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The Fall Tire Recycling Program will be held on Tuesday, November 3rd from 4:00pm – 5:30pm at the Saratoga Springs Ice Rink (30 Weibel Ave).  You MUST be a Saratoga County resident AND pre-register to participate.  Please see the attached Flyer for more information.

For the health & well-being of the public, staff & volunteers, changes are needed for us to hold this Program:

* Registration will be accepted by mail or email (email is preferred as we can communicate directly).

* Payment must be made in EXACT CASH, no change can be made at the event.

DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION FORM HERE


Town of Stillwater Comprehensive Plan and GEIS Update 2020


Town Operations under this Unprecedented Emergency Pandemic.  

  1. The # 1 priority of all, for the health and safety of you, family, neighbors and our entire community, is to please respect & practice Social Distancing, wear masks as appropriate and practice social hygiene.  We must follow these simple steps to slow the spread of this disease to extend the time necessary to treat, hopefully provide a cure/vaccination and recover.
  2. The Supervisor has published two Executive Orders (EO)s. One Placing our Town in a State of Emergency and the other allowing me and our Board to utilized all our available resources to help combat the effects of this pandemic. The EOs may also provide justification for State and Federal Aide.
  3. The Town Hall is OPEN to walk-ins, but we now have an intercom system in place.   Notice has been placed on our front door, with instructions and phone numbers on the entrance table.  If by chance the front door is locked, we do have an operational doorbell, someone will assist you.
  4. We are one deep in all of our Town Hall Departments.  So, we are following best protocols to provide for daily operations as the priority dictates.
  5. Our Highway employees are back to full operations.
  6. Our Emergency Management Staff is ready to assist as needed.
  7. Our Town Board will still meet on the prescribed Thursday Evenings. We are now airing all Town Board Meetings LIVE on ZOOM. There will be a new link given on our website.
  8. If any of you or your family think you have been compromised by this disease, please call your primary physician or the COVID-19 Hotlines:  NYS:  1-888-364-3065 or Saratoga County Public Health 24 hrs:  518-584-7460

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2 days ago

Town of Stillwater

Stillwater United Church - STUFFED CHICKEN BREAST DINNER - Saturday, October 24th 5p-6:30p until sold out! Pre-orders recommended. Call 518-664-7984 or email (stillwaterunitedchurch.ny@gmail.com) ... See MoreSee Less

Stillwater United Church - STUFFED CHICKEN BREAST DINNER - Saturday, October 24th  5p-6:30p until sold out! Pre-orders recommended. Call 518-664-7984 or email (stillwaterunitedchurch.ny@gmail.com)

3 days ago

Town of Stillwater

Stillwater Area Community Center - Reservations are OPEN NOW! ... See MoreSee Less

Stillwater Area Community Center - Reservations are OPEN NOW!

3 days ago

Town of Stillwater

Toys for Tots Toy Drive
Stillwater Fire Dept
1 School Street
Saturday November 7, 2020
9am - 1pm

Please bring an unwrapped toy
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Toys for Tots Toy Drive
Stillwater Fire Dept
1 School Street
Saturday November 7, 2020
9am - 1pm

Please bring an unwrapped toy

1 week ago

Town of Stillwater

The Stillwater Police Department hosted their annual Domestic Violence Awareness Press Conference earlier this morning. The the event was in timing with October being National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The goal was to shed a light on domestic violence, which has increased significantly in 2020. Donated cell phones were turned over to advocates this morning for distribution to victims that find themselves in violent relationships. These phones become lifelines. Over 6000 cell phones have been collected by the Stillwater Police since 2003.

Officials in attendance included NYS Senator Daphne Jordan, NYS Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner, Saratoga County District Attorney Karen Heggen, Saratoga County Sheriff Michael Zurlo, Town of Stillwater Supervisor Ed Kinowski, Town of Stillwater Councilwoman Ellen Vomacka, Village of Sillwater Deputy Mayor Judy Zeno, Executive Director of Wellspring Maggie Fronk, Executive Director of the Mechanicville Area Community Center Meg Quillinan. Police wish to thank Justin Macfarlane for offering the Stillwater Area Community Center as the venue, as well as Carmine DeCrescente III for providing refreshments.
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The Stillwater Police Department hosted their annual Domestic Violence Awareness Press Conference earlier this morning. The the event was in timing with October being National Domestic Violence Awareness Month. The goal was to shed a light on domestic violence, which has increased significantly in 2020. Donated cell phones were turned over to advocates this morning for distribution to victims that find themselves in violent relationships. These phones become lifelines. Over 6000 cell phones have been collected by the Stillwater Police since 2003. 

Officials in attendance included NYS Senator Daphne Jordan, NYS Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner, Saratoga County District Attorney Karen Heggen, Saratoga County Sheriff Michael Zurlo, Town of Stillwater  Supervisor Ed Kinowski, Town of Stillwater Councilwoman Ellen Vomacka, Village of Sillwater Deputy Mayor Judy Zeno, Executive Director of Wellspring Maggie Fronk, Executive Director of the Mechanicville Area Community Center Meg Quillinan. Police wish to thank Justin Macfarlane for offering the Stillwater Area Community Center as the venue, as well as Carmine DeCrescente III for providing refreshments.
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