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  1. 50K Year-End Matching Donation Campaign to Improve Normans Kill Ravines Park

    From 11/30 to 12/31, Delmar residents Mark Bryant and Lisa Callahan have pledged to match dollar-for-dollar all donations up to $50,000 through the year-end giving campaign, designated for trail building and trail amenities at Normans Kill Ravines Park. Read on...
  2. Help Wanted - Senior Assessment Clerk

    The Town of Bethlehem Assessors Department is seeking candidates for the position of Senior Assessment Clerk. Read on...
  3. 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...
  4. Black and white dog found, River and Wheeler Roads, Selkirk

    Dog found - Black and white American Bulldog, male, with blue collar. He was found on 10/27 in the vicinity of River and Wheeler Rds in Selkirk. He is now at Mohawk Hudson Humane Society (518.434.8128). Read on...
  5. Change in Parks and Recreation Credit Card Fees

    For the Parks and Recreation Department, effective January 1, 2021, all credit card purchases will include a 3.25% transaction fee. Read on...
  6. Use, sale or distribution of any forms of fireworks illegal in Albany County

    In 2020, the Albany County legislature voted to ban both the sale and use of any form of fireworks in the county. In addition to previous restrictions, sparkling devices were re-added to the ban, violators subject to fines and/or jail time. Read on...
  7. 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...
  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...
  9. Reducing Human-Bear Conflicts

    Remove bird feeders between April 1 - November 30. Bear nuisance complaint records reveal that bird feeders are involved in over 80% of the bear problems around homes. Take responsibility for your safety & encourage your neighbors to do the same! Read on...
  10. 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...
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