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Village Board Workshop Meeting

Village Office 124 Main Street, Philmont, NY

The Village of Philmont will hold their regular monthly Board of Trustees Workshop on the 4th Wednesday of the month at 7:00 PM in the Village Office at 124 Main Street in Philmont. Workshops are open to the public, but participation in the workshop is limited to the board.


Village Board of Trustees Meeting

Philmont Village Hall 124 Main Street, Philmont, NY

Board meetings are open to the public. Residents wishing to make comments or ask questions in person must sign up in advance by contacting the Village clerk by email or phone 518-672-7032 before 3PM on the first Friday of the month. The Village Hall can be accessed from a wheelchair-accessible ramp to the right of the Village Office at ... Read more


Community Day Committee Meeting

Philmont Rod & Gun Club 65 Railroad Avenue, Philmont, New York

Join your neighbors to help organize Philmont Community Day. We meet Monthly on the second Tuesday at 7pm at the Philmont Rod & Gun Club.


Weekly Pre-School Story Time

Philmont Public Library 101 Main Street

and Monthly Community Story Time with guest reader/ presenters every third Thursday of each month Join us for songs, stories, crafts and games each week. The third Thursday of each ... Read more


Toddler Story Time

Philmont Public Library 101 Main Street

This is a short and Sweet Story Time for Toddlers aged 2 and under and their caregiver.

FDR History Series – Eleanor Roosevelt

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Eleanor Roosevelt: Becoming Who She Was Description: Though blessed with the Roosevelt name, fame and fortune, Eleanor Roosevelt’s early life was far from the comfortable, carefree and attentive life her ... Read more


Garbage Pickup

Garbage Bags can be a maximum of 50 pounds. 30-gallon capacity — Full Sticker13-gallon capacity — Half Sticker YOUR GARBAGE WILL NOT BE PICKED UP IF: It does not have ... Read more


Recycling Pickup

Plastic, glass and aluminum recyclables must be clean and in a plastic tote or laundry basket with drainage holes. Cardboard & Paper that are wet are trash, not recyclables. Cardboard ... Read more