Welcome to the official Town Of Coeymans web site.
The Town of Coeymans, Incorporated in 1673, is located in Southern Albany County in New York State.
This site contains information regarding Town programs and policies, the Town History, and our plans for the future.
The Town Code is available online: Code of the Town of Coeymans
Please take notice of the Public Hearing regarding the Proposed Budget of the Coeymans Fire District taking place at Coeymans Fire House, 67 Church Street, on Tuesday, October 21st, beginning at 7pm.
You can read the full notice below or find it in the Notices section of the Documents menu.
Please take notice of two Public Hearings regarding proposed local laws taking place at Town of Coeymans Town Hall, 18 Russell Avenue, on Tuesday, October 14th, beginning at 6pm. Proposed Local Law #5 at 6pm, Proposed Local Law #6 at 6:30pm.
You can read the full notices below or find them in the Notices section of the Documents menu.
The Town of Coeymans is accepting applications for a full-time Operator 1.
Applicants must possess a valid CDL and have experience with the operation of a single chassis truck and vehicles of equal complexity. Competitive pay, full benefits, pension.
Interested applicants should contact Scott Searles, Highway Superintendent, Town of Coeymans Highway Dept., 1305 SR 143, Coeymans Hollow NY 12046, or call 518-756-2251. General statement of duties can be obtained at the Highway Department. The Town of Coeymans is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Drawing Classes for Adults of All Ages!
At the Senior Projects of Ravena (senior center) 9 Bruno Blvd, Ravena
Every Wednesday* from 10 a.m. to noon
Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting Dates for 2014 were amended on February 10, 2014. Changes are noted below:
Moved to Tuesdays due to holiday
The Albany County Department of Health in cooperation with the Capital District Veterinary Medical Society has arranged a series of Rabies Vaccination Clinics for dogs, cats, and ferrets. All dogs, cats, and ferrets must be on leashes or in carriers.
A record of prior vaccination will be required for a three year immunization-certification. If no record is presented, a one year vaccination certification will be issued.
All clinics are open to any Albany County resident. Any inquiry can be directed to Division of Environmental Health Services (518) 447-4620 or 447-4625.