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PUBLIC NOTICES: What’s cancelled, what’s happening, and more as NYS tightens restrictions

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Seneca County Community Counseling

In response to COVID – 19 and for the Health and Safety of all Seneca County Residents,

Seneca County Mental Health Department has taken the following actions:

Seneca County Community Counseling Center (Mental Health and Addictions Services)

  • We are asking clients to refrain from coming to the clinic for their services except for injections.
  • All services, except injections will be offered via telehealth or telephone per client preference.
  • We are continuing to provide admissions for mental health and substance use disorder services including medication assisted treatment for Opioid Use Disorder
  • Clinicians will be calling all clients to discuss details for connecting to telehealth or telephone services.
  • Our hours of operation have been adjusted to the following schedule:

Monday-Friday, 8-5pm

No Saturday Services

  • If individuals have no internet access or email, we ask that they call the clinic so that we can make arrangements for them to be seen face to face.
  • Please call the Center at 315-539-1980 with any questions or concerns.


  • Call or visit Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program (CPEP at Clifton Springs Hosp) at 315-462-1080

  • Call Finger Lakes Lifeline 2-1-1

  • Call 9-1-1

  • Contact the National Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741

  • Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

Cayuga County (All Departments)

Update: The County Office Building is closed to the public effective immediately until further notice. Please contact our hotline 315-253-1355 if you need assistance from any County department. You may also access the county web site at for department contact information.  

While Cayuga County has no reports of any confirmed cases of the coronavirus, county leaders recognize that social distancing is the best known way to keep the virus from spreading. In an effort to reduce foot traffic and person-to-person interactions in county buildings and offices, county departments have made adjustments to staffing and daily operations to balance the safety of staff and residents with our responsibility to provide crucial services to clients. Immediate changes to certain departments, effective Wednesday, March 18, 2020, are listed below.

These are temporary measures and in line with guidance outlined by state agencies. At this time, please visit county offices only for time-sensitive and immediate needs. Many of our services are accessible online. Contact county staff before coming in to learn if they can assist you over the phone or email. Contact information for departments can be found at Changes to department operations will be updated on department web pages. Meeting cancellations will also be announced on the website.

While the county encourages social distancing as a precautionary safety measure, we also want to remain connected with residents. The county is setting up a webpage for information about Cayuga County’s response to COVID-19 at Please check back frequently as new information becomes available daily. Don’t miss any updates by signing up to automatic email and/or text message notifications at Click the mail or phone icon next to Coronavirus COVID-19 Response in the alert center and you will be notified as soon a new update is posted.

Amidst this health crisis, Cayuga County government remains committed to serving your needs!

Social Services
All business is conducted over the phone. At this time, there will be no evictions, utility shut-offs, or work requirements for any assistance programs. Please call the department you are seeking applications and other information from:

Temporary Assistance: Applicants 315-253-1294, Recipients 315-253-1291, Fax 315-253-1505
Day Care: 315-253-1446, Fax 315-253-8050
SNAP: 315-253-1210, Fax 315-253-4960. Apply online at
HEAP: 315-255-4904, Fax 315-253-1295. Apply online at
Medicaid Local: 315-253-1382, Fax 315-253-1230, State 1-888-355-5777. Apply online at
Child Support: 1-888-208-4485, Fax 315-253-1283
Statewide Reporting for Child Abuse Toll Free Hotline Number: 1-800-342-3720

Any paperwork can be placed in the drop box on the1st floor. You can also mail to: Cayuga County Department of Social Services, 160 Genesee Street, Auburn, NY 13021 or email to [email protected] or [email protected]

Mental Health

The Cayuga County Mental Health Clinic remains open, but until further notice, all appointments for current and new clients will be conducted over the phone. If you receive an injectable medication, you will continue to receive your medication as regularly scheduled. Please report to the building for your appointment. If you are experiencing a crisis, please contact our office at 315-253-0341. Staff is available to assist you during normal hours of operation (Monday to Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm). Crisis services remain available after 4:30 pm and can be accessed by calling the same number 315-253-0341.

