Town of Barre, NY

Located in Orleans County, the Town of Barre lies midway between Buffalo and Rochester. Since its founding in 1818, small-town country living has thrived in Barre, New York. Fruits, vegetables, corn, wheat, and soybeans drive a major portion of our local economy.

Town of Barre Offices

Town Hall & Administrative Offices

14317 West Barre Road
Albion, NY 14411
Phone 585-589-5100
Fax 585-589-2510

 

General Board Meetings

2nd Wednesday of every month @ 7 pm.

Workshop Meeting

1st Wednesday of every month @ 7 pm

Planning Board Meeting

2nd Monday of every month @ 6:30 pm

Zoning Board Meeting

Meets as needed

Court Sessions

The 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Thursday of the month at 6 pm
For additional information
Call 585-589-5100 ext. 14 after 4 pm on Court nights

Town Highlights

The Town of Barre is 200 years old!!!  Come and celebrate with us at the Bicentennial Festival June 29th to June 30th at the Barre Town Park on Route 98.  Friday hours will be from 2 – 9 pm and Saturday 12 – 10 pm following the parade at 11 am.   The parade route will be from East Barre Road north to the Town Park.  There will be games, dances, music,  and food both days.   There will be fireworks on Saturday.  In addition the Town Hall,  Fire Hall, Barre Center Church, West Barre Church, Pine Hill School House and the Pine Hill Airport will also be open for tours.  Barre Center Presbyterian Church will be hosting a chicken barbecue on Saturday starting at 2 pm.  Tickets are pre-sale only and are available at the Barre Deli and the Town Hall.  West Barre Church will be hosting a quilt show.   Updates will occur on the Bicentennial Facebook page.

Water District 8 residents are now able to hook up to the water.  The home owner may come in to the Town Clerk to sign up and obtain their water meter.

The Town Board will be holding a public hearing on June 6th at 6 pm on two temporary meteorological towers, one located on Angevine Road and the second on Root Road.

Barre Tentative Roll 2018

The Town of Barre has received a check in the amount of $154,000.00 from the State of New York through the efforts of Senator Robert Ortt. The money helps to offset the cost of the Town’s newest snowplow truck which exceeded $200.000.

Barre Final Assessment Roll 2017

Niagara and Orleans counties to receive 95% broadband coverage Read more…

– Getting neighbors together makes solar power easier to install, and more affordable than ever. Read more about “Solarize Orleans”.

– For those desiring genealogical information, please contact Hollis Canham of the County Genealogical Society. The Town Historian does not have such information.

– Adrienne Daniels, town historian, is looking for residents of Barre who are interested in compiling data from the town’s past. A publication of the History of Barre will be compiled for the Town’s bicentennial in 2018. Contributions will be greatly appreciated. If you have old photos, newspaper articles, family history or any memorabilia connected with the Town that you would like to share or display, please contact Adrienne at 585-589-5100 ext 1 during regular office hours.

 

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