Adirondack Town Of Franklin
Adirondack Town Of Franklin

Welcome to the Town Franklin

Town Franklin, founded in 1836, is located in the Southern end of Franklin County. It has been called a scenic oasis in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains located in upstate New York. When traveling through the Town of Franklin there is so much to see and visit.

In a picturesque setting, one mile out of the hamlet of Onchiota and 14 miles from Saranac Lake is a museum devoted to Iroquois history and culture. This is the Six Nations indian Museum. The Town of Franklin offers many seasonal activities and events. Many trails to hike on, lake and streams to canoe on and the New York State owned Buck Pond for camping pleasures.

In the winter, The Town of Franklin offers a whole new experience and beauty. There is Cross Country Skiing and Snow Shoeing through pristine wilderness, snowmobiling on the Corridor Number 7 as well as back country trails, skating at Kate Mountain Park and the list goes on.


The Town Board of the Town of Franklin, Franklin County, New York shall conduct a public hearing to discuss whether or not the Town of Franklin, Franklin County New York shall build a new community center at a cost not to exceed $700,000.00, with a borrowing not to exceed $700,000.00 pursuant to the Bond Resolution adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Franklin on June 14th, 2017. This Public Hearing shall take place on the 12th day of July, 2017 at the Town Hall of the Town of Franklin, Franklin County, New York, located at 7 Cold Brook Road, at 6:00pm. All interested persons are encouraged to attend.

By Order of the Town Board

Town of Franklin
P.O. Box 209, Route 3, Vermontville, NY 12989  ·  Tel: 518-891-2189  ·  Fax: 518-891-6389  ·
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