Declaration of State of Emergency
Town of Morristown Supervisor, Frank Putman, has declared a state of emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In an effort to safeguard Town of Morristown residents and town employees, the Town Courthouse and Town Hall will be closed to the public effective Tuesday, March 17, until further notice.
Essential employees will continue to report to work and will be available to take phone calls from members of the public. The drop box at the Town Offices at 604 Main St. can be utilized by residents to leave documents for the court and other offices. Tax payments will be accepted by mail or by using the drop box. Please make sure all documents are in a sealed envelope and contact information is clearly marked on each envelope. The Court wishes to notify litigants that court proceedings have been adjourned for all non-essential matters and you will be notified of a new appearance date in the manner provided on the Court notification document.
To Contact the Town Court please call 315 375-4148 9AM – 4PM
To Contact the town Clerk please call 315 375-6510 9AM – 4PM
To Contact the Code Officer please call 315 375-8572 7AM – 3PM
To Contact the Assessor please call 315 375-8415 Leave a message
To secure Notary service call 315 375-4148 for an appointment. Please remember to follow social distancing protocols.
Town officials are keeping in contact with the St. Lawrence County Health Director as matters progress.
You are urged to follow the recommendations from the St. Lawrence County and New York State Departments of Health and the Centers for Disease Control.
The public can review updates on the coronavirus at health.ny.gov and at the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention at cdc.gov