Town Hall and Highway Department Closure: In an effort to protect Town staff and the public from exposure to COVID-19, we are closing the Town Hall and Highway Dept. to visitors until further notice.  The doors will remain locked, but the employees are working.  Any business that can be done via phone, e-mail, or regular postal mail, please do so.  Please visit the website at townofbeekmantown.com to check work hours, phone numbers, and e-mails.  If you need a building permit, they are available to print on our website under the Code Enforcement department.  Questions for Codes, Planning, or Zoning please call Allan Corron or Susan Proctor.  Highway Superintendent, Roger Perry is available on his cell phone @ (518) 578-1222.  The Justice Court is closed however there is a dropbox located outside the court entrance that states (Law Enforcement Use Only) for signed pleas and other Court communications.  If you need the Assessor please call Trevor Finley @ (518)569-0170.   Thank you for your understanding in this matter and please feel free to contact the Town Secretary with any questions or concerns that you may have.  We are working together with other local, county, and state officials to see that everyone remains safe and secure.  Please be safe and take all precautions to keep our community healthy!

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Welcome to Beekmantown, New York!

The Town of Beekmantown is an historic township nestled in the beautiful Champlain Valley of Northeastern New York. Beekmantown is ideally located approximately one hour south of Montreal, Canada and only one hour northwest of Burlington, VT. The township stretches from the shores of Lake Champlain, on its eastern boundary, to the gentle, forested hills bordering the Adirondack State Park on its western boundary.

Our rural community of approximately 5,500 residents is one of the best kept secrets in the region. Residents can take advantage of lakeside living with views of the Green Mountains of Vermont, to more agrarian settings which blend in the natural beauty of the area, to Hillside homes offering spectacular views of Lake Champlain, the Champlain Valley, and the Adirondack and Vermont mountains.

We are also home to Point Au Roche State Park which offers boating, fishing, picnicing, swimming, and a network of trails winding through woods, meadows, and along the Lake Champlain lakeshore.

Whether for business or pleasure, the residents of Beekmantown invite you to experience the beauty that is Beekmantown.

Upcoming Events

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Memorial Day

May 25
Jun 21

Father’s Day

June 21
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