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.
Notice regarding Regular Town Board Meeting October 14th with Public Hearing
The Town of Ticonderoga will be holding three Public Hearings on October 14th during the 6:00pm Regular Town Board Meeting.
- regarding a proposed Local Law regulating sewer, sewer usage annd septic systems
- regarding the matter of the Joint Increase and Improvement of the Facilities of Sewer Districts Nos. 2 through 11, in the Town of Ticonderoga
- regarding the introduction of the proposed Local Law requesting that the Cannabis Control Board of the State of New York prohibit the establishment of retail dispensary licenses and on-site consumption licenses in the Town of Ticonderoga
The town board meetings are now re-opened to the public and will be streamed live. For those residents wishing to participate in the public hearing, you may connect through the Town’s GoToMeeting platform to have the opportunity to be offer your statement or comment during the Public Hearing portion.
Nurturing Parenting Together
A 10 Week Parent-Child Education Class that meets every Wednesday beginning September 1st from 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM at the ACAP Office (7572 Court Street Suite 2, Elizabethtown, NY)
Nurturing Parenting is a philosophy that supports children being raised in a caring home that nourishes their self-worth, promotes their sense of personal empowerment and cooperation, makes appropriate developmental expectations of them, teaches children that compassion is a family moral and value and generally treats children, and everyone else for that matter, in respectful, non-violent, dignified ways.
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Federal & State Resources
County & Local Resources
- Essex County Government Website
- Essex County Health Department to view Daily Updates
- Essex County COVID-19 Testing Locations Updated
- NYS Travel Guidelines New Posting
- Ticonderoga Chamber of Commerce – Business Updates
- Industrial Development Agency
- United Way Community Resources Listing
- OneWorkSource Regional Youth Training & Education Program New Posting
- Cornell Cooperative Extension Supporting Health Families Program New Posting
Quick Fact Sheets
- Frequently Asked Questions about COVID-19 (ECHD)
- What You Need To Know About COVID-19 (CDC)
- What To Do If You Become Sick With COVID-19 (CDC)
- 5 Steps to Be Better Prepared (NYS DoH)
- 15 Days to Slow the Spread (The White House)
Materials for Coping with Social Isolation
- The Community Building is now OPEN to visitors from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM beginning April 5th
- Black Watch Memorial Library is OPEN
- Ti Senior Bus is operating normal hours
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