Low Income Household Water Assistance Program ( LIHWAP)
Please click on the link above for more information on LIHWAP or call the Clerk/Treasurer
Watercraft Inspection Steward Program report
If you have launched at our boat ramps, you may have seen the Watercraft Inspection Steward Program. Click the link to see their report: https://www.sleloinvasives.org/initiatives/watercraftinspection/
National Grid costs
Thanks to our solar panels the Village of Cape Vincent is saving our tax payers money!
More savings are coming as the Village of Cape Vincent will be planting reeds soon in the reed beds at the Sewer plant now that they have DEC approval!! This will help to reduce our sewer rates!
NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF STATE ANNOUNCES GROUNDBREAKING OF NEW YORK STATE ‘REDI’ PROJECT IN VILLAGE OF CAPE VINCENT, JEFFERSON COUNTY
$103,000 Awarded to the Village to Reconstruct Real Street Seawall; Promote Safety of Residents and Visitors
During the high-water flood events that took place in the summer of 2017 and again in 2019, the Real Street seawall, located directly on the St. Lawrence River, suffered extensive damage. Flooding coupled with intense wave action scoured the wall, leaving the bedding stone displaced, and the wall blocks uneven and unstable. Support materials behind the wall have been washed away by storm action leaving the top of the wall system tilted back into the shoreline. The present condition of the seawall presents a hazard for residents and visitors to the Village. The REDI Commission awarded the village $103,000 to reconstruct and raise the seawall. The wall will be rebuilt using stacked limestone rock and new bedding stone. An apron will be constructed of quarry stone behind the seawall.
“The Village of Cape Vincent took a hard hit during the flooding of 2019, with many of our businesses feeling the repercussions of the damage that was left in it’s wake. With the State’s partnership, and through the REDI program, we are reimagining and rebuilding critical infrastructure within our community. When completed, these projects will ensure that we are better equipped to handle future flooding events. Our shoreline will be able to remain open, allowing visitors to enjoy all that Cape Vincent has to offer. On behalf of the Village I would like to extend our gratitude to Governor Hochul for her continued support throughout this process.”
For REDI information and updates, go to Department's tab above and go to Mayor's office
For POLICE Reform information and policies, go to the Police tab above or to the Policies & Codes section
Club Street Project WDT article
We are happy to announce the Village of Cape Vincent is now accepting Credit and Debit cards for Water/Sewer and Tax Payments! Links are available on this site...Go to Departments, then Village Clerk. If you need further assistance, please call 315-654-2533.
Track your own water usage! Link is available on our site...Go to Departments, then Utilities. The Annual Drinking Quality Report is also available under the Utilities section.
It is the mission of the Village Board to serve the needs of the Village of Cape Vincent with appropriate services and to promote its growth and well-being for its residents.
Cape Vincent is a small-town, rural community with unique scenic, historical and natural resources. We are committed to preserving these essential qualities that make it a desirable place to live, while seeking to improve the local economy by promoting compatible residential and small business growth.
Phone: (315) 654-2533
Fax: (315) 654-2775
127 E. Joseph St.
PO Box 337
Cape Vincent, NY 13618