ALERT! The bridge on Flat Rocks Road will be closed for 30 days starting September 12, 2017 while the bridge is being replaced.
New Action Plan for Conservation & Development Released for Comment
How can we attract and retain young people and families to our town? How can we further improve upon the high quality of life we offer to residents of all ages? How do we balance our need to conserve land, protect water quality, and maintain the rural character of our region while also meeting our needs for housing and jobs? The new draft Regional Plan of Conservation and Development lays out a strategic list of actions that we can take as a town, together with our regional partners, to address these challenges over the next ten years. To see a copy of the Plan visit northwesthillscog.org/regional-plan-conservation-development. A public hearing to solicit input on the draft Plan will be held on September 19th, 2017. Thanks to all our residents who took the resident input survey which informed this Plan.
The Cornwall Planning & Zoning Commission will be conducting a Forum Friday night, October 20th, from 7 to 9:00PM at CCS to start the process that will lead to Cornwall's next Town Plan of Conservation and Development. All are welcome! Childcare and activities for kids will be available!
Details and support information will be available as the date approaches on the Cornwall web site (Civic>Minutes and Agendas>Planning and Zoning) as well as updates in the Cornwall Chronicle
or by request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
On behalf of the Planning & Zoning Commission,
Karen Griswold Nelson, Land Use administrator
Town of Cornwall
Click here to see the July 8 Cornwall Open Studio Map
Click here to see the List of the Cornwall Open Studio participating artists.
Notices and Announcements
Read the 2015-2016 Annual Report with the CHC Addendum
Read the short biography of Ginny and Bob Potter written by Brenda Underwood
Transportation survey by The Northwest Hills Council of Governments Click here to read it.
Press Release regarding your taxes from Office of the Assessor,Town of Cornwall
Check out the the Slideshow of pictures that have been used in the past on the Cornwall website frontpage.
Click here if you want to see some of the of the Slideshows Richard Griggs created over the years.
Click here if you want to see the videos taken in Cornwall over the years.
In order to reach residents in the event of an emergency, the Town of Cornwall, in accordance with the Town Plan, is compiling an Emergency List with telephone numbers and email addresses. This list will be available only to Cornwall administrators and emergency crews. For your safety we hope you will comply with this voluntary request.
Concurrently, a second Contact List is being compiled, including telephone numbers, email addresses, and other information you might wish to include, like children's contact information, which will be posted on the Cornwall Web Site. This list is for anyone wishing to be included, where their information will be available to others.
Individuals will be responsible for keeping the information up to date.
Please fill out the form here to be listed either on the Emergency List or on the Cornwall Website Contact List
The tax collector is pleased to announce that you can now manage your Cornwall tax accounts with a new online system. You can pay your bills using credit cards or e-checks (some fees apply) at your convenience, 24/7.
Now you can Pay your Taxes online
Many of your questions can be answered via the FAQ .
Proposed Capital Plan for Fiscal Years 2014 – 2018
Click here to read about the Accessory Apartment Revolving Loan Fund
Please note that a detail version of the BOE budget is available on the CCS Web Site under Board of Education.
Amendments to the Cornwall Zoning Regulations