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! New residents such as you generally have done the research to know that Wilton has a lot to offer with its shopping areas, good schools, proximity to Saratoga Springs and its commitment to children, recreation and the various ongoing “quality of life” projects in process. It truly is a great place to live.
Take a few minutes to check out the links 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.
As Supervisor, and speaking for our Town Board, we welcome you to our community.
During Rail Safety Week, September 20-26, 2021 Canadian Pacific (CP), Canadian Pacific Police Service (CPPS), Operation Lifesaver Canada and Operation Lifesaver Inc. (U.S) and other stakeholders aim to raise awareness of the tragic consequences that can occur as a result of preventable crossing and trespassing incidents.
Links to Local Civic Organizations.
Wilton offers diverse development opportunities where businesses will prosper. The I-87 Exit 15 area is a regional commercial center with a broad range of uses. There are also prime opportunities for development in the Exit 16/Ballard Road corridor for light industrial and office use.
Saratoga County utilizes an emergency notification warning tool used to make rapid emergency telephone notifications to residents and businesses in precise geographic areas. The Code Red 9-1-1 emergency notification tool will be used by Saratoga County emergency officials, during emergencies only, to deliver incident-specific information or potentially life-saving instruction to those in the affected area(s).
Links to Local News Organizations.
Bears will travel more than 100 km to a known food source, such as a berry patch or a stand of beech trees. Bears are highly intelligent and will learn where other food sources can be found and seek them out. They can easily learn to re-visit your backyard once they have determined that food can be found there. The majority of bear problems occur as a result of improperly stored household garbage. Bears quickly learn to associate human residences with a readily available food source. Bears that obtain food from humans will continue to seek food from humans and become nuisance bears. Anyone who sees a bear is asked to report it immediately to the DEC wildlife unit at (518) 897-1291
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Open burning is prohibited in New York, with several exceptions
Information on town road improvments
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.
Saratoga County Office for the Aging offers Senior Transportation for doctor appointments, grocery shopping, senior centers, etc.
Information on services and programs from the Town of Wilton and/or New York State.
Bus and Taxi Services
Trash and Recycling Companies
Information on Town of Wilton Polling Places, Election Results and links to State and County Elections websites.
Links to Local Youth Organizations and Sport Groups.
Zika is a virus that is usually spread by certain kinds of mosquitoes. It can also be spread from one person to another through sexual contact or blood transfusion. For most people it is a mild infection with few or no symptoms. But it has been linked to health problems in some people. It is a serious concern for pregnant women, their partners and couples planning a pregnancy because it can cause serious birth defects. Zika is not spread from person to person by casual contact.