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  1. UPDATE: Rte-910A/Feura Bush Rd Culvert replacement/road closure, RESCHEDULED for weekend of 6/2

    NYSDOT will be replacing a culvert on Rte-910A (Feura Bush Rd) at Flint Rd, on Saturday, June 2 from 5:30 AM to 8:00 PM, closing Rte-910A in both directions between Elm Ave & Murray, open only to local traffic. Detour will be in place. Read on...
  2. UPDATE 5/9/2018 - Residential data improvement recollection

    Our data collector from GAR Associates is out in the field inspecting properties in neighborhoods 11, 12, 14, 17, 18, & 30. If your tax map number (SBL) starts with 85.14, he will be visiting you within the next 2 weeks. Read on...
  3. 2018 Draft Joint Annual Stormwater Coalition Report available for review and comment

    The 2018 Draft Joint Annual Stormwater Coalition Report is now available on our web site for the public to review and address (by 5/18/18) if they are so inclined. Also included is the public comment response form. Read on...
  4. First Night 2019 performer application is now available online

    The First Night 2019 performer application is now available online. If you would like to perform at Bethlehem’s First Night celebration to take place Monday, December 31, please complete and submit an application by June 15, 2018. Read on...
  5. Hudson Kayak Eco-tours, 2018!

    Join Bethlehem ecologists and town staff for an easy Hudson Kayak Eco-tour of the river and the Vlomankill to learn about local fish, birds, the watershed, and see a small waterfall. Free and open to the public. Register at least one week prior to each. Read on...
  6. 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...
  7. Bethlehem gets $240K to divert food scraps from landfill

    The Town of Bethlehem recently received $240K from the NYS Dept of Environmental Conservation to help divert food scraps from the landfill to the town’s compost operation. This will help the compost facility expand with the purchase of equipment & paving. Read on...
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