Photo by George Farenthold
Water and Sewer
Water and sewer bills are sent quarterly. Every other quarter the meters are read by the Village, and for the intervening quarters the meter is read by the property owner and submitted to the Village. Cards are sent to each user requesting a reading, unless you have given the Clerk your email address, in which case you will be reminded by email and can submit your reading electronically. Please consider receiving these notices by email; it saves time and postage, meaning it saves taxpayer money. The email address will not be used for other purposes except the possibility of emergency alerts. If you are having a sewer problem, you are encouraged to call the Department of Public Works first for help in determining where the problem might be and what to do next. The number at the plant is 315-364-5239.
DPW Superintendent: Kurt Wilmot
Assistant: Adam Van Horn
Assistant: Michael White
2017 Aurora Water Quality Report (posted May 2018)
Trash and Recycling
Trash and recycling may be picked up by a private hauler or taken to the Ledyard Transfer Site on Carpenter Road about a half mile from the Village limits on Poplar Ridge Road. The Transfer Site is only open to residents of the Town of Ledyard and garbage bags require tags that can be purchased on site or at the Ledyard Town Clerk’s office.
Each summer there is one clean-up day for larger items not usually accepted at the Transfer Site. These items include yard debris, washers and dryers, furniture, and discarded building materials. There is no extra charge for these items. Tires, refrigerators, air conditioners, and anything containing Freon will not be accepted. Mattresses can be dropped off for a fee of $10.
May 1 to October 1:
Saturday 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
October 1 to May 1:
Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Curbside Leaf and Yard Pick-up
The Aurora Department of Public Works regularly picks up yard debris and tree trimmings that are left at the curb by residents. These must be no longer than four feet in length and organized as bundles. Leaves racked to the curb, but not in the street, will be picked up in the fall according to a an announced schedule.
The village-owned public streets within the village limits are plowed by the Aurora Department of Public Works. Every effort is made to keep the sidewalks installed and maintained by the Village on one side of every public street open as a courtesy, but it is ultimately the responsibility of each property owner to clear any sidewalk on their property. We encourage you to use the plowed sidewalk for safety and not to walk in the street.
The Village Clerk is a notary public and is available during normal office hours or by appointment.
The Aurora Post Office, 373 Main Street, is a full-service post office with rural delivery outside the village limits and post office boxes for village residents.
M-F 7:30 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday 7:30 am to 12:00 pm
Window Hours - As of October 1, 2014
M-F 8:00 am to 1:00 pm & 2:30 pm to 4:30 p.m.
Sat 9:30 am to 12:00 pm
Aurora Fire Department
Aurora is served by an all-volunteer fire department that includes an Advanced Life Support ambulance service. For more information visit their website: www.avfd.net
Cayuga County Hazard Mitigation Plan