Town of
Special Meeting October 1st, 2015.
September 28, 2015

Town of Granby

Public Notice for a Special Meeting



The Town of Granby will hold a Special Meeting on Thursday October 1st,  2015 at 7:00 P.M. at the Granby Town Hall, 820 County Rt. 8, Fulton, NY. 


This Special Meeting is to discuss how to proceed with the Justice vacancy and for the Town Board to receive the 2016 Preliminary Budget.


Janet L. Ingersoll

Granby Town Clerk


Please publish in the September 26th, 2015 Palladium Times

Department Pages:

TOWN OFFICES Office phone numbers: Area code 315
  • Town Clerk/Tax Collector & Supervisor - 598-6500
  • Justice Court - 598-2958
  • Assessors Office - 598-2964
  • Code Enforcement Office - 598-6989
  • Highway Department - 592-7842
  • Dog Control Officer - 887-0181
  • FAX number - 592-9270


Office Hours: For general information call 598-6500 between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. weekdays. See "Departments" for each office's schedule of hours.   


Mailing Address: 820 County Route 8, Fulton, NY 13069


Location: Take Route 176 west of the city of Fulton to Bowens Corners; turn right on County Route 8 for 1/2 mile. Or, take State or County Route 3 to Granby Center and drive south on County Route 8 about 3 miles.





Located along the west bank of the Oswego River to the west, north and south of the City of Fulton, the Town of Granby is ideally located for peaceful country living, yet quick and easy access to work sites, commercial centers, recreational activities, primary transportation routes, plus cultural and educational opportunities throughout central New York.


With a population of 7007, the Town of Granby ranks fifth among the 22 towns of Oswego County in upstate New York. The land area of the town is 45.1 square miles, stretching 12 miles from north to the south where we border Onondaga County. The town is approximately 15 miles northwest of the City of Syracuse, and 7 miles south of Lake Ontario and the City of Oswego.


Depending on where they live within the town, most children of Granby attend school in either the Fulton, Hannibal or Phoenix school district. Colleges within the county include SUNY Oswego and Cayuga Community College which has a site in Fulton.


In addition to the scenic and historic Oswego River, beautiful Lake Neatahwanta provides excellent fishing and boating opportunities