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  1. Bethlehem Supervisor VanLuven Rolls Out Ambitious 2023 Agenda in his State of the Town Address

    Bethlehem Supervisor David VanLuven delivered the Annual State of the Town Address showcasing town accomplishments in 2022 and outlining an exciting vision for 2023. Read on...
  2. Microenterprise Grant Funds Still Available – Apply Now!

    If you are considering starting or expanding your business in the new year, you may be eligible to apply for a Town of Bethlehem Microenterprise Grant. Applications will be accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis until program funds are exhausted. Read on...
  3. Newsletter Sign-Up: Port of Albany Offshore Wind Project Updates

    The Port of Albany is launching an e-newsletter to provide regular updates about site activity and construction of the offshore wind tower manufacturing facility. Read on...
  4. 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...
  5. Carbon Monoxide Detectors in homes MANDATORY

    All homes in New York are required to have a carbon monoxide detector. Read on...
  6. 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...
  7. 30-day annual review period for Albany County Agricultural Districts begins February 1

    Please be advised that the 30-day annual review period for Albany County Agricultural Districts begins on February 1. During this period, landowners can apply to have predominantly viable agricultural land included in a certified Agricultural District. Read on...
  8. What to do before, during and after gas and electrical outages

  9. PaintCare: FREE, Easy drop-off program for paint in New York State!

    Consumers and small businesses now have access to convenient postconsumer paint drop-off sites for the collection, reuse and recycling of paint products. Read on...
  10. 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...
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