Gradual Re-Opening of Clarkson Town Hall

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We will begin a gradual re-opening of the Clarkson Town Hall on Monday, June 1, 2020.

For the protection of our residents and employees, until further notice, we will operate by appointment only. Initially appointments will be limited to the Town Clerk’s Office, Assessor’s Office and the Building Inspector/Code Enforcement Officer‘s office. Other departments may be added as time progresses. We are asking for patience as we adjust to our new procedures. We will continue to answer phones and emails during business hours. Our drop box is available 24/7.

Any employee interacting with the public will wear face coverings and any member of the public must wear a face covering if they plan to enter the Town Hall. Physical distancing of at least 6 should be maintained.

Only those with confirmed appointments will be permitted in the Town Hall and only one person per appointment. The person you have an appointment with will let you inside the building. The Town Clerk’s Office will have appointments on Tuesdays and Thursdays. The Assessor’s Office will have appointments on Monday and Wednesday. The Building Department will schedule appointments daily if necessary.

Departments may have concurrent appointments; however, no more than two non-employees may be in the building at the same time.

Although we love to chat with residents as in the past, but we must now limit our time to conducting the business, and residents should vacate the Town Hall once their business is completed. Each area shall be sanitized after each appointment and prior to the next appointment.

Town Board Meeting

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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Clarkson Town Board meeting will be held on May 26, 2020 at 6:00 P.M. Pursuant to Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order 202.1, this will be a virtual meeting via ‘Town of Clarkson’ Facebook live. For the agenda and information on how to join the meeting please visit our website at www.clarksonny.org.

If you wish to speak during the Open Forum portion of this meeting you must email the Town Clerk at townclerk@clarksonny.org or the Town Supervisor at supervisor@clarksonny.org by 4PM Tuesday, May 26. You will need to provide your name, address and phone number.

Brush Drop-Off

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Brush drop-off at the Highway Department, 3623 Lake Road is temporarily closed due to pending road work, and the increased presence of construction vehicles at that site.  This is for the safety of the residents and truck drivers. 

Other options:  Use the Transfer Station at 3718 Redman Road (Wednesdays 2-7, Saturdays 8-4); no permit is required for brush drop-off only.  You may also borrow the brush trailer by calling Highway at (585) 637-1132 to arrange a date for drop-off and pick-up.

Online Payments Accepted at Stanley Progrosewski Justice Court

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Recently our Clarkson court set up online payment with GovPayNow.com. Be advised, for the convenience of online payment you will pay a fee of 4%. That fee goes directly to GovPayNow, not our court or New York Stat. If you come in to the court to make a credit card payment, you will be charged a fee of 2.99%, which also does not go to the court or New York State. We still accept cash, money orders and cashier’s checks, but no personal checks. If you come to the court to make a payment and the office is closed, there is a drop box on the back side of the building (South end).

To pay online, you will log in to www.GovPayNow.com from any computer with internet access. Enter either Clarkson Town Court or PLC # a003KG for Judge Penders or PLC #a003KF for Judge Wilcox. It is important that you know to which Judge you’re making a payment. The ticket # is also important. If you do not have either of these, please call 585-637-1134 during business hours or email debbie.rath@clarksonny.org.

2020 Census is Very Important to Clarkson!

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PLEASE TAKE A FEW MOMENTS TO COMPLETE YOUR 2020 CENSUS.

The 2020 Census is now underway. The goal of the census is to count every resident living in the United States. The census is done every 10 years.

Why is it important?

The census impacts several things. It impacts $53 Billion of federal funding that is used for community services and economic development.

It impacts the number of congressional seats.

It is used by local, state and federal government for planning purposes for the next 10 years.

It is quick and easy to do. It only takes a few minutes and can be done electronically.

Respond today at http://my2020census.gov/

Town Board Meeting

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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Clarkson Town Board meeting will be held on May 12, 2020 at 6:00 P.M. Pursuant to Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order 202.1, this will be a virtual meeting via ‘Town of Clarkson’ Facebook live. For the agenda and information on how to join the meeting please visit our website at www.clarksonny.org.

If you wish to speak during the Open Forum portion of this meeting you must email the Town Clerk at townclerk@clarksonny.org or the Town Supervisor at supervisor@clarksonny.org by 4PM Tuesday, May 12. You will need to provide your name, address and phone number.

State of Emergency Extended

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Town of Clarkson – STATE OF EMERGENCY
The County of Monroe and the State of New York have declared States of Emergency in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. The outbreak poses an immediate danger to public health and safety which imperils the residents and businesses in the Town of Clarkson. I believe it is in the best interest of the Town of Clarkson and our residents for me to extend the State of Emergency in the Town of Clarkson which will allow me the discretion to use any and all facilities, equipment, supplies, personnel and other resources of the Town of Clarkson in such manner as may be necessary or appropriate to cope with the disaster or any emergency resulting therefrom. In particular, but not in limitation, I anticipate that it will be critical to have Town personnel available to respond to specific, but currently unknowable, needs arising in the Town. Therefore, by the power vested in me, pursuant to Article 2-B of the Executive Law of the State of New York, I hereby declare a state of emergency effective this date at noon within the entire Town of Clarkson, Monroe County, New York. This state of emergency shall remain in effect for the next 30 days unless and until rescinded by me or extended by me for additional 30 day periods. Any residents in need of special or emergency assistance are advised to contact 911.

Brush Pick-Up Updates

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Superintendent of Highways Bob Viscardi has announced:

  1. Brush pick-up  We started early and will continue next week until completed.  If you think you were missed, please call 637-1132 and we will stop by.
  2. Wood chips The pile in front of Highway is no longer available.  However, there is a very large pile off of New Horizon Drive, across from Lifetime Assistance on the south side. 
  3. Dumping of brush The Highway Department prohibits the dumping of brush on highway property by anyone who is not a Clarkson resident. The area is monitored by cameras.