Town of DeRuyter, New York
Welcome to DeRuyter, NY!!
The Town of DeRuyter is located in the heart of
Central New York on State Route 13 in the southwest corner of Madison County. The Village of DeRuyter is about 20 miles
northeast of Cortland and about 30 miles south of Syracuse. The east branch of the Tioughnioga River flows through the Town.
DeRuyter Lake which is about 2 miles long and 3/4's of a mile wide at its widest point, is located 3 miles north of the
Village. The Town has an official 2010 population of 1,589 (Village population of 558) which swells with seasonal lake residents to
approximately 2,100 during summer months.
DeRuyter Town Offices are
located on the first floor of the Genevieve D. Staley Civic Center.
Physical Address: 735 Utica Street, DeRuyter, NY 13052
Mailing Address: PO Box 394, DeRuyter, NY 13052
|The Village of Hamilton's Salt Building - Similar to what will be built in DeRuyter
The Town of DeRuyter
is moving forward with plans to construct a sand and salt storage building on the site of the former highway garage at 811
Utica Street. The 70 year-old former garage has served the town well, however, its useful life has passed and is no-longer
suitable to meet the needs of a modern highway department. The new facility will be a 40' x 96' structure with a 20' x 70'
cold-storage lean-to attached to its east side and will have a capacity to store 1,500 tons of sand and salt. The Town
awarded the low-bid for construction of this facility to Secor Building Solutions at a cost of $143,750.00. Additional work
for site preparation and electrical needs are projected to cost up to $27,500.00. The old garage demolition, including asbestos
abatement, is projected to cost $45,000.00 bringing the total project budget in at $216,250.00. The Town Board has
approved the issuance of $200,000.00 in bonds and will use building reserves and fund balance to cover the balance of the
The project will begin with the abatement of
the old garage in July and the total demolition being complete by the end of August. The construction of the new facility
will be complete by October 30.
who have recently completed similar projects estimate that they have saved up to 33% of their material usage. We
currently mix salt in with the sand pile to prevent freezing and for more-effective snow and ice removal from the
roadways. With the sand pile outside in the elements, the rain will wash some of the salt from the sand - this salt
loss costs the town money every year. Wet sand, beyond being heavier than dry sand, is less-effective in the treatment
of snow and ice from the roads creating the need to use more product to achieve the expected results. The Town expects
to use less sand and salt due to this new facility which will save the taxpayers and be better for the envionment.
Anyone with questions or concerns regarding this
project, or any other issue, is encouraged to contact the Town Supervisor at 367-1355.
Town Phone Numbers
315-367-1350 - Becky Wightman, Town Clerk/Collector
315-367-1351 - Becky Marshall, Deputy Town Clerk/Collector
315-367-1352 - Steve Harris, Assessor
- Roger Cook, Codes Enforcement Officer
- Dan Degear, Town Supervisor
315-367-1359 - Town Fax Line
Sheriff Field Office
- 315-367-1358 - Field
Recently Uploaded Files:
Standard Work Day Reporting for Town Officials
Bid Documents - Salt / Sand Storage Bldg.
- Bid Results 6/8/2016
Salt Building Electrical RFP
2016 Town Operating Budget
2015 Annual Financial Report
2015 DeRuyter Lake Septic Survey Results
Town of DeRuyter Hazardous Mitigation Plan
Tax Freeze Efficiency Plan