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  1. Property Tax Payments Being Processed

    Residents made $3 million worth of in-person property tax payments in the last two business days of 2017. A river of payments continues to flow in by mail, concentrating a process that typically takes place over several weeks into just a few days. Read on...
  2. Ways to avoid frozen water pipes within your homes

    Due to the extreme cold, the Department of Public Works would like to remind water customers of ways to avoid frozen water pipes within your homes. Property owners are responsible for protecting their water pipes and water meter (interior or exterior). Read on...
  3. Residential data improvement recollection has begun

    Letters will be mailed to residential property owners in the areas where the data collection will take place to announce & describe the project & to provide a phone number. The town website will be updated with data collector locations on a regular basis. Read on...
  4. Parking Ordinance - No parking on town roads 1-7 am from 11/1 to 4/15

    The town has a parking ordinance in effect each year from November 1 through April 15 whereby no vehicles are allowed to be parked on any town roads between the hours of 1:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m. regardless of the weather. Read on...
  5. Your House/Business Number MUST be visible

    All buildings are required to display a legible street number that is visible from the road fronting the property. For residences that sit back off the road where the home is not visible, they may be attached to a post or mailbox at the road┬┤s edge. Read on...
  6. Fire Hydrant Clearing Notice

    If you have a fire hydrant in front of or close to your property, please help to ensure the visibility and accessibility of the fire hydrant, keeping them clear at all times is imperative. Read on...
  7. Carbon Monoxide Detectors in homes MANDATORY

    All homes in New York are required to have a carbon monoxide detector. Read on...
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