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SupervisorFrank E. Thomas518-696-3575 x302Office
Town Council        Nathan Thomas, Deputy     518-696-3092Home
Doreen Ryan               518-696-7226Home
John Thomas             518-696-2354Home
Wayland Baker518-696-4751Home

Attorney to theTownMeyer & Fuller, PLLC518-668-2199Office


Town Justice     Warren F. Law        518-696-3575 x304
518-696-2508 Home

Court Clerk     Darcey Hastings       518-696-4518      Home
  • Town Court: Mondays at 7 p.m. at the Town Hall if cases pending. 
  • Call the Court Clerk for more information.


Town Clerk/Tax Collector        Susan Harrington518-696-3575 x301Office
8:30 am - 12:30 pm518-696-4191Home

Burning Permits:  The town clerk now has DEC Burning Permits available. Check with the clerk on the burning ban schedule and permit information.

Town Clerk may be called at home number for appointments.

Please see the revised dog license application here.  You may download and fill out this form and give to the Town Clerk.


Town AssessorsPeter Lagrasse, Chairman518-696-3575 x305     Office
518-696-2332             Home
Zackery Thomas518-696-3575 x321   Office
John Durham518-696-3575     Office

Office hours normally on Wednesdays.  Call for an appointment otherwise.


Highway Superintendent    Neil Bradley518-696-5868Highway Garage


Transfer Station    Tom Fisher, Attendant518-696-5602Transfer Station

The Transfer Station is open
Friday 9 am - 4 pm
Saturday 9 am - 5 pm
Sunday 9 am - 5 pm
Monday 9 am - 4 pm

Mandatory Recycling in Effect

PER the DEC, Towns cannot burn brush any more.  Therefore, the town cannot accept any brush at the Transfer Station.
The Town Clerk issues Burning Permits and it is legal for individuals to burn brush during certain times of the year.  Please contact the Town Clerk for further information on burning permits.  696-3575 x301

Electronic Waste Accepted.


Dog Control   Maxine Zawartkay, Dog Control Officer518-696-5991

New York State law now requires that all dogs 4 months of age or older are to be licensed and that license be renewed yearly.  The law also requires that the dog's license be firmly attached to the dog's collar and be worn at all times.  Failure to comply with these laws could result in tickets being issued.  The Town of Stony Creek is responsible for issuing dog licenses and collecting fees as of January 1, 2011.


Town HistorianCynthia Cameron518-696-2838


Youth DirectorMarcy Reisinger696-4961

Contact the Youth Director inquire about programs available and to participate in the youth program. Youth Programs also occur at the Stony Creek Free Library on Thursday afternoons.  Contact 696-5911 for updates.