- Ambulance Corps
- Assessment Information
- Boards & Committees
- Bottle & Can Recycling Center
- Building Permits
- Burning Permits
- Camping Permits
- Community Event Form
- Community Groups
- Community Hall/Pavilion Rental
- Educational Facilities
- Fire Company
- Food Pantry
- Laws & Ordinances
- Local Business Info
- Meal Site for Seniors
- New York State Officials
- Oak Mt Ski Center
- Photos Around Town
- Public Safety
- Religious Organizations
- US Senators/Congressman for New York State
- Youth Program
Note that there is an index to the Wells town web site, it is on the right side of every page and is intended to make navigation easy.
What are the businesses in town? Click on "Local Business Info"
What was that new town law? Click on "Laws and Ordinances"
What's the agenda for a town board meeting? Click on "Meetings"
What happened at a meeting? Click on "Minutes"
Who do I call? Click on "Departments"
What's going on? Click on "Calendars"
.....and lots more!
Included on the "Home Page" is a summary of upcoming events and links to a web camera that allows one to see current outside conditions as well as current Wells weather and forecast
Upcoming Events, see calendar and below for details ....
9/9 Hunter Safety CLass - 8 am -5 pm - Commmunity Hall
9/9 A memoir of Virginia Hosley - 3 PM - Library
9/11 Town Board Meeting - 7 PM
9/12 Primary Election - Noon - 9 PM
9/13 Senior Business Meeting - 12:45
9/16 Town Picnic - Noon - 5 PM
9/17 Hosley Library Concert Series - Jim Gaudet and the Railroad Boys - 3 PM - St Anns
9/22 Senior trip to the balloon festival = 1 PM
9/23 Revival - "The Dammed River Band" - 7 PM
9/24 Holy Land Slide Show - St Ann's Parish House - 2 PM
9/30 Revival - Jam Session - 7 PM
10/29 Revival - Haunted Classics - 3 PM
10/31 Halloween - Trick or treat - 6-8 PM
11/25 Annual tree lighting & craft sale - Noon - 8 PM (Tree & Santa @ 6 PM)
12/17 Revival - Liaisons Pleasantes - 3 PM
Welcome to our website!
Established on April 1, 1805, the Town of Wells has followed many footprints. Progress has altered its initial appearance but the town's ability to sustain despite struggles remains in step with the first footprints made. Wells continues, a wonderful community that has retained the simple pleasures and family atmosphere of small town life. The town offers this website as a means of communicating important information and events with its residents and other members of the general public. It is constantly being updated so check back often.
Link to the Town of Wells 2017 Final Assessment Roll:
The Town of Wells 2016 Annual Water Quality Report is now available to the public. The report may be viewed by clicking Department Pages, Water Department, Documents.
July 19, 2017
National Grid has asked for permission to raise rates, the original amount would have been 21% but recently a revised amount was published but even the revision would mean a sizable increase. The link below is a recent article from the Albany Times Union on the adjusted increase
The Public Service Commission is looking for comments from customers on this rate increase request, comments can be emailed to:
Kathleen H. Burgess at firstname.lastname@example.org
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