Salt Contamination Mitigation: To all residents connected to the Beekmantown water system:  The Town is now hauling water in from the Town of Plattsburgh water line, and we no longer have a violation of chloride or sodium, in fact, the numbers are quite low.  Starting next week, we will no longer be delivering bottled water as there is no need.  This is a temporary fix until a permanent solution is put into place.  I will continue to monitor for chloride and sodium and keep you informed of any changes.  Thank you for you patience.  Rich Bois-Water Plant Operator and the Town of Beekmantown Town Board

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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.

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