Edwards Town Planning Board 

The Town has Covid home tests, individual hand sanitizer spray bottles, and face masks available to anyone who needs them.

They are available at the Town Hall during open hours.

Town of Edwards
Current Meeting Information

August 10, 2022, 11:00:00 PM

Draft of Minutes

Next scheduled Board Meeting August 10, 7:00pm

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.

Town Clerk/Tax Collector:

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


Town Clerk: PO Box 24, Edwards, NY  13635 

Tax Collector:  PO Box 126, Edwards, NY 13635

Hours: M-T-Th-F  8:30AM - 1:00PM

Water & Sewer Clerk:
Phone: 315-562-3704 - Fax:  315-562-2010  
PO Box 24, Edwards, NY  13635

Office Hours: Monday - Thursday
8:30AM  to 1:30 PM

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

The Town of Edwards Planning Board will hold a meeting on August 3, 2022 at 6:30 PM at the Edwards Town Hall to review three subdivision permits for Arlee Bullock, Charles and Sharon Bullock and Lisa Cicciarelli.  Please submit your concerns in writing to PO Box 24, Edwards, NY or you can leave in drop box at 161 Main Street Edwards prior to the meeting date. - Posted July 18, 2022 -


The Town of Edwards will have a significant increase in construction traffic in 2022.

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. 


Notice: The Town of Edwards' hydrants will be flushed the week of July 18th.

Federal funds are available to help low-income households pay up to $2,500 of past-due water and sewer bills.


The Low Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP) helps low-income households pay the cost of drinking water and wastewater services. The program can assist households who have past due bills (arrears) for drinking water and/or wastewater services. The program is expected to serve roughly 105,000 households statewide, including St. Lawrence County. Find out more...


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