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I would like to thank everyone for attending our Memorial Day service and paying tribute to our veterans that gave their lives so we as Americans are able to enjoy the freedom our great country offers. I want thank all who took part in our parade, your hard work in preparing is what makes our parade so special. I hope everyone enjoyed the morning; I was honored to be part of our service and spending time with you afterwards for refreshments. I am proud to be a resident and the Supervisor of this great town. Don’t forget to take a look at the photo gallery of pictures from our service.

I want to also let you know that there will be a Memorial Service on 9-11-15 to remember all who lost their lives on 9-11-2001. This program will be organized by Jody Feidt of the Colden Fire Company. On 11-8-15 there will be a parade in honor of our living veterans with a service at the military wall after the parade. The parade and service are organized by the Living Stone Masonic Lodge #255 located on Lower East Hill Road. I hope you can save these dates and attend both events.

Have a great summer!!

Jim DePasquale

things-to-knowThings to Know –




2014 AUD: T_Colden 2014 AUD

Town of Colden: Public Notice – 2015 – tax collection

arrow-icon2015 Final Assessment Roll – Colden 2015 Final Roll

    2015 Tentative Assessment Roll – Colden Tentative Roll 2015

arrow-icon2014 Final Assessment RollColden 2014 Final Roll


Click on link to see 2015 Adopted Budget: 2015 Budget WIP-Adopted


Click on link to see information about NYS Emergency Preparedness:



Click on link to see Audit Report: Colden Master PDF – AUDIT

D&M – Audit Review

Click on link to see Gas Drilling Report: Gas Drilling Report

about-iconA little about the Town of Colden, New York

Colden was founded by a man named Richard Buffum. He left Rhode Island with his children and some others to move west in order to find a new home. They carried everything in an ox cart, and a some of the possessions they took with them are still in existence today. They settled in what is present day Colden. Buffum purchased 2,000 acres of land from the Holland Purchase Company.