Town Clerk Hours:
Monday - 2 PM - 6 PM
Tuesday - 9 AM - 1 PM
Wednesday - 9 AM - 1 PM
Thursday - 2 PM - 6 PM
Closed Friday May-17-Sept 06
Tuesday - 2 PM - 6 PM
Thursday - 2 PM - 6 PM
Code Enforcement Officer
Tuesday - 3 PM - 6 PM
Thursday - 8 AM - 11 AM
Beginning May 17, 2013 & through September 06, 2013 the Town Clerk's Office will be closed on Fridays. If anyone needs something, please call me at home. My number is 936-4084.
Annual Election and Budget Vote Tuesday, May 21st, Caton Town Hall-11:00 am to 8 pm
The Board of Assessment Review will meet on May 28th from 1 to 8 pm. Any questions, please call Ann Balch at 524-6303 ext # 2.
It has come to the attention of the Caton Volunteer Fire Department that there are several residences in the Town of Caton that do not have their assigned 9-1-1 numbers posted on their homes or structures or mailboxes. Posting these numbers is very important, as it may make a difference in saving your life or life of a loved one. Said 9-1-1 numbers displayed on a structure need to be in reflective material and must be no less than four inches in height. Mailbox and mailbox post 9-1-1 numbers also need to be reflective and no less than three inches in height. You can order a custom made,100% reflective sign completely ready with numbers at a cost of $15 each in a green or blue color through the Caton Fire Department. Order forms are at the Clerk's Office in the Caton Town Hall. Also note that there is a Local Law that was adopted in July of 2000 by the Caton Town Board requiring home owners to post assigned 9-1-1 structure numbers and is enforceable by any police officer or local constable or local code enforcement officer. Please remember that if an emergency service of any kind cannot find you they also cannot help you.
Christie Speciale from Tanner's PAWS. Christie may be reached at the following toll-free number: 1-855-326-3647.
Presho United Methodist Church 1727 Indian Hills Road, Painted Post NY 607-523-7250 A variety of free food is distributed every Thursday from 4:30 to 5:30 pm to Lindley and Caton residents who are in need. Proof of residency is required at sign-up.
Welcome to the Town of Caton web site.
Read the announcements on the sidebar for the most urgent news!
The assessor's April 24 informational meeting presentation is under the Tab Information and Assessor reports
2013 Tentative Assessment Values are now available - Go to the Links Tab to view - Caton Assessement Property Data
New content - We will put a notice here whenever we've created new pages with information you can use. On "go-live" day, our new content is:
Coming Soon: a listing of local businesses so that you can support your neighbors by shopping local (call the town hall if you would like your Caton Resident business information listed on this site)
You can contribute content: If you have information to contribute to our web site, please call or E-mail Don Haussener (Catontownhall@stny.rr.com) or Avonne Dickerson (email@example.com) for instructions. We welcome more community and historic information
The Town of Caton is a rural community in southeast Steuben County, NY. Population about 2000 with many farms and rural homes.