The Village of Clinton was settled in 1787 and is 230 years old.
Welcome to Clinton
Mayor - John A. Lane
Trustee/Deputy Mayor - John L. Crossley
Trustee - Thomas P. Firsching
Trustee - Carrie B. Evans
Trustee - Benjamin J. Fehlner
Clerk/Treasurer - Rozanne D'Acunto
Deputy Clerk/Treasurer (Tax/Water/Sewer Collector) - Marc R. Goldberg
2016 Annual Water Quality Report
April 19, 2017
March 21, 2017
Village elections took place on March 21, 2017 from Noon to 9:00pm at Lumbard Hall. Congratulations to Mayor Lane and Trustee Crossley who were re-elected.
Congratulations to Benjamin Fehlner who was elected for his first term.
Garbage & Recyclables Hauler
March 06, 2017
The Village of Clinton Board extended Scully Refuse Service Contract for another year 2017-2018.
Village of Clinton Budgets
May 06, 2016
Village Property Tax Bills
May 06, 2016
The 2016-2017 Village Property Tax Bills will be mailed out to Village property homeowners approximately June 1, 2016.
2016-2017 Tax Rate is $7.92 which is an increase of $.05 per $1,000.
2015-2016 Tax Rate was $7.87.
Payments will be accepted throughout the month of June 2016 without a late fee.
Please refer to your tax bill for where and when to pay. If you have any questions
our contact information is on your tax bill.
2016 Stormwater Annual Report
April 08, 2016
2014 Five Year Estimate Profiles for Oneida County Municipalities
January 15, 2016
Village Board Meetings
January 01, 2015
Village Board Meetings are at 7:00 PM on the first Monday of each month at Lumbard Hall, 100 North Park Row, Clinton, NY. If a Holiday falls on the first Monday of the month the next Board meeting is usually scheduled for Wednesday that same week. You may want to contact the Village Office to make sure when the next meeting is.
NY State RT. 12B Corridor Study
July 15, 2011
The NYS Route 12B Corridor Study is Final. This Study is available for review at the Village of Clinton's office or the Kirkland Town Library.
February 10, 2011
Building Permit paperwork is available on this Web Site. Please check the Zoning Law (also available on this Web Site) to see if a permit is required. Permits are required for fences, swimming pools and building demolition or removal plus more.