frequently asked questions
welcome to minetto, new york
The Town of Minetto was incorporated in 1916 in Oswego County, New York, and has an estimated population of 1,556. The hamlet of Minetto, the only settlement in the Town, is located to the south of the City of Oswego, overlooking the Oswego River. A waterfront community, perfect for fishing and boating, Minetto offers residents a rural setting, surrounded by historic homes and expansive trees and ponds cut through the neighborhoods. Minetto Elementary School, part of the Oswego City School District, is located in the community, as well as numerous small businesses, and other retail offerings.
When is the Town Clerk's office available?
Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 8:30am - 11:30 am & 1pm - 4pm
Wednesday 5pm - 8pm
How can I pay my real property taxes for the Town and County?
Checks should be made payable to Town of Minetto. By mail you can send to Town of Minetto Attn: Tax Collector, PO Box 220, Minetto, New York 13115. Cash & Check payments will be accepted at the Town Hall during the tax collection hours as stated on bill.
When is Town Court held? What is contact number?
Court is held at the Town Hall the first and third Wednesday at 5:30 PM
Phone: (315) 326-0030 Fax: (315) 326-4315
COURT CLOSED: Due to the recent Coronavirus pandemic, town court will not be in regular session. All matters are administratively adjourned until further notice. Upon resumption of the regular court sessions, defendants will be contacted by the court personnel at a future date. Should you have any questions you may contact 315-326-0030
When enjoying Minetto's parks, please practice social safe distancing guidelines
and wear your face mask. Be safe and enjoy. Thank you.
TOWN OF MINETTO LEGAL/PUBLIC NOTICES
- Water Chestnut Treatment Notification
- Earthern Embankment Integrity Program
- Local Law Establishing Dog Licensing Fees
- Local Law Planning Board Members
- New York State DEC Notice of Completion 7/7/20
ATTENTION: Work is being done on County Road 31 (Dumas Rd) in Minetto. The road will be closed for several days to replace culverts. Please avoid this area until work can be completed. If you live on this road, proceed with caution. The inconvenience will be worth the wait.
Oswego County and the Census