The Town of Ticonderoga is located at the confluence of Lake George and Lake Champlain in the southeastern corner of Essex County, New York. Ticonderoga is entirely located within the Adirondack Park and nearly one-third of its land area is part of the State Forest Preserve.
A year-round community of approximately 5,200 residents with summer residents increasing the population substantially during the summer and fall months, Ticonderoga is a destination for tourists who love the lakes, mountains, historic landmarks, and a rich education in 18th century history. Ticonderoga’s significant military role in our nation’s early history remains a vital component of the community, with the Fort Ticonderoga historic landmark drawing around 100,000 visitors annually.
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The Death of Lord Howe DVD is now on sale in the Town Clerk’s Office for $5.00
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Community Clean-Up Week 2017
Community Clean-Up Week is scheduled for May 8-14, 2017. For three (3) days
only, during this clean-up week, the Town of Ticonderoga will open its Transfer
Station to Ticonderoga residents only to dispose of household items for FREE.
Exceptions include hazardous waste, or items containing hazardous waste, tires,
food waste, brush, C&D, shingles and electronics. Other Restrictions May Apply.
The dates for free disposal are Tuesday, May 9th, Wednesday, May 10th, and
Thursday, May 11th from 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Proof of residency will be
required. Curbside pick-up will be available to seniors 65 years-of-age or
older and qualified disabled residents only. Contact Sal at (518) 585-7317
to sign-up for this service.
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Essex County EMS Survey
Click Here to review the survey.
Click the “About the Study” tab to learn more …
… about the county’s development of an EMS Strategic Plan.
Click the “Documents” tab to review …
… the Essex County EMS Strategic Plan – Technical Proposal
Finally, click the “Get Involved” tab to provide …
… your comments on the proposal.