The front of Town Hall is now under construction. Please use the entrance in the back of the building to get to the Village Offices. We are located on the second floor of the building. We are sorry for the inconvenience; luckily it’s temporary!

Village Updates

19 hours ago

Village of Homer, NY

Members of Homer's High School Environmental Club and the Wild Center traveled to Albany Tuesday May 21st, to meet with DEC Commissioner Seggos, Mark Lowry & Dazzle Eckblad, DEC Office of Climate Change, Jared Snyder - Director of Climate, Air and Energy to discuss student involvement in Climate Summits and the Climate Smart Communities Program. Students from Homer High School are partnering with Village of Homer officials and community members to make the village more environmentally sustainable. ... See MoreSee Less

May 15 2019 Village Board Meeting
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3 weeks ago

Village of Homer, NY

Today’s Lime Q&A is essential to understanding how the company works. Q: If I rent one of the bikes do I have to return it to the same spot where I rented it? A: No, definitely not. Lime took a guess at where to stage the bikes to get started but then they will use the GPS systems installed on each bike to track popular pick up and drop off locations and have staff who can move the bikes to more popular areas as needed. You rent a bike. You ride a bike. You park a bike wherever you are when you’re done...within reason. The app will alert you if you’re trying to park a bike in an area with a no parking geofence but you also need to use some courtesy and common sense when parking. Don’t leave bikes laying on the ground, don’t block driveways or walkways, or leave in the road or on private property (like your porch). But you don’t have to leave them lined up next to other Lime bikes in a specific location either. These look pretty on the Homer Village Green but they will look prettier when they’re being used. ... See MoreSee Less