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DRYDEN LAKE USERS: BLUE -GREEN ALGAE BLOOM ADVISORY

Please click HERE for more information.

Press Release from the Tompkins County Health Department.

 

Dryden Town Board Celebrates an Important Phase of Its Planned ‘Rail Trail’

Dryden Town Board Celebrates an Important Phase of Its Planned ‘Rail Trail,’ Thanks to William George Agency and Landowners’ Contributions!  Read the full press release here!
Read the news articles here:
http://www.ithacajournal.com/story/news/local/2017/07/14/dryden-rail-trail-one-step-closer-completion/478781001/

http://tompkinsweekly.com/news/2017/07/17/eye-transportation-recreation-dryden-works-rail-trail-expansion-plan/

http://www.stargazette.com/story/news/local/2017/07/14/dryden-rail-trail-one-step-closer-completion/478781001/

8/1/17 – Trail clearing begun by Project Lead! Read the full press release here!

Information on Large Scale Solar Facilities

 

Cayuga Lake Watershed Management Plan

The Cayuga Lake Watershed Intermunicipal Organization has finished the update of the watershed management plan.  Click here to view the Restoration and Protection Plan Update

New Trail Website for Outdoor Enthusiasts!
IthacaTrails Press Release

Summer/Fall recreation registration is open!

The 2017 Summer/Fall Activity Guide is now available!

Click Here to view our program guide!

Deliver paper registration forms to:

93 East Main Street Dryden, New York 13053

or register online at drydenrec.com

Casella Trash Tags

Due to the limited places that Casella Trash Tags are available in Dryden, the Town Clerk’s Office has decided to help out. We will be selling the 12 tag sheets at our office for $13.50, cash or check please.Please note that these are the tags for the Town. Tags for Village pick up are available at the Village Offices located at 16 South Street.

The Clerk’s office hours are 8am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday.

Results of Town Drinking Water Supply Survey

The Town’s Source Water Protection Committee is working with the New York Rural Water Association to create a source water protection plan. As a first step we conducted a survey and present the preliminary results here.

P: 607-844-8888 
F: multiple - check with the department 

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