General Information for Village Residents
Sanitary Sewer Problems - Call 315-435-3157 - Available 24/7
EPA Five Year Review: Onondaga Lake Cleanup - Click HERE for EPA report
FEMA Flood Mapping Information
Some properties located within the Village may be included in the new flood plain map. If you property is located within this new flood map, you may be required to obtain flood insurance. Information regarding FEMA Flood mapping may be obtained by calling toll-free 1-877-FEMA-MAP. You may also visit the FEMA website and scroll down to Onondaga County by clicking HERE.
The Village of Liverpool must have a permit to discharge stormwater as required by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. For more information on the program, or to learn how you can participate, please visit CNYRPD.
Click HERE for information on how you can protect our water resources and prevent stormwater pollution.
As part of the program, The Village is required to develop and implement a Stormwater Management Plan (SWMP) which outlines all the Village is doing to comply with the permit. Each year, an annual progress report is completed and submitted to the State. The SWMP and Annual Report are available for viewing by clicking
Disposal of TVs, Microwaves or Fluorescent lights
Please note that the Village DPW can no longer pick up these items. Call OCCRA at 315-453-2866 for further information.
Please call 315-457-3441 for information regarding animal trapping in the Village of Liverpool. There is no charge for this service for Village residents.
The Comprehensive Plan was adopted to bring the zoning ordinance and regulations into greater conformance and consistency. A copy can be viewed at the Village Clerk's office, the Liverpool Public Library or by clicking HERE
Child Safety Seats
The Police Department conducts child safety seat inspections. Call the Department at 315-457-0722. Certified Child Safety Seat technicians are aviailable to install and inspect child seats Monday - Friday.
Year Round Fun by the Lake
Onondaga Lake park is open year round for family fun. Come and enjoy walking, inline skating, biking or cross country skiing along the lakeside trails. Over 1 million people visit this park every year. Vist the County Parks website for more information.