The Mayor and Trustees of The Village of Stamford have decided to keep the Village Hall closed until the 1st of March. The Village Clerk, Treasurer and Mayor are available by appointment. The Clerk is available by email, email@example.com, or telephone, 607 201 3621. Payments may be made on the Village website, www.stamfordny.com, left in the Village Hall drop box or sent via U.S.mail to 84 Main Street Stamford NY, 12167. The continued closure is a precautionary measure, the village wishes to do all it can to keep our employees and residents safe.
Due to the sudden rise in cases of Covid-19 in Delaware and Schoharie Counties the Village of Stamford will be closing the Village Hall effective December. 24th through January. 31st 2021. We will reevaluate the Covid situation on February 1st and reopen if it appears safe to do so. The Village Clerk and Treasurer will be working remotely from home as they had been doing earlier this year. The Village Clerk can be reached at 607 201 3621, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org payments can be made to the village via our website.
Correspondence by hand may be left in the box to the right of the Village Hall front door. The Mayor will be in the office daily.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and will do our best to keep things running smoothly as we did during our last Village Hall shut down. This measure is being taken in order to safeguard our village employees and those who visit our offices.
Due to the sudden increase in cases of Covid-19 in Delaware County the Village of Stamford Mayor has decided to have Tuesday evenings monthly Board of Trustees meeting via zoom rather than at the village hall. There is a public hearing regarding Margaretville Telephone Company’s intent to offer services in the Village of Stamford that will take place before the regular meeting at 6:45 also via zoom.
Those interested in joining the meeting may contact the Village Clerk for instructions. Instructions will also be posted on the village website as soon as they are available.
The Mayor apologies for this sudden change but decided it was best to err on the side of caution during this very fluid health crisis.