Public Notices

Public notices affect rights, property and tax dollars. Ultimately, they keep you informed about your community.

Craigville Road (County Route 66) Closing Notice
Commissioner of Public Works of the County of Orange does hereby close all that portion of County Road 66 (Craigville Rd.) in the Town of Goshen, Orange County, New York. at the southeast of the intersection of County Road 66 (Craigville Rd.) and N.Y.S. Route 207 (Main St.) for the purpose of allowing the Orange County Department of Public Works, to excavate, repair, pave replacement of Culvert on County Road 66 closing being effective on or about August 19, 2019.

Notice of Adoption Local Law 2 of 2019 - Authority to Assign Numbers; Notice
During its June 13, 2019 meeting, the Town Board of the Town of Goshen duly enacted Local Law No. 2 of 2019, amending Section 43-2 of the Town Code (“Authority to Assign Numbers; Notice”) to designate the Building Department as the entity to assign numbers to real property within the Town.

O&R customers are being hounded by a new round of persistent predatory phone calls from crooks trying to steal O&R customers’ money. The scheme goes this way: Crooks posing as O&R employees call unsuspecting customers and threaten them with the immediate shut off of their electric service if they don’t pay phony O&R bills with Green Dot or other prepaid debit cards.

CALL 811 Before You Dig
Dig Safely New York’s location request services are free. Simply dial 811 or 1-800-962-7962 to reach our call centers, located in East Syracuse and Latham, NY. Our Customer Service Representatives (CSRs) are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, to receive calls regarding planned excavation projects.

Notice of Adoption Local Law 1 of 2019 - Dangerous Buildings
During its February 14, 2019 meeting, the Town Board of the Town of Goshen duly enacted Local Law No. 1 of 2019, amending Chapter 51 of the Code of the Town of Goshen (“Dangerous Buildings”) to conform with the procedures in State law.

2019 Adopted Town Budget
Adopted Town Budget for 2019

Section 495 to the Real Property Tax Law requires counties, cities, towns, villages and school districts to attach to their tentative/preliminary budgets an exemption report.
Exemption reports will provide taxpayers, policy makers, media and the general public with greater transparency on property tax exemptions and their effect on overall property taxes.
Exemptions are reductions in property taxes granted to certain groups of property owners (e.g., non-profits, seniors, veterans) and are paid for by increases in property taxes on all other taxpayers (except for the STAR exemption, which is funded directly by New York State).

Resolution Adopting an Amendment for Solar Energy Systems Fees
Resolution Adopting an Amendment to Schedule of Building, Planning and Zoning Application and Inspection Fees for Solar Energy Systems.