Welcome to Lake Luzerne, NY:our small, charming community!


Date: Thursday, August 11th, 2022 (7:00 PM)



Date: Monday, August 15th, 2022 (7:00 PM)



Date: Wednesday, August 24th, 2022 (7:00 PM)



Date: Monday, August 29th, 2022 (7:00 PM)




Rescheduled Date: Thursday, September 1st, 2022 (7:00 PM)


Agendas can be found on the respective group’s section of the town’s website as they are made available.


Meetings are once again open to the public and also available via Zoom Code: 902 687 9764. To access the meetings on Zoom, click here to visit www.zoom.us in order to create a free account and download the Zoom Client app. Once you have downloaded the app, please enter the 10-digit access code: 902 687 9764. If you would like to dial-in on your phone, please call 1 (646) 558-8656 and then enter the 10-digit access code (902 687 9764), followed by the pound sign (#). For more information on accessing meetings on Zoom, click here for their support article.


All meetings will be available on the Town of Lake Luzerne’s YouTube Channel, sometime after their streaming has concluded.

Last Updated: Thursday, August 11th, 2022 (3:57 PM)


Lake Luzerne, a Scenic Town in Upstate NY & the Adirondacks

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, a miniature golf course, and three local history museums, along with summer concerts and craft shows, offer a variety of family fun. Two riverside parks also 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.

A special thanks to Bob English & Luzerne Productions for this amazing video about our community! Click here to visit Luzerne Productions’ website to learn more about the services they offer.


Visit our Event Calendar to see what happenings are going on in and around Lake Luzerne!

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For more information about the Town of Lake Luzerne, visit the Lake Luzerne Chamber of Commerce’s website.

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Hudson Headwaters Mobile Health offers primary care, pediatric and adolescent medicine and gynecology. Mobile Health can supplement your primary care needs or be used as your primary care provider. All are welcome here, regardless of your insurance or ability to pay.

Walk-ins welcome!

Hudson Headwaters Mobile Health Unit is available the 1st & 3rd Thursdays each month at 539 Lake Avenue, Lake Luzerne, NY.

Call (518) 623-0871 to establish as a patient/make an appointment.

For close to seven decades, the Hudson River’s annual White-Water Derby has been held in North Creek/Riparius, drawing people from Lake Luzerne and throughout the Adirondacks. While the Covid pandemic scratched the event in 2020 and ’21, plans are now underway to revive for 2023 one of the most popular events in the Northeast. On Wednesday, July 13, the Hadley Lake Luzerne Historical Society sponsored Sterling Goodspeed to speak on it’s history and future. Goodspeed is Former Johnsburg Town Supervisor and later served as Warren County District Attorney. He is author of True North: A Collection of Short Stories highlighting the history of rural Adirondack communities throughout the past 50 years. White Water on the Upper Hudson is one of the many attributes our area has, which draws thousands of both locals and visitors every year for kayaking, tubing, and rafting. Goodspeed spoke at length of the 1967 summer visit by the late NYS Senator Robert Kennedy family, who was accompanied by Interior Secretary Stuart Udall who coordinated the trip with Sterling Goodspeed’s father, who earlier served as Town Supervisor. This is yet another story which is a testament to our area’s rich history! Photo included shows three men (from left to right, Lake Luzerne Town Supervisor Gene Merlino, Author Sterling Goodspeed, and Lake Luzerne Councilman Jim Niles.)
>> Click Here for a PDF Version of “The Draw of Our Region’s White Water Sports with Author Sterling Goodspeed” <<
Copy provided by Howard Schaffer (via Email Submission).


NEW JOB OPENINGS AVAILABLE  | The Town of Lake Luzerne is taking applications for a full-time CDL driver/operator, part-time Constable, and a part-time driver. Please apply within at Lake Luzerne Town Hall. For the full page of listings, please click here.

REMINDER ON PUBLIC BEACH RULES | Visiting one of our public beaches? Please be advised: it is with our concern for your safety that we ask that you do not take inflatable tubes out from the boat launch or swim outside of the roped in areas.

NEW JOB OPENINGS AVAILABLE FOR THE TOWN OF LAKE LUZERNE | The Town of Lake Luzerne is taking applications for a part-time Constable, and a part-time driver. Please apply within at Lake Luzerne Town Hall. For the full page of listings, please click here.

LAKE LUZERNE’S ANNUAL DRINKING WATER QUALITY REPORT AVAILABLE | Click here to view Lake Luzerne’s Annual Drinking Water Quality Report for 2021.

LAKE LUZERNE ASSOCIATION’S MILFOIL NEWSLETTER AVAILABLE | Click here to view the Lake Luzerne Association’s Milfoil Newsletter.

LAKE LUZERNE’S 2021 AQUATIC VEGETATION REPORT AVAILABLE | Click here to view the report on Lake Luzerne’s Aquatic Vegetation.

2022 RABIES SCHEDULE | Click here to visit the Town of Lake Luzerne’s “Animal Control” web-page for the full details of Warren County Public Health’s 2022 Rabies Schedule. This schedule is also available for viewing on the “Town Clerk” web-page of the Town of Lake Luzerne’s website.

LIMITED AT-HOME COVID-19 TESTS AVAILABLE | The Town of Lake Luzerne has a LIMITED number of at-home COVID-19 tests available. These can be found at the Town Clerk’s office.

STREET LIGHTS | In an effort to keep all street lights working, we are asking that if you see a light that is not on, please get the numbers off the pole and call the Town Hall with the numbers and location, so a repair request can be made to National Grid.  The number to call is (518) 696-2711, ext 2.

Town of Lake Luzerne: Land Use / Building Permits Required. Contact the Zoning Office: Call (518) 696-2711, Extension 4 or Email lakeluzerne4@albany.twcbc.com

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ZONING ENFORCEMENT, KAREN PUTNEY | Effective July 1, 2021 Zoning Office hours will be Monday thru Thursday 8:30 am to 1:30 pm.  Call 518-696-2711, ext. 4 and leave a message, or email Karen at [email protected]

Lake Luzerne’s 2022 Assessment Statistics


  • Lake Luzerne has 2,992 parcels with a taxable town value of $434,377,039
  • 2022 Level of Assessment: 86%


The current Assessment Roll may be inspected at the Assessor’s Office in the Town Center at 539 Lake Avenue, or on the Warren County website at www.warrencountyny.gov/rp/rolls.


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