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2 weeks ago
Town of Stillwater

Saratoga County Public Health Services and CDPHP will be offering the Johnson & Johnson COVID19 vaccine to anyone 18 years and older on Thursday, July 15th, from 10:30 am-12:30 pm at the Mechanicville Area Community Center at 6 S Main Street in Mechanicville. No appointment is necessary and there is no charge for the vaccination. All interested persons will be vaccinated regardless of insurance status. Insurance cards are not needed. ... See MoreSee Less

3 weeks ago
Town of Stillwater

How to Stay Safe on the Water
Saratoga Lake July 1- The Saratoga County Sheriff’s Dept. urged boaters to do the following three things to stays safe:
1. Boat Sober. Alcohol use is the leading cause of boating accidents.
2. Wear a life jacket and make sure there are enough jackets for everyone on board the boat. 86% of the people who drowned in boating accidents were not wearing a life jacket.
3. Take a boater safety course. 70% of fatalities in boating accidents involved boaters who had not taken a boater safety course. The course can be taken on line.
Stillwater Police Sgt. Ray Cordani urged everyone to enjoy Saratoga Lake. He cautioned that boaters who drink , have a designated sober boat operator.
Carmine DeCrescente of DeCrescente Distributing reinforced that message. Carmine said that he boats with his family on Saratoga Lake and “I have seen some crazy things out there.” He announced that DeCrescente Distributing will give any sober boater or designated driver free nonalcoholic beverages. These will be available at the marina at Brown’s Beach.
Amber Danaher of the Saratoga Prevention Council joined with the Saratoga County Sheriffs Dept. She said that the use of alcohol and legal or illegal drugs will impair reaction time.
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How to Stay Safe on the Water
Saratoga Lake July 1-  The Saratoga County Sheriff’s Dept. urged boaters to do the following three things to stays safe: 
1. Boat Sober. Alcohol use is the leading cause of boating accidents.
2. Wear a life jacket and make sure there are enough jackets for everyone on board the boat. 86% of the people who drowned in boating accidents were not wearing a life jacket.
3. Take a boater safety course. 70% of fatalities in boating accidents involved boaters who had not taken a boater safety course. The course can be taken on line.
Stillwater Police Sgt. Ray Cordani urged everyone to enjoy Saratoga Lake. He cautioned that boaters who drink , have a designated sober boat operator.
Carmine DeCrescente of DeCrescente Distributing reinforced that message.  Carmine said that he boats with his family on Saratoga Lake and “I have seen some crazy things out there.” He announced that DeCrescente Distributing will give any sober boater or designated driver free nonalcoholic beverages. These will be available at the marina at Brown’s Beach.
Amber Danaher of the Saratoga Prevention Council joined with the Saratoga County Sheriffs Dept. She said that the use of alcohol and legal or illegal drugs will impair reaction time.Image attachment
3 weeks ago
Town of Stillwater

The town has decided to DELAY our Annual Browns Beach July 4th Fireworks Celebration due to weather. They are rescheduled for MONDAY July 5th! Parking rules will remain for that day ONLY. $5 per car. Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less

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Are the fireworks definitely happening tonight?? I don’t want to drive for an hour for nothing:(

Yay!!! Works out perfect for my trip! Just saw online it was on the 3rd and hoped it would be on the 4th or 5th and look at that!!

Amie Strait

Michael Missenis DC

Brian Ellis

any idea what time?

If driver’s do not obtain a parking space, is there a place or location to watch the fireworks from a distance?

Wish it woulda been Sunday instead of Monday. Oh well

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1 month ago
Town of Stillwater

TOWN HALL Will be CLOSED for Primary Day Tuesday, June 22 2021. GET OUT and VOTE!!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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