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Parking (see also https://ecode360.com/CH1066)

§ 99-23 Overnight parking. Except as provided in Schedule XIX (§ 99-56), attached to and made a part of this chapter, the parking of vehicles is hereby prohibited on all streets in the village between the hours of 3:00 a.m. and … read more

Street Closures for CSX Railroad work

UPDATE 11/16/22: Main Street crossing closure will be extended an additional 2 days and will now be closed through Friday, 11/18.  Important Notice RE: Village Railroad Crossing Closures CSX will be performing work on the tracks over the next several … read more

Planning Board, Monday, November 28, 2022 @ 7pm

The next regular meeting of the Planning Board will be on Monday, November 28, 2022 at 7:00pm at the Tracy Memorial Village Hall located at 77 Main Street, Chatham, NY 12037. November 28, 2022 PB Meeting AGENDA … read more

Zoning Board of Appeals meeting

There will be no meeting of the Zoning Board of Appeals this month due to no applications having been submitted.

Notice of Village Election, Tuesday, March 21, 2023

PUBLIC NOTICE, VILLAGE OF CHATHAM, NOTICE OF ELECTION; Tuesday, March 21, 2023; Take Notice that the Village of Chatham, Columbia County, New York, has two (2) elected offices to be filled at the Village Election on Tuesday, March 21, 2023, … read more

Budget to Actual September 2022

Cash Fund Balance Report 1-Cash and Fund Balance Report 9.30.22, General Fund  2-General Budget to Actual 9.30.22, Water Fund 3-Water Budget to Actual 9.30.22, Sewer Fund 4-Sewer Budget to Actual 9.30.22 … read more

46th Annual Ray Barbuti Turkey Trot

Thursday, November 24, 2022, Thanksgiving Day, the Morris Memorial Association will be hosting the 46th annual Ray Barbuti Turkey Trot. This low budget event is organized to include a youth mile and 5K road race. In years prior, some events … read more

COVID-19 Antigen Home Tests

The Village has a limited supply of Covid-19 Antigen Home Tests which will be available for Village residents at the Tracy (77 Main Street, Chatham, NY). The tests will be located on the table outside of the Village Clerk’s office. … read more

NYSEG Press Release Manage Rising Winter Energy Costs

NYSEG Press Release October 6, 2022 Remining consumers of payment options, budget billing, energy saving tips, and energy efficiency programs. Click here for the full press release: NYSEG Press Release 100622 … read more

Leaf Collection October 11, 2022 – December 1, 2022

The DPW will begin collection of leaves on October 11th, and run through December 1st, weather permitting. Please remember LEAVES ONLY.  Sticks, stones, pet waste, pet litter, and any other debris will damage the machine and/or result in serious injury.  … read more

Local Law 5 of 2022 “A Local Law to Amend the Village Code in Relation to Sidewalks”

To view the Amended Sidewalk Code: Local Law 5 of 2022 Amend Code relation to Sidewalks … read more

Seasonal Laborer position available

The Village is seeking a part-time Seasonal Laborer, for a period beginning immediately through December 1, 2022. All interested parties please contact the Village Clerk’s Office for an application. Phone 518.392.5821 x3 or email . JOB DESCRIPTION: Laborers – This … read more

NYSEG and RG&E Summer 2022 Energy Tips and Energy Assistance Programs

NYSEG and RG&E are reaching out to their customers regarding increases to energy supply prices and are providing information to help customers manage their energy usage to lessen utility bill increases as temperatures surge this summer. Below are links to … read more

Bears and Birdfeeders

Bears (and other wildlife) are readily attracted to back yards because of the presence of bird feeders. Bear nuisance complaint records reveal that at certain times of the year, bird feeders are involved in over 80% of the bear problems around … read more

Covid-19 Antigen Rapid Test Expiration Dates Extended

The iHeart OTC COVID Test Kits (those made available here at Tracy Memorial Hall to Village of Chatham residents)  have been approved by the FDA for expiration extensions. Most dates in 2022 have been extended by 3 months. iHealth COVID-19 … read more

State of the Fire Department

Click here for a look into the Chatham Fire Department State of the Department 2-21 Final … read more


Yard Debris

Yard Debris such as downed limbs, brush, and clippings may be disposed of at the DPW garage on Brookside Avenue between 7:00am and 3:00pm Monday through Friday.

The DPW will begin the Autumn collection of leaves on October 11th, and plan to continue through  December 1st, weather permitting. Please remember LEAVES ONLY.  Sticks, stones, pet waste, pet litter, and any other debris will damage the machine and/or result in serious injury.  Piles containing anything other than leaves will NOT be collected.  

Office Hours

The Village Clerk Business hours are 9am-1pm Monday-Thursday, closed on Friday. The Tracy building is open Monday-Friday for access to other offices-the Building Inspector/Codes Enforcement Officer, Town Court, and Police Department. The Village Clerk drop box at the front door will continue to be used as well.  If you have any questions or concerns, please call us at 518-392-5821, x2.

Garbage Stickers

Available at:
Tracy Memorial Village Hall

Citgo (at the stoplight)

Stewart’s (Church St.)

Sunoco

Garbage Stickers are still available at Citgo, Stewart’s, and Sunoco. You are also able to receive your trash stickers via mail if you leave a check in the lock box at the Village Clerk’s office along with your name, address, the amount of stickers and whether they are $2 or $3 stickers.








