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A New York State Mesonet meteorological station is located on Maple Street in Edwards. The station is an early warning weather detection system and local weather observation station.

This website provides information about and for the Town of Edwards.If you experience a problem with the site, please let the web manager know.

If you do not need a quick response, use the website Contact Form. If you need more immediate action, call us at 315-562-3400 during office hours.

Public Notices
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The Town of Edwards will have a significant increase in construction traffic this coming year. Michels Power, Inc. will have a laydown area behind the town salt barn, so there will be a high traffic flow in and out of the town barn area.  Please be very careful around the playground area as trucks will be going by to the town barn.  

The Town of Edwards highway crew will be working on Grant Street, Goodale Road, Maple Avenue, and River Road. Expect flagman and some temporary closures, except for local traffic.

Your understanding and patience will be greatly appreciated. 

Jan Lennox, Supervisor, Town of Edwards 

James P. Snyder, IAO, Assessor for the Town of Edwards wants you to know the County Data Collector, Lena, will start data collection for the Town of Edwards on June 21. She will be working in the town two days a week.

Edwards Municipal Building is open, but we encourage the use of phone, email, mail & dropbox.

Contact the Town Clerk/Tax Collector:

Phone: 315-562-3400 — Fax:  315-562-2010  

Email: townofedwards@tds.net

Mail:  PO Box 24, Edwards, NY  13635 

Tax collector:  PO Box 126, Edwards, NY 13635

Drop Box:  161 Main Street (gold bar in door.)  

Contact Justice Clerk and Water & Sewer Clerk:

Phone: 315-562-3704 — Fax:  315-562-2010  
Email:   sdl@tds.net
Mail:  PO Box 24, Edwards, NY  13635


Drop box:  161 Main Street (gold bar in door)

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