Minetto

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welcome to minetto, new york

How do I get a building permit or who do I call?
Our building permit application is available by clicking here or you can contact Code Enforcement Officer Rob Ramsey with any questions at 315.343-5173 or code@townofminetto.com.

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 5:00pm-8:00pm
Tuesday 5:00pm-8:00pm
Thursday 5:00pm-8:00pm

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

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When is the Town Hall Open?Monday & Wednesday 8:00am - 5:30pm
Tuesday & Thursday 8:00am - 5:00pm
CLOSED Friday

Click here to learn more about Minetto's Little Free Library

What are the Town phone numbers?

Town Clerk/Tax Collector: 315-343-2303

Court: 315-326-0030

Assessor: 315-558-2171

Code Enforcement: 315-343-5173

Town Hall: 315-343-2393

Download: 2022 Oswego County Rabies Clinic Schedule.pdf

The ZBA monthly meeting scheduled for Tuesday 6/18/24 is cancelled. The next regular monthly meeting is scheduled for Tuesday 7/16/24 at 7pm, if necessary.
**Town of Minetto Military Banner Project by Oswego County Federal Credit Union Information**
Pricing as follows and click on link below for instructions and to REGISTER for a banner!

Registration is now open. Credit Union member's cost is $99.00 Non-Credit Union member's is $129.00 Renewal of a previous banner (no changes) deduct $15.00 from above cost.

Download: Military Tribute Banner Project Instructions.pdf

Download: Military Tribute Banner Project Instructions.pdf

Notice of PUBLIC HEARING/MEETING
Town of Minetto Planning Board will conduct a Public Hearing
Tuesday, June 11th, 2024, 6:15PM
Minetto Town Hall 6 Community Drive Minetto NY 13115
For the Purpose of Approval for Subdivision at 222 West Myers Road -Oswego NY 13126

The Public is invited to attend.
LEGAL NOTICE
Town of Minetto
Notice of Completion of the Tentative Assessment Roll

(pursuant to Section 506 and Article 15A Section 1526, of Real Property Tax Law)    



Hearings of Complaints: Notice is hereby given that the Assessor for the Town of Minetto, County of Oswego, has completed the Tentative Assessment Roll for the current year.  A copy thereof was filed on or about May 1, 2024, with the Town Clerk’s office in the Town Municipal Building, where it may be seen anytime during Town Clerk’s office hours.  The Assessor will be in attendance with the assessment inventory, valuation data, and the tentative roll at the municipal building on Monday, May 6th  (4:00 PM – 8:00 PM), Monday, May 13th (4:00 PM – 8:00 PM), Friday, May 17th (2:00 PM – 6:00 PM), and Saturday, May 18th (by appointment only).
Grievance Day is Tuesday, May 28, 2024, (2:00 PM-4:00 PM and 6:00 PM-8:00 PM) in the Town Municipal Building.  The Board of Assessment Review (BAR) will meet with you at this time to hear and examine all verified written complaints.  You may also mail your complaint for review, but it must be received by the BAR no later than the day the BAR meets to hear complaints.
If you file your complaint four business days before the BAR meets, the Board is required to grant the Assessor’s request for an adjournment to allow the Assessor to prepare a response to the complaint.  The failure to file your complaint on time closes off your right for administrative and judicial review.
Warren J Wheeler, IAO
Assessor
Dated: May 1, 2023