Community

Hall Road Culvert Replacement

Hall Road, east of the Chapel Road intersection is currently closed. While this is an inconvenience to all, replacement cannot take place until all public utilities have ‘marked and cleared’ the dig site per Dig Safely NY. This is the law.

The Town is waiting for Frontier Communications to relocate a fiber optic line in the south side of the road, and a copper communication line running parallel to the culvert. Until this work is completed, and Frontier ‘clears’ the dig site, NO WORK can take place at this site.

Frontier Communication has made several trips to this location, planning their work. At this time, the Town has no knowledge of a completion date for Frontier. The Town Board has instructed their Attorney to contact Frontier Communications, stressing the importance of completing their work, so that the culvert can be replaced, and the road reopened.

Any new information will be passed on as we receive it.

Thompson Road Bridge Public Information Meeting

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  Thompson Road Bridge Public Information Meeting.

Oswego Town Hall, June 18, 2019 @ 7:00 pm

Richard Kaulfuss, Supervisor for the Town of Oswego has announced there will be a special public meeting to discuss the bridge on Thompson Road near the Fallbrook Lodge on Tuesday, June 18 at 7:00 pm.  This bridge was closed under a directive from the NYS Department of Transportation in the fall of 2018.  At this meeting, the engineer will be available to give an update on the status of the project. There will be a scheduled period for questions and answers.  If you have any questions before that, please call 315-343-2586.

New Phone Number for Town Hall

We are pleased to announce that effective immediately, the Town Hall, Maintenance Garage and Courthouse now have a new phone system.

The new system allows us to connect calls between sites, forward calls to cell phones and transfer calls internally between offices. And because we operate with mainly part-time staff, the new technology with an automated attendant allows us to be more accessible to you. But please bear with us as we learn the new features. We are still in a learning curve.

As well as a new system, the main number to the Town Hall has changed to 315-343-2586. From this main number you can access the Town Supervisor’s office, the Town Clerk, the Assessor’s office, the Code Enforcement Office and the Courthouse.

Oswego County RABIES CLINICS 2019

• All Rabies Clinics are on Wednesday evenings from 6 to 8pm
• All pets must be at least 3 months of age. Pets receiving their first rabies shot must get a booster within 1 year.
• All pets must be restrained on a leash or in a pet carrier.
• Proof of previous vaccination is required to qualify for a three-year certificate. Accepted forms of proof:
(a) “Certificate of Vaccination” obtained from veterinarian or Oswego County Environmental Division or
(b) “Dog license” showing rabies expiration date.

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