It was not until the late 1840's that Salina was reduced to its present size. The original Village of Salina stretched around Onondaga Lake, incorporating part of what is now the Town of Geddes and much of what today is the City of Syracuse. The early history of Salina is actually the history of the area around Onondaga Lake and the salt industry.
By 1846, it was apparent that Syracuse would soon become a city. The townspeople of Salina and Syracuse began discussing a proposed charter, which would unify the two villages. In December 1847, the act of incorporation was passed, which defined the area as "constituting a part of the Town of Salina and incorporation the Village of Salina and Syracuse." This act reduced the Town of Salina to its present boundaries.
Today, Salina consists of five small suburban communities which are known as Mattydale, Liverpool, Lyncourt, Galeville and a portion of North Syracuse.
Welcome to the official Town of Salina website
Welcome to the Town of Salina's webpage. We hope to provide you with constantly updated useful information regarding our community.
Town of Salina Online Citizen Services Portal
Useful information on this site
- Current Assessment Information
- Board Minutes/Agendas/Schedules
- Town Budget
- Public Notices/News Releases
- History of Salina
- Trash Regulations
- Town Code
- Zoning Map
- For information pertaining to Property Taxes and current Assessments in the Town of Salina and other Onondaga County municipalities go to ocfintax.ongov.net/For full taxes without exemptions, contact the town tax office at(315) 451-0840
- Animal Control
- 24 Hour Emergency Sewer:(315) 435-3157
Other Useful Links
- Latest Recycling Information (OCRRA)
- Salina Free Library
- Onondaga County on the Web
- Onondaga County Parks
- Liverpool Public Library
- Village of Liverpool
- Liverpool Chamber of Commerce
- Greater North Syracuse Chamber of Commerce
- Salina Veteran's Outreach Services
Town of Salina has partnered with PROCHAMPS.com to administer its Foreclosure Property Registration and Vacant Private-Owner Registration programs. To comply with the ordinance all Owners/Mortgagees/Trustees must register online and pay a registration fee.