***TOWN HALL CLOSED***:  Dear Citizens of the Town of Chazy:   Due to multiple exposures to COVID-19, we are closing the Town Hall to visitors until further notice. The doors will remain locked, but the employees are working. Any business that can be done via phone, email, or regular postal mail, please do so. There is also a large green locked drop box that can be used to drop off anything. Please see our website at www.townofchazyny.com, to check work hours, phone numbers, and email addresses. For questions regarding all Court matters please call Kristen at 518-846-7544 x1 If an Accessible Parking Permit, Vital Record, or Dog License is needed please call 518-846-7544 x2. Heather will provide you with the necessary information to get this completed. If you need the Assessor, please call Jeremiah at 518-846-7544 x3. He is available on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 9:00am to 3:30pm. If you need a Building Permit or have any question about zoning, please call Chris Matott at 518-846-7544 x4. He is available on Tuesdays from 8:30am to 4:00pm, Wednesdays from 8:30am to 12:00pm, and Thursdays from 1:00pm to 4:00pm. If you have any other questions or concerns you can contact the Secretary to the Town Board, Charlene Sample, at 518-846-7544 x5. If there is an emergency, and you are unable to reach the above contacts, please call William Arthur, Chazy Town Supervisor, at 518-593-0366. Thank you for your understanding in this matter and please feel free to contact myself or the Town offices with any questions or concerns that you may have. Please be safe and take all precautions to keep our community healthy.   Sincerely, William Arthur Chazy Town Supervisor  


Town of Chazy

Welcome to Town of Chazy!

The Town of Chazy was created in 1804. Chazy consists of three hamlets: Chazy, West Chazy, and Sciota. We are located only six miles from the Canadian Border in Upstate New York. We are only twenty minutes North of Plattsburgh, one hour south of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and one hour west of Burlington, Vermont. Chazy is a rural community consisting of approximately 4200 residents. We are largely an agricultural community and are fortunate to be nestled closely to beautiful Lake Champlain.

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