Public Notices

Town residents are welcome to tour the property that the Town is interested in buying for the new highway garage on Thursday, August 25th at 5:30pm. It is located at 3063 State Highway 23, South Plymouth.

Plymouth Cleanup Day will be held on August 19, 2022.
The dumpsters will be at the Town Garage until August 21. Items that can and cannot be deposited are listed on the attached (PDF). 

The Town of Plymouth has an immediate opening for a Motor Equipment Operator. To qualify, candidates must have a New York State CDL-B or CDL-A with one year of full time paid experience or it's part-time equivalent in the operation of automotive equipment and a good driving record. For applications, contact the Town of Plymouth Clerk's Office at (607) -336-2116. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. EEOE M/F/H/V

City of Norwich Youth Bureau Summer Recreation and Bus Trip Programs 2022 (see PDF)

Water Safari tickets for August 23rd are available by calling Linda Powell-Owens at 607-334-8787. Everyone needs to fill out a registration form and pay the $10.00 for each person attending the trip by August 20th. The actual tickets will be purchased on the day of the trip. Meet Linda at the side of the ticket booth at 10:00am.

Plymouth Farmer's Market will be held on every Tuesday evening from 5:00pm to 7:00 at the Dollar General parking lot. Everyone is welcome. There is no charge to the vendors.

Town of Plymouth Hwy. Facility Property Search and Evaluation (see PDF)

Town of Plymouth Assessor will be in the Plymouth area every Friday morning during the summer and fall. During this time office visits can be arranged by calling 607-334-6253 any time. Email address is
Dick Rifanburg, Assessor

TOWN OF PLYMOUTH DOG OWNERS: Please remember to get your animals vaccinated for Rabies and get them licensed. A simple vaccination can save lives. And New York State Law requires your dogs to be licensed at four months of age. You can license your dog at the Town Clerk's office at 3461 State Hwy. 23, South Plymouth, NY. The cost is $7.50 for dogs that have been spayed or neutered, and $18.00 for unaltered dogs.

HELP US HELP YOU: It is required by law that everyone must post their house number in a prominent place. This could be critical when emergency personnel are trying to locate someone in trouble. Numbers can be obtained at the local hardware stores or some fire departments also offer them.

Foster Park is Open.
Camping is available for $50.00 per night. For further information, call Town Clerk Virginia E. Brown at 607-336-2116 or Councilman Garry James at 607-336-6276.

The Plymouth Town Board is looking for people to help with our Youth Activities Committee. If you are interested in having fun with the Town of Plymouth kids, please contact Grace Nucero-Alger at 334-6799 or 373-7269 or e-mail her at


Monkeypox Outbreak Declared Global Emergency
On July 23, 2022, The World Health Organization declared the international monkeypox outbreak a global emergency. WHO officials said the global risk of monkeypox is moderate, but that it is high in certain parts of Europe, where most of the infections have been recorded. New York State Department of Health continues to monitor the current monkeypox outbreak.

The Chenango County Department of Public Health is prepared to handle the situation should a case of monkeypox occur locally, including access to the vaccine. Anyone who has had close physical contact with someone who has symptoms of monkeypox or has traveled to a country with confirmed cases of monkeypox or where monkeypox is endemic, is at risk for infection. We would like to remind people not to report to work if they are exhibiting signs or symptoms of monkeypox and to call your health care provider.
The signs and symptoms of monkeypox can vary, but include:

  • Fever
  • Headache
  • Muscle aches and backache
  • Exhaustion
  • Swollen lymph nodes
  • Chills
  • Vesicular/pustular rash that appears on the face, inside the mouth, and on other body parts, like the hands, feet, chest, or genitals.

Person-to-person transmission of monkeypox occurs through:

  • Direct contact with the infectious rash, scabs, or body fluids
  • Respiratory secretions during prolonged, face-to-face contact, or during intimate physical contact, such as kissing, cuddling, or sex
  • Touching items (such as clothing or linens) that previously touched the infectious rash or body fluids
  • Pregnant people can spread the virus to their fetus through the placenta
  • Contact with infected animals, either by being scratched or bitten by the animal or by preparing or eating meat or using products from an infected animal.

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Persons with questions or requiring additional information may contact the Chenango County Health Department at (607) 337-1660.

Town of Plymouth Board Meets the second Monday of every month at 6:30 p.m.

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