Welcome to the Village of South Corning website.
The Village of South Corning is located in Steuben County, New York, and is within the Town of Corning. The Village is south of the City of Corning, with the Chemung River to the east.
Village Board Meetings are held on the second Monday of each month, at 6:30pm, at the Village Hall located at 7 Clark St., Corning. Note: A Monday falling on an observed holiday will result in the meeting being held the following Monday. Please see Upcoming Events, to the right, for dates and times.
Zoning Board Meetings are held on the first Thursday of the month, as needed. Meetings are held at 4:30pm at the Village Hall, located at 7 Clark St., Corning. For additional information, please click on the Zoning Board of Appeals tab.
April 23, 2019 – Water Project Update
Dear Water Customer,
The Village of South Corning is currently in the early phases of planning and design for a large water system improvement project.
The proposed project consists of the following primary components:
Replacement of the existing storage tank with a new 650,000-gallon tank at a slightly higher elevation (for improved flow and pressure). This component will include site improvements, fencing, site access, and a new transmission line to the tank.
Upgrades to the water supply including automating the connection with the City of Corning for more efficient use and/or developing a new water supply well.
Installation of a green sand filtration system to remove iron and manganese from the Village well prior to distribution. The filtration system will include a filter house, pressure filter cartridges, automated valves and controls, and means to discharge backwash to the sanitary sewer system.
Replacement of approximately 23,000 feet of old watermain throughout the Village. The project will also include replacing approximately 12 hydrants, 5 gate valves, 356 service stubs.
The proposed project will address the most pressing needs of the public water system and thus will provide the reliable and resilient infrastructure required to support the community for years to come.
The Village was able to maximize the available grant money to make the project as affordable to the end users as possible. Expected increases in the water rates as a result of these improvements is in the range of $10-15/month/EDU (Equivalent Dwelling Unit)
Construction is not anticipated to begin until the 2020 construction season. If there are any questions, please contact me, Mayor James A. Thomas at (607) 936-3642.
James A. Thomas Sr., Mayor
Seasonal Parking Reminder
There is a Local Law prohibiting parking on Village Streets from November 1st thru March 1st. This is to insure that the Village Highway Department can keep streets clear of snow and ice.
Although the Village is not responsible for any damage that might occur to any vehicle that is in violation of the ordinance, we make every effort to avoid damage to all property.
Enforcement of this law is as follows:
First Violation – Notice of Violation left on vehicle
Second Violation – Police notified and ticket issued
Third Violation – Vehicle may be towed at owner’s expense
We are sure you will help in this matter.
Hall Rental Available!!
Looking for a location to host your next event? The Village of South Corning offers the hall for rent. The space can accommodate up to 80 people, and the kitchen is also available. For details, please contact the Village Clerk at (607) 936-3642. Sorry, for profit events/activities are not permitted.
July Water and Sewers Bills – The July water and sewer bills have been mailed. Payments are due without penalty by Saturday, July 20th. Unable to make it to the Clerk’s Office during regular business hours? You may leave payments in the drop box, located next to the front door, facing Clark St. We do not recommend cash payments be left in the drop box. If the due date falls on the weekend, you may leave payments in the drop box on the weekend. Or, if it is postmarked by July 20th, it will be considered paid by the due date.
Quarterly Water/Sewer Billing Schedule: July 1, October 1, January 1 & April 1
In addition to the website, the Village is now on Facebook.