Village Farmer’s Market reopens for season

The Village of Stillwater held its Farmer’s Market reopening on Tuesday, June 2. The market will continue every Tuesday, 3-6 p.m., through October. View a Farmer’s Market Opening Photo Gallery

Village Trustees approve $1.55 million budget for 2020-21

The Stillwater Board of Trustees has unanimously approved a $1.55 million village budget for the 2020-21 fiscal year, which carries no property tax increase from the current year. The village property tax rate will remain at $4.10 per $1,000 of assessed value in 2020-21. The budget vote April 14 followed an online public hearing in …

Village/SACC sponsor curbside Easter dinner for community

The Village Of Stillwater and The Stillwater Area Community Center sponsored a community-wide Curbside Complimentary Easter Dinner to more than 200 home bound residents all done through the appropriate social distancing rules. Thank you to Raylene and Mike Hammond, Justin Macfarlane, Madelyn Bryant, Pete Kolonsky, Sara Kipp and Sheila Callanan for volunteering many hours of …

Resources for businesses impacted by COVID-19

Saratoga Partnership Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information and Resources Webpage has been launched to keep our business community informed of federal, state, and regional tools and resources available. Check out the site by Clicking Here. We also set up a business response email

No cash payments for water bills at Village Clerk’s Office at this time

The Village of Stillwater Clerk’s Office will  not be accepting cash payments for water bills through the month of April. All payments should be mailed to: Stillwater Village Clerk P.O. Box 507 Stillwater, NY 12170 There is also a drop box between the Village Clerk’s Office door for residents who wish to drop off their …

Village Mayor declares state of emergency

Stillwater Village Mayor Judith Wood-Shaw has declared a state of emergency as response to the Coronavirus, COVID-19 national pandemic. Click here to view state of emergency resolution

Village launches redesigned website

After more than a year of planning, designing, writing new content and migrating existing material, the Village of Stillwater has launched a new, redesigned version of its website, While the new site retains the vast amount of information that was available on the old site, the new website boasts a cleaner, more attractive design …

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