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2013 Tentative Assessment Roll
It includes the hamlets of Delmar, Elsmere, Glenmont, Selkirk,
Slingerlands, and South and North Bethlehem. Bethlehem is a dynamic
and diverse community with a population of over 35,000 and total
area of 52 square miles.
Incorporated in March of 1793, the Town is situated on the west bank of
the Hudson River, bordering Albany, the capital city of New York State. Its
location at the crossroads of the Northeast allows easy access to New York City,
Boston and Montreal, all of which are just hours away by car or rail.
The nearby Adirondack, Catskill and Berkshire mountains offer skiers,
hikers and climbers world-class facilities, while boaters and water sports
enthusiasts have Lake George and Lake Placid practically at their fingertips.
Bethlehem offers high-quality school systems, excellent recreational facilities for young and old, and superb programs and services at a cost that is both reasonable and fair to taxpayers. Its blend of suburban neighborhoods, rural life and commercial enterprises make it a pleasant, attractive and enjoyable community for businesses and residents alike.