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Village of Cazenovia Police Reform Process

The Village of Cazenovia Board of Trustees passed the Police Reform Plan (see link below) at its meeting on Monday, February 1. We look forward to collaborating with the community to implement the plan. Thank you to all those who participated in our process.

Cazenovia Police Reform Plan – 1 Feb 2021

Village of Cazenovia Anti-Bias Statement.

At its meeting on April 5, 2021, the Board of Trustee adopted the following statement:

“The Village of Cazenovia is committed to being a welcoming and inclusive community. We recognize the rights of all those who reside in or visit our community to be respected and to live their lives with dignity, free of discrimination based on faith, race, ethnicity, sexuality, gender identity, mental health, socio-economic status, national origin or immigration status. The village’s leadership will strive to set the example in promoting fair treatment for all, including, but not limited to, persons of color and the LGBTQ community.  We call upon our citizens to reject all forms of hatred and intolerance and we commit ourselves, as a village, to respect and promote diversity in our community and to be good neighbors to all.

The Village leadership is committed to the effort required to make the spirit of this pledge a reality and wants to know when we fall short. Contact us here to let us know of experiences that do not live up to these ideals so we can work to improve.”

NOTICE TO PUBLIC: To prevent spread of the coronavirus, Village of Cazenovia inner offices are closed to the public. The outer office/entryway is open to assist the public through the teller windows. Please wear a mask and use the hand sanitizer that is provided. Staff will be on duty to respond to citizens’ needs during regular business hours. Please continue to contact us by mail, telephone (315-655-3041) or email: cazclerk@windstream.net  please cc: cazdepclerk@windstream.net to conduct business whenever possible.

Cazenovia, NY is located on the shores of Cazenovia Lake in Central New York. Founded in 1793 by John Lincklaen, who built the Lorenzo mansion at the south end of the lake, the village still teems with history. A walk down Albany Street reveals the village’s historic architecture; you don’t have to go too far to see its beauty. This site is a community resource, and we welcome its exploration.

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