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2021 News Archives

Warren County is lifting its restricted access policy at Warren County Municipal Center effective Monday, April 12.     Members of the public will be able to visit county agencies in-person during regular business hours, provided they adhere to COVID-related safety protocols that include mask/face…
The Warren County Board of Supervisors has formally adopted the Warren County Sheriff's Office "reform and reinvention" plan, per New York guidelines. Sheriff Jim LaFarr's plan can be found here, for anyone…
How good (or bad) is your Internet service in Warren County? The Warren County Board of Supervisors and Warren County Economic Development Corp. are seeking the help of county residents and businesses to assess the breadth and reliability of broadband coverage. The county and EDC will survey…
Lake George Central School, Warren County and businesses from around the region came together Wednesday, March 24 to make sure that the local workforce is ready for the busy summer season. It’s a program that other school districts in Warren County will be able to use to match students with…
Pioneering Women in Warren County WCHS exhibits document women’s roles   To say Drs. Annie Hull and Annetta Barber were important women in early 1900s Warren County would be an understatement. Both women were physicians in the Glens Falls area at a time when women doctors were almost unheard of…
Warren County is accepting applications from organizations or event representatives that are seeking funding for promotion through the Warren County Occupancy Tax program. Find the applications attached here. If you have questions, call 518-761-6366 or email grantl@warrencountyny.gov. The deadline…
Warren County Board of Elections will accept in-person filing of 2021 election designating petitions beginning on March 22, and running through March 25, at the agency’s office in the Human Services Building at Warren County Municipal Center. Staff will be on hand between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. on…
Warren County Office of Emergency Services wants to advise Warren County residents that New York State’s annual spring “burn ban” is in effect until May 14. The ban is put in place each year to lessen the chance of wildfires, as dry brush that is susceptible to fire is exposed with the melting of…
WARREN County to Participate in Statewide STOP-DWI St. Patrick’s Day Crackdown Enforcement Effort Impaired Driving Crackdown runs March 16 – March 20 Warren County Sheriff Jim LaFarr and Glens Falls Police Chief Joe Boisclair announced today that both police agencies will participate in a special…
Warren County would like to remind residents that the deadline for public comments on the Warren County Sheriff’s Office “reform and reinvention” report is March 8. The state-mandated report, and the public comments on it, will be considered for adoption by the Warren County Board of Supervisors…
We are happy to announce that Warren County has created a new COVID-19 vaccination "waiting list" for Warren and Hamilton counties residents ages 60 and over.   Those interested can sign up via computer, email or by phone. Those who…
Warren County Department of Public Works has organized two hazardous household waste collection events for later this year for Warren County residents. The first will occur Saturday, April 24, at the Queensbury Town Highway Garage on Bay Road in Queensbury, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The second is set…
The Warren County Board of Supervisors held 12 committee meetings earlier this week. Here are highlights of what was discussed: A proposed law that would require property owners near waterbodies to have their septic systems inspected before selling or transferring their property was tabled by…