Announcements


Parking (see also https://ecode360.com/CH1066)

§ 99-23 Overnight parking. Except as provided in Schedule XIX (§ 99-56), attached to and made a part of this chapter, the parking of vehicles is hereby prohibited on all streets in the village between the hours of 3:00 a.m. and … read more

Street Closures for CSX Railroad work

UPDATE 11/16/22: Main Street crossing closure will be extended an additional 2 days and will now be closed through Friday, 11/18.  Important Notice RE: Village Railroad Crossing Closures CSX will be performing work on the tracks over the next several … read more

Planning Board, Monday, November 28, 2022 @ 7pm

The next regular meeting of the Planning Board will be on Monday, November 28, 2022 at 7:00pm at the Tracy Memorial Village Hall located at 77 Main Street, Chatham, NY 12037. November 28, 2022 PB Meeting AGENDA … read more

Zoning Board of Appeals meeting

There will be no meeting of the Zoning Board of Appeals this month due to no applications having been submitted.

Notice of Village Election, Tuesday, March 21, 2023

PUBLIC NOTICE, VILLAGE OF CHATHAM, NOTICE OF ELECTION; Tuesday, March 21, 2023; Take Notice that the Village of Chatham, Columbia County, New York, has two (2) elected offices to be filled at the Village Election on Tuesday, March 21, 2023, … read more

Budget to Actual September 2022

Cash Fund Balance Report 1-Cash and Fund Balance Report 9.30.22, General Fund  2-General Budget to Actual 9.30.22, Water Fund 3-Water Budget to Actual 9.30.22, Sewer Fund 4-Sewer Budget to Actual 9.30.22 … read more

46th Annual Ray Barbuti Turkey Trot

Thursday, November 24, 2022, Thanksgiving Day, the Morris Memorial Association will be hosting the 46th annual Ray Barbuti Turkey Trot. This low budget event is organized to include a youth mile and 5K road race. In years prior, some events … read more

COVID-19 Antigen Home Tests

The Village has a limited supply of Covid-19 Antigen Home Tests which will be available for Village residents at the Tracy (77 Main Street, Chatham, NY). The tests will be located on the table outside of the Village Clerk’s office. … read more

NYSEG Press Release Manage Rising Winter Energy Costs

NYSEG Press Release October 6, 2022 Remining consumers of payment options, budget billing, energy saving tips, and energy efficiency programs. Click here for the full press release: NYSEG Press Release 100622 … read more

Leaf Collection October 11, 2022 – December 1, 2022

The DPW will begin collection of leaves on October 11th, and run through December 1st, weather permitting. Please remember LEAVES ONLY.  Sticks, stones, pet waste, pet litter, and any other debris will damage the machine and/or result in serious injury.  … read more

Local Law 5 of 2022 “A Local Law to Amend the Village Code in Relation to Sidewalks”

To view the Amended Sidewalk Code: Local Law 5 of 2022 Amend Code relation to Sidewalks … read more

Seasonal Laborer position available

The Village is seeking a part-time Seasonal Laborer, for a period beginning immediately through December 1, 2022. All interested parties please contact the Village Clerk’s Office for an application. Phone 518.392.5821 x3 or email . JOB DESCRIPTION: Laborers – This … read more

NYSEG and RG&E Summer 2022 Energy Tips and Energy Assistance Programs

NYSEG and RG&E are reaching out to their customers regarding increases to energy supply prices and are providing information to help customers manage their energy usage to lessen utility bill increases as temperatures surge this summer. Below are links to … read more

Bears and Birdfeeders

Bears (and other wildlife) are readily attracted to back yards because of the presence of bird feeders. Bear nuisance complaint records reveal that at certain times of the year, bird feeders are involved in over 80% of the bear problems around … read more

Covid-19 Antigen Rapid Test Expiration Dates Extended

The iHeart OTC COVID Test Kits (those made available here at Tracy Memorial Hall to Village of Chatham residents)  have been approved by the FDA for expiration extensions. Most dates in 2022 have been extended by 3 months. iHealth COVID-19 … read more

State of the Fire Department

Click here for a look into the Chatham Fire Department State of the Department 2-21 Final … read more


Yard Debris

Yard Debris such as downed limbs, brush, and clippings may be disposed of at the DPW garage on Brookside Avenue between 7:00am and 3:00pm Monday through Friday.

The DPW will begin the Autumn collection of leaves on October 11th, and plan to continue through  December 1st, weather permitting. Please remember LEAVES ONLY.  Sticks, stones, pet waste, pet litter, and any other debris will damage the machine and/or result in serious injury.  Piles containing anything other than leaves will NOT be collected.  

Office Hours

The Village Clerk Business hours are 9am-1pm Monday-Thursday, closed on Friday. The Tracy building is open Monday-Friday for access to other offices-the Building Inspector/Codes Enforcement Officer, Town Court, and Police Department. The Village Clerk drop box at the front door will continue to be used as well.  If you have any questions or concerns, please call us at 518-392-5821, x2.

Garbage Stickers

Available at:
Tracy Memorial Village Hall

Citgo (at the stoplight)

Stewart’s (Church St.)

Sunoco

Garbage Stickers are still available at Citgo, Stewart’s, and Sunoco. You are also able to receive your trash stickers via mail if you leave a check in the lock box at the Village Clerk’s office along with your name, address, the amount of stickers and whether they are $2 or $3 stickers.