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If the birth was at the Community Memorial Hospital or the death was recorded at the Village office, you can get a copy from
You can pay uncontested parking violations, utility bills, permits with fees, and tax bills at the Village office during business hours.  Town bills are
Sign up for an account Go to our Utility Bill Portal Click the register link If you are on a desktop computer Click the
Sign up for an account Go to our Utility Bill Portal Click the register link If you are on a desktop computer Click the “Login
In an emergency, call the Madison County Emergency call center by dialing 911. If it is a non-emergency need during business hours, check the
Yes. When a holiday falls on trash pickup Wednesdays or Thursdays, Normal Wednesday pick up will be picked up on Thursday. Normal Thursday pick
The Village is allotted a certain amount of hydropower from the New York State Power Authority. When we exceed our allotment, we must purchase
Information on voter registration is available at the Madison County New York website or you can register at the Madison County Office in Wampsville
The Village office is at 3 Broad Street. If you are traveling from the north at the first traffic light turn left onto Payne
If you have a question regarding electrical service, water, and sewer, gas, garbage pickup, or dog control, call the Village office at (315) 824-1111
Usually, a higher bill is due to increased usage. However, in some instances, there may be another explanation. If you wish to discuss your

Through the support of Senators Chuck Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand in the US Senate and the efforts of Congressman Brandon Williams, who initiated the process in the House of Representatives, the Village of Hamilton has been approved to receive $1M in congressional funding for our Route 12B water infrastructure improvement project. We are so grateful for the support of our political leaders and their understanding of local issues.

When the DOT refurbishes our 12B corridor, the Village anticipates replacing water and sewer pipes that are 100 years old. This is an immense project and this grant will  help lessen the burden on our taxpayers.