||Welcome to an historic village that joins its commitment to hospitality
alongside its love of education. Named after medieval England's King Alfred, Alfredians offer the following pages
for the convenience of residents, visitors, students, and business people.|
Effective 7/5/16 New Office Hours Mon 9-12, Tues. 1-4, Wed 9-4, Thurs 9-12, Fri Closed.
Jim McNulty, Village Supervisor of Streets, has injured an ankle and will be off work for a minimum of two weeks. Brian will be the only member of the crew on duty while Jim is out. When Brian needs another set of hands the crew at our Waste Water Treatment Plant have and will lend theirs. Thanks to Tom and Dan for the help with the recent snow storm.
After numerous budget workshops and a public hearing, the Village Board of Trustees adopted the 2016-17 budget during its April board meeting. Documents detailing all income and expenses for the 2016-17 fiscal year (beginning June 1) along with a five-year overview of top line rates and totals are available below.
The big news is village tax rates will be dropping 87¢ per $1,000 in assessed property value, or 5.05%. The village uses $100,000 to represent the typical property assessment, which translates this decrease into a savings of $87 for the property owner. This reduction is the result of tremendous work by both the board and village employees to reduce expenses throughout the budget, but particularly through innovative reorganizations of personnel in all divisions of village administration.
The board's thorough review of the village budget also identified where future revenues will fall short of projected future expense increases. For example, the village's aging waste water treatment plant requires increased capital investment. To address this, while water rates are unchanged, the 2016-17 budget includes an 11¢ increase (per 1,000 gallons) in sewer service. The typical village household uses 15,000 gallons of water quarterly, which translates this increase to $1.65 per quarter, or $6.60 for the year.
The Alfred Village Board is focused on making Alfred a desirable community to live, work and play and will continue to explore ways to make the village sustainable, economical and valuable.
2016-17 Budget Cover Sheet
The Alfred Department of Public Works has issued their annual water quality report for 2015.
The Financial Restructuring Board has issued their final report for the Village of Alfred.
If there is a matter of concern occurring in your neighborhood that could be addressed by the villages Police Department, Public Works Department, the Code Enforcement Office, or the Student Affairs offices on either of our campuses, please supply the information on the report form here. It will go to the Alfred Police Department for routing to the most appropriate recipient.
Do NOT use this form in the event of an emergency.
The Holidays observed within the year will be:
The service performed for the Village of Alfred will be on a one day delay in the event that the holiday falls on or before the scheduled pick up day.
- Memorial Day
- July 4th
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving Day
- Christmas Day
- New Years Day
The recycling is picked up at the same time as the garbage.
A split body truck is used, allowing the recycling and rubbish to be placed in different sections.
- First Thursday: Village Planning Board Meeting
- Second Tuesday: Village Board Meeting
For times and locations for these meetings and other Village activities, consult the Village Calendar of Events.
Pay Your Water Bill Here
Pay Your Impound fees Here