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The Official Website for the Town of Oswego, New York - Founded April 20, 1818
Last Update: 10/9/17

Notice of Public Hearing
The Oswego Town Fire District will hold a public hearing for it’s proposed 2018 Budget at 7:00 p.m. on October 17th, 2017 at the Oswego Town Fire Station, 640 County Route 20, Oswego, NY 13126
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Town Board Meetings and Workshops Calendar 2017
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Oswego Town Highway Department Completes Paving For 2017
Oswego Town Highway Superintendent David Sterio has announced that paving work in the Town of Oswego has been completed for the season. 
Furniss Station Rd and Regan Drive have been re-surfaced using a “Micro-Pave”, instead of the more common #7 asphalt.  
“For as long as we remember, the Town has been applying the same type of asphalt on our roads.  Due to the high cost, we usually pave one mile per year, and use ‘stone and oil’ on the other couple miles.”  
According to Sterio, the Town of Oswego paved almost three miles of road surface this year, while spending less than previous years.  
The Town of Oswego has used crews from the County for almost a decade, and utilized other private contractors before that.  
“For a town of our size, spending 400 thousand dollars on a paver to use it for one week just doesn’t make sense, Sterio said.  “That’s why towns and villages within the County use outside contractors.”  
“While the contractor’s are paving the roads, our Oswego Town Highway employees are able to continue to clean ditches and culverts, mow the roadside, and pick up residential brush and weeds,” he added. “This year, due to the rain, our contractor worked overtime, including Saturday to finish the work.  
“Since the work was contracted, the town didn’t have to pay for overtime as if our own crews were doing the work.  That cost was absorbed by the contractor, and we were able to complete the projects without going over budget.”
OSWEGO TOWN RESIDENTS:
If you have experienced any home or property damage from high lake levels, including damaged heating or plumbing systems in your basement, please call me at the Highway Garage. Federal officials are in the area doing a damage assessment. We would like to include this information in a report to determine if Federal assistance can be obtained for both residential and commercial properties. I can be reached at 315-343-0937.
David Sterio
Highway superintendent
County/Town Tax Information
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  2017 Final Assessment Roll
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2017 Adopted Budget
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Public Notice -Tax Levy Limit Override Local Law for 2017
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Permanent Restriction of Public Access to Onondaga County Private-Access Roadway Effective Monday, July 18, 2016
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*NEW* QUICKPAY for Public Clerk Payments
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Study of the State of Communications in New York
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Interested in a FREE Smoke Detector or Blue Address Sign?
Smoke Detectors Includes FREE Installation • Blue Address Sign $10 (installed)
www.otvfd.com • FD Phone - (315) 343-2030
Office Hours
Supervisor:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday,
9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.,
Wednesday, 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Assessors:
Tuesday, Wednesday,
10 a.m. – 3 p.m.,
and by appointment
Town Clerk:
M-Th - 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Code Enforcement:
Wed 9-11, Thurs 12:30-2:30
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Town Board Meetings will be held at the Town Hall, 2320 Co. Rt. 7 the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 6:00 p.m.
Town Supervisor - (315) 343-2424
Town Clerk - (315) 343-2586
Town Assessor - (315) 343-1871
Town Code Enforcement - (315) 343-0485
Town Highway Department - (315) 343-0937
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