Town Hall Closes for Labor Day Holiday
Schodack Town Hall Offices and the Highway Department will be closed on Monday, September 1, 2014, Labor Day. Both will resume regular business hours on Tuesday, September 2. However the Transfer Station will resume its regular business hours on Wednesday, September 3, 2014 because, by contract, its personnel have Monday as their usual day-off.
Questions? Call the Office of the Town Clerk at 477-7590, Mon-Fri, 8:30am-4:30pm.
Town Clerk Passport Photo Service
For more information about this or other services, please call the Town Clerk's Office at 477-7590.
Transfer Station: 2014 Transfer Station Rules, Schedule, Spring and Fall Cleanup Days and Closings (Holidays)
PLEASE NOTE: White paper and white cardboard are now treated as a single class by our recycler; similarly, brown paper (including paper grocery bags, brown and grey cardboard and corrugated cardboad should be separated and deposited in the cardboard dumpster NO PLASTIC BAGS MAY BE PLACED WITH RECYLABLES.
Please note: brush and logs accepted ONLY until 30 minutes before closing times.
We can no longer accept REAR PROJECTION TELEVISIONS free of charge because of a change by eWaste: The fee to dispose of Rear Projection Televisions is $ 24.00/12 punches. We still provide FREE collection of all New York State Covered Electronics EXCEPT Rear Projection Televisions and we hope that in the future NYS DEC and manufacturers of the covered electronic equipment will come together to work more closely with recyclers and other stakeholders to develop a more sustainable recycling system.
Schodack has a population of some 12,500. At 63 square miles, it is the largest municipality in the county and is bounded on the north by the towns of East Greenbush and Sand Lake, on the west by the Hudson River, on the east by the Town of Nassau and on the south by Columbia County.
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New, 21 Jan 14:
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Latest Update: 31 Aug 14