The Town Information Specialist is responsible for writing press releases and coordinating with members of the media and town officials, developing web content, exhibit designs, booklets, pamphlets, flyers and articles for public distribution, designing and publishing town initiatives and departmental announcements, and collecting, assembling and compiling information on internal and external activities.
This office will additionally head special projects designated by the Town Supervisor and Town Board as well as work with Department Heads to ensure the successful implementation of internal, external and community projects.
The Town of Clifton Park, in partnership with Clifton Park Center and 3N Document Destruction, will host its Fall Town Paper Shredding Day on Sunday, October 2nd from 1pm-3pm in the Clifton Park Center parking lot near the DMV and Boscovs.
The Town recently went "live" with their new CitizenServe Permitting Software to automate and simplify the permit application, review, resubmittal, approval, and inspection process. In the Citizenserve Portal, residents, businesses, and property owners will be able to digitally complete and submit a Site Plan, Subdivision, Lot Line Adjustment, and Special Use Permit applications.
Users will also be able to upload plan drawings and required documents, check application review status, pay fees, and schedule inspections. The portal is compatible with most technological devices - phones, tablets, laptops, and desktop computers. Anyone can log in anytime and anywhere - from their office, home, or the job site. Applications for Building Permits, through the Building Department along with Sign Permits, and Variances through the Zoning Board of Appeals are currently being developed and will be available online shortly.
The Clifton Knolls 2022 Leaf Pick-Up Schedule will begin on Monday, October 24, 2022 and will continue through Friday, December 2, 2022, depending upon the weather. There will be no pick-up on Tuesday, November 8 (Election Day), Friday, November 11 (Veterans Day), Thursday, November 24 (Thanksgiving Day), and Friday, November 25. There will be no extensions expected beyond December 2, 2022. If conditions allow, however, and if sufficient leaves have been raked to the curb, the Town Highway Dept. may start picking up leaves a few days earlier than the scheduled start date of October 24. Please be aware that the last week of the schedule is completely dependent upon the weather, since an early snowstorm or frozen conditions could shut down pickup operations for the season earlier than planned. Be advised that procrastination or waiting for the last week to start leaf gathering could result in missing out on leaf pickup if winter conditions arrive earlier than normally anticipated. Please note that the Mill Creek development is not included in the leaf collection district.