Welcome to The Town of Lake Luzerne our small family-friendly community.

****ANNOUNCEMENT****

UPDATE: APRIL 3, 2020

THE TOWN OF LAKE LUZERNE TOWN OFFICE BUILDING (TOWN HALL COMPLEX, 539 LAKE AVENUE) WILL BE CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.   THE OFFICES WILL REMAIN STAFFED TO CONTINUE SERVING YOU.  MOST TRANSACTIONS CAN BE COMPLETED THROUGH THE MAIL.  IF YOU ARE PAYING TOWN AND COUNTY TAXES, PLEASE HAVE PAYMENTS POSTMARKED BY MARCH 31ST.  COURT FINES CAN ALSO BE PAID BY MAIL.  THERE IS A DROP BOX ON THE PARKING LOT SIDE OF THE BUILDING ALSO FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE.  FOR ASSISTANCE, PLEASE CALL 518-696-2711 AND LISTEN TO THE MENU OPTIONS.

WATER DEPARTMENT – DUE TO THE CIRCUMSTANCES WITH THE COVID-19 VIRUS THERE IS A FORM THAT YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO FILL OUT AND SUBMIT PRIOR TO YOUR ARRIVAL TO HAVE YOUR WATER TURNED ON.  YOU CAN REQUEST THIS FORM BY EMAIL AT  [email protected]

GARBAGE AND RECYCLING – THE TRANSFER STATION WILL BE OPEN ON WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY, 8:00 AM TO 1:00 PM.  PLEASE BRING SMALL BILLS TO MINIMIZE CONTACT WITH ATTENDANTS.  CURBSIDE GARBAGE PICK UP WILL REMAIN  UNCHANGED.  THE RECYCLING PICK UP WILL RESUME THE REGULAR SCHEDULE AS OF APRIL 1ST. (subject to change)

TRANSFER STATION – FOR CLEAN UP PURPOSES,  THE TRANSFER STATION WILL ACCEPT BRUSH AND LEAVES ONLY, ON TUESDAY AND FRIDAY FROM 8:AM TO 1:00 PM.  (NO garbage or recycling etc. on these two days)

ZONING ENFORCEMENT – KAREN PUTNEY – THE ZONING OFFICER WILL BE IN HER OFFICE TUESDAY AND THURSDAY, 9:00 AM TO 1:00 PM.  CALL 518-696-2711, EXT 4 AND LEAVE A MESSAGE OR EMAIL KAREN AT [email protected]

 

DUE TO THE DIRECTIVE FROM GOVERNOR CUOMO WE ARE NOW WORKING LIMITED HOURS WITH LIMITED STAFF.  IF YOU CALL OUR OFFICES, PLEASE LEAVE YOUR NAME AND  NUMBER CLEARLY AND SOMEONE WILL RETURN YOUR CALL AS SOON AS WE ARE ABLE.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING AND COOPERATION IN THIS EFFORT TO HELP PREVENT THE SPREAD OF COVID-19.

 

*******PLEASE TAKE NOTICE:   EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY*******

THE LAKE LUZERNE SENIOR CENTER AND MEAL SITE ARE CLOSED.  IF YOU ARE A SENIOR 60 YEARS OF AGE OR OVER  IN NEED OF A HOME DELIVERED MEAL, PLEASE  CALL         518-696-2200.  PLEASE LEAVE YOUR NAME AND PHONE NUMBER AND ARRANGEMENT WILL BE MADE TO DELIVER A MEAL TO YOU.

March Meetings:

March 9th – Regular Town Board Meeting

March 11th – Zoning Board Of Appeals Meeting – THERE IS NO MEETING  THIS MONTH

March 25th – Planning Board Meeting – **POSTPONED** PLEASE CHECK BACK FOR UPDATES

All meetings are held at 7:00pm in the meeting room of the Town Hall Complex, 539 Lake Avenue.

 

NOTICE OF ROAD CLOSURE TO TRUCK OPERATORS -Pursuant to Section 1660-subdivision(a) 11 of the New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law, and effective immediately, all town roads shall be posted to exclude any vehicle with a gross weight of six (6) or more tons.  Such exclusion shall remain in effective until further notice or signs are removed by the highway superintendent.  Any violation of this order shall be subject to punishment as provided in Section 1800 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law.

By order of Ron Deuel, Town of Lake Luzerne Highway Superintendent

 

Come to Lake Luzerne to enjoy a confluence of waters. Here, the Hudson River squeezes into a narrow gorge, tumbling over the dramatic Rockwell Falls. Water from the Great Sacandaga Reservoir joins the river in a flurry of white water. Further downstream, the river widens into “The Bay,” a stretch of water broad enough for water skiing. For those who seek quiet water, a chain of four beautiful lakes offer fishing, camping and boating with two public swimming beaches on Lake Luzerne itself. Lake Luzerne has catered to visitors since President Grant came here for rest and recreation after the Civil War. The grand old hotels of that day have given way to modern inns and restaurants while new tennis and basketball courts, miniature golf and three local history museums, along with summer concerts and craft shows, offer a variety of family fun. Two riverside parks flank the downtown area.

Lake Luzerne is the home of a worldwide renowned music camp. In winter, snowmobilers can ride over 200 miles of forest trails. Signs for the “Dude Ranch Trail” hearken back to the days after World War II, when the old logging camps found new life as Dude Ranches. The Rodeo is still going strong after more than 60 years and several stables along Route 9N still offer horseback riding. For more information about the Town of Lake Luzerne, visit the Lake Luzerne Chamber of Commerce or call the Chamber at (518) 696-3500