|Animal Control or Help With Troublesome Animals|
Please call the Orleans County Dispatcher at (585) 589 - 5527 for animal control or nuisance animal issues within the Town of Carlton.
|Dog Restrictions in the Town of Carlton|
It is unlawful for dog owners within the Town of Carlton to allow their dogs to engage in habitual howling, barking, crying or whining or conduct itself in such a manner as to unreasonably and habitually disturb the comfort of persons other than the dog owner. There is no leash law for dogs in the Town of Carlton.
You may obtain a dog license for dogs over 4 months of age from the Town Clerk at our Town Hall Offices at 14341 Waterport-Carlton Road in Albion. Proof of current Rabies vaccination is required. Annual license fee is six dollars for a spayed or neutered dog, and fifteen dollars for an unspayed or unneutered dog. A spay/neuter certificate may be required. Please contact the Town Clerk for more information.
|Refuse, Trash, or Garbage Collection|
County-wide refuse is collected by Modern Disposal. They can be contacted by calling (800) 330 - 7107, between 8:00 am and 5:00 pm, Monday - Friday. Click here to find the garbage collection service day in your area.
Green recycling bins may be purchased for $7.00 each from the County Real Property Office in Albion at Courthouse Square. Only if you have built a new home are you entitled to a free bin. Call (585) 589 - 5400 for more information. Click here to view a guide to successful recycling - what is allowed, and what is not.
|Obtaining a Marriage Licenses|
You may acquire any necessary forms from the Town Clerk at our Town Hall Offices at 14341 Waterport-Carlton Road in Albion. For a complete, up-to-date listing of questions and answers about how to get married anywhere in New York State, please click here.
|Copies of Marriage Records|
You may obtain a certified copy of a marriage license issued in the Town of Carlton from the Town Clerk at our Town Hall Offices at 14341 Waterport-Carlton Road in Albion. Expect a ten dollar fee. For a thirty dollar fee, you may also obtain a copy from the New York State Department of Health by writing to:
|Helpful Genealogy Resources|
|Road Maintenance and Responsibility|
The Town of Carlton encompasses Town, County, and State roads. Please note that the Town of Carlton plows both Town and County roads in the winter.
|Star Exemption Application|
Click here to view and print a New York State Star Exemption Application in Adobe PDF format.
Carlton encompasses three school districts. For questions about School Taxes, please call the appropriate School District listed below:
|Property Tax Information|
The Carlton Tax Collector is responsible for County/Town tax bills only. The bills are mailed in the beginning of January. The collection schedule is as follows:
Unpaid tax rolls are surrendered to the Orleans County Treasurer on May 1st. Please contact the County Treasurer at (585) 589 - 5353 for specific amount owing.
Water meters are read at the end of February, May, August, and November of each year. Bills are mailed 1 - 2 weeks after meters are read. Penalty-free payments are accepted by mail, or in person at the Town Hall Offices for 30 days after bills are mailed out to customers. A 10% penalty will incur after 30 days.
|Hunting and Fishing Seasons, Licenses, and Regulations|
Hunting, fishing, and trapping in New York State are regulated by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation. Orleans County is located in Region 8 of the DEC. You may call their office for more information at (585) 226 - 2466.
|Town of Carlton Board Meetings|
All meetings are open to the public, and are held at the Town of Carlton Town Hall Offices, 14341 Waterport-Carlton Road in Albion. The Batavia Daily News is the official paper where all legals are published. Contact the Town Clerk for more information. Click here for up-to-date Meeting Dates & Times.
|Department of Motor Vehicles|
You may contact the Orleans County DMV by calling (585) 589 - 3214, or click here to visit them on-line.
|Parking Permits for Persons with Severe Disabilities|
In order to obtain a New York State disabilities parking permit, your doctor must fill out an MV-664 (PDF available by clicking here). This form must be brought to the Town Clerk in the town where you reside, where you'll be required to present your Driver's License, or your non-drivers ID. Please note that a prescription from the Doctor will NOT be accepted in lieu of a completed MV-664.