Memory Tree to Benefit the Parishville Historical Association
Please submit the name of your loved ones with $1 each by December 24, 2019. Mail the list of names and a check or money order made payable to "Parishville Historical Association" to Parishville Town Clerk PO Box 246 Parishville, NY 13672 or drop it off in person to the Parishville Town Offices. There is a drop box on the door facing the AMVETS for drop off after hours. The tree will be lit at the Parishville Museum on State Route 72 to commemorate our loved ones.
Brookfield Renewable will be drawing down the water level on Allen’s Falls on November 16th. The winter drawdown is to meet Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) guidelines. If there are any questions regarding this matter, please contact us at Inquiries.NY@brookfieldrenewable.com
Riverwalk Brick order form:
THE TOWN BOARD MEETINGS WILL BE HELD AT 5 PM EVERY MONTH -NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. THEY CAN BE VIEWED ON THE TOWN OF PARISHVILLE FACEBOOK PAGE
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Town Clerk's office will be closed to the public. knock on the side door facing the amvets if you need to enter. a mask is mandatory!!!
The hours are :
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)
most business will be conducted via phone, email and or regular mail. Phone (315) 265-2131 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
CODE ENFORCEMENT AND ASSESSMENT HOURS
WEDNESDAY 8 AM - 4 PM AND THURSDAY 12 PM- 4 PM
315-265-2131 EXT 6 FOR CODES AND EXT 7 FOR ASSESSOR
CALL FOR APPOINTMENT IF NEEDED OUTSIDE OF THESE HOURS
THE CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER AND ASSESSOR WILL BE DAVID BURL
The Park will be open limited hours (9 am to 6 pm) with no lifeguards on duty.
Phone (315) 265-8308 or email email@example.com
WEBSITE FOR RECREATION INFO-HTTPS://WWW.PARISHVILLERECREATION.COM/
The Town Court has resumed on the 1st and 3rd tuesday of each month. anyone needing to address the Court can do so by phone or email.
Phone (315) 265-2131 (ext. 226) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Transfer Station will operate as usual. We ask patrons, please do not congregate or engage with the attendant unnecessarily. This will help alleviate the chances of contamination through personal contact.
please call 315-265-2131 to reach
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direct line for the park is 315-265-8308
direct line for the highway is 315-265-6832
Click here to view the Zoning Map for the TOwn of Parishville. (This map can also be accessed on the Code Enforcement Page)
Click here for a copy of the PArishville Area ATV Club membership application.
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
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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.