Welcome to the Town of Richland's official municipal website.
The Town of Richland is unique as it is bordered by Lake Ontario's eastern shore and is located in Oswego County, NY in the heart of the Salmon River corridor. Located in the Town of Richland are the hamlets of Richland, Fernwood, and Port Ontario. The Town of Richland has much to offer from white sand beaches and state parks, four seasons of recreation, and year-round sport fishing. The pride of Richland is the state-of-the-art water system that provides award-winning water quality, serving Richland and neighboring towns. The economy is well-rounded, including everything from manufacturing to health services. The town has a rich history dating back to 1801 when it was first settled. One visit will prove that Richland consists of a close-knit family-oriented community that takes pride in its town and the people who reside in it.
To contact the Town of Richland please call (315) 298-5174.
TOWN CLERK OFFICE HOURS: Monday-Thursday 9am-4:30pm, closed 1pm-2pm for lunch, Friday 9am-1pm
WATER CLERK OFFICE HOURS: 8am-1pm Monday - Thursday
COURT OFFICE HOURS: Monday through Thursday 8am until 1pm
Court is held on the first 4 Wednesdays of the month at 5:00 pm
Click here to pay or view Town and County taxes and to obtain receipts for prior years.
National Grid is embarking on a significant project to upgrade our electricity network in our area to improve reliability and make it easier to interconnect and transmit the growing number of renewable energy sources in the region. The entire statewide transmission upgrade timeframe is aggressive—7-8 years.
- As part of the process to gain state approval for our projects, we also must explore alternate routes for our work, in case our existing routes present meaningful property issues, including the presence of property improvements (ex: sheds, barns, pools, etc.), including homes.
- In the coming weeks National Grid will begin outreach to landowners in the region, who own property along some potential alternate routes. The process to landowners includes an initial contact by National Grid, followed by contact from our real estate representatives asking for access permission and subsequent survey work, if appropriate.
TOWN BOARD MEETING