Cayuga County Office for the Aging

No office visits are being scheduled at this time, and all inquiries should be made by phone at 315-253-1226 or e-mail [email protected]. For everyone’s health and safety, please no walk-ins. Meals on Wheels will be delivered on a normal schedule as long as possible. Congregate nutrition sites at Boyle, Mercy, Stryker, and Schwarts Towers apartment buildings are closed, but registered congregate participants 60 and over can still request a daily meal. All program participants are encouraged to have a supply of shelf stable meals on hand in case of service disruption. For senior nutrition program questions, please call 315-253-1550. Call 315-253-1226 for assistance with Medicare questions and enrollment/changes for Medicare Supplements, Advantage plans, and Part D drug coverage. The office continues to provide contracted aide service and case management services for clients and is still accepting referrals for those 60 and over who need help in the home and meet program eligibility. For more information, please call 315-253-1226. For NYConnects long term care options counseling and benefits eligibility assistance call 315-253-1226.

Department of Motor Vehicles

Cayuga County DMV moves to appointment-only service until further notification. Residents can make appointments online at

If you cannot book online call 315-253-1241 to make an appointment. Walk-ins will not be permitted to enter the DMV Office. U.S. passport applications are suspended. No permit tests will be processed. DMV transactions that can be completed online are listed at .

County Clerk’s Recording Office

Will be closed to the public effective Wednesday, March 18. Customers will have several options to process transactions: using our E-recording partners to electronically record land transactions; e-filing court papers through NYSCEF, mailing documents to the office, or dropping off their documents to the County Clerk drop-off container located in the lobby of the County Office Building.

To make an appointment for Notary service, please call 315-253-1271 to schedule an appointment. Record searches can be conducted online at indexing of many of our land records, judgment, liens, business certificates and court records are available at no charge; there is a small fee for viewing documents and printing copies. There is a minimal fee for printing copies or viewing documents. For all other filings: Mail your documents to our office with appropriate fees (see the fee schedule on the County Clerks website).

Real Property

Visitors by appointment only. All inquiries should be made via phone at 315-253-1270 or email [email protected].

Call 315-253-1246 to speak to your Probation Officer about reporting requirements and appointments. For restitution payments call 315-294-8115.

Parks & Trails

Call 315-253-5611 or email at [email protected] for all inquiries prior to visiting the offices. Event inquiries, rentals, boat slips, contracts and other inquiries can be handled over the phone, by email or postal services. The Ward O’Hara Agricultural Museum will be closed until further notice. The Sterling Nature Center is cancelling all programs through mid-April.

Board of Election

Consult the website for voter registration forms, absentee ballot applications, political calendar, and candidate forms. Email specific questions to [email protected].

Human Resources and Civil Service

Drop-ins are no longer accepted. If you have an issue that needs to be addressed or you require paperwork, please call 315-253-1284 to set up an appointment. Postponements and changes to exams will be communicated by website, email, and phone.

Cayuga County Court

All Court activity is consolidated into the Historic Post Office. All phones are operating and there are staff to answer inquiries. We are only hearing emergency and urgent matters. All cases that had been scheduled for the next 60 days are being rescheduled. Notices should go out by the end of the week. Litigants are encouraged to access services by phone at 315-237-6450, email or postal mail. No mundane inquiries will be answered in person until further notice. Filings received by mail will be scheduled out beyond the 60 day mark. Any cases that do come on the calendar as emergencies will be heard in the Historic Post Office and no spectators (friends or family) will be allowed into the building.

Seneca County Community Counseling Center (Mental Health and Addictions Services)

We are asking clients to refrain from coming to the clinic for their services except for injections. All services, except injections will be offered via telehealth or telephone per client preference. Clinicians will be calling all clients to discuss details for connecting to telehealth or telephone services.  Our hours of operation have been adjusted to the following schedule:

  • Monday-Friday, 8-5pm
  • No Saturday Services
  • If individuals have no internet access or email, we ask that they call the clinic so that we can make arrangements for them to be seen face to face.
  • Please call the Center at 315-539-1980 with any questions or concerns.


– Call or visit Comprehensive Psychiatric Emergency Program (CPEP at Clifton Springs Hosp) at 315-462-1080

– Call Finger Lakes Lifeline 2-1-1

– Call 9-1-1

– Contact the National Crisis Text Line by texting HOME to 741-741

– Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255)

From Judge Craig Doran in the 7th Judicial District:

Effective March 16, 2020 at 5 p.m., all non-essential functions of the courts have been postponed until further notice. Doran added that each county within the 7th Judicial District has consolidated court operations into one building for essential court matters as outlined in the attached Administrative Order. In Monroe County, a core team of essential staff (including judges) are available at the Hall of Justice in Rochester to manage essential court matters. Cayuga, Livingston, Ontario, Seneca, Steuben, Wayne and Yates Counties have also consolidated court matters to one location and have staff and judges available when essential matters arise. Other changes implemented in the 7th Judicial District to protect health and safety include:

• If an essential court proceeding is scheduled, only litigants and their attorneys will be permitted in the courthouse – (family and friends will not be permitted.)

