Exchange patrons to please take only as much seed as you need for this growing season; we provide smaller seed envelopes for this purpose. We also welcome saved seed from our area growers; please use the pre-labeled seed envelopes to provide information about your donation. The Wells College Seed Exchange is a collaboration between the Center for Sustainability and the Environment and the Long Library at Wells College. Come get what you need to get growing this season.
Cayuga County Soil and Water ConservationBird & Bat House Press Release
CAYUGA LAKE WATERSHED NETWORK INFORMATION
March to May: Hemlock Hunts & Embrace the Lake
EMBRACE THE LAKE! March – May cleanups
Has the winter trash buildup been bugging you? Is your group interested in doing a two-hour lakeshore cleanup, or a creek cleanup on one of the 35 major creeks that drain to Cayuga Lake, or along one of the many hundreds of smaller creeklets and streams that give their waters to Cayuga Lake? How about your neighborhood ditches? They are waterways too! We help with trash bags, gloves, signs, and more! Free of charge. If you would like to organize a spring cleanup or take part in one, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will also be sharing information about community cleanups on our listserv, website and Facebook page.
- NYS Hemlock Initiative, & link to short film: https://blogs.cornell.edu/nyshemlockinitiative/
- The Glorious Trash Birds, Ithaca: https://www.facebook.com/groups/216262215444698/
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