Welcome to the town of Wilton, NY!
Here's a good starting point to find resources for residents of the Town of Wilton.
If you have recently moved to Wilton, let us help you get connected to the services, links and locations that will make your move a little bit smoother!
Take a few minutes to check out the links on our website under Residents and Services to familiarize yourself with Wilton. If you have any questions please use the contact us link to contact us, you will find a convenient list of Departments, Board Members and Elected Officials.
Local Wilton Community Postings
Links to Local Civic Organizations.
How often do you find a thriving community that offers a balance of business opportunities with abundant services and a high quality of life? Wilton is a thriving community within an internationally recognized tourism region, located adjacent to Saratoga Springs, an area renowned for thoroughbred racing. Also situated in the foothills of the Adirondacks, it forms the gateway to the pristine Lake George resort area. Wilton is well known locally and regionally as one of the most economically sound communities. A well planned, concentrated, commercial tax base allows the Town to be property-tax free since 1983.
Links to Local News Organizations.
Visit USPS.COM for information on Local Post Offices and Hours
Information on town road improvments and scheduled projects for 2014
Residents please note that sprinkler heads must be out of the town’s right of way (30 feet from center of the road). The Highway Department is not responsible for any damages that may result from objects in our right of way.
There are three public school districts that service residents of Wilton. SUNY Adirondack also has a local campus in Wilton.
Listed below are a few Senior Housing Opportunities in Wilton and the surrounding area.
Information on services and programs from the Town of Wilton and/or New York State.
Bus and Taxi Services
Trash and Recycling Companies
Links to Local Youth Organizations and Sport Groups.
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