Please join us for the second LWRP (Local Waterfront Revitalization Program) project public meeting at 6:00pm, Tuesday, July 26th at the Town Hall.
The playground will be closed from May 4 for a period of time until completion while a new pavilion and playground is installed.
Construction on Hewitt Hall’s geothermal well field is anticipated to start on Tuesday, March 22nd. The work is taking place in Parking Lot R-9, south of Hart and Funnelle Halls. The duration of drilling is anticipated for 5-6 weeks and will be allowed M-F, beginning at 9am and ending at 5:30pm. Noisy conditions are expected during drilling operations.
Facilities Services – Major Projects
The County has provided the Town with a limited amount of Covid -19 test kits. If you are over 65 and have a pre-existing health condition, you are eligible to receive one test kit (contains two tests per kit). If you would like to obtain one of these kits, please call 343-2424 between 9 am – 4pm Monday through Thursday to arrange pick up at the Town Hall.
Oswego County has provided the Town of Oswego with masks for public distribution. We have 350 masks to give out on a first come, first serve basis. One mask per person for town residents. Please bring ID to show address.
Saturday, January 15th from 10am-Noon at the Fire Station, 640 County Route 20.
On Tuesday, October 26, 2021, the Town Board of the Town of Oswego held a public hearing on the proposed budget of 2022. The Town Board had reviewed and approved changes to the Tentative budget. This revised budget is now the Town’s Preliminary budget for 2022. This is the Budget on which the Town Board is expected to vote on at the November 9, 2021 Town Board meeting. The Preliminary Budget is available for review in the Town Hall. A copy is also available on the Town’s web site. This Budget reflects a projected .78% decrease to the Town’s tax rate.
During the COVID pandemic and shut down, the Town of Oswego has noticed increased use of our small Town Park. We have also received many comments about the lack of places to take young children so they can enjoy the outdoors while maintaining social distancing. The Town Board is examining the use of funds received through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) to improve our facilities. Here are some pictures the Board is considering installing. More information is available at the Town Hall. We would like public comment regarding this project and invite people to vote as to which option is most desirable. Comments can be made at Town Hall, as a reply to this posting, or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
4 playground structures are ADA accessible