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Welcome to the Official Website for the Village of Sidney, New York

Sidney is located at the junction of the Susquehanna and Unadilla Rivers in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains. It is situated in the northwest corner of Delaware County, abutting both Chenango and Otsego counties. Sidney is strategically located at the junction of State Route 8, State Route 7 and Interstate 88 connecting cities of Binghamton, Utica and Oneonta.

Sidney is the largest Village in Delaware County with a population of 3,900 residents. It’s largest employers, consisting of Amphenol Corporation, ACCO Corporation, Unadilla Laminated Products, Sidney Central School, and the Tri-Town Regional Hospital, provide a stable job base for its residents. The Village of Sidney maintains the only municipal airport in Delaware County, a police force, a volunteer fire department. The Village has excess capacity in its wastewater treatment facility and is blessed with an abundant supply of quality drinking water as provided to the greater Sidney area by its Water Department. There is also an AM-FM radio station and a weekly newspaper.

Sidney has a growing downtown business district with variety of shops and dinning places. The Village recently developed a Historic District to assist property owners with tax incentives to improve their buildings.

From the Mayor’s Desk

I have been a resident of Sidney since 1973. I taught business in Sidney High School from 1973 through 1983. I have been owner of Video Entertainment Plus since 1983. I was Village Trustee and Deputy Mayor from 1999 until 2011. I have been Mayor from 2011 to present. I also serve on the boards of the Sidney Chamber of Commerce, the Delaware County IDA, Town of Sidney Health Board and United Marketing, Inc.

I am in the Mayor’s office Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 11 AM – 2 PM. You can reach me by calling 561-2324 or email me at

The Village of Sidney is currently working with residents, business community members, local officials, and planners from NYS to develop a long term strategic plan for our village.


  • Planning Board meeting
    The Village Planning Board's regularly scheduled meeting for Thursday May 2nd, 2019  at 6 pm has been canceled. The next meeting will be June 6th, 2019 at 6 pm as usual.
    Posted May 2, 2019, 5:45 AM by Village Sidney
  • Planning Board Meeting
    The Village Planning Board's regularly scheduled meeting for Thursday April 4, 2019  at 6 pm has been canceled. The next meeting will be the May 2nd, 2019 at 6 pm as usual.
    Posted Apr 4, 2019, 7:36 AM by Village Sidney
  • Arbor Day Celebration in Sidney

    Sidney will hold its annual Arbor Day Celebration on Friday, April 26, 2019 at the Pavilion at Keith Clark Park on River Street beginning at 10:00 am.
    Music will be provided by the Sidney Elementary Band under the direction of Amy Hoxie followed by a brief welcome address by Lorrie Roach, Chairperson of Sidney’s Shade Tree Commission.

    The Tree City Recognition Award and Tree City USA flag recognizing Sidney as a Tree City for the 23rd Year will be accepted by Mayor Andy Matviak. To receive this honor, a community must establish a commission to actively work with forestry personnel and the Village Department of Public Works to care for and manage public trees. They provide clear guidance for planting, maintaining and removing trees from streets, parks and other public spaces in the community.

    Forester Scott Moxham, from the Stanford office of the Department of Environmental Conservation will give a short but interesting talk on his work with protecting the trees and forests of New York State.

    Fifth grade students who are members of the Sidney School Districts Green Thumb Club will present their Arbor Day posters depicting Habitats for Bats, the theme of Arbor Day 2019.  This active student club is under the guidance of Josh Gray

    The culmination activity of the Arbor Day Celebration will be the planting of a tree in honor of Mike Mercurio, who has been a member of the Public Works Department for the Village of Sidney for 30 years, serving as Superintendent for the past 7 years. Since 1994, trees have been planted in dedication to individuals and groups throughout Keith Clark Park and other areas of the village.  Each of these Arbor Day trees bears a plaque providing information on the dedication.  Tree locations for the past years will be noted on the Arbor Day program as well as information on the Shade Tree Commission, its mission and activities to fulfill the requirements to be designated Tree City USA.

    The Delaware County Soil & Water Conservation District in Walton has provided young sapling trees that will be distributed at the conclusion of the program and the planting of the 2019 Arbor Day Tree.

    Sidney’s Shade Tree Commission is currently seeking residential locations for planting new trees along the utility strip right of way along the front of properties. Sidney residents may contact the village office or Shade Tree Commission members Lorrie Roach, Nancy Redente, David Honsaker and Jane Cole for information on this upcoming spring and fall planting program. A variety of free trees will be offered and planted at no cost to the homeowner.

    The Shade Tree Commission and Village of Sidney are inviting residents and friends to attend this special Arbor Day celebration on Friday, April 26 at 10 am. The quote for Sidney’s 2019 Arbor Day is Plant a Tree and see the Mother Earth Smile.

    Posted Apr 4, 2019, 7:13 AM by Village Sidney

    MAYOR : Andrew Matviak

    TRUSTEES: Raymond Baker
                         Barry MacPherson
    Posted Mar 21, 2019, 6:34 AM by Village Sidney
  • Baseball and Softball season coming up

    **For the kids involved in this years 2019 softball/baseball program with the Village**
    Baseball and softball season coming up we wanted to give the players a chance to improve their baseball/softball skills. We have reserved the Sidney Middle school gym and below is the schedule for the grade levels we will be working with. Kids should bring gloves and bats if they have them. The girls will be coached by Jamie Youngs, who is Sidney’s softball modified coach, and the boys will be coached by Andy Kozak, who is one of Sidney’s varsity baseball assistants. We would love to have parent volunteers interested in coaching to be there to help and possibly learn some drills and coaching points to use during the season. Teams, practice and game schedules will be coming out within the next couple weeks. If your child can make it that would be great, it is not required to play this season. The schedule is as follows;
    Saturday March 23 
    Grades 3-4 1:00 
    Grades 5-6 2:00

    Saturday March 30 
    Grades 3-4 1:00 
    Grades 5-6 2:00

    Saturday April 6 
    Grades 3-4 1:00 
    Grades 5-6 2:00

    Saturday March 23 
    Grades 3-4 3:00 
    Grades 5-6 4:00

    Saturday April 6 
    Grades 3-4 3:00 
    Grades 5-6 4:00 
    Aaron Zurn 
    Recreation Director 
    Village of Sidney 
    21 Liberty St. 
    Sidney, NY 13838 
    (607) 561-2328

    Posted Mar 21, 2019, 6:29 AM by Village Sidney
  • Sole sourcing of Village refuse pick up

    Sole sourcing of Village refuse pick up

     Date: March 21, 2019

    Time: 6 to 7 PM

    Place: board room at 21 Liberty Street, Civic Center.

    ·       One of two open meetings (second one not scheduled yet)

    ·       This meeting is to discuss the possibility of a one refuse hauler for all Village residential homes.

    ·       This is a meeting only on the refuse topic, this is not a platform for other issues/concerns/complements residents may have on other topics. There is a board meeting every 2nd and 4th Monday and you are welcome to go to them and voice your concerns or support of any topic.

    ·       For residents only, when you want to ask a question please state your name and address.

    ·       This is the Village’s way of letting people be part of the solution.




    1.    Presentation of an overview of the refuse collection

    2.    Reason and logic for one refuse hauler.

    3.    Open discussion for people to voice concerns or support of the concept. (A maximum of 2 minutes per question)

    *If there are further questions after the hour please either send in writing to John Redente or the clerk’s office and a response to your question will be posted on the Village Facebook page within 48 hours and mailed to you if an address is given.

          Thank you

    Posted Mar 18, 2019, 11:58 AM by Village Sidney
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