TOWN HALL IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
The Town Hall is open to the public for normal business hours. We are practicing all health protocols and guidelines. Per updated CDC guidelines, if you are fully vaccinated, masks are not required in the Town Hall. If you are not fully vaccinated, please wear your mask and socially distance. Please DO NOT come to the Town Hall if you are sick and/or have a fever. You may continue to pay water bills online or you may use the drop box at the main door for water payments and/or dog licenses.
The COURT is OPEN for payments and dropoff of paperwork for civil judgements. Please check with the Court for their masking requirements if you must viist their offices. DO NOT ENTER THE FRONT LOBBY TO ACCESS THE COURT. The Court entrance is located in the rear of the Town Hall. To contact the Court directly, call 607-775-5244.
For other departments, please call or e-mail the appropriate department and someone will get back to you. Please check the website for further updates.
Park Pavilions ARE NOW available to rent. Rentals must be done in person but you can call the Town Clerk at 775-3454 to check availability of a particular date.
The Maines Community Center IS NOW AVAILABLE for rentals, effective July 14, 2021. Call 607-775-3454 to check available dates.
The Conklin Pool is now CLOSED for the season.
It is unlawful for any person under the age of 18 years to be or loiter or remain in or upon the streets, roads, highways, public parks, or other public areas within the Town of Conklin on October 30, October 31, and November 1 between the hours of 8:00 P.M. and 6:00 A.M. unless accompanied by a parent or guardian or adult over the age of 21 authorized by the parent or guardian to act on their behalf.
Town Board Meeting - October 26, 2021, at 6:30 P.M.
The Conklin Town Board will hold a Town Board meeting at 6:30 P.M. on October 26, 2021, at the Conklin Town Hall, 1271 Conklin Road, Conklin, New York. The following Public Hearings will be held on that same date:
6:32 P.M. – To Receive Input Regarding the Proposed 2022 Fire Protection Contract with the Conklin Volunteer Fire Department, Inc.
6:35 P.M. – To Receive Input Regarding the Proposed 2022 Municipal Water and Sewer Billing Rates
6:38 P.M. – To Receive Input Regarding the Proposed 2022 General and Highway Budget for the Town of Conklin
Town Hall closed September 6, 2021 for Labor Day
The Town Hall will be closed on Monday, September 6, 2021, in observance of Labor Day.
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR FREE FOOD DISTRIBUTION
The Food Bank of the Southern Tier provides food for families in need in our community once a month with a free food distribution at the Maines Community Center, sponsored by the Conklin Kiwanis Club and the Town of Conklin. This month the food distribution, which occurs the third Monday of each month, helped 172 families. However, volunteers are DESPERATELY NEEDED to help with this distribution, or the Town is in danger of losing this valuable program at our location. If you can help and need more information, please contact William Krasowsky, Project Coordinator for Conklin Kiwanis, at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 607-238-7554.
Welcome to the
Town of Conklin
The Town of Conklin lies in the southerly part of Broome County and is bounded on the north and east by the town of Kirkwood, on the south by the Pennsylvania State Line, and on the west by the Town of Binghamton. Conklin was formed on March 29, 1824 from the Town of Chenango. Conklin is the largest village in the town and is not incorporated.
The Town of Conklin covers approximately 15,077 acres and as of 2010 has a population of 5,441.
Town of Conklin
The Town of Conklin is in the southern part of Broome County. It is bounded on the north and east sides by the Town of Kirkwood, on the south by the Pennsylvania State Line, and on the west by the Town of Binghamton. Conklin was formed on March 29, 1824, from the Town of Chenango. Although unincorporated it is the towns largest village.
The town is known for the George F. Johnson community center on Conklin Road, which looks like a castle. Alpheus Corby, a Conklin resident, built “The Castle” in about 1900 after visiting his mother’s homeland of England. Corby admired the country’s architectural style.
After Corby died his home was sold to a few private homeowners. Years later George F. Johnson made “The Castle” a home for under privileged children.
In the 1940’s Johnson donated “The Castle” to the Town of Conklin to be used as a community center. The building was used as an office building for Town officials until a new Town hall was built in 2002, and it is used now strictly for community groups to meet and is being turned into a museum by the Town’s Historical Society.
The Susquehanna Valley School District serves the communities children.
Minutes & Agendas
We have records of past Meetings for the Town Board, Planning Board and Youth Commissions for reference.
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Wondering who your current Elected Officials are for the Town of Conklin? Visit our officials page for a list of officials and their contact information.
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