Announcements & News

Public Notices & News

Employment Opportunities

Highway - MEO: Highway Dept has an opening for a full time MEO. Must have CDL license and experience operating equipment. For more information call 518-494-2115 ext 20.  Applications available at Horicon Community Center.

Bookkeeper: Part-time position, 20-30 hours per week, with a flexible schedule. Requires good knowledge of the practices of governmental accounting, auditing, modern account keeping and bookkeeping principles and techniques.  Duties include, but not limited to: preparing financial reports and journal entries, processing payroll, and other related duties as required. Demonstrated experience with Excel and Word required.   For additional information contact 518-494-3647.  Send letter of interest and resume to or to Town Clerk, PO Box 90, Brant Lake, NY  12815.

ZBA Alternate:  Town of Horicon is seeking members of the community to serve as alternates on the Zoning Board of Appeals.  Applicants must be primary residents of Town of Horicon. Please send letters of interest and applications to:  Town Clerk, PO Box 90, Brant Lake, NY  12815, or email to For more information call 518-494-4643.

Employment Application

North Country Ministry Clothing Center program

Mill Pond Improvement plan - revised 2-28-23

Brant Lake Association Notification

Warren County Creates New Cell Phone Emergency Notification App click here for more information
We strongly encourage all residents to install this new app that will allow us to communicate with you during emergencies or to send general public safety information.  Please install it and explore its many features.

Public Notices...

Press Release - Emerald Ash Borer Infestation

De-icer safety and best practices

Heat Smart Incentives

Covid test kits and masks are available at the Horicon Community Center

From Warren County - Updates and Information

Town of Horicon First Wilderness Plan

Welcome to Horicon

The Town of Horicon is located in Northern Warren County, New York and includes the hamlets of Adirondack and Brant Lake.

Our home is a quiet but spectacular place. On spring mornings, the fog lifts off our lakes and ponds to reveal the rugged beauty of the Southern Adirondacks. Summer brings fun and excitement as we welcome visitors and summertime residents as they enjoy our lakes and mountains... More→

Town of Horicon Mission Statement...
To provide ethically driven quality professional public services to all residents, businesses and visitors and pledge a commitment to highly responsible environmental and financial stewardship.

Community Center Office Contact List:
(Building hours:  8am to 3pm daily, individual department office hours as listed below)

Supervisor:  518-494-3647
(Normal office hours:  Mon-Fri from 8am to 3pm)

Assessor:  518-494-4198
(Public office hours:  Monday and Wednesday  9am - 2pm)

Zoning & Planning Dept (Building Dept):  518-494-4245
(Normal office hours:  Mon, Wed, & Friday from 9am - 2pm / Tues & Thurs by appointment)

Town Clerk/Tax Collector:  518-494-4643
(Normal office hours:  Mon-Fri from 8am to 3pm)

Court:  518-494-7958 
(call for office hours)

Highway Dept:  518-494-2115

Landfill:  518-494-7906
(Open Tues, Thurs, Sat, Sun 8am-3:45pm) 

Food Pantry:  518-494-9675
(Mon-Fri 8am to 3pm)

Horicon Free Public Library518-494-4189 / Visit for more information





Meeting Agendas & Minutes

Town Board meetings are held the third Thursday of the month at 6:00 pm.
Town Board meeting Thur, June 15, 2023 at 6:00 pm:
Public hearing for proposed Local Law amending Horicon Zoning Law:
Planning Board meeting:  May 17, 2023
ZBA Meeting:  May 16, 2023


Supervisor's Message

Michael N. Geraci

Horicon Town Supervisor

Supervisor’s Welcome

Supervisor’s Welcome… On behalf of our Town Board and team of dedicated employees, I welcome you to the Town of Horicon’s official website! Whether you are a town resident or an interested visitor, this site is designed to provide you with timely and accurate information with a goal to increase public interaction. Check back oftenContinue reading →

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Invasive Species Awareness

Stop aquatic hitchhikers signThe Town of Horicon along with many other Adirondack communities, large and small is committed to helping prevent the spread of invasive species in the Adirondacks. The health and quality of our woods and waters is vital to our economy and the well-being of our residents and visitors. We encourage everyone to follow the NYS guidelines for making sure your boat and other watercraft are free of invasive species. Clean, drain and dry protocols are critically important to protecting our lakes, ponds and rivers from the threat of unwanted aquatic plants and animals. Read More→


The Town of Horicon offers a variety of services to benefit both our residents and visitors.
Please contact our Town Hall at 518-494-3647 for additional information.

Local Government

The Town Board, consisting of 4 council members and the Town Supervisor, oversees the...


Town Clerk & Tax Collection

Historically, The Town Clerk is a direct link between the residents and local government...


Zoning & Planning / Building Department

The Building Department along with our Zoning & Planning Boards are important components of our town government...



The Assessor is charged with the responsibility of assessing real property in the town for...


Town Court

The Horicon Town Court has jurisdiction over broad range of matters including civil cases...


Highway Department

The Highway Department is responsible for maintaining approximately 52 miles of...


Transfer & Recycling

The Town is committed to the environment through waste reduction and recycling...


Food Pantry

Town residents who meet eligibility requirements can receive monthly food distribution...



The Horicon Free Public Library began as a home-based reading center...



There are 7 Town Cemeteries and all are available to both residents and non-residents...


Please enjoy this video about Horicon...


We welcome your inquiries about the Town of Horicon. Please refer to the contact list below
or use the handy e-mail form to send us a message. We will respond promptly.


6604 State Route 8
P.O. Box 90
Brant Lake, NY 12815

Tel: (518) 494-3647
Fax: (518) 494-7721