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Annual Water Report 2019

Due to the Coronavirus Pandemic and the State of Emergency in NYS and Montgomery County, our Village Office will be operating on limited hours until April 1, unless the State of Emergency is extended. Residents should communicate by phone or email, all inquiries will be returned within 48 hours. Also, all residents, our office door will remain locked so please use our outdoor dropbox for payments. 

Please use Social Distancing procedures, and wash hands for 20 seconds with soap and warm water as much as possible, and upon returning after being outside of the home. 

The Governor has ordered all bars, restaurants and gyms to close as of 8pm tonight. Some restaurants will remain open for take out and curbside delivery. 

If you have symptoms of the virus, including sore throat, fever and cough, please contact your Health Care Provider as to how to proceed. Do not walk into an ER, Urgent Care or Dr.s office without calling first

Remember to be kind and patient to others during this difficult time, we are all in this together!


March 15, 2020                                                                                                                 

CONTACT: Morgan McClary

( 518-853-5010



Montgomery County Taking Steps to Protect Public from Coronavirus/COVID-19

FONDA— In light of the increase in confirmed cases of Coronavirus/COVID-19 in New York State, Montgomery County Executive Matthew L. Ossenfort has declared a State of Emergency for Montgomery County effective at 1 p.m. today.


The State of Emergency is issued pursuant to Section 24 of New York State Executive Law and is enforceable by local, county and state law enforcement agencies. The State of Emergency will remain in effect through March 31.  

All Montgomery County office buildings are closed to the public and only essential employees are to report to work. The County Executive has been working in conjunction with Montgomery County’s Director of Public Health Sara Boerenko and they have consulted with school superintendents throughout the county and made the recommendation to close all public and private schools for the next two weeks.
“Our team in Montgomery County is working together to ensure that we are prepared for this emerging health situation and I am choosing to use caution to keep our residents safe by declaring this State of Emergency,” Ossenfort said.      

Boerenko said, “Please note that at this time, we still have presumptive cases of COVID-19 that need to be sent to the CDC for confirmatory testing. With that being said, after much advisement, discussion and research, I have made a decision to proceed with extreme caution to protect those in Montgomery County from being placed in situations that could cause unnecessary exposure for most of our vulnerable populations.”

“During this time, I want to remind people that while schools will be closed, we want to limit and restrict movements,” Boerenko said. “The fastest way this disease is spreading is close and prolonged contact. I ask that we limit social gatherings, outings and continue to use good hand hygiene to protect ourselves from increased exposure.”
County Executive Ossenfort is declaring the following:

Closing all Montgomery County Offices to staff and the public through March 31, only essential employees are to report to work
·         Suspending all large social and community gatherings, including County-sponsored events, to allow adequate social distancing, effective March 15
·         Suspending all visitation at Montgomery County Jail, effective March 15
·         Suspending all Civil Service Exams through March 31
·         Recommending the suspension of all classroom and extracurricular functions for 14 days, including extra-curricular activities, effective March 15. Schools may remain open to administration, staff, and staff functions. This order does not include private daycare facilities, Head Start or other daycare programs, unless there is a direct need based on school facility logistics.

Montgomery County Public Health would like to remind the public to not go directly to the doctor’s office, an emergency room or other healthcare facilities. These simple steps will help prevent the spread of the virus and protect you and your loved ones.
If you are a resident and have recently traveled outside the U.S. and have questions regarding COVID-19, please contact the Montgomery Public Health at 518-853-3531.

For general questions, residents may also contact the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) 2019 Novel Coronavirus hotline at 1-888-364-3065 to speak with a NYSDOH expert who will answer questions. This is open 24 hours a day.

Village Meeting Schedule:                     

September 21 6PM

October 19 6PM

November 16 6PM

December 21 6PM   


Linda Petterson-Law      Timothy Morford      Linda Denton      Stephen Helmin        Jolene Hornbeck

      Mayor                       Deputy Mayor          Trustee                 Trustee                         Trustee

Ron Kasza - DPW Supervisor - 518-332-8136
Jerry Krizan - DPW Worker
Jason Dufel - DPW Worker
Don Smith - Water Supervisor - 518-853-8801
Chris Snell - Water Dept - 518-853-8801
James Castrucci - Code and Dog Enforcement - 518-332-4999
Vickie Romano - Village Clerk- 518-853-3815

Tina Sweet - Treasurer - 518-853-3815

Calender Of Events

Local Government
  • Linda Petterson-Law


  • Tim Morford

    Deputy Mayor

  • Linda Denton


  • Steve Helmin


  • Jolene Hornbeck


Zoning & Codes

The code and zoning section is under the Code Enforcement Officer. Grant Egelston a NYS Certified Code Officer takes care of all code and zoning issues. If you would like a building permit you may download one BUILDING PERMIT-FULTONVILLE

You may also download the current Village of Fultonville Zoning Map.

For a detailed list of village codes, please visit eCode360 (opens in new window).

Water & Sewer

The water and sewer bills are sent out quarterly for residential users, commercial users are sent out monthly. You may pay your bill at 10 Erie Street by dropping your payment in the secure drop-box near the main door. You may also mail in your payment to PO Box 337, Fultonville, NY 12010. The Fultonville-Water-Quality-Report-2015 is posted here. Any questions you may contact Paul Daley.

Fonda-Fultonville Joint Wastewater Treatment Board

No Chairman at this time.
Term: June 1, 2016 – May 31, 2020
Chad Quackenbush
Term: June 1, 2016 – May 31, 2020
James R. Park, Jr.
Term: June 1, 2016 – May 31, 2018
Linda S. Denton
Term: June 1, 2016 – May 31, 2018

Tax Collection

You may call the Village Offices at 518-853-3815 x 100 for current information including payment history.

As some of you may know, there is new legislation that requires all homeowners receiving the Basic STAR exemption to register with the NYS Tax Department in order to receive the exemption in 2014 and subsequent years. Below is a link to the Tax Department’s STAR registration page.


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