Welcome to Philmont

Whether you’re a visitor or a resident, or considering becoming one, we’re glad you’re here.


Village Board of Trustees | 2nd Mon @ 7pm at the Village Hall. Board meetings are open to the public. To comment or ask questions in person sign up in advance by contacting the Village clerk (email [email protected] or phone 518-672-7032) before the office closes at Noon the Friday before the meeting. The Village Hall can be reached via a wheelchair-accessible ramp to the right of the Village Office at 124 Main Street and from an entrance to the second floor on Maple Avenue to the left of the Fire Station doors. Meetings are limited to social distancing regulations and capacity, and masks are required.


Village Board Workshop | 4th Wed @ 7PM, Village Office. Workshops are informal discussions about municipal business. Workshops are open to the public, but participation is limited to the board.

Library Board of Trustees | 1st Wed @7PM, Philmont Library.

Planning Board * | 3rd Tue @7PM, Village Hall.

Zoning Board of Appeals * | 2nd Thurs @7PM, Village Hall.

* Meetings are held only during months when
there is business to conduct.

Upcoming Meetings


Community Center & Playground Redesign Kick-off Presentation Poster for Neighbors Sunday December 4 at 2-3:30pm

Community Center & Playground Redesign Presentations (Dec 4, 5 and 12)

Kick-off Presentations Next Steps in designing a new Community Center & Playground Overview of the BOA-funded design project.How you can ...
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Announcement saying "Planning Board Meeting"

Planning Board Meeting

The Philmont Planning Board will meet on Tuesday, January 18 at 7:00 pm in the Village Hall. This meeting will ...
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Photo of Jeffrey French

Philmont Resident Jeffrey W. French Was Inducted into the Veterans Hall of Fame.

Jeffrey W. French US Army | Specialist 5 Jeffrey W. French enlisted in the United States Army serving in Vietnam ...
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a meeting of the Village Board on Tuesday October 12, 2021 the Village Board ...
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New York State Logo | Broadband Assessment Project


Help New York State develop a detailed map to study the availability, reliability, and cost of high-speed internet by taking ...
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FDR History Series - Eleanor Roosevelt

FDR History Series – Eleanor Roosevelt

Eleanor Roosevelt: Becoming Who She Was Description: Though blessed with the Roosevelt name, fame and fortune, Eleanor Roosevelt’s early life ...
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DPW Machine Equipment Operator

DPW Machine Equipment Operator

The Village of Philmont is accepting applications for a full time, Public Works Department Machine Equipment Operator. Hourly pay starts ...
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Flyer for Friday Night Free Community Dinner at the Philmont Cooperative | 4-7pm

Free Community Dinners Friday Nights 4-7pm @Philmont Cooperative

Every Friday, 4-7pm, at 116 Main Street at the Philmont Cooperative ...
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Flyer: Philmont Community Office Hours for Greener Pathways

Greener Pathways Community Office Hours Held Every Thursday 12pm – 2pm at the Philmont Community Center, 14 Lake View Drive

Greener Pathways, a Mobile Outreach Program of Twin County Recovery Services, Inc. is available in Philmont. A Greener Pathways Team ...
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Philmont Switches to LED Streetlights!

Philmont Switches to LED Streetlights!

SEPTEMBER 15, 2021 To save the village money and reduce our carbon footprint, on September 15, 2021, Philmont's streetlights were ...
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Weekly Pre-School Story Time

Weekly Pre-School Story Time

and Monthly Community Story Time with guest reader/ presenters every third Thursday of each month Join us for songs, stories, ...
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Village of Philmont Volunteer Fire Department Toyne Fire Truck Referendum

Community Center & Playground Redesign Kick-off Presentations
2-3:30pm | Dec 4 (for community center neighbors, at the community center); Dec 5 (village-wide, at the library); Dec 12 (virtual webinar - rsvp) | Details

Winter Village Laws (No On-Street Parking midnight to 6am from Dec 1 to Apr 1; Snow and Ice Removal) will be enforced and can be found on the quarterly calendar sent in October with water bills and on our website under Documents > Local Laws.

The DPW has advised us, this will be the last week for leaf pick up in the Village. After the truck goes through your street on the 3rd, it will not be back. The truck will be repurposed for winter weather and snow removal.

All Rental Properties and Vacant Buildings must be registered by January 1, 2022.

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