• Cancelling or postponing all in-person meetings that do not involve court proceedings scheduled to occur in 7th Judicial District Courthouses through the end of April of 2020.

“Protecting the health and safety of all who work in or enter our courthouses in the 7th Judicial District remains our top priority,” Doran said. “Emergency preparedness in the courts is ongoing, and in response to the threat of the Coronavirus or COVID-19, the 7th Judicial District has been working

proactively in collaboration with the Office of Court Administration (OCA), county officials and the legal community to implement local plans focused on infection control through safety protocols and reducing foot traffic through our courts.”

The 7th Judicial District will continue to carefully monitor the situation and encourage anyone with court-related questions to call or email their local courthouses. Contact information and information related to New York State Court postponements is available online for all courthouses in the 7th Judicial District on the New York State Unified Court System Website at

From Ontario County Sheriff Kevin Henderson:

The jail is not allowing visitors for inmates. We are in the process of giving the inmates more opportunity’s to make phone calls and use of inmate tablets that we have in the jail to send emails.

All programs have been cancelled, and only essential service providers will allowed in the jail, such as mental health and substance abuse case workers.

We encourage people to call the records division if someone wants a copy of an accident report or incident report. The number is (585) 396-4618. In some cases that require a FOIL request the individual should go to the county website and request it online.
Currently the Civil Division is receiving payments and will process civil judgements. We encourage people to call the Civil Division at (585) 396-4666 before coming to the Sheriff’s Office to see if the matter can be handled by phone or email.

People can go to our website which can answer many questions that one may have.

Our deputies have been issued supplies for them to use in regards to the Covid-19 protocols and universal precautions. As stated in my release, we will be responding to emergency calls and also be assisting with EMS and Fire Calls when needed. Non-emergency calls maybe handled over the phone with an interview, the road patrol supervisor will determine if a call can be handled over the phone. They have been instructed to the social distancing when able, and if they make an arrest they should use the precautions that have been provided by the administration and guidance from the state.

Non-essential employees have been identified and will be working from home, per the county request. All essential employees, Road Patrol, Corrections and 911 staff are working, some are on staggered shifts to answer calls and cover daily operations.

I have been having daily administration meetings with all of my division supervisors and we continue to monitor the ever changing status of the pandemic.

We have policies and procedures in place and will continue to change and adapt as needed. ALL public safety needs will be met.

From Seneca County Office for the Aging:

Effective, Wednesday, March 18, 2020, the Seneca County Office for the Aging Congregate Nutrition Site at Verona Village, Ovid, NY will be closed for lunch and activities until further notice. Effective Thursday, March 19, 2020 the Waterloo Nutrition site located in the Health and Senior Services Building in Waterloo, NY will be closed for lunches and activities until further notice. The offices will remain open should you have a question or concern, please call (315) 539-1765 or (315) 607-869-9420. The Senior Center, Inc. will be available for transportation requests on a limited basis. Please call 315-539-1780 for more information.

From the Seneca Falls Police Department:

As CIVID-19 continues to evolve, so does the required Seneca Falls PD response protocol. Effective immediately, all non-emergency incidents, depending on the nature, that require law enforcement involvement will be handled over the telephone in order to limit contact. On calls requiring law enforcement response, officers may ask you to step outside, in order to create the recommended six feet of social distancing.

Understand that if you call E-911 for any reason, dispatchers have instituted new call screening protocols to help identify potential COVID-19 cases.

For additional up to date information the New York State Department of Health has issued an informational document that offers guidelines to best address the recent Corona Virus outbreak. Included in this document are a list of resource guides to better prepare for this continued health emergency.

Please be patient with all of our first responders. These new response protocols are temporary and are in place to protect our first responders as well as the community we serve. Our goal is to ensure our staff remains healthy and available to provide the quality of service that our residents and visitors expect.

