HOW DO I REPORT A STREET LIGHT THAT IS OUT OR FLICKERING ON AND OFF?
Please call the Village Office at 896-4514 or email the Clerk at email@example.com
You will need the pole number and/or the nearest address to the pole. The Clerk will contact National Grid.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN WHEN THE VILLAGE ISSUES A BOIL WATER ORDER?
A "Boil Water Order" is issued by a municipality when the county health department determines that there is a potential threat of contaminants entering the water supply.
Water users are asked to boil their water for two minutes before using it for drinking or cooking. The order is usually issued due to a water main break, scheduled water repairs or a loss of disinfectant (chlorine) in the system. Orders remain in effect until water samples collected confirm the water is free from contaminants, typically 48 hours after water is restored.
Water may safely be used for showering or bathing as long as care is taken not to ingest the water. Elderly, young children and immunocompromised individuals should refrain from these activities until the order is lifted. Do not use the water for washing fruits and vegetables unless it has been boiled for two minutes and cooled. Water may be used for washing clothes unless it is discolored. Do not use the water for hand washing dishes. Using a dishwasher using hot water temperatures of 170 or higher is an acceptable sanitation technique.
Customers are also advised against using any water that appears cloudy or discolored, especially hot water, since such usage will draw the water into the hot water tank, and customers will have to flush the tank until clear. Customers should also avoid washing their clothes in discolored water, since it may contain sediments that could permanently stain their laundry.
HOW DO I GET A HANDICAPPED PARKING PERMIT?
If you live within the village limits you may get a handicapped parking permit from the Village Clerk. If you live outside the village you must see the Trenton Town Clerk. Applications are available at either clerk's office. You must bring in the application signed by your doctor or a prescription from your doctor saying you are eligible for a permit. Permits can be temporary (6 months) or permanent (up to 5 years).
HOW DO I LICENSE MY DOG?
All dog licenses are issued by the Trenton Town Clerk. License forms are available at the Town Clerk's office or from the NYS Department of Agriculture & Markets website: http://www.agmkt.state.ny.us/AI/Doglic.html
HOW DO I OBTAIN A COPY OF BIRTH, DEATH, MARRIAGE RECORDS OR OTHER GENEOLOGICAL RECORDS?
The Trenton Town Clerk is the Registrar of Vital Statisitics for the Town of Trenton and the villages of Barneveld, Prospect and Holland Patent. Application forms for these records are availalbe on the town website: http://town.trenton.ny.us/content/PermitsFormsLicenses
DOES THE VILLAGE PROVIDE GARBAGE PICK UP?
Village residents are required to contract with a private garbage contractor. Recyclables, used appliances, construction debris, and other items may be taken to the Town of Trenton Recycling Center. For more information on what items are accepted and hours of operation consult the town website: