PO Box 391

Croghan, NY  13327




No Parking on Village Streets  read more

Shovel Fire Hydrants read more

 We appreciate all the snow sled sledders that come into our village using many of our services. Please remember to be courteous, drive slowly on village streets, do not ride the sidewalks, and do not rev your engines so it is disruptive to the peace of the village.

 No parking on village streets from 2AM to 7AM Nov.1 thru April 1st

      Residents must keep their fire hydrants clear of snow during the winter months.

      Dog Control Local Law- It shall be unlawful for any owner of any dog to permit such dog, in the Village of Croghan to : cause damage or destruction to property by defecating or urinating upon the premises of a person, other than the owner of such dog.


Croghan Island Mill
Original Watercolor by Richard Trick


The area was first settled by members of the Oneida tribe of the Iroquois Nation.  Immigrants from Switzerland, Germany and France settled here and in 1841 named our town after George Croghan, a hero in the War of 1812.


Croghan Dam    

    Business and Economic Development
This spirit of cooperation still exists in Croghan and the Village has maintained its close-knit, small town atmosphere. Local residents appreciate and support their businesses and the business owners work together to help the community.


    Parks and Recreation
Recreation Playground created in 1979, the Croghan Recreation Area billing itself as a "Do It Yourself Park" includes:  a swimming pool, softball park, tennis courts, volleyball courts, playground, and picnic facilities






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