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From Supervisor Ed Michalenko:

A Season of Observance & Celebration…
We are indeed fortunate, the Town of DeWitt is rich in
religious diversity; I want to acknowledge all who observe
Lent and Easter, Ramadan, Purim and Passover, now and in
the coming weeks.

May you and your family observe – and enjoy – your
traditions and your holiday time together.

Our community is also rich in “natural” capitol…
DeWitt is also rich in “natural capitol,” with a myriad of
neighborhood parks, playgrounds, and greenspaces, along
with Fiddlers Green, Cedar Bay, Butternut, Ryder, Maxwell,
and Carrier Parks. As Spring approaches and our daylight
hours grow longer, I hope you will come out and enjoy all the
“green space” our town parks have to offer.

Energy, environment, green space, inclusion – supporting 
our residents and commercial businesses – generating and
sustaining a strong and stable tax base, these factors are
integral to “building community” here in DeWitt; our objective
is to ensure the Town of DeWitt remains a highly desirable
community to live, worship, work, learn, play, and shop.

We’re building community…
Below, are links to our community’s major projects and
initiatives, as well as information about special donation
programs at Carrier Park and upcoming events; I regularly
update this information; it is posted on our town website.

As always, my door is open to your input, ideas, and
concerns. I hope you and your family enjoy a season of
meaningful observance and fulfilling celebration.

Edward M. Michalenko, Ph.D.
Supervisor, Town of DeWitt

Carrier Park Phase 3 Development 2024

Jamesville Master Plan – Fiddlers Green 2023

Carrier Park 2024: Tournaments & Donations:

Energy & Environment: Energy, Environment & Education

Energy & Environment: Hydrogen & Solar Power Working Together

Town Projects 2024

Shoppingtown 2024

All News

The Town of DeWitt…we’re building community.

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