From the Ovid Public Library:

Due to the Seneca County State of Emergency, the Ford Library is Ovid will close March 16 through April 14, 2020. Residents are encouraged to visit the library’s website and Facebook page for updates on library services. The Ford Library will allow people to request books, DVDs, and videogames from within our building. Please use the library website, email or phone to make requests. Items will be available for an outdoor pick-up Monday-Friday. If residents need printing or fax services, please call to schedule a time to use the library’s resources. The Ford Library provides 24/7 Wi-Fi and electrical outlets are available around the exterior of our library. Our library’s website:; email: [email protected]; telephone: (607)869- 3031.

From Junius Town Court:

Pursuant to the NYS Office of Court Administration Order issued on Monday, March 16, 2020, the Junius Town Court offices will also be closed effective Monday, March 16, 2020 at 5:00PM until further notice.

From the Knights of Columbus in Geneva:

The Knights of Columbus in Geneva is going to offer DRIVE UP Corned Beef or ham dinners from 12:00 till sold out. $10.00 a dinner. Meal includes corned beef or ham, potatoes, carrots, cabbage and onions. You don’t need to get out of your car. To place your order call 315-789-1606 that’s 315-789-1606

From NYCC:

Together in these past weeks we have seen a rapid evolution of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) global pandemic. Most recently, New York state, Seneca County, and surrounding counties have declared States of Emergency, and many schools and businesses have begun to go into emergency procedures. NYCC leadership and the College’s crisis response team (CRT) have been in close contact with our public health officials and one another to ensure we have the latest, most accurate data we need to make good decisions and act accordingly

Now, as we enter a new phase of the pandemic, we find we must take new, decisive steps to align with federal, state and local mandates, as well as preserve our community’s health and safety in this unprecedented situation.


  • Doctor of Chiropractic and Acupuncture & Oriental Medicine courses will suspend face-to-face instruction and move to remote/online whenever possible beginning at NOON on Monday, March 16. This will last through the completion of the Winter 2020 trimester. Library and learning resources will be also available online. We plan to resume face-to-face instruction as scheduled at the beginning of the Spring 2020 trimester; updates will be sent as that date approaches. All online courses in the M.S. in Applied Clinical Nutrition and M.S. in Human Anatomy and Physiology Instruction will continue as scheduled.
  • All NYCC facilities will be restricted to employee-only access as of 4:30 p.m. on Monday, March 16. This includes the NYCC Seneca Falls campus; library; Standard Process Fitness Center; and Seneca Falls, Depew and Levittown health centers. We anticipate this restriction will be in place through Monday, March 30. We encourage all students and others to collect and take home any personal belongings by end of the business day, Monday, March 16.
  • All gatherings and visits to campus are canceled through F. May 1. This includes Winter 2020 Transitions and Commencement ceremonies; alternate events celebrating this term’s new clinicians and graduates will be scheduled in the future.

From Cayuga Community College:

To ensure the health and safety of the local community and the staff and students at Cayuga Community College, the Harlequin Productions performances of “Jill Trent, Science Sleuth” scheduled for Friday, March 20, and Saturday, March 21, have been cancelled. The 7:30 p.m. show scheduled for Thursday, March 19, will be the final performance. The location of the play, the Irene A. Bisgrove Theatre at Cayuga’s Auburn Campus, provides sufficient space for attendees to practice social distancing. Cayuga has already instituted enhanced cleaning protocols, and all surfaces in the theatre will be disinfected prior to the audience taking their seats.

From the City of Geneva:

for the most up-to-date City information.
At this time, we are unaware of any confirmed cases of
COVID-19 in Ontario County.
No In-Person Visits to most City Facilities –
Information Below for Staff Communication
City Hall, Public Works facilities and the Ice Rink will be closed for in-person visits effective Monday, March 16th, 2020. Staff will be available Monday-Friday from 8:30 AM to 4 PM via phone or email to assist with business.
Assessor – 315-789-0091 or [email protected] (Stephen Pigeon)
City Clerk – 315-789-2603 or [email protected] (Lori Guinan)
City Manager – 315-789-6104 or [email protected] (Sage Gerling)
Comptroller/Finance – 315-789-2114 or [email protected] (Adam Blowers)
Development Services – 315-789-5311 or [email protected] (Neal Braman)
Engineering/Public Works – 315-789-3101 or [email protected] (Mark Perry)
Fire – 315-789-6305 or [email protected] (Chief Combs)
Geneva Neighborhood Resource Center – 315-828-6588 or [email protected] (Jessica Avila)
Personnel – 315-789-4369 or [email protected] (Jennifer Slywka)
Police – 315-828-6771 or [email protected] (Chief Passalacqua)
Recreation -315-789-5005 or [email protected] (Dave Sharman)
For bill paying, please pay online ( ), mail payments to City Hall (47 Castle Street, Geneva, NY, 14456) or put payments in the drop box in the entryway of City Hall.

