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Scriba is a town in Oswego County, New York, United States. The population was 6,840 at the 2010 census. The town is named after landowner George Scriba. The Town of Scriba is east
of the City of Oswego. The town was created in 1811.
Welcome to the Town of Scriba, New York
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Senior Living Help is an organization that provides senior living assistance to the elderly. Senior Living Help assists New York senior citizens, their family members and caregivers in finding appropriate senior living and care facilities. Many elderly adults are no longer able to be cared for at home, so finding a senior living facility with caring and loving staff becomes necessary.
NOTICE OF REMOTE REGULAR TOWN BOARD MEETING
Please take notice that the Town Board for the Town of Scriba will hold a Public Meeting by Remote Conference Call on May 20th at 6:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible.
Anyone wishing to listen in on the conference call may dial (425) 436-6378 and use access code 146341#. You will be prompted to provide your name. The meeting will then begin when the host activates the meeting and the Town Supervisor calls the meeting to order. The meeting will be recorded and the recording will be posted on the Town's website. This meeting procedure is authorized by the Governor's Executive Order 202.1, and by resolution of the Town Board.
If you are in need of sandbags they can be picked up outside of the Town Highway salt storage building located at the south side of the Municipal Building.
2020 TENTATIVE TAX ROLL
5/5/2020 SUNSET BAY PARK UPDATE
The Park has reopened to motor vehicle traffic.
Unfortunately the boat launch will remain closed this season due to the needed repairs. This means no launching of any kind period.
If you walk your pet, you are expected to clean up afterwards.
Absolutely NO ATV"S, motor bikes, golf carts etc. are allowed! Violators will be dealt with accordingly.
Should the vandalism return, the gates may be locked again.
The Town of Scriba encourages everyone to practice social distancing while using common sense when enjoying the Park.
Town residents please help us keep this beautiful asset open for your enjoyment.