Planning & Development
Please note: our office will be closed for the Memorial Day holiday on May 30, 2022
The Wyoming County Department of Planning and Development (PD) functions to improve the quality of life for all County residents by coordinating two extremely important functions of County Government - planning and economic development. Although sometimes thought of as separate departments, in practice they often overlap.
Curbside Collection Updates from Waste Management
Effective May 2, 2022, Waste Management will only collect garbage and recycling that is placed in the designated Waste Management totes provided to households in participating communities*. To ensure collection, it’s always best to have materials out by 6 AM on your garbage day. Please note, your garbage day may have changed - refer to the new pickup schedule:
If a holiday occurs Monday through Friday, your garbage will be picked up one date late. However, if the holiday occurs on a Saturday or Sunday, your pickup day will not be affected.
Due to the Memorial Day holiday on Monday, May 30, curbside pickup will be one day late
If you have a curbside collection complaint, please complete this form and e-mail it to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail it to the Wyoming County Planning Department: Waste Management Complaint Form. The Wyoming County Planning Department can also be reached at 585-786-5135. Due to the high volume of calls, please be patient and rest assured that a staff member will respond to you as soon as possible. Thank you!
Curbside Collection Service Maps:
*The following communities participate in the Wyoming County/Waste Management garbage collection program: Perry (Town & Village), Gainesville (Town & Village), Silver Springs, Castile (Town & Village), Bennington, Orangeville, Sheldon, Covington, Village of Wyoming, Middlebury, Warsaw (Town & Village), Genesee Falls, Pike, Eagle, and Wethersfield.
The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) is pleased to announce available New York State Environmental Protection Fund (EPF) funding for qualifying, private forestland owners.
Funds are to provide cost share reimbursement payments to forestland owners that implement approved forestry practice(s) that establish and/or protect tree regeneration on their forestland. This is a reimbursement cost share grant program. All costs must be incurred by Landowner or fiscal sponsor prior to reimbursement. For further details, visit this link: DEC Grant Information
To better understand Wyoming County, please take a look at our Demographic Reports.