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The Town of Claverack, incorporated in 1788, sits in the middle of beautiful Columbia County, with easy access to Albany, Boston and New York City. There are just over 6000 residents spread out over almost 50 miles of the town, which makes us the second most populated township in the county. Included in the township of Claverack is the Village of Philmont, which has its own municipal structure (www.philmont.org) and was incorporated in 1892. We are proud of our rural, academic and industrial history and cherish the small town and rural atmosphere that is fundamental to our community.
Announcements and Public Notices
Due to COVID restrictions, until further notice, town meetings will only be accessible to the pubic through Zoom. A message will be put on the events calendar for meetings with directions as to how and when to submit a request to attend the meeting through zoom. Thank you for your cooperation.
Please be advised that an appointment is no longer needed to enter the Town Office. However, a mask is required upon entering the building, even if vaccinated. This is subject to change as conditions dictate.
NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF FINAL ASSESSMENT ROLL (Pursuant to Section 516 of the Real Property Tax Law) Notice is hereby given that the Final Assessment Roll for the Town of Claverack, in the County of Columbia, for the year 2021, has been completed by the undersigned Assessor, and a certified copy thereof has been…
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and related restrictions as well as a shortage of counselors, the Town of Claverack is sad to announce it is unable to sponsor the youth summer program this year. The town park and playground will remain open to the public from dawn to dusk.
If you are a Claverack resident who is over the age of 60 and homebound and need help in scheduling a COVID vaccination, shopping, or other assistance, please contact the Town Office at 518-672-7911 extension 100 or 104, and we will forward your name to the Columbia County Office for the Aging. The Office for…
An Executive Order has been signed by Governor Cuomo concerning property tax exemptions for low-income senior citizens and people with disabilities. The renewal requirement which would put vulnerable New Yorkers at risk of infection from COVID-19, has been lifted through 2021.
Persons 65 years and older may be eligible to receive a COVID-19 vaccination. To learn more click here to go on to the Columbia County Health Department website. Once you get on the website go to 1) Announcements 2) Learn more 3) Scroll to ” Available Clinic Registration”