1439 Yellow Tavern Road
Waterloo, NY 13165
Phone: (315) 585-6282
Fax: (315) 585-6283
1431 Yellow Tavern Road
Waterloo, NY 13165
Phone: (315) 585-6330
Seeking input on Hamlet of Fayette Revitalization
- Survey for the Fayette Community
These questions are intended for both current hamlet residents and also the broader community with connections to the hamlet (e.g. people who previously lived in the hamlet and/or own property in the hamlet).
In the survey, we are looking for feedback for our preliminary design and policy proposals as well as seeking community voice on additional interventions desired.
Message for the Community:
We’re the Cornell Design Connect Team working to develop a revitalization framework for the Hamlet of Fayette. Our team has proposed a series of preliminary design and policy recommendations that we would appreciate your feedback on. Please let us know your opinions by filling out the survey linked below to have your inputs included in the revitalization process:
The Design Connect Team
QR Code to the Community Survey
- Proposed Sewer District
- Water District Positions
Please visit: https://seneca-portal.mycivilservice.com/
PROPOSED SEWER DISTRICT
Below is the Town of Fayette Sewer Project presentation as presented on September 29, 2021 by Patrick Nicoletta, P.E., MRB Group.
Proposed Sewer District PowerPoint Presentation
Proposed Sewer District Map (PDF)
DISTRICT #8 WATER PROJECT
Below is the Town of Fayette Water Project (District #8) presentation as presented by Jason T. McCormick, PE and Jeffrey Trout.
District #8 Water Project (PDF)
Local WeatherFAYETTE WEATHER
Calendar of Events
The Town of Fayette
The Town of Fayette is in the center of the Central Finger Lakes. It stretches between Seneca and Cayuga Lakes, and is bordered at the north by the Seneca-Cayuga Canal.The Town of Fayette is on the western border of the county and is southeast of Geneva, New York. Seneca was part of the Central New York Military Tract and was first settled around 1790. The town was established from part of the Town of Romulus in 1800 as the “Town of Washington” but adopted the current name in 1803.