Our Town is in the process of updating its Comprehensive Plan. As a part of this, all Town taxpayers will be receiving a survey in the mail. I ask that you take a few moments to complete the survey and return it in the envelope provided. This is an important process in determining the future of our Town.
Ed Bishop, Supervisor.
Town of Mohawk Zoning Local Law
The Town of Mohawk Zoning Local Law documents are now available online. To view the zoning local law click here . Zoning map, please click this link. To view the zoning schedule click this link.
SEQR - here is the link to the SEQR form
Town of Mohawk Voucher
Here is the voucher for billing the Town of Mohawk./h4>
Board Meeting Schedules
If you would like information on when board meetings are held, please go to the top menu and the individual board tab to get that information. The Town Board meetings are held every second Thursday of the month at 7:00 PM at Town of Mohawk Town Hall, located at 2-4 Park Street, Fonda, N.Y. 12068
Judge Kathleen Buck
Court Hours - every Tuesday at 5:00 PM
Judge Curt Woodcock
Courts Hours - first, second and fourth Wednesday at 5:00 PM. Every third Tuesday at 5:00 PM
Senator Cecilia Tkaczyk
Senator Cecilia Tkaczyk will be attending our August Town Board Meeting on August 14th at the Town of Mohawk Office Building from 4:00PM - 8:00PM. We will have refreshments immediately following the meeting.
2-4 Park Street, P.O. Box 415, Fonda, NY 12068
The Town Court plays a vital role in the New York State Unified Court System. It has a broad jurisdiction and can hear both civil and criminal matters.
On the civil side the Town Courts hear actions seeking monetary awards up to $3,000 and small claims proceedings for awards up to $3,000. These courts also handle landlord/tenant matters that may result in an eviction as well as a money judgement for back rent that is due.
The Town Court is best known for it's small claims parts. Small claims proceedings are intended to provide a low-cost, simplified and informal procedure for individuals to resolve disputes involving limited monetary claims. Often individual litigants do not use an attorney in these matters and are not required to do so.
On the criminal side, these courts are authorized to handle matters involving the prosecution of misdemeanors and violations that are committed within the town's or village's geographic boundaries.
The Town Court also conducts arraignments and preliminary hearings in felony matters. In addition, the court hears Vehicle and Traffic Law misdemeanors and traffic infractions.
Town Justices are required to be on-call 24 hours a day and are often called upon to arraign misdemeanor and felony charges as well as to act as Family Court judges when Family Court is not in session. In cases involving domestic violence, the judges are also authorized to issue orders of protection.
Judge Kathleen R. Buck - every Tuesday at 5:00 PM
Judge Curt Woodcock - every first, second and third Wednesday at 5:00 PM & every third Tuesday at 5:00 PM