Frequently Asked Questions cont.
Sykes Park has a wide range of sports, craft classes and swim lessons during the summer months. Watch the Shopper for opening dates.
The Village offers the Pavilion for rent. Call our office to reserve for that special date you will need to sign an agreement and pay a fee plus a deposit.
All legal notices pertaining to the Village of Groton are published in the Groton Independent.
Watch the shopper for ads. For the following months.
January -Christmas tree pick-up
February -Winter Festival
April- Brush pick-up
May -Flushing hydrants - Brush pick-up
June- Pool opening
July - Fireworks
August- Groton Old Home Days
September -Apples & Arts & Antiques
October -Leaf pick-up - Flushing Hydrants- Trick or Treat at
our downtown shops.
November- Leaf pick-up
December- Lighting of the Village Christmas tree and a visit from Santa
Flushing hydrants will cause the water to be discolored, just let the cold water run for a few minutes and it should clear up. Check the water before washing clothes. Discolored water will stain your laundry. It is safe for other purposes.
We ask if you have a fire hydrant near your property please keep it clear of snow.
Village Codes: Go back to the top
There is a curfew law. No child under the age of 16 years shall be in or upon any of the street, parks of public places in the Village in the nighttime after 10:00 pm and before the hour of 6:00 am. Without a parent.
Village Code prohibits over night parking on all Village streets from 2:00 am to 6:00 am. This is in effect from November 1st thru March 31.
It is prohibited to burn garbage in the Village of Groton.
It is the homeowners/occupant responsible to keep the sidewalk clear of ice and snow by 10:00 am. In the event owner /occupant refuses to remove such snow, department of Public Utilities will clear the sidewalk the cost and
expense will be charged to the homeowner.
It is the homeowner’s responsibility to protect the Electric, Water & Sewer meter from damage due to vandalism, freezing or other causes.
All dogs in the Village must be registered. That can be done at the Town of Groton at 101 Conger Blvd. 898-5035. There is a leash law all dogs must be restrained with a collar and adequate leash. Owners must clean up after
You must register wild animals such as, venomous snakes, constrictors, python snakes that are 10 feet or greater in length. Crocodile’s that are five feet. This is for the safety of our police officers, fire personal,
If you will be selling any service door to door then you are required to apply for a Peddler’s license. That can be done at the Village Clerks Office.
Additional information may be found in the codes section of this website.