Event Regulations

All events approved by the City and/or utilizing public resources must be cancelled effective March 13th, 2020. This order will remain in effect until further notice.
Event planners and the community will be notified when this order is lifted.  For any questions regarding this regulation, please contact Sage Gerling at [email protected] or 315-789-6104.

City Meetings

City meetings will be postponed or utilize video conferencing technology to adhere to the open meetings laws, when applicable, and allow community members to follow.
Committees, boards and commissions will be notified if their meetings will be postponed or be conducted via conference call or video conferencing.
The City’s website calendar will be updated with information for each meeting.

Health Guidelines

The NYSDOH hotline for general questions about the Coronavirus is 1-888-364-3065. Additional resources are also available through, and
Hand washing remains the most effective method of preventing the spread of germs, including coronavirus. Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, especially after going to the bathroom, before eating, and after blowing your nose, coughing or sneezing.
Additionally, the CDC recommends these everyday preventative actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases including Coronavirus:
– Avoid close contact with people who are sick
– Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
– Stay home when you are sick
– Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash
– Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces
Community Closings
GENEVA CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT: The Geneva City School District will be closed to students on Monday, March 16. All extracurricular and sporting events are canceled, effective immediately. The school will reopen temporarily to students on Tuesday, March 17. Tuesday will be a half day for students throughout the district, with the busing schedule following that of a typical half day. This will allow students to collect any personal items and receive additional information regarding remote learning. Following Tuesday morning, the district will be closed until April 14. Please monitor our website,, for updates.
YMCA: The Geneva Family YMCA will suspend operations beginning 5 pm Sunday March 15th until further notice.  The Y will continue to offer Emergency School Age Childcare during this time. More information at:

Community Support

Geneva residents and community organizations are putting plans together to help community members most vulnerable to the mental, physical and financial impacts of COVID-19. Please contact Erica Collins at 315-789-6104 or [email protected] to share efforts you are creating.

From the City of Canandaigua:

From Tuesday, March 17, 2020 until Tuesday, March 31, 2020, in the interest of protecting the health of City employees and to encourage residents to stay home and prevent the spread of this virus, all City facilities will be closed to the public.

The City will be operating with minimum staffing. All business/transactions with the City must be conducted via email, online or via mail. The City Hall also has a drop box located on the side entrance of City Hall on West Ave. Payments, plans, applications, etc. can be securely placed in the drop box. Marriage licenses will be issued by appointment only. All other face-to-face meetings are canceled.

City Parks will remain open, but amenities in the parks (playgrounds) may not be sanitized. Residents are reminded to take precautions such as social distancing, washing hands, covering your mouth and noise with a tissue or with your sleeve when sneezing or coughing, not touching eyes, nose, or mouth with unwashed hands and most importantly staying home if you are feeling sick.

Solid waste collection will continue as scheduled, but the City’s utilization of the Town Transfer Station on March 28th has been cancelled.

Police and Fire operations will continue as normal outside of extra precautions that have and will be taken while responding to incidents. (SEE POLICE and FIRE Releases below)

Following the direction that the State has taken for its employees, all City employees that will be working from home, working less hours or not reporting to work will not be charged accruals (leave time) during this time.

In order to try to help Downtown restaurants and bars operate delivery and curbside service, parking in front of restaurants and bars Downtown will be restricted.

The City is committed to doing its part to protect the health and safety of our residents while continuing to provide essential services. We ask for your patience and understanding as we all adjust to react and respond to this unprecedented public health emergency.

Canandaigua Fire Department

In lieu of very recent information associated with the COVID-19 outbreak, the City of Canandaigua Fire Department will be taking measures to assure the health and wellbeing of all its Firefighters and Staff, so, they may continue to serve the community.

Effective immediately, all Fire Department community outreach programs, including but are not limited to Blood Drives, Community Meals, Fire Station Tours, and Fire Prevention / Fire Safety Education Programs are temporarily postponed until further notice.

