Town Board Meetings will be held on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm
The Planning Board Meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30pm as needed at the Town Hall
In future, Planning Board meetings will be held as needed on the 3rd Tuesday of the month. A notice will be posted on the website when one is scheduled to meet.
NOTICE: THERE IS NO TRESPASSING ON TOWN PROPERTY DUE TO LIABILITY ISSUES.
Public Input Opportunity – Steuben County Comprehensive Plan
Joann Kilbury Spencer, Former Fremont Town Historian from 1976-2000 created two wonderful picture books of Fremont history with a large assortment of pictures covering many decades. These books are located in the Fremont Town Hall for viewing. You can also view these pictures here on this website under “About Us” once you click on this scroll down to view the pictures.
Special Recognition Plaque – The Town Board has established a Memorial Plaque in recognition of town residents that have served the Town of Fremont. This recognition will begin for deceased individuals that passed in and/or after 2021. The plaque will be placed in the Town Hall and updated once a year. If you want to submit someone’s service to the Town Board please complete this Special Recognition Form and send to the Town Clerk. Any questions you can contact the Town Clerk.
MAILING LIST SIGNUP
The Fremont Town Board has approved to have a Newsletter/Informational tool for the Fremont Town residents. On this page there is Mailing List Signup link in the upper right-hand corner. Just click on this link and complete the form to receive future Notifications and Newsletters.
The Fremont Town Board has approved to have a Facebook account. The address is: https://www.facebook.com/TownofFremontSteubenCounty
The Town Board will be using this site as an information and notification tool for the Town of Fremont.
The Town of Fremont will be handing out free KN-95 masks. You may pick them up during the Town Clerk hours for Tuesday 1-4pm, Wednesday 6-8pm and Friday 9am-noon. They will be distributed on a first come, first serve basis, as supplies last.
NOTICE – HOUSEKEEPING POSITION AVAILABLE – there is an open position for a housekeeper for the Town Hall. This requires general housekeeping with light lifting and a drivers license needed. This is an hourly wage of $14.20 per hour with about 1-2 hours per week. If you are interested please contact the Town Clerk at 607-324-7786.
PROPERTY OWNERS: If you plan on doing any updating to your home or adding any additional buildings to your property, please contact the Code Enforcement Officer, John Leonard, Jr. at 607-525-6468 before you start. A building permit may be required for your project. For current building standards and codes for NYS please click the link. Website Update
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The Highway Superintendent is Tom Flansburg. He can be reached at the Town Barn phone is 607-324-6349 or Cell # is 607-382-4614. The 511ny Web site is Official free service from the New York State Department of Transportation, information on transportation services and road conditions throughout New York State. This service runs 24 hours a day; 7 days a week. NEWS FROM THE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT: A new acquisition for the
The town office is located in the Hamlet of Stephens Mills on Route 21 just North of Hornellsville, Mailing address is 8217 Cream Hill Road, Arkport, New York 14807 The town of Fremont was formed November 17, 1854 from parts of Hornellsville, Wayland, Dansville and Howard. The town was named after General John Fremont. The town lies northwest of the centre of Steuben county, the terrain is hilly upland; which
The town office is located in the Hamlet of Stephens Mills on route 21 just north of Hornellsville, Mailing address is 8217 Cream Hill Road, Arkport, New York 14807. The Town Board meets every month, the second Tuesday at 7pm. The meeting minutes will be posted below, you will need a PDF reader to view them, click here for a free PDF download.
The Town of Fremont Historical Society has an “Volunteer Opportunity” for anyone interested in doing Scrapbooks. Town of Fremont Scrapbooks, these groups efforts will provide valuable information for families researching local residents. For more information please contact Susan M. Peck (607) 324-7786, Cynthia Smith – the Town Historian (607) 566-9285. The town has large number of pictures have been donated over the years for historical purposes and these pictures have