Welcome to the Town of Hamilton

Upcoming Events

NYS was unsuccessful in obtaining a Presidential disaster declaration for the storms from July 2017, however, the U.S. Small Business Association did approve Governor Cuomo’s request for support. Residents and businesses affected by these storms can apply for Low-Interest Disaster Loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).

The SBA granted this request for a Physical Disaster Declaration for 21 Counties, including Madison. This, following a weather system that brought severe storms and flash flooding from excessive rainfall that quickly overwhelmed roadways, homes and businesses from July 1 through July 24, 2017. The application deadline for physical damage is April 16, 2018. An SBA fact sheet on this can be found at: https://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela/Declarations/ViewDisasterDocument/1383

The following groups may be eligible for help from SBA loans for the following:
• Homeowners: up to $200,000 to repair or replace damaged or destroyed real estate
• Homeowners and renters: up to $40,000 to repair or replace damaged or destroyed personal property
• Business owners: up to $2 million for the replacement of real estate, inventories, machinery, equipment, and other physical losses
• Businesses and non-profits: Economic Injury Disaster Loans of up to $2 million to provide necessary working capital until normal operations resume after a disaster

Interest rates can be as low as 1.938 percent for homeowners and renters, 2.5 percent for non-profit organizations and 3.215 percent for businesses with terms up to 30 years. Loan amounts and terms are set by the SBA and are based on each applicant’s financial condition. Individuals and businesses may apply online using the Electronic Loan Application via SBA’s secure website at https://disasterloan.sba.gov/ela.

Town of Hamilton – Call of Alternates for Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals

December 26, 2017: The 2018 Town and County Tax Bills have been mailed out and property owners should start to receive them soon. The Hamilton Town Office does have copies on file and can fax or email you a copy upon request, should you need a copy prior to receiving it in the mail. Please call 315-824-3380 or email: s.reymers@townofhamiltonny.org. Please provide your property address or tax map number. A reminder that if you have your taxes escrowed with a lending institution, that institution will receive your tax bill for payment.
Property owners sometimes pay their town and county property taxes early. Contact your tax accountant to determine if early tax payment is to your advantage. As above, if you need a copy of your tax bill for early payment, contact the town office.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR EARLY TAX PAYMENT: The only payment option to have proof of early payment for your 2018 Town and County Taxes in 2017 is as follows:
1) MAKE check/money order out to: Madison County Treasurer and Date prior to January 1, 2018
2) MAIL Check AND a Copy of your tax bill to: Madison County Treasurer, PO Box 665, Wampsville, NY 13163. *Include a note to the Treasurer’s office that you would like your postmarked envelope back with your receipt to show proof of payment for 2017.
3) Before the end of December 2017, have your envelope POSTMARKED with a 2017 date at the US POST OFFICE. In other words, make sure your envelope is postmarked on or before December 31, 2017.Contact your local post office for hours. Alternatively, you could mail your check and tax bill via certified mail and use the certified mail receipt as proof.
CONTACT your TAX ACCOUNTANT for further recommendations.
Please NOTE: Madison County Treasurer’s office will not be accepting in-person payments until January 2, 2018. Online payments will not be accepted until January 1 or 2, 2018. The Town office will not be able to accept any tax payments per usual as Madison County collects the Town of Hamilton taxes.
Need to know how much your taxes are in a hurry? Click here for the 2018 Town of Hamilton Tax Roll.
To Pay Taxes Online, Click Here. Available January 1, 2018.

Town Hall Building Committee Updates:
The Town of Hamilton formed a committee which will be working to find lower costs for the project, focused primarily on our current building site and plan. Other possibilities will also be explored. The committee members include: Travis Dubois, Shari Taylor, Jodi Palmer, Tim Trueworthy, Roger Bauman, Mary Dinski, John Bailey, Eve Ann Shwartz, Peter Darby, Sue Reymers and Mark Miller. The committee had its first meeting during the week of December 4. Stay tuned for more information as it becomes available. Thank you.

Town of Hamilton Comprehensive Plan Part I – Adopted February 9, 2017
Town of Hamilton Comprehensive Plan Appendix Adopted February 9, 2017
2017 Final Assessment Roll Town of Hamilton
2016 Final Assessment Roll Town of Hamilton
2015 Final Assessment Roll Town of Hamilton

2018 Adopted Budget – Town of Hamilton NY
2017 Exemption Report – Town of Hamilton NY
2017 Adopted Budget – Town of Hamilton NY
2016 Exemption Impact Report – Town of Hamilton
2016 Adopted Budget – Town of Hamilton NY
2015 Exemption Impact Report – Town of Hamilton
Hard Copies of the Assessment Rolls, Tax Rolls and Budgets are available at the Town Office for inspection during hours of operation listed above.

Thanks to the following for use of their photographs:Ted Anderson (Hamilton and East Hamilton photos), Peter Darby (Earlville photo), Sharon Dziekonski (Hubbardsville photo)

About the Town of Hamilton

Hamilton is one of the five townships in the southern tier of Madison County in Central New York, and encompasses 41 square miles.

Phone Numbers

TOWN OFFICE: (315) 824-3380

FAX: (315) 824-0246

HIGHWAY: (315) 825-1378

HIGHWAY GARAGE: (315) 691-7054

Mailing Address:

38 Milford Street, Hamilton, NY 13346

Physical Location of Town Office:

40 Milford Street, Suite 8, Hamilton, NY 13346