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Welcome to
Town of Croghan

Founded in 1841, The Town of Croghan is named after the famous War of 1812 hero, Colonel George Croghan.  The Town has numerous communities and locations therein including Beaver Falls, Belfort, the Village of Croghan, Indian River, and Naumburg among others. It is home to the International Maple Museum and Hall of Fame, the Oswegatchie Educational Center, and the Railway Historical Society of Northern NY.

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Local Law has been introduced by the Town Board of the
Town of Croghan to establish a Town Wide Six (6) Month Moratorium on all Renewable
Energy Facilities and Battery Energy Storage Systems.
The Local Law prohibits any Enforcement Officer, the Zoning Board of Appeals, or the
Planning Board from processing, reviewing, rendering any determination, granting any
variance, or approval with respect to any Renewable Energy Facilities and Battery Energy
Storage Systems during the duration of the Moratorium.
The Local Law declares that a violation shall be punishable by a fine not exceeding $250
and/or imprisonment for a period not to exceed fifteen (15) days.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a public hearing upon the Local Law will be held at the
Town Offices, 9882 NYS Route 126 Castorland, NY on May 20, 2024, at 6:00 p.m. and that an
opportunity to be heard in regard thereto will then and there be given to all persons.

The regular meeting of the Croghan Town Board will take place immediately following the public hearing.
Dated: May 6, 2024


In the coming weeks, pipe replacement will be taking place in the following locations:

Old State Road / Erie Canal Road Intersection

Mt. Tom Road

Long Pond Road

High Falls Road

Paving will be taking place on the following roads:

Erie Canal Road - From Old State Road to Barker Road.

Texas Road - From State Route 812 to where dirt begins.

Beech Ridge Road - From State Route 126 to Second Road.

Town of Croghan Zoning Law

Taxpayers are responsible for ensuring tax payments are made in time to meet required deadlines.  Failure to do so does not constitute grounds for the waiver of penalties or fees. Taxpayers are also responsible for printing and retaining payment confirmations and receipts.


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