New York State Department of Transportation Project


The two year reconstruction project of Rt. 12 through the Village is completed. The street lights were turned on in March with a dedication ceremony. Richard Woodman, one of the Barton Trust Trustees and Senator David Valesky were at the ceremony to turn the switch on. Funding for the 82 new street side period lights was acquired through grants from the Barton Trust Fund and a Legislative Initiative Grant through Senator Valesky's office.

The new clock on the corner of Main St. and White St. was donated to the village by the Waterville Rotary Club.

Two new Welcome to Waterville signs have been erected at the southern and northern end of Rt. 12 entering into the village. These signs were purchased and donated to the village by the Waterville Garden Club and the Waterville Women's Club.

An informational Kiosk is being built by a BOCES class, and once completed will be located in the downtown area.

The trees have been planted and are blooming, the flags and flower baskets have been returned to the light poles, the water trough in the park is once again displaying a beautiful floral arrangement and pedestrians are enjoying walking through downtown all the way to Sangerfield.

The village board wishes to extend their appreciation to the Main St. committee who worked very hard these last three years helping to plan the village's new appearance.

COME VISIT WATERVILLE and enjoy our new appearance.