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The Village of Potsdam is nestled in the St. Lawrence River Valley near the northern foothills of the Adirondack Mountains. The scenic Racquette River bisects the community and provides residents and visitors with panoramic riverine views, convenient recreational access and is a source of renewable energy for the Village's generation of hydro-electric power. Settled in 1802, the Village was recognized as one of the industrial and commercial centers of St. Lawrence County given its hydropower assets, its agricultural and mineral wealth. Today the Village is best known as a center for health care, education and retail trade in Northern New York.

 

Welcome, and please have a look around!

 

 

Ives Park Gazebo
Located downtown Potsdam next to the Racquette River

News:
Snow and Ice Control Information
January 07, 2015

Click on heading for a brief description of the Snow and Ice policy adopted by the Village of Potsdam Public Works Department.

Winter Hours
October 15, 2014

Starting October 20, 2014 the Department of Public Works will shift to winter hours as follows:

 

Monday through Friday 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.


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Website Contact: Cindy Vivlamore
Email:
2 Park Street - Civic Center
P.O. Box 5168
Potsdam, NY 13676
Phone: 315-265-1670
Fax: 315-265-6020
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