Welcome to the Town of Wawayanda. Our Town is located in Orange County NY, with a population of 7,266 as recorded by the 2010 census. The Town is in the western part of the county, south of Middletown. The Town of Wawayanda was established in 1849 from the Town of Minisink. It had been first settled after the American Revolution.
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TOWN OF WAWAYANDA
LOCAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Local Development Corporation will be holding a Meeting at 4:00 P.M. on Monday, October 5, 2015 at the Town Hall,
80 Ridgebury Hill Road, Slate Hill, NY. The purpose of this meeting is to approve the minutes of the last meeting and address any other business that may come before the Board.
The Town of Wawayanda will make every effort to assure that the meeting is accessible to persons with disabilities. Anyone requiring special assistance and/or
reasonable accommodations should contact the Town Clerk.
Dated: September 30, 2015
Mark Specthrie - Secretary
Town of Wawayanda
Local Development Corporation
The pre-filing reports are public documents, available for download on the company's website at http://www.millenniumpipeline.com/valley_lateral_project.html
A paper copy is also available for review at the Wawayanda Town Hall.
The Assessors Office is in the process of updating our records to ensure current inventory of all properties.
The Assessor and Data Collector will be taking exterior photos for the next several months.
If anyone has any concerns please contact the Assessor's Office at 845-355-5700, Option 9
Effective on October 14, 2009, all open burning is prohibited in New York with several exceptions including the following:
In towns with a total population less than 20,000, you may burn tree limbs with attached leaves. The limbs must be less than 6 inches in diameter and 8 feet in length (also referred to as brush). However, this is not allowed from March 16 through May 14 due to the increased risk of wildfires.