The MyCoast New York Portal Can Be Used To Document Flooding In Our Community
An application to document flooding throughout the state of New York has been developed by the New York Sea Grant and NYS Water Resources Institute. The MyCoast New York Portal is used to collect and analyze photos of flooding, changing shorelines and hazardous weather impacts across New York’s various coasts and waterbodies. Reports developed from this flooding documentation can be beneficial for emergency managers, local planners, residents, and state agencies to understand our changing environment and the impacts of flooding on every New York community.
If you have photos of recent flooding events download the MyCoast app or visit the MyCoast portal for more information about local flooding and how you can report it.
The links below provide important information to help you be prepared should a hurricane or flood impact your area. Village of Bayville will check website links below at least monthly.
Sanitation & Recycling
E-Waste is collected on your Wednesday bulk trash days (see Sanitation Schedule to find your trash day)
Links for safe needle disposal
If you have a need to dispose of needles, the following links provide useful information:
The boating season begins April 15th and ends November 15th of each year. We offer mooring spaces, launching permits, dinghy and kayak storage spaces at West Harbor Beach and Creek Beach Marina. All boats and boating equipment docked, berthed, located or left at Village facilities are so left at the sole risk of the owner of said boats or boating equipment and permission to so dock, berth or locate such property is conditioned upon the owner’s acceptance of said risk.
All boat and boating equipment owners are reminded to obtain adequate insurance before making use of Village facilities. Village rules, regulations and ordinances have been promulgated to create fairness among the members of the boating public. Violators of these rules, regulations and ordinances will be subject to revocation of the license pursuant to these conditions and denied the use of all Village facilities.
Bayville Environmental Conservation Commission (BECC)
Bayville’s Commitment to the Environment
The Board of Trustees is excited to announce the appointment of a full complement of seven highly qualified members to the Bayville Environmental Conservation Commission (BECC).
- The BECC meets on the third Thursday of every month
- The BECC welcomes public input and encourages residents to get involved
- Check back for updates and additional information
Members of the Commission
- Joyce Novak (Chairperson)
- Sophie Luzynski
- Jenna Prettitore
- Brian Herbig
- Jim Jones
- Christopher De Natale
Rx Take-Back Kiosk
With great excitement the BECC is proud to announce that Bayville now has its very own Pharmaceutical Take-Back Kiosk obtained through the NYSDEC! The kiosk can be found inside Bayville Chemists Pharmacy, which is located across the road from the Bayville Firehouse.
Commissioner Jim Jones of the Bayville Environmental Conservation Commission makes the first “deposit” of spent pharmaceuticals. Hopefully the first of many!
We urge our residents to participate in using this kiosk to properly dispose of pharmaceuticals they no longer have a use for. This kiosk serves as a win for our community – providing a safe and environmentally conscious method for properly disposing pharmaceuticals. Please share this information with Bayville residents and if you have any questions do not hesitate to contact the BECC.
A special thank you to the Bayville Chemists agreeing to this program, the Mayor for his encouragement, and the two members of the Bayville DPW for assembling the unit.