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Announcements

Mayor’s Tentative Budget for 2015-16

The Mayor’s Tentative Budget for 2015-16 is available for review here:  2015-16 Tentative Budget03262015

A public hearing is set for Thursday, March 26 at 7:00 to hear comments about the budget.  Workshop meetings are scheduled for April 1 at 7:00 PM, April 9 at 6:00 PM, and April 16 at 7:00 PM.  The public is invited to attend the workshops, although there will not be an opportunity for the public to speak.

Any revisions to the Tentative Budget must be made and approved by April 30, 2015 or the Tentative Budget will go into effect at the start of the fiscal year on June 1, 2015.

Meeting Schedule for March 26, 2015

There will be a public hearing before the Village of Chatham Board of Trustees on March 26, 2015 at 6:30 PM at the Tracy Memorial Hall, 77 Main Street in Chatham, NY. This Public Hearing is being conducted to accept comments on the Six-Month Extension of the Major Subdivision and Commercial or Industrial Use Moratorium Law.   Copies of the law will be available in the Village Clerk’s Office during normal business hours and on the Village website

There will also be a public hearing before the Village of Chatham Board of Trustees on March 26, 2015 at 7:00 PM at the Tracy Memorial Hall, 77 Main Street in Chatham, NY. This Public Hearing is being conducted to accept comments on the Tentative Budget for FY2015-16.  The tentative budget is available at the Chatham Village Clerk’s Office during normal business hours starting Tuesday, March 24 and on the Village website

There will be a meeting of the Board of Trustees on March 26, 2015 immediately following the budget public hearing.  The tentative agenda can be found here:  AGENDA_032615_draft

 

Rain Barrels and Composters

The Village is taking orders for the purchase of rain barrels and compost bins at wholesale prices.  The price for the rain barrel is $55.00 including tax and the price for the composter is $46.50.  Click SYSTERN Installation Guide or Earth Machine Instructions for … read more

Village of Chatham Comprehensive Plan Update

There will be a public hearing before the Village of Chatham Comprehensive Plan Update Committee to be held on March 24, 2015 at 7:00 PM at the Tracy Memorial Hall, 77 Main Street in Chatham, NY. This Public Hearing is … read more

March is Shred Month in the Village of Chatham!

Certified Document Security has partnered with the Village of Chatham to offer free shredding for the month of March! Bring in your old documents and personal papers to the locked containers in the lobby of the Tracy Memorial. You can … read more

New Website for Village Police Department

The Village of Chatham Police Department has a new web site that can be found at chathampolice.com. (Don’t put in www; for some reason it doesn’t work). You’ll find information on how to contact all of the current police officers, … read more

Village of Chatham wins Best Block to Shop in Columbia County!

Congratulations to the Village of Chatham for having the Best Block to Shop in Columbia County! And even more congratulations to all the Chatham businesses who won the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce/Register Star-sponsored Best of Columbia County awards: Chatham Brewing,Browns … read more

Parking Enforcement

Parking Limits: Parking along the Hudson Ave/Main Street corridor is limited to two hours and there is no overnight parking allowed on either street. Overnight Parking: is allowed in the Depot Square parking area near the Herrington’s warehouse and in … read more

Garbage Pickup

Welsh Sanitation picks up garbage and recyclables throughout the Village on Wednesday mornings, until about 1:00pm. Welsh Sanitation is now doing single-stream recycling in the Village of Chatham. That means all recyclables can be mixed together. Garbage stickers are $2.00 for a 13 gal. … read more

Comprehensive Plan Committee (CPC)

In 1995, after a nearly three-year process, the Village of Chatham adopted a comprehensive plan. This was followed the next year by adoption of a revised zoning code to support many of the suggestions in the plan. Much has changed … read more

Mayor’s Message

Welcome to Chatham! It’s a village with a gritty blue-collar industrial revolution history. There’s beauty in our buildings and on our streets, from the restored Richardson-inspired railroad station to the Victorian houses that line Hudson Avenue. Check out our Little … read more

Office Hours

M   closed
Tu  9am – 4pm
W   9am – 4pm
Th  11:30am – 7pm
F   9am – 3pm

Village Newsletter

The current Village Newsletter can be viewed here.

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Announcements

Mayor’s Tentative Budget for 2015-16

The Mayor’s Tentative Budget for 2015-16 is available for review here:  2015-16 Tentative Budget03262015 A public hearing is set for Thursday, March 26 at 7:00 to hear comments about the budget.  Workshop meetings are scheduled for April 1 at 7:00 … read more

Meeting Schedule for March 26, 2015

There will be a public hearing before the Village of Chatham Board of Trustees on March 26, 2015 at 6:30 PM at the Tracy Memorial Hall, 77 Main Street in Chatham, NY. This Public Hearing is being conducted to accept … read more

Rain Barrels and Composters

The Village is taking orders for the purchase of rain barrels and compost bins at wholesale prices.  The price for the rain barrel is $55.00 including tax and the price for the composter is $46.50.  Click SYSTERN Installation Guide or Earth Machine Instructions for … read more

Village of Chatham Comprehensive Plan Update

There will be a public hearing before the Village of Chatham Comprehensive Plan Update Committee to be held on March 24, 2015 at 7:00 PM at the Tracy Memorial Hall, 77 Main Street in Chatham, NY. This Public Hearing is … read more

March is Shred Month in the Village of Chatham!

Certified Document Security has partnered with the Village of Chatham to offer free shredding for the month of March! Bring in your old documents and personal papers to the locked containers in the lobby of the Tracy Memorial. You can … read more

New Website for Village Police Department

The Village of Chatham Police Department has a new web site that can be found at chathampolice.com. (Don’t put in www; for some reason it doesn’t work). You’ll find information on how to contact all of the current police officers, … read more

Village of Chatham wins Best Block to Shop in Columbia County!

Congratulations to the Village of Chatham for having the Best Block to Shop in Columbia County! And even more congratulations to all the Chatham businesses who won the Columbia County Chamber of Commerce/Register Star-sponsored Best of Columbia County awards: Chatham Brewing,Browns … read more

Parking Enforcement

Parking Limits: Parking along the Hudson Ave/Main Street corridor is limited to two hours and there is no overnight parking allowed on either street. Overnight Parking: is allowed in the Depot Square parking area near the Herrington’s warehouse and in … read more

Garbage Pickup

Welsh Sanitation picks up garbage and recyclables throughout the Village on Wednesday mornings, until about 1:00pm. Welsh Sanitation is now doing single-stream recycling in the Village of Chatham. That means all recyclables can be mixed together. Garbage stickers are $2.00 for a 13 gal. … read more

Comprehensive Plan Committee (CPC)

In 1995, after a nearly three-year process, the Village of Chatham adopted a comprehensive plan. This was followed the next year by adoption of a revised zoning code to support many of the suggestions in the plan. Much has changed … read more

Mayor’s Message

Welcome to Chatham! It’s a village with a gritty blue-collar industrial revolution history. There’s beauty in our buildings and on our streets, from the restored Richardson-inspired railroad station to the Victorian houses that line Hudson Avenue. Check out our Little … read more

Office Hours

M   closed
Tu  9am – 4pm
W   9am – 4pm
Th  11:30am – 7pm
F   9am – 3pm

Village Newsletter

The current Village Newsletter can be viewed here.