Welcome to the Town of New Baltimore!
The Town Hall is located on County Route 51, approximately 1 mile west of Route 9W. The Town Clerk's Office is located at the Town Hall. Certified copies of birth/death certificates, copies of zoning laws and ordinances, hunting and fishing licenses, and dog licenses are available at the Clerk's Office.
The Town Board holds its regular monthly meeting on the 2nd Monday and a work session on the 4th Monday. These meetings begin at 7:00 pm, are held at the Town Hall, and are open to the public.
The Planning Board meets on the second Thursday of the month.
3809 County Route 51
Hannacroix, NY 12087
Phone: (518) 756-6671
Ext. 2: Tax Office
Ext. 4: Town Court
Ext. 5: Town Clerk: Barbara Finke
Deputy Town Clerks: Marjorie Loux, Amanda Eldred, & Sandra Trombley
Ext. 6: Zoning/Planning/Building: Allan Jourdin & Marjorie Loux
Ext. 7: Town Supervisor: Jeff Ruso
Ext. 8: Assessor: Dawn DeRose, Assessor Clerk: Sandra Trombley
Fax: (518) 756-8880
Phone: (518) 756-2078
Fax: (518) 756-3078
Phone: (518) 756-2079
Court Clerk: Lynne Layman-Wallace & Asia Irizarry
Greene County Sheriff
Phone: (518) 756-3300
Town of New Baltimore News
Property Tax Bills Are Now Payable Online
New Baltimore property taxes can now be found and PAID online at https://egov.basgov.com/townofnewbaltimore/
Please note, a convenience fee of 2.5% for credit cards and debit cards is charged by Value Payment Systems for using this service. The minimum card fee is $3.95. We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express credit and debit cards, and eChecks. The fee for eCheck payments is $1.95.
There will be no parking on any town roads,streets, or shoulders beginning November 15, 2022 and continuing until May 15, 2023 to allow for the safe and efficient removal of snow. The Highway Superintendent is authorized by law to have any vehicle in violation of this notice removed at the owners expense. Please lets work together to keep our roads clear and safe this winter.
It is also illegal to plow, blow, or otherwise deposit snow from private driveways onto, into, or across a public road, please refrain from doing this.