Licenses can be obtained from the Town Clerk’s Office at 9631 Route 9. They can also be purchased online or by mail from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. The NYDEC website contains a wealth of information regarding required ID’s, residency requirements and more.
A current Certificate of Rabies Vaccination issued by a licensed veterinarian, application, and payment is necessary to receive your license and tag. Licenses can be issued for one, two, or three years, however, there is no refund of fees for any reason (passing of dog, moving out of the area, etc).
- Gather all required paperwork. (*Dog license application *Certificate of Rabies Vaccination. Check sex field. If it shows neutered, spayed, MN, or FS, no separate Certificate of Neuter or Spay required *Certificate of Neuter or Spay if not indicated on Rabies Certificate *Green enumeration postcard)
- Completely fill out all required documentation
- Email, fax, or use drop box to send all paperwork to the Town Clerk. Green postcard and appropriate payment cannot be sent electronically. For your convenience, a drop box is available 24/7 in the side entrance of the Town Hall.
If there is a loose dog, please contact our Dog Control Officer at (518) 314-9867. Our Dog Control Officer does not pick up wild animals or cats.
Applications can be obtained at the Town Hall or downloaded from our website. If you have any questions, please contact the Code Enforcement Officer.
NYSEG is responsible for replacing burned out street light bulbs in both the Chazy and West Chazy lighting districts, and you can report outages on their website. Please be prepared to provide the location of the streetlight, nearest cross street, and pole number.
If water is leaking on the Town side of a curb shut-off, contact the Town Hall at (518) 846-7544. Water leaks occurring on the residential side of the curb shut-off are the responsibility of the homeowner. The Town will be happy to assist repairs to service lines by shutting off water during repair efforts.
As with water issues, the Town only repairs damage to main sewer lines. Homeowners are responsible for all other sewer issues. The Town will be happy to inspect main sewer lines to help determine the cause of backups.
Yes, this typically occurs twice each year in April and October. Homeowners may temporarily experience discolored water during hydrant flushing. If this occurs, let your water taps run until water is clear.
Interior water leaks can consume a considerable amount of water. A leaking toilet, for example, can consume several hundred gallons of water depending on the severity of the leak. You can dye test your water system to determine if there are any leaks. Leak repairs are the responsibility of the homeowner.