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Welcome to Boonville New York

A message from Mayor Dellerba
Summit Street bridge

I would like to update the residents of Boonville on the Summit Street Bridge.
The Village was awarded a Bridge NY grant to replace the Summit Street Bridge shortly before the village sweeper broke through the blacktop in April. When the accident happened we notified the engineers and Oneida County and the bridge project was moved to the top of the list for re-construction, however, there are many details to be researched/planned/drawn before construction can begin. We have been advised that the bridge is scheduled for construction next summer, but it could possibly be 2024. The grant is being administered by Oneida County with an estimated project cost of $971,000.00.
We’ve looked at length for temporary fixes to open Summit Street but since the initial sink hole was discovered, the bridge has deteriorated significantly, and we have been unable to find a solution that would prove 100% safe.
We are sorry for the inconvenience this caused, however, safety comes first. 

Curbside Debris Collection

Please be advised that the Village of Boonville DPW will be picking up curbside lawn clippings and yard waste on Mondays only from April 15 - November 15, with a special pick up the 2nd Tuesday in January for holiday green waste. Green waste must be at the curb side of the street for no longer than 24 hours.

Stored green waste for pick up must meet the property maintenance code of the Village of Boonville and the 2022 Building Codes of NYS.  

Contractors are prohibited from placing green waste and brush at the curb; they are responsible for their own disposal.  

Acceptable green waste to leave for curbside pick up are lawn clippings, leaves, and branches up to 4" in diamteer and 4' in length.  there will be no shrub/root ball pick up at the curb and container used shall weighing no more than 50 pounds.  

Absolutely no pet waste, garbage, lumber, or any other refuse items.  If your curbside debris is found to have any of the waste items in it that are not permissible, the debris will not be picked up.

Boonville residents can also bring their green waste, brush, limbs larger than 4" in diameter and longer than 4' in length and shrubs/root balls over 50 pounds to the Boonville Transfer Site at 13680 State Route 12, between 8:30AM - 4:00PM, Monday-Saturday, except holidays.  
Additional green waste questions?  Please call the Village's Transfer Site: (315)943-2055

Village of Boonville Transfer Site

Open Monday - Saturday
8:30AM - 4:00PM


The Village and Town of Boonville now have Covid Test Kits available to the public free of charge.  If you are in need of a test kit, you may stop by the
Village and Town Offices from 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM Monday - Friday
The Boonville Fire Department from 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM, every day.
Please use the side door, if they are out on a call, please check back later.
These kits are available on a first come first serve basis, and a limit of 2 test kits per person.

2022 Tentative Meeting

All meetings begin at 7:00PM unless otherwise noted

October 11 & 25
November 9 (due to Elections on the 8th) & 22
December 13 

Internet Access

An informative online survey put together by New York State Department of Public Service and ECC Technologies.  Take the survey to provide your internet service experience, and help tell us where there is greater need for internet service within New York State.  The DPS wants to hear from you! Follow the link below to find out more:

Boonville Environmental Council

 The Lead Poisoning Prevention Campaign

Boonville Environmental Conservation Council is pleased to announce a campaign to distribute lead poisoning prevention packets in the Village of Boonville through a partnership with the Lead-Free Mohawk Valley Coalition and the Oneida County Health Department.
In recent years, Oneida County has had one of the highest levels of childhood lead poisoning in New York State. Experts say children can be exposed to lead through a variety of sources, including contaminated soil or water; imported toys, pottery or cosmetics; and household paint manufactured before 1978. Long-term lead exposure can result in developmental delays, learning difficulties, and behavior issues, with lifelong health and financial consequences.
“The project’s focus is to make Boonville residents aware of potential lead hazards in their homes and provide information that can help prevent children from becoming poisoned.” said Dr. Mark Warfel, Lead-Free MV Coalition Chairperson.
Conservation Council members will be mailing info to area residents in November. NO sales are involved!
To learn more about what you can do to prevent lead poisoning contact the Oneida County Health Department by phone at 315-798-5842, online:  

A quiet and friendly village with a friendly and inviting downtown atmosphere.
Quaint shops and a variety of delicious restaurants

Erwin Park

Erwin Park is in full swing this summer and is a great area close to home for fun & exercise for the entire family!


Village Officials encourage everyone to use Erwin Park and its' many free amenities.                         


The park is open from sun up until sun down, come and enjoy a game of tennis, basketball or volleyball or perhaps a relaxing picnic!


The newly paved 1/2 mile walking path is lighted for year 'round walking.                         


Coming soon! >>>  walking trails with exercise stations for your enjoyment and fitness. Also available is a  walking trail up and over scenic Park Hill leading to the BYAA ball fields (Robert Smith Sports Complex).


The playgrounds are a great place for the kiddos to climb and explore!


Boonville New York is home to the Oneida County Fair! 

With so much excitement from shows to the rides, there is fun and excitement waiting for everyone!   Click the link to your left to learn more!

Boonville New York is home to the NYS Woodsmen's Field Days!

Burling (log rolling in water), Two-man Crosscut Sawing, Axe Throwing,  Speed Chopping, Chainsaw Carving, and much more!   Click the link to the right to learn more! 


Drop a Line

Don't hesitate to contact us

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Phone: +1 (315) 338-2880
Fax: +1(315) 338-2889