Unless complaint driven, all Commercial Fire Inspections, Re-Inspections or Public Events where the fire department would normally participate, are also postponed until further notice.

City of Canandaigua Fire Stations will remain secured and not allowing in the public for the safety of our personnel. As such, please refrain from stopping by our fire stations for a social visit or to drop off items. Feel free to call the Fire Station at (585) 396- 5052 if you have a question or need further direction.

As always, our firefighters will always address any emergency situation you come to the fire station with. If you do come to a fire station, immediately state your emergency so the necessary safety precautions can be taken to assure the wellbeing of everyone. If you have symptoms that coincide with COVID-19 or the flu please let the Firefighters know immediately so first responders can properly be protected.

All City of Canandaigua Fire personnel are taking the necessary precautions to assure their wellbeing so we can continue to serve our residents in the Canandaigua community.

Do not hesitate to contact a fire station with non-emergent questions and remember to call 9-1-1 if you have a fire or medical emergency.

Canandaigua Police Department

As the response to the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, The Canandaigua Police Department will continue to provide the quality service that our residents and visitors expect when they call 911.

Social distancing is highly important during this time to limit the scope of exposure, and since Officers interact with a high volume of people daily, we have temporarily modified our policies to limit Officers’ person-to-person contact with citizens when possible. If you need police service, please call 911 or (585)394-4560 and give all of your contact information to the Dispatcher. Depending on the nature of the incident and the response needed, Officers likely will call you back first via telephone. Officers may take your report via telephone if a in-person response is not necessary. Officers will continue to respond to emergency situations when necessary and will take precautions to limit potential exposure to others.

If you respond to the Canandaigua Police Department in person for service and have any illness symptoms, please wait in your vehicle and DO NOT enter the building. Call 911 or (585)394-4560 first and an “Prepared” Officer will come to you at your vehicle.

The members of the Canandaigua Police Department understand the increased anxiety the community is experiencing due to the increasing list of closures as this pandemic evolves. We will continue to make sure that your safety is our top priority.

From the Drop in Center in Seneca Falls:

We would like to inform the community of the closing of our Drop in Center, beginning Wednesday, 3/18, 2020, until further notice. This closing is in response to preventing the risk of spreading the coronavirus.

From the Town of Romulus:

Due to concerns about the COVID-19 outbreak and in keeping with other federal, state, and local agencies, effective Monday, March 16, 2020 at 5:00PM the Romulus Town office building in Willard will be closed to the public until further notice. Staff will continue to report, but the office doors will remain locked. We are still available to answer questions (contact information is included below). Payments may be deposited in the secure mail slot at the front of the building. If a face-to-face meeting is absolutely necessary, an appointment may be made, but we are encouraging everyone to conduct any necessary business remotely if at all possible.

All previously scheduled meetings utilizing the Town office facility are also cancelled (i.e. Town Board, Planning Board, etc.)

Pursuant to the NYS Office of Court Administration Order issued on Monday, March 16, 2020, the Romulus Town Court offices will also be closed effective Monday, March 16, 2020 at 5:00PM until further notice.

Thank you for your cooperation and consideration.

Contact Information

Romulus Town Offices
Mary Farnsworth
607 869-9326 x222

Romulus Town Clerk
Jane Braunig
607 869-9326 x226

Romulus Town Website

From the Ithaca Police Department:

The Ithaca Police Department would like to provide the following information to the public regarding procedural adjustments based on the Covid-19 epidemic.

In accordance with the protocols and recommendations currently in place by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), State and local health departments; we will be making the following adjustments to limit exposure and the spread of Covid-19 within our department and community.

When calling 911 or the non-emergency number please ensure you provide a call back number whenever possible. Our officers will likely contact you via telephone before arrival to assess the need for an in-person response. For minor reports, Officers will likely provide you with the report number and complete the report without personal interaction.

Please be prepared to step outside of your home to meet with the officer in an open environment. This consistent with the recommended social distancing to curb the spread of this illness.

Additionally, our Police Department lobby is now closed to the public. It will not be staffed to accommodate any walk-in complaints until further notice.

We will continue to respond accordingly to any emergency calls for service.

We would like to thank the public for your cooperation and understanding during this challenging time.

From the Seneca County Clerk’s Office: