The Town of Pulteney is situated in the northeast corner of Steuben county, on the shores of Keuka Lake, and overlooking scenic Bluff Point. Bounded on the north by Jerusalem in Yates county, east by Keuka Lake, south by Urbana, west by a portion of Urbana and Prattsburgh. According to the Steuben County Planning Board (1991), the town of Pulteney encompasses about 33.2 square miles. The town is governed by a town supervisor and four board members.
Pulteney, is in the heart of the Finger Lakes region of New York. Our unique geographical conditions including climate, soil and the moderating influences of our beautiful Keuka Lake provide the ideal conditions for growing fine wine grapes. Row upon row of vineyards cover the surrounding hillsides for miles around creating a picturesque setting. Visitors from around the world enjoy spending a day, a week or more exploring the shores of Keuka Lake, the most picturesque of New York’s pristine Finger Lakes.
A Special Reminder – Please be very careful of our neighbors. When driving through Pulteney, you will come across horse and buggies along our country roads. Please make special allowances. When you find yourself behind one of these slow-moving vehicles just use some common sense and patience, and enjoy our World Class scenery.
TOWN OF PULTENEY UPDATES
Pulteney Clerk Hours: Monday 2:30Pm – 6:30PM, Tuesday 9:00AM – 4PM, Wednesday 9AM – 12:00PM, Thursday 9:00AM – 4PM.
Effective April 1, 2018 the Pulteney Town Board Approved NO CASH PAYMENTS will be accepted in the Municipal Services Dept. and the Water Dept. Sorry for any inconvenience!
2018 ANNUAL RABIES CLINIC: SATURDAY, MAY 12TH 9AM-11AM AT THE PULTENEY HIGHWAY BARN ON MILL STREET. Please bring proof of prior rabies vaccinations or a 1-yr certificate will be given. Dogs must be on a leash, cats and ferrets confined. There is a Voluntary $5.00 fee per pet to assist with Town and County costs.
PUBLIC NOTICE: TOWN OF PULTENEY RESIDENTS
In order to do an efficient job of plowing snow this winter, there will be NO PARKING along the Town Roads or Right-of-Ways in the Town of Pulteney from November 1, 2017 to April 1, 2018. All vehicles will be towed away at the owner’s expense. Please remember that plowing driveways across roadways is dangerous, as well as against the law. Anyone plowing snow across the roadway will be subject to a violation and may be issued an appearance ticket. By order of Terry Gibson, Highway Superintendent
Town of Pulteney Dog Owners WITH THE PASSING OF LOCAL LAW NO. 2 OF 2012 AS OF JANUARY 1, 2013 ALL DOG LICENSE RENEWALS WILL NOW BE JUNE 30TH OF EACH YEAR …Click for License Forms
Pulteney Community Garden meetings are the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 6:00 PM at the Pulteney Town Hall. The next meeting will be Tuesday, May 9th. Meetings will go thru October. The meetings are held April-October….Click For More
TOWN OF PULTENEY LOCAL LAW NO. 3 OF 2015 Regarding the usage of the Town Compost Site maintained by Town of Pulteney and located on Tobey Road, Pulteney, NY …Click For More
Applications For Low Income Home Energy Assitance Program, HEAP: Applications for regular HEAP benefits will be accepted in Bath at Pro Action of Steuben and Yates, Inc. located at 117 E. Steuben Street. Applications are accepted on a first come first serve basis between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm. Applications may also be filed with the Steuben County Department of Social Services at 3 E Pulteney Square in Bath between 8:30 am and 5:00 pm daily. …Click For More
Tentative And Final Tax Assessment Rolls for Steuben County Cities, Towns & Villages are available on the Steuben County website. Click – Departments & Services, Real Property Tax Service, Property Assessment Data, Final Assessment, Click I Agree, Enter Tax ID Number or Name and Address to get complete information.
LIFE, the Low-Income Forum on Energy, is a unique statewide dialogue. LIFE brings together organizations and individuals committed to addressing the challenges and opportunities facing low-income New Yorkers as they seek safe, affordable and reliable energy. . ….Click For More
Home Repair Grants Available
Have a leaky roof, septic problems, dangerous electric, need to hook up to municipal water? Bishop Sheen Housing Foundation may be able to help you out with Grant money! For more information please contact Bishop Sheen Housing 585-657-4114 or Town of Pulteney at 607-868-4222. Act today this Home Repair Program is now available to single family homeowners residing in Steuben County.
Open Burning Law The DEC’s Regulation on open burning…Click to Download
Outside Burning Regulations Questions and answers regarding the New York State Outside Burning Regulations… Click For More