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  1. FREE Tire Recycling Day for Albany County Residents - must register by 9/20

    Must register by 9/20. Car and Light Truck tires ONLY- NO RIMS, No cut tires (Complete round tires, not ½ tire), No excessive dirt, leaves, mud, stones, or water, No tractor, loader or heavy equipment tires. Maximum of 25 tires per household. Read on...
  2. Street Tree Inventory is Underway

    The Town has hired Davey Resource Group to perform a Street Tree Inventory of trees within the public right-of-way for some of Bethlehem’s main roadways and residential streets. This inventory data will be used to develop a management plan. Read on...
  3. Residential Data Improvement Project - *6/26 update* Data collectors in the field

    GAR Associates data collectors are working in the field, weather permitting. If you received a letter, they will get to your property this year. Refer to the Assessor's residential data improvement page for more information. Read on...
  4. Tips for Preventing Heat-Related Illness

    Extreme heat can be very dangerous, leading to heat stroke and death. Heat stroke is life-threatening, but it is preventable. If you believe that you or someone else may be suffering from heat stroke or another heat-related illness, get help right away. Read on...
  5. Know What´s Below Before You Dig, call for FREE underground utilities markings, it's the law

    Planning a home improvement job? Planting a tree? Installing a fence or deck? WAIT! Here´s what you need to know first. Read on...
  6. Debunked: 5 Lightning Myths That Could Kill You

    When it comes to staying safe from lightning strikes, everything you think you know is probably wrong. Read on...
  7. What to do before, during and after gas and electrical outages

  8. Temporary Signs Information

    While the town code provides legal authorization for temporary sign use, we have put together the following plain language rules to help organizations, individuals, and candidates for public office understand the rules for their use within the Town. Read on...
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