Village Announcements

UFPD Burn Ban 9/17/21

The Utica Fire Chief has issued a burning ban for the Utica Community Fire Protection District territory, effective at 6PM September 17, 2021. Burning includes but is not limited to burning of landscape waste, agricultural waste, household trash and garbage, and burning barrels. Recreational fires are currently allowed.

Recreational/Campfires are defined as cooking fires, campfires and small bon-fires three (3) feet or less in diameter using charcoal or fire wood that occur in designated areas for the purpose of cooking, pleasure or ceremonial reasons. Recreational fires must be located at least twenty-five (25) feet from structures and/or combustibles; a shovel, connected water house or five (5) gallon pail of water must be present and a responsible person must be in attendance until the fire is extinguished. Fires must be completely soaked and cool to the touch before the fire is considered extinguished and safe. Please do not leave ANY fire unattended.

If the Utica Fire Department is called to an open burn, the fire will be extinguished by Fire Department personnel. In addition, the party involved and/or owner of the property may be subject to a fine and/or service charge in accordance to the Fire District’s posted hourly rates.

Burn ban notice

Press Release-Former Waltham South School Building

The Village of North Utica President and Board of Trustees
are proud to announce the pending purchase of property located at 248 Canal St.; formerly the Waltham Elementary School – Utica Campus. 

 We recognize the historic value and significance of this iconic building to our residents and to our downtown community and its’ past; Now it will become an important part of the future of our community as we continue to grow. The Village is developing plans to utilize the property in several different capacities. 

Following renovations, the Village Offices and Meeting Chambers will be relocated to the new building, providing us with the opportunity to grow, to further continue to serve the needs of our community.  Being centrally located near our largest community park, the historic I & M Canal, and our downtown business district, many residents will also now be able to walk to the Village offices while out enjoying the rest of the community. The building also features a large gymnasium which will become a recreation center that will be available to residents for indoor sports and social gatherings. We are excited to be able to provide this space for our residents to utilize and enjoy for many years to come!  The North Utica Police Department will remain in its’ current location and be afforded the ability to grow into a much-needed larger space.

 This has been a long-term goal of the Village Board and we are excited to be able to continue the legacy of this long-standing iconic building and to share it with our community. There will be an open house, in the near future, where residents will be able to view newly developed plans for the building, as well as tour the current space.  That date has not yet been determined but will be announced and posted on the Village website. 

Garbage Bulk Item Pickup

Republic Services is now offering residents a bulk item pickup along with regular trash removal services. Bulk items will be collected every other week; opposite of recycle week.

Village Residents can place one bulk item at the curb, along with their trash, beginning on Monday January 8th.  Only one bulk item at a time is allowed and a list of acceptable items is listed below.

Also, as a reminder, please remove vehicles and refrain from parking on the street during times of snowfall of 2 inches or more so that the snow plows can safely plow and salt the Village streets.

Thank you.

Bulk items are usually associated with furniture type items:

Couch

Chair

Love Seat

Table

Desk

Dresser

Mattress & Box Spring

Ceiling fan

Recliner

NO “White Goods” such as appliances, water heaters, furnace parts or air conditioners

NO Electronics

Click here to view all the garbage pickup information.