1. Featured News
  1. Tobacco Retail License Required for 2021

    The Town Board of the Town of Bethlehem adopted a local law that requires a Tobacco Retail License for the sale of tobacco products, electronic aerosol delivery systems, or another product regulated by section 1399-cc of the public health law. Read on...
  2. Early voting traffic issues

    The BPD will be taking a proactive role in trying to minimize the impact to the residents in this area by posting “No Parking Signs” and monitoring the area closely to minimize traffic issues and maximize pedestrian safety. Read on...
  3. Halloween Update from Supervisor David VanLuven

    With COVID-19, there are a lot of questions about trick or treating and safe/unsafe activities. Read on...
  4. Daylight Saving ends this weekend, check smoke and carbon monoxide detectors

    In conjunction with the end of daylight saving time on Sunday, New Yorkers are being reminded to check both their smoke and carbon-monoxide detectors. It is important to not only have the alarms in the home, but to also ensure they are working. Read on...
  5. STORM & LEAF COLLECTION UPDATE

    Our Highway crews have been working hard to help us recover from the explosive storm on Oct 7. Read on...
  6. Voting Options for 2020

    On Tuesday, November 3rd, Americans will take part in selecting representatives in both federal and state elections. To ensure that we all have an opportunity to make our voices heard, recent election reforms here in New York have made it easier to vote. Read on...
  7. Help Wanted - Seasonal Laborers for the Highway Department Needed

    The Town of Bethlehem Highway Department is seeking Seasonal Laborers who are at least 18 years of age to perform manual tasks based on the season. Read on...
  8. Residential Data Improvement Project - *10/7 update* Go online to check your property information

    For the first time since 1992, the Town has concluded its town-wide Residential Data Improvement Project. The project is designed to ensure the accuracy of property inventory data for the purposes of equitable property tax assessments. Read on...
  9. Fall Water Main Flushing Has Begun!

    DPW will be working their way through the system over the next month, flushing water from selected fire hydrants to remove sediment. You may experience a temporary drop in water pressure and/or discolored water. Continue reading for further information. Read on...
  10. Property Tax Collection Modifications for January 2021

    Due to Covid19, Town Hall will be closed to the public for the Property Tax collection that starts January 2021. We will be unable to collect cash payments at the Town Hall. Please see the list of banks that will accept cash payments for property taxes. Read on...
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