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The next regular Town Board meeting will be Nov. 29,  2017 at 6:30 p.m. The Town Hall will be closed ...
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Welcome to the
Town of Lyons

Brian-Manktelow
Brian Manktelow Town Supervisor

As elected officials of the Town of Lyons, we are excited about creating a thriving, healthy quality of life for the Lyons community, and about keeping the flavor of our town’s fascinating historical heritage very much alive.

We strive to offer great business opportunities and are dedicated to promoting a sustainable economic viability while still maintaining the historical small town charm of Lyons. Whether you are a resident or a visitor, you’ll find a strong sense of community and cooperation as we all work toward preserving, protecting, and developing the beautiful architecture, parks, and trails which contribute to the atmosphere of this canal side town.

The Lyons, NY website is the result of cooperative efforts from Town, Village, Chamber of Commerce, as well as local businesses and organizations. This Town page has been developed to bring you the most important governmental in formation, including a library of minutes from previous Town Board meetings as well as a compilation of forms which you may find useful.

As always, I am available to answer your questions or concerns about the Town of Lyons. I can be reached at the Town Hall most days at 315-946-6252 ext. 17. In addition, my monthly Supervisor Report can be found on this web site. Simply click the link on the left side of this page.

Once you have found the answer to your immediate question, we do hope that you will take the time to browse the rest of the Lyons site to learn more about our history, local businesses, organizations, festivals, and other community events. We look forward to your future visits, comments, and recommendations for improvement.

Respectfully yours,
Brian Manktelow
Lyons Town Supervisor