Supervisor & Town Board 607-533-8896 or 607-533-8819, Clerk 607-533-4142, Code Enforcement & Zoning 607-533-7054 - (Fax: 607-533-3507), Court 607-533-4776, Highway 607-533-4328, Parks & Recreation 607-533-7388
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The Town of Lansing is located in the northern part of Tompkins County on the eastern shore of Cayuga Lake.
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|The Proposed Town Sewer Plan is no longer being considered.
Lifeline Discount Telephone Service is a program designed to make basic telephone service more affordable for income-eligible consumers.
Please visit www.AskPSC.com to learn more about this program. You may also contact Lorna Billings at (518)474-1788, or Yvonne Super at (518)408-1061 for information about the program.
To find out if you can get service, visit www.clarityconnect.com and click on the blue button that says “Contact Me About Wireless Internet Connection” to fill out a form requesting contact. You may also call Clarity Connect:
Main: (607) 257-8268 or Toll free: (888) 322-4900
or email email@example.com
More information about this project and the grant that funded it:
On March 5th, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced that New York State will award $25 million in funding to expand high-speed Internet access in rural upstate and underserved urban areas of New York through the Connect NY Broadband Grant Program. Clarity Connect was awarded $2,216,000 for the Tompkins and Cayuga Counties Last Mile Coverage project. This project is a multi-region project serving the Central New York and Southern Tier regions. This project leverages existing tower infrastructure to provide broadband services to the unserved portions of the Towns of Ulysses, Enfield, Newfield, Danby, Groton, Lansing, Ledyard, Genoa, Venice, Scipio, Niles, Sempronius, and Summerhill in Cayuga and Tompkins County. The project will also upgrade DSL services increasing existing speeds.
You can also read about the NY State investment in this project at this link:
The Town of Lansing is forming a Water Advisory Committee with the purpose of evaluating proposals relating to the extension of mains, waterlines, and water services to new areas of the Town. The Committee will consist of 5 members, 2 of whom must reside within the Consolidated Water District (CWD) or a CWD Extension, and will make recommendations for new water services within the Town of Lansing to the Lansing Town Board. It is anticipated that the Committee will meet once a month at a time to be determined by the Committee.
Applications are available in the Supervisor's Office, Town of Lansing, 29 Auburn Road, Lansing, NY 14882, or can be found on the Town's website at www.lansingtown.com (please right-click this link and download the application)
Click to view or right-click to download these documents:
- Cover Letter for red lined version of proposed changes to the Town of Lansing Land Use Ordinance
- LL #5 of 2014 Zoning Ordinance REDLINE Fixes
- BONE PLAIN ENGS-REPORT 11-27-13
- Ag & Farmland Plan - 2013 Revisions
- Lansing Town Center RFP
- 2014 Approved Town Budget
- Economic Development: Town Center Policy and Pre-Application
- Drilling: Heavy Industry Moratorium
Click here to access all online Town of Lansing documents.