1. Featured News
  1. Part-Time Clerks wanted

    The Town of Bethlehem is seeking candidates to work as Part-Time Clerks who would be part of a pool to be assigned to various departments dependent on vacancies due to sickness, vacation, etc. Read on...
  2. Discolored Water Notice - Jan 21, 2020

    Due to the large volume of water used at a house fire on Gay St, some residents may experience discolored water over the next few days and are advised to run cold water until it clears. It is safe for consumption, cooking, bathing, etc. Read on...
  3. Important Winter Reminders from the Department of Public Works

    Due to the extreme cold winter weather, the DPW would like to remind our residents of ways to avoid frozen water pipes and meters. Property owners are responsible for protecting their water pipes & water meter (interior or exterior) from cold air & wind. Read on...
  4. 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...
  5. Help Wanted - School Crossing Guards

    The preferred candidate will have the ability to work weekdays 7:30 AM-9:30AM and 2:30 PM-4:00 PM. No night or weekend work. Read on...
  6. 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...
  7. Need help with your heating bills? HEAP application assistance for residents UNDER 60 years of age

    Cornell Cooperative Extension will be available to assist with Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) applications for residents under 60 years of age from 3 to 5 p.m. on the following dates: Dec. 5, 2019, Jan. 8, 2020 and Feb. 12, 2020. Read on...
  8. 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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