The Building Department will be closing at noon on Wednesday, 12/23/2020. The Town Clerks Office will remain open for normal business hours 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM. For any immediate issues, please call 585-637-1130.
Umpteenth Annual Children’s Holiday Party is a Go!
This year due to COVID-19 we will be doing things a little different, but we’re happy to say the long standing tradition of the Umpteenth Annual Childrens Holiday Party for our Clarkson children will continue! Details here…
Special thanks to Councilperson Didas for coordinating this event!
HO HO HO!
The Boil Water Notice issued to customers in portions of the towns of Clarkson and Sweden, Monroe County on November 27, 2020 has been lifted. All laboratory test results collected during the Boil Water Advisory verify that the water quality meets federal and state drinking water quality standards.
We are pleased to announce that it is no longer necessary to boil your water before drinking it.
We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience.
To receive emergency notifications about your water service via e-mail or text message, please contact Customer Service at 585.442.7200 to provide your current e-mail address and/or cell phone number.
The Monroe County Water Authority participates in the NY-Alert notification system for emergency alert information. Sign up for NY-Alert today to receive real-time emergency information regarding your water service directly via phone call, email, text message or fax. Visit www.alert.ny.gov/enroll.
I wanted to share that Supervisor Filipowicz received an update from the MCWA just minutes ago. Our two water samples have passed and this info will be going to the Monroe County Department of Health for further review. We’re getting closer!
My thanks to you all for your continued patience.
Many have been asking how long will those in impacted areas need to boil their water. Supervisor Christa Filipowicz just spoke with MCWA and they say 36-48 hours, however depending on their sampling results, it could be longer.
They are currently sampling water at approved locations in the area. Lifting the notice requires two sets of passing health samples which are taken 18-24 hours apart. Once passing samples are received they will be submitted to the Health Department requesting authorization to lift the boil water advisory.
Results from the first set should be ready this afternoon. At that time MCWA will be out to take the second set of samples. We will continue to provide updates as we receive them.
Last night there was a water main break on Lake Road in Clarkson. Supervisor Filipowicz was informed that the Monroe County Water Authority notified an number of residents in Clarkson that they should boil water as a precaution. Out of an abundance of caution they have now just expanded the advisory to include additional areas. See info
We anticipate possible openings on the support boards for the town of Clarkson. This could include Planning, Zoning, Conservation, Architectural Review and Assessment Review. If interested please email your resume and letter of interest to Supervisor Christa Filipowicz at supervisor@clarksonNY.org.