COVID-19 Community Closings

TRANSFER STATION: OPEN Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

GENEVA CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT: The Geneva City School District will be closed to students on Monday, March 16. All extracurricular and sporting events are canceled, effective immediately. The school will reopen temporarily to students on Tuesday, March 17. Tuesday will be a half day for students throughout the district, with the busing schedule following that of a typical half day. This will allow students to collect any personal items and receive additional information regarding remote learning. Following Tuesday morning, the district will be closed until April 14. Please monitor our website,, for updates.

YMCA: The Geneva Family YMCA will suspend operations beginning 5 pm Sunday March 15th until further notice.   The Y will continue to offer Emergency School Age Childcare during this time.  More information at:

NON-ESSENTIAL BUSINESSES: Gov. Cuomo has limited all bars and restaurants to takeout and delivery service and shuttered non-essential businesses, effective Monday, March 16th, at 8 p.m. Essential businesses like supermarkets and gas stations will be able to stay open after 8 p.m., though all non-essential businesses are strongly advised to close. For more information, please visit:

GENEVA BARK PARK:  The city of Geneva dog park has been closed due to COVID-19 precautions until further notice. Information is being distributed to those registered by the Rec. Dept. Please contact Dave Sharman over in Rec. at 315-789-5005 if you have any further questions.

FLX Welcome Center & Public Bathrooms: Welcome Center and public bathrooms will be closed until April 15th.

Geneva Housing Authority: Press release here.

Visitor Alert 4/1/2020

Geneva City Park: We are thrilled that our residents love using our parks. We have modified the park closures to allow for walking and running only. Within all city parks due to Governor Cuomo’s Executive Orders, no non-essential gatherings, no organized play and no playground/court use allowed. Six feet distance must be maintained between people. Thank you for your cooperation as we all do our part to stay safe and stop the spread of COVID-19.