Town Hall

Town Hall hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00am - 4:00pm.

Town Hall is currently closed to the public.  Please call (518)756-6671 (extension numbers are listed) to make an appointment.

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.

Town Hall Use Agreement

Town Board

The Town Board holds regular monthly meetings on the 2nd Monday of the month, and a work session on the 4th Monday of the month. Meetings begin at 7:00 pm, and are held at the Town Hall, and are open to the public.

Find meeting minutes in the Town Documents archive.

Appointed Committees

Planning Board

Established in 1972, the Planning Board consists of seven members with 3 year terms.

The Planning Board holds regular monthly meetings on the second Thursday of the month. Meetings begin at 7:00pm, and are held at the Town Hall.

  pdf Map of New Baltimore (253 KB)

Members:

  • Rob VanEtten, Chair (12-31-23)
  • Robert Court (12-31-23)
  • Ken Finke (12-31-23)
  • Frank Orlando (12-31-21)
  • Lee Salisbury (12-31-22)
  • Michelle Stefanik (12-31-22)
  • Ann Marie Vadney (12-31-22)
  • Marjorie B. Loux, Clerk

Complaints

  • Complaint Policy for Planning & Zoning
  • Complaint Form

Find meeting minutes in the Town Documents archive.

The Zoning Board of Appeals

Established in 1977, the Zoning Board of Appeals consists of five members with 5 year terms.

The Zoning Board of Appeals holds monthly meetings on the first Wednesday of the month, if applications come before the board.

Members:

  • Pat Linger,Chair (12-31-23)
  • Craig Albano (12-31-24)
  • Jeff Carlson (12-31-21)
  • Brad Jourdin  (12-31-25)
  • Denise Taber (12-31-22)
  • Marjorie B. Loux, Clerk

Complaints

  • Complaint Policy for Planning & Zoning
  • Complaint Form - ADD LINK

Find meeting minutes in the Town Documents archive.

Board of Assessment Review

All property owners who are required to pay property taxes are eligible for a review of their property assessment fro the Board of Assessment Review (BAR). After the filing of the tentative tax roll on May 1, it is recommended that you first discuss any questions regarding your assessment with the Assessor. If you are still dissatisfied, you have the right to file a formal complaint with your Board of Assessment Review by the filing deadline. All grievances before the Board of Assessment Review are by appointment only. Grievance Day is usually set for the 4th Tuesday in May.

Members:

  • Donna Degnen 9/30/24
  • Beth Finke 9/30/23
  • Bernie Jones 9/30/22
  • Lynn Taylor 9/30/21
  • Faye VanDyke 9/30/25

For further information on how your assessments visit: New York State Board of Real Property Services www.orps.state.ny.us