HYDRANT FLUSHING, SATURDAY, MAY 21TH starting at 7:00 AM. Take the day off from doing laundry!
CONCERTS IN THE PARK STARTS JUNE 2.
Come Join the fun every Thursday at 6:30 PM weather permitting.
The Village-wide Garage Sale will be held June 4!
The highly anticipated Delanson Village-wide garage sale will return for 2022! Saturday, June 4, 8am – 3pm (some sales will be open Sunday)
If you live outside the Village and want to participate, there are four spots available on Main Street, first come first served. Please call Village Deputy Clerk Sharlene at 518-895-2199 for more information and to reserve your spot.
The Delanson Fire Department will sell breakfast sandwiches, and Barbeque Delights Catering will be at the Firehouse from 2:00-5:00pm.
NO OPEN BURNING IN DELANSON
All open burning is prohibited in the Village from March 16th to May 31st.
Open burning is the single greatest cause of wildfires in New York. Dry conditions and the close proximity of homes in the Village makes open burning extremely dangerous. Smoke from open fires can be overbearing and unhealthy for neighbors, especially those with lung disorders. Please be smart and considerate of your neighbors and the law.
To report an illegal open fire or a nuisance fire, you can call the DEC hotline at 1-844-332-3267 or the local fire department. The fire department has the authority to extinguish or order extinguished any open fire being conducted in violation of any provision of the our local Open Burn Law.
Route 395 (Main Street) to be Resurfaced Starting May 25th.
NYSDOT will begin road work on Route 395 through the Village of Delanson on May 25th. The work will involve milling of the existing road surface and paving of a new one. The limits of work will be from Route 7 to Route 20. It is expected that the project will last approximately 2 weeks, depending upon the weather. Work will be done Monday through Friday, and the hours are planned to be from 7 am until 7 pm.
The roadway will be reduced to one lane, controlled by flaggers to allow alternating one-way traffic. Side roads will also have flaggers to control traffic. The road will be milled completely prior to repaving, so it should be expected to have a milled riding surface temporarily.
Bridge Deck to be Replaced on the Rte 20 Bridge over Schoharie Creek.
The Bridge Deck Replacement of the Rte 20 bridge over the Schoharie Creek is starting on Friday, April 15, 2022. The current Work schedule will be Monday – Friday (7 am to 5 pm) and Saturdays if needed. In order to provide a safe work area, there will be alternating one-way traffic on the bridge controlled by a temporary signal system operating 24 hours per day. Because of the required placement of barriers on the bridge, the setup for the work will also require that the northernmost section of Old Route 30 (Schenectady County Route 157) between Route 30 and Mexico Road be closed during construction; a signed detour will be in place to direct traffic between Old Route 30 and Route 30. Also, Charlston Street will be closed at the intersection of Route 20 during the Stage One configuration; Traffic will also be directed to a posted detour. The anticipated length for Stage One Construction will be to the End of July. Then Stage Two will start. The Detour will be the same but for a change on Charlston Street. Updates of the progress of the work as to when the completion of Stage One will be and the Start of Stage Two with information of the Detours will be upcoming.
Budget for 2022 – 2023
The preliminary budge for 2022-2023 has passed and is available for your review. READ MORE
Free At-Home CoVid Tests
The tests will typically be shipped to households via the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) within 7 to 12 days of ordering them on the website: COVIDTests.gov
You can also get free at-home Covid tests by calling the Village office at 518-895-2199.
Schenectady County Hazard Mitigation Plan
The 2021 Schenectady County Hazard Mitigation Plan update draft is complete and ready for your review. You can view the plan at: (https://schenectady.
Sally Wilber Memorial Trail
Sally Wilber Memorial Trail is open. Members and non-members of the YMCA are welcome to utilize the trail. There is no need to sign in. Open daily from dawn to dusk. If you have any questions, please contact the YMCA at 518-895-9500.
Access to the trail head is at the northeast corner of the building; where there is a sign for the Sally Wilber Trail. From there, follow the turkey tracks to a kiosk that has maps that guide you through just under a one-mile loop, featuring eleven educational stations. This trail does cross over the Normanskill creek so be aware of recent rain fall and possible high water.
The YMCA will monitor the creek and may close the trail if necessary. There is also an entrance to the trail off the sewer treatment plant (WWTF sign) road on Cole Rd.
This is a self-guided trail so please be careful and considerate. If you carry it in, please carry it out with you. The trail is pet friendly; dogs should be on a leash and please come prepared to clean up after them.
The Village Needs You!!
The Delanson Fire Department, the Village Zoning Board and the Duanesburg Volunteer Ambulance Corp (DVAC) all need volunteers!
Please call the Fire Department Chief, Kevin Morrison at 518-657-9273 to discuss becoming a member.
For the Village Planning Board positions, please call the Village office at 518-895-2199.
Please contact DVAC (Duanesburg Volunteer Ambulance Corp) at 518-895-2200 about volunteering.
AND please welcome our neighbor, Dana Mesick, to the team of folks working together for our community!
Thank you to all our land board members for volunteering your time!
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