Dear Friends and Neighbors,
As we approach the end of 2018 we can look back with appreciation and gratitude to all of those who work hard every day to provide our community with a safe environment and great quality of life.
Whether from our Highway Department that maintains our parks and plow our roads, our Wastewater Treatment employees, the staff at the Waterford Water Authority, or the Rescue Squad, they all do a fantastic job of making our lives easier and more enjoyable. We are also blessed to have a very dedicated and professional Police Department. These officers have all shown tremendous dedication under difficult circumstances this year. We owe them all a debt of gratitude.
One of Waterford’s greatest assets are the many volunteer firefighters who consistently put themselves in danger to protect us all. Their dedication and sacrifice are appreciated by everyone in our community.
If the opportunity presents itself, please take a moment to acknowledge the hard work and dedication of our Town Employees and Volunteers who do so much for us.
And finally, on behalf of the Town Board and all of the employees of the Town, please accept our most sincere wishes that all of you and your families enjoy a wonderful and safe holiday season. May 2019 bring you all great success, joy and happiness.
Our Hearts and prayers are with our Troops all over the world!
The Town of Waterford is situated in the southeastern corner of Saratoga County, 12 miles north of Albany at the junction of the Hudson and Mohawk Rivers, and the junction of the Erie and Champlain Canals. It is the home of the “Waterford Flight”, the highest set of lift locks in the world.
The 2018 Final Town Tax Assessment Roll has been completed and is available for inspection in the Town Assessor’s Office during regular hours. The information is also available on the County's website.
Scroll down and click on the 2018 Tentative Roll link, and then scroll down and click on the Town of Waterford link and you will have access to the entire Final Roll.
To find a particular property, owner, or address, use the “Find” box. Many residents feel it is important to know the assessments on their properties. If you need help reading the Roll or understanding its abbreviations, the Assessor is usually available to help (call for an appointment: 235-9907).
Using either of these methods can help you decide if your assessment is fair or needs review. If review is your choice, go to www.tax.ny.gov/pdf/publications/orpts/grievancebooklet.pdf or telephone your Assessor.
Make Waterford part of your vacation this year!
Waterford Harbor Visitor Center
One Tugboat Alley
Waterford, New York 12188
Moor along the shores of historic Waterford - 1,000 feet of Linear floating docks and 600 feet of concrete wall available.