Village of Corinth

Update from the Mayor
Fire Dept
Dept. of Public Works
Schools, Churches, etc.
Zoning Board
Planning Board
Village Minutes & Reports
Budget 2017-2018
Events & Celebrations
Forms and Applications
Grant Opportunities
Policies & Proposals
Annual Water Report
Recent Updates
Village Code


Reverse 9-1-1 Sign-Up



On the banks of the upper Hudson, where the river cuts through solid rock to create the palisades, is the Village of Corinth. The river and its falls drew the first settlers to the area in the late 1700's. A few years later they were harnessed to power a saw and grist mill.

By the 1870's the Hudson River Pulp and Paper Company was creating paper from pulp and rags, a revolutionary production method. The mill was eventually purchased by International Paper Company; one of twenty brought together to form the paper industry giant. The mill, along with other businesses, made the area into a thriving community and in 1886 the Village of Corinth was founded.

Over the years two fire companies (now combined into one) continue to safeguard the village.

Several churches give a spiritual foundation to the community and the Corinth Central School provides an educational base for its youth. The foothills of the Adirondacks create a stunning backdrop to this village on the Hudson.


Village Tax Bills


Village Bulletin & Garbage / Recycling Schedules

Board Meeting Schedule 2017-2018

Proposed Local Law 3-2017 WATER ORDINANCE

Water Meter Project FAQ (updated 7/19/17)

Reservoir Property Trail Map

The Village of Corinth would like to express our deepest sympathies to the Slimmer and Jeremias families. We, as a community, mourn the loss of Tonya & Briaunna Slimmer as a result of the tragic fire at their home. The Corinth Community has once again risen to aid our fellow Corinthians in the wake of tragedy; there has been an outpouring of support for the Slimmer family from organizations and community members. Donations are being collected at the First United Methodist Church; the Corinth Fire Department will host a fundraiser breakfast for the family on December 10th at the firehouse; and numerous other organizations will also be raising funds. An account in the name of Jerry Slimmer, Jr. has been opened at the Hudson River Credit Union and donations will be accepted during normal business hours.

The Village would like to thank the numerous fire companies that assisted the Corinth Fire Department: Porter Corners, Greenfield, Saratoga Springs, Wilton, Hadley-Luzerne, Eagle-Matt Lee, West Glens Falls, Maple Avenue and Middle Grove Fire Companies. We would also like to thank the Community Emergency Corps, Moreau, Wilton and Rockwell Falls EMS companies that assisted the Jessup's Landing EMS. In addition, the following agencies were on the scene to offer assistance: Saratoga County Sheriff Department, NY State Police, Office of Fire Prevention and Control, Saratoga County Cause & Origin investigators, Town of Corinth Animal Control, and American Red Cross Association. We would also like to thank John Davis for excavation of the remaining structure and the Town and Village of Corinth DPW crews for removal of the debris. Our firefighters and EMS personnel performed their duties with great professionalism, but a tragedy of this kind is difficult for even the most seasoned professionals. We would like to express our appreciation for Fire Department Chaplain Dean Brown who was on site to offer spiritual and emotional assistance to anyone in need. Chaplain Brown is also available for any EMS member or firefighter for additional advisement and support.




Contact Information
244 Main St
Corinth, NY 12822
Phone:(518) 654-2012
Fax:(518) 654-6202

8am-noon; 1pm-4pm M-F

Dennis Morreale, Mayor
Timothy Halliday, Trustee/Deputy Mayor
Melanie Denno, Trustee
Julius Enekes, Trustee
Maureen Kelly, Trustee