Town of Waterford, NY

65 Broad St.
Waterford, NY 12188

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Current Announcements as of  6/22/2022  
Special Events, Announcements and New Web Features:
Special Meeting of the Waterford Town Board
The Sock Hop and Classic Car Cruise scheduled for June 17th has been POSTPONED to the Rain Date of June 24th.
Promoting Bike Safety Throughout the next few months Officers will be handing out Stewart's Shops ice cream passes to children they see wearing a helmet while riding their bikes. These ice cream passes were donated by Stewart's Shops to help promote bike safety.

Free Covid Test Kit Pickup 

Waterford residents can pick up a free Covid test kit at the Waterford Town Clerk’s Office, 65 Broad Street, Monday thru Friday 8:30am to 4:00pm.  Proof of residency required.

Local Laws, Propositions, Public Meetings, Public Notices and Hearings:

The Town Board of the Town of Waterford will hold a Special Meeting along with the monthly Agenda Meeting on Tuesday June 28, 2022 at 7:00 PM at Waterford Town Hall 65 Broad Street Waterford NY. The purpose of the Special Meeting is to consider the hiring of a PT Cleaner for the Visitor Center. Special Meeting Notice June 28, 2022

Special Meeting of the Waterford Town Board May 31, 2022  7:00PM

Notice of Public Hearing Zoning Board of Appeals - June 1, 2022  6:30PM-  regarding 45 Columbus Avenue- J. Powers

Notice of Public Hearing Town Planning Board- June 13, 2022 7:30PM- regarding 291 Hudson River Road

Saratoga County Deceased Veterans ceremony. Tuesday, June 21 at 2:00 p.m.- Raymond “Butch” J. Giroux , Town of Waterford-  to be held at the Saratoga County Office Building, 40 McMaster Street, Ballston Spa, NY 12022


Public Safety Message on Upcoming Traffic Safety Initiatives - 3/11/22

The Waterford Police Department will be participating in the “U Drive, U Text, U Pay” (April 4th-11th 2022)- National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) promoted distracted driving enforcement wave.

Every year the Governors Traffic Safety Committee supports and promotes Operation Safe Stop. Passing a stopped school bus is dangerous and puts our children at high risk when they get on or off the school bus.  Thursday April 28th, 2022 is OPERATION SAFE STOP DAY, and the Waterford Police Department will be participating in the one day enforcement effort.   

The Waterford Police Department will be participating in the “No Empty Chair” Safe Teen Driver enforcement initiative during the week of April 25th –April 29th, 2022.  Officers will be focusing on different traffic safety initiatives throughout the week, to include: Speeding in School Zones, Seatbelts and Child Restraints, Cell Phone Use and Texting and Underage Drinking and Impaired Driving.   

The Waterford Police Department will be participating in the upcoming (NHTSA) Click It Or Ticket, Buckle Up New York, Seat Belt Mobilization Enforcement Dates — May 23rd – June 5th, 2022.”

2022 Notice To Bidders -Cemetery Lawn Maintenance


The Rockefeller Institute of Government is Introducing the Marijuana Opt-Out Tracker

Read the full NYS legislation on the cannabis law here.    

Property Tax Information: A new link has been added to the Town of Waterford's website that allows access to the Town's Online Tax Search System.  If you would like to find your Town Tax Bill online, please go to

Press Releases:


Special Needs Registry

A Special Needs Registry is being established for the residents of the Village and Town of Waterford. The purpose of the Special Needs Registry is to make Emergency Service personnel aware of residents with special needs in the event of an emergency. Residents with Special Needs are asked to download a

on the Town website and submit it to the Town of Waterford Police Department.


Important Information For Residents Of Northside

National Grid is undertaking an endeavor to enhance their gas service(s) to the residents of Northside.  The areas that will be affected are identified within a letter that was recently sent to each homeowner within the affected area and shown below.   Because of the size and scope of this undertaking, the Town has had regular meetings and communications with National Grid to ensure that the work be completed timely, with a moderate disruption to the neighborhood and with a full restoration of the disturbed areas to the Town standards.  The work that needs to be done has been identified and categorized into three phases.   Phase One will be within the west sidewalk area of Saratoga Avenue from Stewarts to Clifton Street.    Phase Two, which has begun, is from Saratoga Avenue, along Clifton Street and under the Canadian Pacific Railroad tracks.   Phase Three will be installing a new main and house services within and along the following streets:  River Street, Clifton Street, Grove Street, First Avenue from Clifton to Grace, and Grace Street from First Avenue to VanDerwerken Avenue.  At this time National Grid intends to begin work in the near future on Phases One and Three.   When those start dates become definite, we will update accordingly.  Click here to view the letter sent to homeowners in Northside.


Employment Opportunities Available:  updated 4/29/2022

Following is a list of Employment Opportunities in the Town of Waterford   

The Town of Waterford is now accepting applications for: 

Full & Part Time Lifeguards

MUST be Red Cross certified by June 15, 2022

(Provide certification with application if available at that time)

Swim Instructor

(WSI Certified)

Park Counselors

(Age Requirement: 17)

Weekend Part Time Cleaner

(Waterford Visitor Center)

Applications are available on the Town’s website at:

Or at:

Supervisor’s Office-2nd Floor

65 Broad Street

Waterford, NY 12188



*             This position entails the transportation of citizens to approved destinations; including medical facilities and Senior Citizen Centers.  Maintains simple records of fuel used, mileage                   and passengers carried. 

*             Reports mechanical defects of motor vehicle to appropriate authority.

*             Good knowledge of driving safety practices and NYS traffic laws; good knowledge of the road & highway systems, ability to operate a motor vehicle under all driving and road                       conditions; ability to establish harmonious relations with fellow workers and the public.

*             Physical conditioning commensurate with the demands of the position. 

*             Applicant must possess a “Class C” or higher license OR be able to obtain a CDL license.