Oneida County, NY
Complaints pertaining to roads, drainage, and winter snow removal/damage contact Highway Superintendent Jerome Alexander 315-335-7161 or 315-865-4208
Supervisor - Willard Streiff
Town Clerk - Georgianna Larry
Councilman - Dan Schwertfeger
Councilman - Fred J Mazza
Councilman - Alston Joseph Huey Jr.
Councilman - Robert Evans
THERE WILL BE AN OPEN PUBLIC MEETING
March 10, 2020
NOTICE FLOYD RESIDENTS
6:30PM AT THE TOWN HALL
TOPIC: COMPREHENSIVE PLAN UPDATE TO INCLUDE DISCUSSION ON SURVEY RESULTS AND FORSIGHT INTO STRENGTHS, WEAKNESSES, OPPORTUNITIES AND THREATS (SWOT).
Any and all are encouraged to attend
2020 Hierholzer Press Release
February 12, 2020
TOWN BOARD MEETINGS 2020
January 09, 2020
2019 Final Assessment Rolls
July 19, 2019
Ed Evan’s Town of Floyds History Books are at the Town Hall, $12 each, and readily available
May 16, 2019
Oneida County: Real Property Search
December 03, 2018
Welcome to the Town of Floyd!!!
We are a small town just east of the City of Rome. A small town made up of many everyday people with big hearts and helping hands. People here take pride in our Town, and pitch in helping with projects on a volunteer basis that will better the town. Small towns like ours rely on people like this to help our community grow and be progressive in the modern age.
Our people take a genuine interest in the area’s youth and donate many hours of their time on programs that involve them. Others work hard in our volunteer fire department and EMT squads. Also there were the volunteers that donated their time on the construction of the Monument to our Armed Forces Veterans and Firemen. Town officials and residents spent many hours to get the necessary paperwork done for the expansion of the new water district. And many people volunteer hours in our churches, scouts, senior citizens, grange, and others.
We welcome you to our website and hope that it gives you useful information about our Town and invite you to contact us for any additional information or services you may require.
Steven Moulton Memorial