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A rural upstate New York community
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A BRIEF HISTORY

 

 

Brasher is a small northern New York town located in St. Lawrence County, New York, USA. The population was 2,512 at the 2010 census. The town is named after Philip Brasher, an original landowner.

 

Settlement began after 1815 as the town was organized in 1825 from the Town of Massena. In 1827, a small part of the town of Lawrence was added to Brasher. The iron industry played an important part in the early history of the town, initially mining and smelting, but later including the production of stoves and other goods.

 

There are nearly 20,000 acres of NY State owned forest lands in the town and the DEC has a maintenance facility located near Vice Rd. in Brasher Falls. Many miles of Trails are maintained in the State Forest. These trails are used for hiking, hunting, fishing, cross-country skiing, horseback riding, snowmobiling and all terrain vehicles.

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BRASHER BOND RESOLUTION DOWNLOAD

 

2020 Bond Resolution CAT Grader

 

 

BRASHER FINAL ASSESSMENT ROLL DOWNLOAD

 

2020 Final Assessment Roll

 

 

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE

 

The Town Board of the Town of Brasher, St. Lawrence County, New York will hold a Public Hearing regarding the Budget and immediately following their Regular Meeting on Thursday November 5th at 4:00 p.m. at the Town of Brasher Municipal Building, 11 Factory Street, ​Brasher Falls, NY.  All Meetings are open to the public, we are asking that you wear a mask and follow social distancing rules due to circumstances of COVID-19.  Thank you for understanding.  

SCHOOL Taxes must be paid in person at the Town of Lawrence office (11403 US HWY 11 North Lawrence) or mail to Ellen Fukes PO Box 307 Brasher Falls NY 13613
The Public can review updates on the Coronavirus at: health.ny.gov and the cdc.gov. 
Masks and Hand Sanitizer are available at Town office for Brasher Residents


***Please go to 2020census.gov to input information on your family.  It is fast, easy and important.  It will affect federal funding and appropriations for the next ten years!

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