Village Center

Village Offices and Community Center
PO Box 156, Van Etten, NY 14889-0156
Phone: (607) 589-4484
FAX: (607) 589-4009
   Village Office hours:  Monday through Thursday (2-6 p.m.) 

Regular meetings of the Village Board are at the Village Center Board Room, 
on the 3rd  Monday of each month, at 7 p.m.preceded by the Audit Committee review of bills.
Next Village Board Meeting will be on Monday, Nov 21, 2016. 


First Annual Tree Lighting in Van Etten !!!!
Saturday, November 26th at 3:00pm with inclement weather day being Sunday, the 27th - same time.
Bring an ornament to decorate the Christmas Tree in Banfield Square (in front of VE Village Fire Dept)
Hot Cocoa, Coffee, Cookies & Music!
Crafts for the kids - Santa too!
Tree lighting at dark

FREE 2 Hour Workshop - Monday, November 28, 2016
1:30-3:30 pm - Village Community Center
You'll learn about lowering your energy bill, Low-cost actions to reduce energy usage, Chem Co programs
Free Gift and be entered for special grand prize !
Register in advance at 734-4453, Extension 202 or 215

Saturday, December 3, 2016, 7:30-11:30 AM
Village of Van Etten Community Center
6 Gee Street (across from the Dandy)
Contact: Pamela, 607-589-7970 
Please schedule your blood donation appointment

Marleah Denkenberger, Southern Tier Program Coordinator for Alzheimers Association
will be at the Community Center, 6 Gee St; Van Etten on the 3rd Tuesday of each month from 2:00 - 4:00 pm.
Caregivers are invited to meet and obtain help with programs and services.

Village Taxes are mailed out on May 31st, 30 days prior to the due date of July 1, 2016.
Payments may be made:
  • Village Office during regular business hours
  • Tioga State Bank
  • Mailed along with original tax bill
  • Placed in secure drop box
The secure drop box for payments is next to the office entrance at the Village Center. 
Avoid using paper clips or staples. An envelope will keep items together. Thank you.

Additional information 

About the Village of Van Etten: 

Village of Spencer:

New York State provides a free alert service to its residents: NY-Alert
And, this site on emergency preparations: NY Prepare

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