Town Hall Closed To Public

The Pomfret Town Hall is closed to the public until further notice due to COVID-19.
All Correspondence can be placed in the locked and secure drop box in the front of Town Hall.


2021 Town/County Tax Collection

The Town of Pomfret will begin collecting the 2021 Town/County tax bills on Wednesday, January 6th.
Collection times are Monday thru Friday, 8:00 A.M.- 4:00P.M. at the Town Clerks Office.
A secure, locked Drop box has been newly installed for the safety of all residents and employees. This Drop Box is located to the left of Town Hall door. Any and all payments received will be mailed a 'PAID' Receipt.

Tax payments can be paid without penalty until Feb. 4, 2021.

Pomfret Offices are Open to the Public

Masks will be required for all person who enter Town Hall, each person will be asked to sign in for tracing purposes, and will be advised to practice social distancing. When you arrive, and there is someone in the lobby, please wait outside until the person exits.

We  encourage all dog license renewals, water/sewer bills, building permits, handicap accessible tags, etc. be done thru the USPS or utilize the Pomfret Drop Box located out front of Town Hall,  9 Day Street, Fredonia, to minimize the traffic within Town Hall.

Please note: anything received thru the USPS or the Pomfret Drop Box at Town Hall will be sent a receipt the day it is processed.


Carbon Monoxide Safety Reminders

As we gather this holiday season, NYS Division of Consumer Protection wants to help keep you safe. In light of the public health crisis and with winter approaching, families are spending more time at home then ever. Did you know that many deaths due to carbon monoxide poisoning occur during the winter months? Learn how to stay safe this year by following the tips below, provided in partnership with the Consumer Protection Safety Commission (CPSC):

Carbon Monoxide – Known as the invisible killer, carbon monoxide leaks are undetectable as they are odorless and colorless. Prevention is key, and can be done by taking the following measures:
  • Install a battery-operated or battery-backed carbon monoxide detector. Replace batteries once a year in all CO alarms on every level of your home and outside sleeping area. Note that this is different from your smoke alarm.
  • Have your home heating systems (including chimneys and vents) inspected and serviced annually by a trained service technician.
  • Never use portable generators inside homes or garages, even if doors and windows are open. Use generators outside only, at least 20 feet away from your home.
  • Never use a gas range or oven for heating.
  • Open the fireplace damper before lighting a fire and keep it open until the ashes are cool. An open damper may help prevent build-up of poisonous gases inside the home.
  • Know the symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning: headache, dizziness, weakness, nausea, vomiting, sleepiness, and confusion. These symptoms can be mistaken for the flu. If you suspect CO poisoning, get outside to fresh air immediately, and then call 911.
  • NEVER ignore a beeping CO alarm. If the CO alarm rings, get outside immediately, and call 911.
You can find these and more tips by checking out the Consumer Protection Safety Commission website at . You can also find more information at the Division of Consumer Protection website at


Senior Guidance Information

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Pomfret Town Board

Supervisor Daniel Pacos
Councilwoman/Deputy Supervisor Ann Eckman
Councilman John Sedota
Councilman Brett Christy
Councilman Christopher Schaeffer