The Town of Pittsfield is a mix of hamlets and small communities that coexist along the western border of Otsego County, the southern tip of New York's picturesque Mohawk Valley Region. The township extends over 37 square miles and was settled during the latter half of the 1700’s. For more information about Pittsfield history, please see the Historical Society Page.
Town of Pittsfield & Its Boundaries
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Read About Pittsfield's Colorful History
Take a look at some of our Town History published by The Gazette courtesy of the Historical Society. You can read the articles as they become available by visiting the the Historical Society Page.
Otsego County Launches Ambulance Service Pilot Program
COOPERSTOWN, NY (WSKG)|Nov 16, 2021 — Otsego County recently unveiled its new ambulance service. The county is using federal stimulus funding from the American Rescue Plan to pay for the pilot program.
The new program will employ 20 EMTs and two ambulances that are equipped with the latest technology. This endeavor is meant to support a network of volunteer services across the county where the average amount of time to get to a hospital can be as long as 2 hours and 3 minutes according to the 911 Director. Read the full story at WSKG
The Town Board meets at the Town Offices, 175 State Highway 80, on the 2nd Monday of the month at 630PM.
Planning Board & Assessment Review Board Opportunities
If interested, please contact the Town Clerk or feel free to attend one of our monthly meetings to find out more.
*(not the implementation of zoning)
The New 3011 4wd 2010 KME Pumper
Loaded and in Service!
Phone /Fax: (607) 847-9885
175 State Highway 80
Pittsfield, NY 13411
PO Box 915, Pittsfield, NY 13411
The Town Clerk will not have office hours
December 21 through December 28, 2022
Hunting & Fishing Licenses now available from the Town Clerk
Hawks Road Repaired and Open!
For more projects and photos, please visit the Highway Department Page or click the above image.
June 13, 2022
A Roadmap for Success
The Town of Pittsfield unveiled a blueprint for the creation of a comprehensive plan. This plan will allow Pittsfield to effectively develop in a way that protects valued resources, defines growth paths and fosters a distinctive sense of place through a partnership of its residents and local government. It will be a living, dynamic guide to use when making decisions about the growth and development of Pittsfield ensuring a strong, vibrant and enduring community.
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July 29, 2022 - Pittsfield applies for a NYS Smart Growth Grant to fund the 2022 Comprehensive Plan
Town-Wide Reassessment Project
The Town of Pittsfield, has accepted a proposal from Emminger, Newton, Pigeon & Magyar, Inc. to provide professional assessment evaluation services as part of a town-wide reassessment project, to be completed for the 2024 roll year.
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Reflections of Pittsfield
The remarkable images above depicting Pittsfield's past, come courtesy of the Historical Society and are from three beautiful calendars they prepared and produced in the years 2003, 2004 and 2005. Copies of the images are available for download from the Historical Society page or by clicking here. More will follow.
*** Attention All Pittsfield Residents ***
If you have an interest in serving on either the Planning Board or Board of Assessment Review, please let us know by contacting the Town Clerk.
The Highway Department
Currently has Openings for Employment.
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Free Rabies Shot Clinics
Click the SPCA link below for more information
Road Work & Driving Safely
Some of you have undoubtedly noticing the road and culvert improvements made by our Highway Department. The roads are uniform, smooth and a comfortable ride. So, it's easy to drive a bit too fast without realizing it. Please drive with reasonable speed and care to protect our residents, their children and their livestock. You also protect yourself. Remember too, that our highway workers are always out there and deserve courtesy and a safe environment.
The Town currently has vacancy's on the Board of Assessment Review and the Planning Board. If you have an interest in participating in our Town Government, please contact the Town Clerk.