City Hall, photo by David Talor.
When you visit the City of Little Falls, I am sure you will not only be amazed at the beauty of our City, but also find it to be warm and friendly. Our quaint shops will catch your eye with what they have to offer and the wonderful aromas coming from our many fine restaurants will surely entice you to stay and enjoy a delicious meal. There are many beautiful parks where friends and family can gather. Anyone who may be interested in moving to Little Falls will find many positive factors to do so. A few of the things Little Falls has to offer are: a top notch school system; the only hospital in Herkimer County; Veteran's Park which includes baseball fields, softball fields, a basketball court, and a tennis court; a municipal golf course; a marina; Moss Island; a public library; a historical museum; and a local newspaper. The City of Little Falls is definitely worth a stop to see what we have to offer - you just might not want to leave. Feel free to stop in City Hall with any of your questions or concerns and meet the individuals who serve our City and who will do their best to help you in any way they can. THIS IS YOUR CITY.
Mayor Bob Peters
Mayor Bob Peters welcomes you to Little Falls.
Robert Peters, Mayor, 315-574-5248
In case of emergency, 315-823-2233
Fire station, 315-823-2234
Michael Masi, Chief of Police, 315-574-5233
Robert Parese, Fire Chief, 315-574-5221
Kira Andrilla, City Clerk, 315-574-5246
Larry Ortlieb, Dog Catcher, 315-360-2016
Ed Rose, City Attorney, 315-823-0835
Gerald Fiesinger, Special Prosecutor,315-823-2350
Little Falls City School District, www.lfcsd.org
Louis J. Patrei, Superintendent, 315-823-1470
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