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
Food For Thought 2013
The program offers activities that require children participation, socialization, sharing and interacting. This includes but is not limited to arts and crafts, playground time, basic outdoor activities, reading program, games, puzzles and blocks. The RCS Community Library visits the program three days a week and provides stories, activities and book borrowing. This allows children who may not participate in summer reading to do so and allows children who cannot visit the library a chance for the library to come to them.
Click below for the full story and registration form download.
The Town of Coeymans is seeking applicants for the seasonal position of Recreation Assistant for the summer programs sponsored by the Town.
In accordance with Albany County Civil Service, appliants must have completed the Ninth Grade.
Questions may be directed to the Supervisor's Office, 756-6006. Applications are also available from the Supervisor's Office, Town Hall, 18 Russell Avenue, Ravena, NY. Applications should be returned no later than May 31, 2013.
Notice - Public Hearing
Notice is hereby given, that the Town Board of the Town of Coeymans will conduct a Public Hearing for the purposes of receiving comments on Proposed Local Law #1-13 "Town of Coeymans 2013 Zoning Map Modification Law." The Public Hearing will be held on April 8, 2013 at 6:00pm prior to the Town Board Meeting at 18 Russell Avenue, Ravena, NY.
*Revised* Proposed Zoning Map Modification
A Public Hearing will be held March 11, 2013 regarding proposed Zoning Map modifications.
Rabies Clinic Schedule - 2013
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.