Town of Potsdam Supervisor: Ann Carvill 

Potsdam Town Hall

The Town Hall is open between the hours of 9 AM - 4 PM, with limited access.  Enter through the front door only.  There is a dropbox at the front of the building.  

It is recommended that you call ahead for appointments.

SUPERVISOR ANN CARVILL                                         315-265-4310                                                             TOWN CLERK CINDY GOLIBER                                   315-265-3430

ASSESSOR JAMES McGUIRE                                       315-265-2810                                                               HIGHWAY JOHN KELEHER                                          315-265-3470

CODE ENFORCEMENT JEFF MURRAY                      315-265-0670                                                               TOWN COURT                                                                   315-265-4318

  • The public can contact the Assessor, Clerk, Code Officer and the Supervisor via telephone, email, or by making an appointment to have an in-person meeting.
    • Masks are required by those entering the Town Hall and well as by Town Officials who have set up meetings with the public.
    • Social distancing is required.
    • A plastic divider will separate Town official and the public.
    • Extra face masks are currently available should one be needed by a visitor.
    • All pre-scheduled meetings between Town officials and members of the public will be held in the Community Room.
    • The drop box and the vestibule continue to be available to the public.


 1.       State agencies;

2.       Local governments and special districts;

3.       Federally recognized Tribal Nations;

4.       Certain types of private nonprofit (PNP) organizations:

a.       Critical PNPs – PNPs that own or operate a facility that provides a critical service, e.g., hospitals and emergency care facilities, fire & rescue emergency services, educational facilities (including colleges both public or private), nursing homes, laboratories, and rehab centers that provide medical care.

b.      Non-critical but essential PNPs – PNPs that own or operate a facility that provides a non-critical, but essential social service AND provides those services to the general public, e.g., senior citizen centers, homeless shelters, community centers, child care facilities, food assistance programs, performing arts facilities, and houses of worship.

Dear Potential Applicant:

 On March 20, 2020, the State of New York received a Major Disaster Declaration FEMA-4480-DR from President Trump for the COVID-19 Incident. The incident started on January 20, 2020, and is ongoing. The declaration authorizes public assistance for Category B Emergency Protective Measures.

 The Office of Disaster Recovery at the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services has scheduled virtual Applicants Briefs for February 3, 2021 – April 7, 2021 via WebEx. The Applicants Briefs provide eligible applicants with the information needed to: (a) participate in the disaster as Public Assistance applicants; and, (b) submit for reimbursement for FEMA-eligible expenditures incurred as a result of the COVID-19 virus. To register for one of the applicant briefings, please click on the registration link next to your preferred date and time. Once you register for the applicant briefing, you will receive a confirmation with the teleconference login as well as the WebEx login. You will also receive a confirmation email with this information. The duration of the WebEx should be approximately 1 hour.





February 3, 2021

1:00 PM EST


March 3, 2021

1:00 PM EST


April 7, 2021

1:00 PM EST


 Attached please find the Public Assistance Applicant Briefing announcement. The slide presentation can be found on the DHSES Recovery Website by going to the following link:


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