Welcome to Edinburg!
The Town of Edinburg has declared a State of Emergency due to the coronavirus outbreak. The town offices are closed to the public, minimizing direct contact with anyone for the well-being of all.
Anyone needing assistance please contact the town hall via telephone at 518-863-2034, email at email@example.com or fax to 518-863-2985 and you will be contacted. The Community Center is also closed and the Congregate Senior Meal Site is closed. Home delivered meals will be delivered by the Saratoga County Office of the Aging. No outside groups will be using the facilities during the shutdown.
Garbage and Recycling will be collected on the normal schedule. The Recycling Center and Transfer Station will be open on Friday and Saturday from 9:00 to 3:00 (Closed Saturday July 4th) for disposal of garbage and recycling ONLY.
The reuse area and book lending area will be closed. Residents are asked to dispose of their items and NOT PARK or linger at the center and to avoid close contact with the employees or other users.
The health and safety of our employees, residents and visitors at this difficult time is our concern. We ask that everyone use good judgment, wash your hands frequently, and maintain safe social distances.
Please support our local businesses.
For Additional Information on Coronavirus/Covid-19 go to the Saratoga County Web Page at:
The Town of Edinburg is located within the Adirondack Park on the shores of the Great Sacandaga Lake in northwestern Saratoga County, NY.
The first recorded settlers arrived in the Sacandaga River Valley area via Fish House in 1787. The lake (Sacandaga Reservoir) was created in 1929 by the construction of the Conklingville Dam.
Today the shores of the reservoir, renamed the Great Sacandaga Lake in the 60's are dotted with hundreds and hundreds of seasonal and year-round homes. The town is divided by the lake and is connected by the 3000' Batchellerville Bridge.
The area offers boating and water sports, snowmobiling and winter sports. The nearby Adirondack Mountains provide hiking and camping opportunities. Edinburg is within 35 minutes of Saratoga Springs, 45 minutes of Lake George and 1 hour from Albany.
Edinburg Town Hall - 45 Military Road - Edinburg, New York - 12134 - (518) 863-2034
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