Village Newsletter - September 2015
posted September 16, 2015
Mark Tubbs Memorial Park - VOLUNTEER WORK DAY
Saturday, September 26, 9 AM - 12 Noon
posted September 13, 2015
Volunteers are needed to assist Lima’s Park Commission with a variety of work projects, including trail maintenance, weeding and pruning. Shovels, rakes & gloves will be helpful and we could use an extra wheelbarrow or two. Please join us if you can. Thank you!
Town Board to meet at 6 PM
posted September 4, 2015
Effective October 1, 2015, the Lima Town Board will meet beginning at 6 PM rather than 7 PM. Regular meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month, unless noticed otherwise to accommodate holiday scheduling. The earlier start time will provide additional time for the conduct of business during reasonable meeting hours. All meetings are open to the public and members of the public may request time to speak at any meeting.
Livingston County Needs You!
Help Livingston County Become America's Best Community!
posted August 20, 2015
Across the country, 50 communities have advanced to the quarterfinalist round of the America's Best Communities competition, a $10 million contest to stimulate economic revitalization in small towns and cities. As a quarterfinalist, Livingston County has been awarded $50,000 to develop a Community Revitalization Plan.
The goal of our Community Revitalization Plan is to grow our unique, authentic, and vibrant communities, create economic growth, and bring new residents into Livingston County. The plan will focus on the most long-lasting programs for the County. The core team for the project wants to ensure that all voices are heard during the planning process.
If Livingston County's plan is selected as a finalist, we will be awarded $100,000 to implement the plan. The grand prize winner of this competition will receive $3 million. We need you to help Livingston County win!
This is your opportunity to share your vision for Livingston County and to offer ways to enhance the County's status as a safe, healthy, and friendly place to live, work, and raise a family.
Town Newsletter - June 2015
posted July 1, 2015
Upcoming Town of Lima Road Projects
posted May 28, 2015
Paving is planned for a one mile stretch of Doran Road and 7/10 of a mile on Gale Road. Oil and stone will be applied to an additional mile along Clay Street.
Additional work will involve crushing gravel for use in projects, improvements to two large culverts on Heath Markham Road and expansion of the parking area at Mark Tubbs Memorial Park.
Oil and stone work has been completed on Martin Road and York Street, and contract arrangements have been made for new striping.
As always, we appreciate your patience and caution in areas where work is underway and highway crew members are working amidst traffic to maintain our roads and safety.
2014 Water Quality Report Released
posted April 28, 2015
The 2014 Water Quality Report has been released here (PDF).
Free Rabie Vaccination Clinics
posted May 11, 2015
Free rabies vaccination clinics for dogs, cat and ferrets. For Livingston County residents. More information can be viewed here (PDF).
The Healing Place Project
posted August 15, 2015
On Monday, August 10, representatives from the Honeoye Falls-Lima community came together to officially break ground on “The Healing Place." This project is being entirely funded through monetary and in-kind donations. More information can be found here (PDF).
Important Information About Your Drinking Water
posted March 24, 2015
Village of Lima Public Water Supply Has Levels of Total Trihalomethanes Above Drinking Water Standard.
Supervisor's Message - February 2015
posted February 26, 2015
Village of Lima Community Vision Plan - Progress Presentation
posted March 22, 2015
The Progress Presentation given on March 18th, 2015 for the Village of Lima Community Vision Plan can be viewed here (PDF).
Lima Volunteer Ambulance Introduces New Equipment
posted February 26, 2015
With an investment in new patient transport equipment, Lima Volunteer Ambulance has taken steps to improve safety for patients and volunteer crew members. Lima Town Supervisor Pete Yendell and board members Cathy Gardner, Dan Marcellus and Bruce Mayer recently accepted an invitation to learn about the new equipment and were treated to a demonstration at the Ambulance building.
Norm Caccamise and Donna Lindsay demonstrate new gurney and chair.
Lima Fire Department's New Rescue Truck
posted January 13, 2015
The Lima Fire Department replaced their 1990 vintage Ford truck with a new 2014 Ford 550 crew cab pictured above. The new truck although much smaller than the old truck was designed by the truck committee to fit the current and future needs of the LFD. Each compartment was designed, by the truck committee, to fit the different types of equipment it carries.
To view the complete press release, please click here.
Pictured from left to right are the members of the LFD truck committee who did the research and planning for the new rescue truck; Steve McGrath, Ron Obrien, Paul Luft, Rick Crego, Jerry Kleehammer, Alan Rotes, Mike Torres, and Aandy Luft
New Environmental Health Fee Schedule for Services
posted January 5, 2015
Lifeline Discount Telephone Service Program
posted September 3, 2014
Open Burning Regulations Posted
posted June 11, 2014
Open Burning regulations can be viewed here (PDF).
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Welcome to the Town and Village of Lima Website
posted January 10, 2011
Welcome to the Town and Village of Lima website. It is our goal to provide easy access to information that will be helpful to residents and others who have an interest in our community. We also hope to encourage citizen input by providing an efficient way to communicate with the Town and Village.
Find contact information for your local officials, agendas and minutes for meetings of the Town and Village Boards, the Planning Board and the Zoning Board of Appeals, information from Town and Village Departments, news releases, public notices, and reference documents including Lima’s Comprehensive Plan, Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plan, Zoning Codes and Budgets. Access the calendar at the top of the page for up-to-date information regarding local events.
If your community organization would like to provide information or a website link to be posted on the website, please provide information to Jennifer Shanks, Town Clerk. Look for updates in the coming weeks, including more on-line forms, updates on Town and Village projects and information regarding community organizations.
Let us know how we can improve the usefulness of the website. Is there additional information that you would like to see posted? Can we make the site easier to use? Please e-mail us using the link under “Contact Us” on the lower right corner of any website page, or call us at 582-1130.
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2014 Town Department Reports Available
posted February 26, 2015