COVID-19 Response

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Town of Manlius COVID-19 Response

In an effort to promote public safety and well-being the Town of Manlius has declared a local state of emergency and will be modifying the following town operations. The Supervisor and the Town Board have taken this step as a precaution following suit with Onondaga County and the State of New York. Effective March 24, 2020 Manlius Town Hall will be closed to the public and available for emergency appointments only from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. Please call to make an appointment 315-637-3414. Residents are encouraged to conduct any town business by phone, internet, and mail. 

The Manlius Town Board, the Town of Manlius Police Department, the Town of Manlius Highway Department, Town Employees and First Responders in your community are working hard to keep everyone safe and keep essential government operations functioning. The Town of Manlius and all of your local municipalities have been working together and are in constant communication.

Virtual Meetings 

All Board, Commission and Committee Meetings will be conducted virtually. Please continue to monitor the town website and Facebook page for additional information and notice of meetings. Meeting information will be posted in the Document Center page and in the Agenda Center.

Brush Pick-Up Delays

Brush pick-up in the Town has resumed. Syracuse Haulers is working hard to collect the brush that has been put out for collections. You may experience some delays in pickup. For more information on your brush pick-up please email Sharon Lake at slake@townofmanlius.org

Town Court

Effective 5PM March 16, 2020 Town Court is not in session and not open for business. All Manlius Town Court matters are administratively adjourned until further notice. Upon resumption of the regular court sessions defendants will be contacted by court personnel at a future date.

Taxes

Payment of property taxes will be accepted in person at Town Hall until March 31st. Residents are encouraged to leave payments in the drop box located at the front entrance of town hall or make payments online at the town website.  (315) 637-6481 taxoffice@townofmanlius.org

Marriage Licenses

On Saturday, April 18, 2020 Governor Cuomo issued an executive order authorizing the ability to process marriage license applications and conduct wedding ceremonies remotely. If you are interested in obtaining your marriage license and would like more information on this process, view this message from Town Clerk Weber.

Dog Licenses

The Town Clerk is granting an extension on the renewal of dog licenses until further notice. Additionally, all in person transactions, especially handicap parking permits, will only be handled by mail. Please contact the Town Clerk’s Office via email or phone if you have questions on any clerk business matters.  (315) 637-3521 aweber@townofmanlius.org

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Planning and Development

Please call the Office of Planning and Development prior to conducting any business with that department. (315) 637-8619 rcapriotti@townofmanlius.org  

Recreation

The Town of Manlius Recreation Department Spring/Summer Brochure will be released with further information regarding programming. (315) 637-5188 pkenyon@townofmanlius.org

Parking

The Town of Manlius Police Department suspends the overnight parking ban on the streets in the Town of Manlius (to include the Villages of Fayetteville, Manlius and Minoa). The measure has been taken by the Town of Manlius Police Department recognizing that many family members will be home for an extended period of time and the removal of this ban will allow on street parking to accommodate additional vehicles. Residents are encouraged to be aware of potential late spring snow events that will require plows to clear the streets, in which case cars would need to be removed from roadways.

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