Welcome to the Town of Hamilton, Madison County, NY
CITIZEN PREPAREDNESS COURSE
New York State and Madison County Office of Emergency Management is offering a Citizen Preparedness Course for residents to have the tools and resources to prepare for any type of disaster, respond accordingly and recover as quickly as possible to pre-disaster conditions. Course will be offered on Wednesday, November 14, 2018 starting at 6:00pm at the Cazenovia College, McDonald Lecture Hall in Eckel Hall, Linclaen Street, Cazenovia, NY. Preparedness Kit will be passed out (One per Family). You must register online at http://www.dhses.ny.gov/aware-prepare/nysprepare/registration/index.cfm
Need access to WiFi? Your local library can help you! The Hamilton Public Library and the Earlville Free Library offer free WiFi, even after they are closed. Call them for more information.
Hamilton Public Library: 315-824-3060
Earlville Free Library: 315-691-5931
THINKING OF BUYING LAND or a HOUSE in the TOWN OF HAMILTON?
There are many things to consider when purchasing vacant land or a house. Take time to look at our various web pages for departmental information, our town Zoning Laws and more. If you have questions, contact the Clerk’s office at 315-824-3380. Here are links to more resources:
Madison County, NY
FEMA Floodplain Maps (Copies of these maps are available at the Town Office, during regular business hours.)
NEWS: Cornell Creates Climate Smart Farming Website to serve Farmers, Extension Educators and Agricultural Consultants. Go to: climatesmartfarming.org for more information and share with friends and neighbors!
For More Information – Click Here for Madison County Real Property
2018 Final Assessment Roll Town of Hamilton
2018 Tentative Assessment Roll Town of Hamilton
2017 Final Assessment Roll Town of Hamilton
2016 Final Assessment Roll Town of Hamilton
2015 Final Assessment Roll 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)