Office of the Village Clerk/Treasurer
243 Main Street
Johnson City, NY 13790
Phone: (607) 798-7861
Fax: (607) 798-7865
The Village Clerk-Treasurer is a full-time position appointed by the Mayor. This is an important administrative position in the Village of Johnson City government involving the supervision, direction, and the coordination of the activities of the Office of the Village Clerk/Treasurer.
The Village Clerk-Treasurer works under the direction of the Mayor to carry out the day-to-day administrative tasks associated with municipal government.
Generally the Village Clerk/Treasurer position in any village encompasses two main responsibilities, the clerk’s area (records management) and the treasurer’s area (financial accountability and reporting).
Note: Birth Records, Death Records, & Genealogical Research is handled by the Village Registrar
The Village Clerk’s main responsibilities include maintaining and safeguarding the Village’s records, and collecting such moneys as are required by statute. Since a Village Clerk’s office can be a sizable operation with many types of activities happening at the same time, many villages allow the Village Clerk-Treasurer or the Village Clerk to have one or more deputy clerks to handle the day-to-day transactions and activities of the Village Clerk’s office. The Village Clerk’s Office duties may include, but are not limited to the following:
The treasurer’s main responsibilities include establishing the Village’s financial accounting and reporting systems. The treasurer is the custodian of all village moneys, and must account to the board and New York State for all moneys received, expended and remaining on hand. The Treasurer’s duties may include, but are not limited to the following:
As a courtesy to our residents, we offer free notary public services during our regular business hours.
As a Licensing Agent, The Village Clerk issues numerous State and Village licenses and permits.
The Town of Union handles all dog control and licensing for the residents in the Village of Johnson City. The offices are located at:
Town of Union Offices – Dog Control Office
3111 E. Main Street
Endwell, NY 13760
(607) 786-2940 or email@example.com
The Village of Johnson City Fiscal Year runs from June 1st – May 31st. The Village Board must adopt a budget by May 1st of each year.
The Budget was adopted by the Village Board on April 25, 2017.
Reserved parking for people with disabilities ensures safe and equal access to goods and services, access which most of us take for granted. This publication explains the rules that businesses and all drivers should observe about reserved parking spaces. It also presents information on how to obtain license plates and parking permits that allow individuals with severe disabilities to use specially-marked parking spots.
Reserved parking for people with disabilities is a legal requirement, not just a courtesy. You can help support the law by parking in reserved spaces only if you have a permit or plates for people with disabilities, and only when the person who received the permit or plates is actually in the vehicle. Please avoid parking in the access aisle or striped area next to a reserved parking space - it is not a parking zone. This special area is needed for access by people who use wheelchairs and specially-equipped vehicles.
It is important to respect each other. Please, be parking considerate.
A qualifying disability is one or more of the following impairments, disabilities or conditions that are both permanent in nature and affect mobility:
A Temporary Parking Permit, valid for six months, may be issued when a person has a temporarily disabling condition that makes the person unable to walk without a cane, crutches, a walker or other assisting device. To apply for a temporary permit, you must present the same proof of disability as required for a permanent permit. The temporary permit will allow the same access to reserved parking spaces. If you have a temporary parking permit that is due to expire, and you still have a qualifying disability, you must obtain a new medical certification before you can apply for another parking permit.
You may provide one of these proofs of disability:
It is a misdemeanor under the NYS Penal Law (Section 210.45) to make a false statement or provide misinformation to obtain a parking permit for a person with a disability, and is punishable by fines from $250 to $1,000. Additional civil penalties from $250 to $1,000 may also be imposed under Section 1203-a (4) of the Vehicle and Traffic Law. These penalties also apply to doctors providing certifications, as well as applicants.
The Department of Motor Vehicles issues license plates for people with permanent disabilities for use on passenger cars, motorcycles, vans, and pickup trucks not used for commercial purposes. You do not have to be a resident of New York State or even a licensed driver to obtain the license plates, but you must be at least 16 years old to register a vehicle. License plates with the International Symbol of Access are only issued for a vehicle registered in the name of the person who has the disability, and each individual with a disability may have only one set of license plates. If you cannot register the vehicle in the name of the disabled person, refer to the section on Parking Permits. You may apply at any state or county motor vehicle office for a second set of license plates for another family member who also has a disability. In addition to providing the documentation for registering the vehicle, you also must provide the family member's driver license, proof of disability and a completed Application for License Plates and Parking Permits for People With Severe Disabilities (MV 664.1). Personalized license plates (up to six characters) with the International Symbol of Access are available for an additional charge.
Please contact: The DMV Custom Plates Office, 6 Empire State Plaza, Albany, NY 12228 or call 1-518-402-4838
Any vehicle that has a license plate or valid permit displaying the International Symbol of Access may use parking spaces designated for use by a person with a disability. The person to whom the license plate or permit was issued must be traveling in the vehicle in order to use these spaces.
Plates and permits do not allow you to disobey state or local parking regulations. They also do not exempt you from parking fees unless a locality has adopted an ordinance to that effect. The fine for illegally parking in a space reserved for people with disabilities is $50 to $150, plus a mandatory $30 surcharge.
It is a serious misuse of license plates and permits for the disabled when someone other than the person with a disability uses the plates or permit to park in a space reserved for people with disabilities. These license plates or parking permits are valid only when the person with a disability who received the plates or permit is driving the vehicle or is a passenger in it. If you misuse plates or a parking permit or allow someone else to use them, the DMV may revoke the license plates or the locality that issued the permit may revoke the permit, or they may deny renewal.
Apply for plates or a permit for people with disabilities only if you have a qualifying disability.
Freedom of Information Requests (FOIL)
The Village Clerk is the Village’s Freedom of Information Officer/Records Access Officer and is designated as the records access officer and has the duty of coordinating the Village’s response to public requests for access to records pursuant to the NY State Freedom of Information Law (FOIL). FOIL requests can be submitted in paper form or by e-mail. Paper copies of records cost 25 cents a page. However, there is no charge if the records are available in an electronic format and are transmitted as such.