We are seeking a new member for the Board of Assessment Review and the Planning Board.
Please send a letter of interest to the Town Clerk at PO Box 246 Parishville NY 13672.
New: We now accept online Water Bill Payments:
We now accept credit cards or echecks for payment online.
Please know your Bill # or street address and the amount due- go to:
This is for Water Bills Only!!!
St. Lawrence County Civil Service Exams link:
2024 Tax Roll
Town of Parishville Employment Application
The Town of Parishville is conducting a voluntary Dog Enumeration. It is New York State Law, that any dog over 4 months of age be licensed in the Township where it resides. We are asking if you have an unlicensed dog/dogs that you provide a current rabies vaccination certificate and a certificate of spay/neuter to the Parishville Town Clerk to get the licensing done. The fee is $5 per year for a spayed or neutered dog and $15 for an intact animal. We are authorized and required to fine any dog owner who fails to license their animal at least $25 per animal per week. You can call the office for more details- 315-265-2131 or email@example.com. A dog licensing form can be found on the homepage of the Town’s website-www.parishvilleny.us.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation.
Connie Maguire-Parishville Town Clerk
Town Clerk's Office
MONDAYS- 8:30 AM-5 PM (CLOSED 12-1 FOR LUNCH)
TUESDAYS-8:30- 4 PM (CLOSED 12-1 FOR LUNCH)
THURSDAY-8:30 AM-4 PM (CLOSED 12-1 FOR LUNCH)
friday- 8:30 am -12
MOST BUSINESS WILL BE CONDUCTED VIA PHONE, EMAIL AND OR REGULAR MAIL.
PHONE (315) 265-2131 OR EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
assessor and code enforcement hours
wednesday 8:00 am to 4 pm
thursday 12 pm to 4 pm
315-265-2131-ext 6 for code enforcement
email for CodE ENFORCEMENTemail@example.com
ext 7 for assessor
email for asSESSOR: firstname.lastname@example.org
THE TOWN BOARD MEETINGS WILL BE HELD AT 5 PM THE 4TH TUESDAY EVERY MONTH
park- PHONE (315) 265-8308 OR EMAIL PARK@PARISHVILLENY.US
WEBSITE FOR RECREATION INFO-HTTPS://WWW.PARISHVILLERECREATION.COM
1st and 3rd tuesday of each month @ 2 PM
ANYONE NEEDING TO ADDRESS THE COURT CAN DO SO BY PHONE OR EMAIL.
PHONE (315) 265-2131 (EXT. 226) OR EMAIL Lhayes2@NYCOURTS.GOV
sunday-7:30 am to 12:00
wednesday- 7:30 am to 5:00 pm
saturday-7:30 am to 5:00 pm
IMPORTANT PHONE NUMBERS:
HIGHWAY DEPT-315-265-6832- LOCATED AT 55 RUTMAN ROAD
TRANSFER STATION- 315-265-2142- LOCATED AT 67 RUTMAN ROAD
PARK/WATER- 315-265-8308- LOCATED AT 40 PARK STREET
TOWN OFFICES- 315-265-2131- LOCATED AT 1772 SH 72
town of parishville land use and development law (2018)
Town of Parishville Wind Law- Local Law
town of Parishville solar energy facility law
RIVERWALK BRICK ORDER FORM:
TOWN OF PARISHVILLE ATV LAW
The Neighborhood Center location & hours are:
South Colton- Mon & Fri -@ Community Center- Sugar Bush Lane So. Colton 9 -1
Pierrepont- Tues & Wed @Town Hall- 864 State Highway 68 9 -1
Parishville- Thursdays@ Town Hall- 1772 State Highway 72 9 -1
The Neighborhood Center is closed the first Friday of every month.
Please call 244 -0069 for more information
A Taste Of The adirondacks.
Welcome to Parishville, NY ... a quiet rural community in the picturesque northern Adirondacks of uppermost New York State. Straddling the northern boundary in the foothills of the Adirondack Park, Parishville is a blend of four distinct seasons – from the plush forests and pleasant climate of spring and summer... to the brilliant colors of autumn’s spectacular foliage... and winter’s snow and ski season. Spacious territory, clean air and quiet surroundings make Parishville a great place for home, camp or recreation. For year-round residents, campers and visitors alike, we welcome you and hope you enjoy your time here!
We have recently established a Parishville town web site to:
- Create an online resource of current basic community data, images, forms and contacts for the latest information about living, working or establishing a home or business in Parishville;
- Provide greater service to the community by providing quick and easy access to forms, applications, regulations and town news; and to answer frequently asked questions about our town;
- Allow feedback and suggestions as to ways to improve our community, its business and commerce, recreational opportunities and the services we provide.