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.

There will be no further Workshop Meetings

 

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. 107 after 4 pm on Court nights

Town Highlights

It has come to our attention that the action of the board on August 14, 2019 regarding the $50,000.00 reimbursement was incorrect.  Upon further information, we understand that Resolution #34 was not valid and will be addressed at our next board meeting.

Correspondence regarding NYSEG and RG&E for your information:   Dept of Public Service

Barre Final Assessment Roll 2019

Solar Law 2019

Barre Tentative Roll 2019

We still have Bicentennial t-shirts available for $10.00.  We also still have historical books available for $10.00.  Please see the Town Clerk during normal business hours to make your purchase.

Heritage Wind’s final proposal for wind energy modifications:  Proposed Amendments to Barre Wind Law

Barre Community – Heritage Wind – Survey Results Memo & Summary

“Know your Facts USA” is recording our Town Board meetings as well as informational gatherings and providing the recordings to the town.  For those town residents that are unable to attend a meeting and wish to be informed please click on the link shown here:  http://knowyourfactsusa.org/category/barre-townhall/

Barre Final Roll 2018

Barre Tentative Roll 2018

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.

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