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  1. NYSDOT Sidewalk Maintenance on Route 9W from 6 am - 4 pm through 8/7

    NYSDOT is repairing or replacing sidewalk panels and ramps on US 9W between Magee Dr and the Wendy’s Entrance to the Bethlehem Town Center. DOT expects to accomplish the majority of the work between 6 am and 4 pm, using shoulder closures only, as needed. Read on...
  2. Bethlehem IDA Developing COVID-19 Small Business Grant Program

    The program to be used to reimburse the costs incurred of personal protective equipment and fixtures. Businesses and not-for-profits that are located in the town with no more than 50 full time employees would be eligible to apply. Read on...
  3. Work to Continue on Overhead Utility Line Relocation for Glenmont Roundabout Project

    National Grid continues to work on relocation of utility poles and overhead power lines with completion of work expected by July 10th. Once complete, other utility companies will relocate their utility lines to the new poles. Read on...
  4. Police Press Release - Bethlehem Police Offer Consolidated Services in Wake of MeTooBethlehem Posts

    The BPD has been in close contact with BCSD & our police school resource officers are prepared to assist in any manner possible. We encourage all victims of crime to contact us in the manner that they feel most comfortable & discuss options they have. Read on...
  5. From the BPD - Are any fireworks legal in New York State?

    With the summer upon us, there have been many questions on legal and illegal fireworks. The Bethlehem Police Department would like to clarify what fireworks are legal and which are not. Read on...
  6. 2020 Bethlehem Police Department (Virtual) Awards Ceremony

    This awards ceremony honors the excellent efforts of our members, and is a tribute to the hard work, dedication and compassion that our members have for the community that they serve. Read on...
  7. Compost Facility sold out of certain products

    The Town Compost Facility has sold out of certain products due to the unprecedented level of shoveling activity and demand for purchased material this spring. Read on...
  8. Important Court Appearance Notification as it relates to COVID-19 - UPDATED 6/9

    Updated operational protocols for the trial courts of the Unified Court System. Effective 5 pm on Monday, March 16, pursuant to directive from the Administrative Law Judge, we are postponing all non-essential functions of the court until further notice. Read on...
  9. Avoid Bear Conflict and Deer in Spring Information

    The Town's Animal Control officer received a newsletter from the NYS DEC containing information he would like shared with residents and businesses regarding bear and deer both of which are seen in many areas of town. Follow precautions noted. Read on...
  10. 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...
  11. 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...
  12. NYS Dept of Transportation Project - work on State Rte 140 bridge; lane closures expected

    NYS DOT will be conducting rehabilitation of the State Route 140 (Cherry Ave Ext) bridge, just north of the intersection of Kenwood Ave. The project will require 1 lane road closures in both directions and is expected to take place during the 2020 season. Read on...
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