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Welcome to the Town of Remsen Website. Information contained in this website is designed to help you do business with all offices within the Town of Remsen. This website is provided through a project funded by Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation & training was provided by SUNY Institute of Technology - Utica-Rome. Our thanks go to both for making this site possible. Please e-mail us with your comments or suggestions at townofremsen@roadrunner.com Web Site Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to insure that information posted to this website is correct at the time of posting. Content of this website, although checked for accuracy, is not warranted to be error-free. If you have any doubt, please call the town offices for clarification.
Remsen Recycling Program Tokens Issued at the Remsen Town Hall

2014 Final Assessment Roll

The 2014 final assessment roll for the Town of Remsen is available on the Oneida County website.

Please use the following link to access the roll for the Town of Remsen: 

http://www.ocgov.net/finance/2014FinalAssessRolls  

Department Pages:
 
Officials:
Supervisor - Roger Helmer
Councilman / Deputy Supervisor - Charles Appleton
Councilman - Robert Wilcox
Councilman - Duane Jones
Councilman - Donna Hamilton
Secretary - Bonnie J Allen
Superintendent of Highways - George D Worden
Assessor - Tonya Brown
Town Justice - Bobbi Jo Kahl
Code Enforcement Officer - James Mason
Town Clerk - Kristy N. Allen

Veterans Memorial at the Remsen Town Park
News:
2-1-1 Mid-York Information and Referral Service
April 23, 2015

In Madison, Oneida and Herkimer Counties there is now a new way to connect with up-to-date information about health and human services programs called 2-1-1 Mid-York.  The service is free, confidential and multi-lingual.  2-1-1 Mid-York provides a staffed contact center where trained call specialists are available to speak with callers 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year.  Callers can learn about many different resources, a small sample of which are listed here: food, housing, health services, managing finances, job assistance, care for a child or elderly person, mental health or substance abuse issues, tax help, transportation, education and volunteer opportunities.  2-1-1 Mid-York call specialists use a database that has been developed by surveying local agencies, government offices and hospitals.  On a call, call specialists locate the best service matches to the needs that are identified in the course of the phone call and give that contact information to the caller. 2-1-1 Mid-York’s contact center started answering calls on January 1, 2015.  Later this year a website will provide internet access to the 2-1-1 Mid-York database.


(This Information has been provided by a 2-1-1 Mid-York Liasion and has been reprinted here for public awareness purposes.)  

Remsen Recycling Program
April 20, 2015

The Town of Remsen is excited to offer the newly developed Town of Remsen Recycling Program to its residents in 2015. The opportunity to participate in the Recycling Program will be made available to all property owners in the Town of Remsen and will operate on the grounds of the Town of Trenton Recycling Center. To sign-up for a token use must visit the Remsen Town Hall.

For more information, please see the Local Events page of this website.

New Town Clerk Office Hours
March 02, 2015
The Town Clerk's Office will be open for business every Monday evening 5-7pm and every Thursday evening from 5-7pm.
Court Night Changed to Wednesdays
January 06, 2014

The Justice Court will now be held every WEDNESDAY night at 6pm.

Town Hall Hours of Operation
November 01, 2013

Monday through Friday 8:30am-3:30pm

New Veterans Memorial Constructed
June 11, 2012

A new veterans memorial has been constructed at the Remsen Town Park honoring all those who have served in the past and those who continue to serve our country today.

The monument is pictured above. For more images please visit the News tab.

Attention Dog Owners:
January 18, 2011

The NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets requires that all dogs be licensed by the town in which the dog resides. Residents of the Town of Remsen may obtain a license for his/her dog(s) from the Town Clerk. The Clerk's office is located at the Remsen Town Hall. Office hours are Mondays 5pm to 7pm and Thursdays 6pm to 8pm. If one or more of the dogs that you own is/are unlicensed, please obtain a license for the dog(s). Proof of up to date rabies vaccination and spay/neuter certificates (when applicable) must be presented to the Clerk in order for a license to be issued. Licensing fees are as follows: Spayed/neutered - $7.00 per dog, Un-spayed/unneutered - $15.00 per dog. Notice: Owners of any unlicensed dog(s) following the next dog enumeration will be fined in the amount of $25.00 per dog. A license will still need to be obtained.
























































 
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10540 Academy Lane
PO Box 308
Remsen, NY 13438
Phone: 315-831-5558
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