Supervisor - Charles R Gibbs II
Town Councilman - William Copperwheat Jr.
Town Councilman - Kevin R Barry Jr.
Town Councilman - Michael Ciancaglini
Town Councilman - Joseph A Cirasuolo
Town Hall Mural
Please allow us to introduce you to our town……the place where we proudly live, work and play.
Hugh White, a veteran of the American Revolution, founded the Town of Whitestown in March of 1788. Whitestown is located in the Mohawk River Valley northwest of and adjacent to the City of Utica.
The Town covers 28.1 square miles in Oneida County and includes the Villages of Whitesboro, Oriskany, Yorkville and part of New York Mills. The New York State Thruway passes through the Town east-west along with New York State Route 69. The Barge Canal passes close by. Conrail provides rail service. The population, according to the 2000 US Census, is 18,635.
The Town is primarily residential in nature with the residents commuting to work in the Villages and in the nearby Cities of Utica and Rome. Utilities include National Grid Corporation, for electricity and natural gas as well as Verizon for telephone service. Cable television service is provided by Timewarner. The Town provides Water Districts, Sewer Districts, Fire Districts and Lighting Districts. Fire protection is provided by the four Village Fire Departments. Police protection includes the four Village Police Departments, the Town Police Department, the County Sheriff and the New York State Police. Banking facilities located within the Town boundaries include Bank of America, 1st Niagara, M & T Bank, Citizens Bank, NBT and Adirondack Bank as well as several credit unions. Recreational facilities within the Town include the Whitestown Community Center, Ice Arena, Town Park, Town Playgrounds, Village Playgrounds, and Village Parks. Whitestown has five privately owned public golf courses. We also are home to the Utica Curling Club and the New York State Office of Homeland Security Preparedness Training Facility.
Public educational facilities are provided primarily by the Whitesboro School District including a high school, junior high school and four elementary buildings. Smaller sections of the Town are served by the Oriskany Central School District, Westmoreland Central School District, and the New York Mills Union Free School District. Higher educational opportunities are available through Mohawk Community College, Utica College (a division of Syracuse University), SUNY Institute of Technology of Utica/Rome, and Hamilton College. Library facilities are provided within the Town through the Dunham Public Library, New York Mills Public Library and the Oriskany Public Library.
Planning Board Meeting Cancelled
May 16, 2013
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Whitestown Planning Board, Oneida County, New York, has cancelled the
Planning Board Secretary
Summer Youth Program Announced
May 09, 2013
WHITESTOWN SUMMER PROGRAM 2013 at DUNHAM MANOR PLAYGROUND
Town of Whitestown will offer a five week summer program from July 8 - August
Drop off between 8:45am and 9:00am and pick up no later then 1:15pm at Dunham
Whitestown Residents - $15 per child per week,
Refundable only if more then two days are canceled due to weather.
** Proof of Residency and copy of birth certificate needed at registration.
May 28th and June 6th 6:00pm - 8:00pm at the Whitestown Community Center.
After June 6th registrations can be mailed to:
Whitestown Community Center
1 Championship Way
Whitesboro, NY 13492
Cash or checks payable to Town of Whitestown
***PLEASE NOTE THAT THE WHITESTOWN STAFF IS NOT A DAY CARE OR BABY SITTING
Oneida County Announces Rabies Clinics
April 24, 2013
2013 Rabies Clinics -- Sponsored by Oneida County Health Department.
Remaining Clinics for this year:
May 15, 6 -8 PM Clark Mills Firehouse
May 21, 6:15-8PM Willowvale Firehouse
May 22, 6-8 PM Back to Basics, Route 28, Forestport
June 19, 6-8 PM Boonville Fairgrounds
July 16, 6-8 PM Rome City Hall
July 29, 5 - 7 PM Annsville Highway Garage
August 26, 5-7 PM Vienna Highway Garage
ALL CAST, DOGS AND FERRETS 3 MONTHS OR OLDER MUST HAVE A CURRENT RABIES VACCINATION, EVEN IF THEY STAY INDOORS.
Dogs and Cats need to be vaccinated at 3 Months Old, 1 Year and then once every 3 Years.
PETS WILL RECEIVE A 1 YEAR CERTIFICATION IF NO PRIOR PROOF OF RABIES IS SHOWN.
Ferrets must be vaccinated every year.
Dogs need to be on a leash, and cats need to be in a carrier, laundry basket or pillowcase.
NO EXAMS WILL BE GIVEN.
A $10 DONATION PER PET IS ASKED TO HELP WITH COSTS. FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 798-5064.
NYM Fire Department Pubic Safety Open House
April 09, 2013
The New York Mills Fire Department will hold a Publid Safety Open House on April 28 from 1 - 4 PM at the Fire House on Main Street in New York Mills. The event will consist of tours of the fire station, picture ops for you and your family on a fire truck, life safety information, EMS information, blood pressure testing, recruitment information and other community services. Free balloons for children and there will be the NYS Mason's CHILDid Program available. The Police Department will also be present to conduct Child Safety Seat Education and instruction on security gun locks. The public is welcome to attend a part of a day in the life of a New York Mills Firefighter and their open house on April 28 from 1-4 PM.
Dog Control Officer Position Available
April 05, 2013
Applicants interested in serving the Town as the Dog Control Officer are asked to submit a letter of interest and resume to the Personnel Office, Attention: Nancy Hartman, 8539 Clark Mills Rd, Whitesboro NY or to email@example.com no later than noon on April 17. The duties will be handled as an independent contractor. The appointee will enter into an agreement with the Town to provide all necessary services. Through the Town Contract the Town Dog Control Officer serves the villages within the Town as well as the portion outside the Villages.
Town Telephone Directory
Receiver of Taxes
Parks & Recreation
Codes Enforcement Officer
Whitestown Police Department
736-1100 - Non Emergency Number
Finance & Personnel
Dog Control Officer
736-1251 or 736-0564
Business Phone 768-6047
Skate Phone 768-6047
Senior Citizen Dir 736-1585
Zoning Board of Appeals