120 South Mechanic Street Carthage, New York 13619    Phone: (315) 493-1060 Fax: (315) 493-7201

  • Village Court / Town of Wilna

    120 S Mechanic Street
    Carthage NY 13619
    315 493-2890
    Fax # 315 493-3485

    Village Court

    Mondays at 6:00PM
    Village Justice
    S.Lucille Shettleton, Judge

    Town of Wilna

    Thursdays at 6:00PM
    Town Justice
    Richard Buckingham, Judge

  • Department of Public Works

    1000 State Street
    Carthage NY 13619
    315 493-2210

    Business Hours
    Monday-Friday 7:00 to 3:30PM

    Daniel Trembley, DPW Superintendent

  • Village Historian

    Laura Prievo
    315 493-0406
  • Local Laws

    A databsae of local laws is availabe online.

    Click the link below to access it.

    LOCAL LAWS DATABASE

  • parksigntrail1trailmap
    If you’re looking for a place to enjoy the day during the winter months, head to the Carthage Park.

    There is a well marked trail system that winds through the woods where you can take in the sites and possibly see some wildlife such as song birds, grouse, wild turkeys and white-tailed deer. A map of the trail system can be viewed at the Kiosk before heading out. So bring your skis or snowshoes and enjoy the trails. Don’t forget to bring along a camera to capture the beauty.

    Village of Carthage Recreation Building

    1 Park Drive
    Carthage NY 13619
    315 493-1060 Ext. 1

    pdf small Park Building Use Request Form

  • Village of Carthage Police Department

    120 S. Mechanic Street
    Carthage NY 13619
    315 493-1141

    Reginald Huber, Chief

    Street Light Power Outages

    Contact National Grid

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    Water Department

    1000 State Street
    Carthage NY 13619
    315 493-2210

    Ernest Prievo, Water Superintendent

    • Water/Sewer Bills are sent out every three months; Jan. 1st, April 1st, July 1st, and Oct. 1st.
    Where does your water go?

    On average, each person uses 60 gallons of water every day. You can reduce your water usage by as much as 30% if you are efficient!

    • 28% flushed down the toilet
    • 23% used for laundry
    • 19% used for shower and baths
    • 15% from all other faucets
    • 12% unecessary leaks
    • 3% dishwashing
    1. Test your toilet. Add several drops of food coloring to the toilet tank, if it's leaking, the color will appear in the toilet without flushing. Adjust the level of water in the tank by lowering the float even one inch.
    2. Try to wash only full loads of laundry and match your washers load selector with the load size.
    3. Install a low flow shower head. A typical 5 minute shower uses around 20 gallons of water were a tub full of water is close to 50 gallons. To compare this, plug the drain when you take a shower and see how high the water level is when you are done.
    4. Don't let the water run while you are brushing your teeth or shaving. Turn the faucet on briefly to rinse.
    5. Keep any eye out for leaky toilets, drippy faucets, and hose bibs. A leaky toilet can increase your bill by $5.00 a day and the parts to replace them probably is under $20.00.

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