Town Board Meetings are held 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 at the Town Hall
POOLS: Building Permits are required before setting up. Except for portable pools, private swimming pools shall comply with the following requirements: a pool shall be intended for use primarily by the occupants of the premises; a pool shall not be less than five (5) feet away from any lot line; and a pool, or the entire lot on which it is located, shall be securely enclosed to prevent uncontrolled access by children and animals. Said enclosure shall be no less than four (4) feet in height and maintained with a self-closing and self-latching gate of equal height. However, such enclosure shall be required for an above-ground pool with perimeter decks no less than forty-six (46) inches above the ground and affording access only by means of a ladder or stairs that can be raised or otherwise blocked to prevent unauthorized entrance. Any questions please contact the Code Enforcement Officer, John Leonard, Jr. at 607-525-6468.
PROPERTY OWNERS: If you plan on doing any updating 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
If you or you know of anyone interested in serving their community the Fremont Planning Board and the Zoning Board of Appeals are each looking for a new board member. These are five year terms and you must be a resident of Fremont to apply. If anyone is interested please email Greg Sikosek at Planningboard@stny.rr.com or the Town Clerk at Townclerk1@stny.rr.com.
-Due to ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis and the recently enacted updated operating protocols in court appearance are cancelled until further notice. Please leave a message at 607-324-0009 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
-The Fremont Town Board will be following the Covid-19 restrictions at its monthly meetings. Face masks will be required upon entering the building if you have not been vaccinated.
-The Planning Board meetings will be following the Covid-19 restrictions. Face masks will be required upon entering the building is you have not been vaccinated.
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The Highway Superintendent is Jeff Moore. 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