Current Issues

Liz Wiatrowski, Education Coordinator from the Council on Alcoholism and Addiction Dependencies will be at the Seneca County Office for the Aging Verona Village Nutrition site to speak about current issues.  Please see the attached flier for more details.


Current Issues 2016 – Liz Wiatrowski Verona

Posted February 4th, 2016 - Office For The Aging
Legal Presentation

Legal Presentation

Attached is a flier for a legal presentation taking place at the Waterloo Office for the Aging Nutrition site.  Please see flier for details.  For more information, call 315-539-1765.


Legal Assistance Presentation

Posted February 4th, 2016 - Office For The Aging

February 2016 Senior Citizen Activities

Seneca County’s Office for the Aging has announced its Senior Center activities for the month.  The activities are held at the Waterloo Senior Center and the Ovid and Trumansburg Nutrition sites.  A complete list of activities is attached.  Please call (315) 539-1780 for more information.


February Activities 2016

Posted January 25th, 2016 - Office For The Aging
Correction Officer

Correction Officer

Seneca County is currently accepting applications for Correction Officer. Candidates must have been legal residents of Seneca County or one of the six contiguous counties for one month preceding the date of the written test, scheduled for April 9, 2016.

Applications are accepted up to March 4, 2016. Please open attachment below for more information.  

Correction Officer



Posted January 19th, 2016 - Personnel

6 Jan 2016 – Commonly Required Inspections

Questions that we get a lot – “What inspections do I need?”, “How do I schedule an inspection?”, and “What if I don’t call for inspections?” The first answer depends on what exactly your project entails. Below are list of 10 inspections types required by the 2010 NYS Uniform Code. If your project includes construction or alteration of these items below, it will require an inspection as described below. Depending upon the complexity or of your project, other inspections may be required too – these will be listed on the back of your Building Permit. If you have questions, please direct them to the Code Enforcement Officer assigned to your Project.


Posted January 8th, 2016 - Seneca County Webmaster