Town of Lima Special Meeting
posted October 18, 2018

A special meeting will be held at 6:00 p.m. on Thurs., Oct. 25th for the purpose of conducting a workshop related to the possible amendment of the water billing rates and procedures involving Water Districts No. 1, 2 and 3 of the Town of Lima.
More here (PDF).
Town of Lima Adopted Budget for 2019
posted October 11, 2018

2019 Adopted Town budget (PDF)
Trunk or Treat
posted October 5, 2018

October 31st, 6 - 8 PM. Lima Town Hall Parking Lot. More here (pdf).
Supervisor's Message
posted October 2, 2018

There is a Town of Lima Hearing on Water Rates Oct 2nd, 7pm at the Lima Town Hall. The rate proposals do NOT affect Village of Lima water customers only Town of Lima water customers in Water District 1 (Ideson Rd, Martin Rd, Bragg St), Water District 2 (Rte 15A north of Lima Baptist Church, Rexon St, Slocum Rd, Gale Rd.) and Water District 3 (Martin Rd, York St, Bromley Rd). MJF
Standard Work Day and Reporting Resolution for Elected/Appointed Officials
posted September 25, 2018

More here (PDF).

GLOW Announces Household Hazardous Waste/Pharmaceutical Collection
posted July 23 2018

GLOW Region Solid Waste Management Committee press release. Click here (PDF).
Curbside Market
posted June 25, 2018

Village of Lima Curbside Market every Thursday 12:30 - 1:30pm. July 19th - September 27th. More here (PDF).
2018 Village of Lima Newsletter
posted June 18 2018

Click here for the June 2018 Village Newsletter (PDF)
2018 Electronics Collections by Sunking Inc.
posted June 1, 2018

Schedule here (PDF).
Bruce Mayer Honored as Town of Lima Senior Citizen of the Year
posted May 17, 2018





















L-R: Mike Falk – Supervisor, Town of Lima, Bruce Mayer - 2018
Town of Lima Senior Citizen of the Year, David LeFeber – Chairman,
Livingston County Board of Supervisors


Bruce Mayer honored as
Town of Lima Senior Citizen of the Year


The Livingston County Office of the Aging and the Livingston County Board of Supervisors held the 38th Seniorama on May 5.  This much anticipated annual celebration recognizes individuals for a lifetime of community service and good citizenship.

Bruce Mayer was selected as Lima’s honoree for 2018.  Mayer has served as a town councilman for more than 25 years, and has been an active member and volunteer with numerous community organizations including Boy Scouts, Lima Historical Society, Friends of the Lima Public Library, Friends in Service Here and the Lima Golden Agers Club.  He serves as Lima’s representative to the Livingston County Traffic and Safety Committee and is volunteer bookkeeper for Canal NY Marketing and Business Alliance.  He and his wife Dinah are active in their church and celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 2017.

As Bruce approached the stage to receive this exceptional award, remarks noting his multitude of contributions concluded with a quotation from the nominating committee, “The citizens of Lima who know Bruce feel very blessed to have the privilege of knowing such a selfless, generous and giving man and helping neighbor.”

A reception for honorees, family and friends followed the ceremony.
Free Rabies Clinics
posted May 1, 2018

For dogs, cats and ferrets. Livingston County Residents Only, click here for 2018 schedule (PDF).
Town of Lima Highway Department
posted January 29, 2018

Planned work for for the Town of Lima Highway Depatment Click here for more information (PDF).
MEMBERS WANTED
posted January 08, 2018
The Village of Lima is seeking residents interested in joining the Historic Preservation Commission.  Please send a letter of interest to:  Village of Lima, PO Box 20A, Lima, NY  14485.
Looking to Volunteer?
posted December 7, 2017

Lima is looking for volunteers for service on one of many Boards.

More information and application here (PDF)
2017 and 2018 Adopted Budgets
posted November 20, 2017

2017 Adoted Budget (PDF)2018 Adopted Budget (PDF)
What Medicare Beneficiaries should Know!
posted October 4, 2017
5 KEY facts about your NEW Medicare cards. More here (pdf).
Hyper-reach Emergency Notification System
posted August 8, 2017

“Hyper-Reach” allows the Emergency Communications Center to quickly send a recorded message to telephones in specific areas and alert residents to any emergency situations that may require immediate action.  More here.
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