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  1. Police Press Release - Body found in Delmar in 1981 has been identified

    A DNA profile was submitted to NYS DCJS for any potential familial DNA matches. At the time this request was rejected as NYS Policy did not allow for it. As a result of this case, this policy was changed in April of 2021. Read on...
  2. NEW information re: renewal forms and income for Seniors or Disability with limited income exemption

    If there is a change in ownership or residency a renewal form for these exemptions will be required. Letters have been sent to recipients of the affected exemptions. All new and other renewal forms due by 3/1/2022. Read on...
  3. Tax Office temporarily closed

    The Tax office is temporarily closed. Until further notice, any payments for the Receiver of Taxes are to be either placed in the drop box outside of Town Hall, by mail, or online. Please see the back of your bill for payment options. Read on...
  4. Bethlehem Industrial Development Agency (IDA) Member Wanted

    Candidates must be Town residents and should have or develop general knowledge of Bethlehem’s development patterns and economic development goals. Read on...
  5. Mailing address for water/sewer AND property tax payments CHANGED

    Effective November 6, 2021 the Town of Bethlehem will be changing the mailing addresses for water/sewer and property tax payments. This change is for mailing payments only. All water/sewer bills due prior to Nov. 6 should be mailed to the old address. 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. 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...
  8. Carbon Monoxide Detectors in homes MANDATORY

    All homes in New York are required to have a carbon monoxide detector. Read on...
  9. 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...
  10. What to do before, during and after gas and electrical outages

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