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WELCOME TO THE TOWN OF COLESVILLE


Enjoy the Spring

Come out and celebrate with the Harpursville Youth Baseball

as they begin their season 

   with a parade starting at the

 

Harpursville Central School 

 

      at 11:00 AM on May 6th, 

 With plenty of barbecue chicken grilled for

the Harpursville Fire Department 

 

 


COLESVILLE SUPER CELEBRATION
is calling all "Yard Sale Lovers"
 
To join together for a community Yard Sale
 
Saturday, May 6th, at the Gazebo
 
Sale begins at 8 AM and space is available
 
Come to buy, Come to sell or just take a look around
 
Rain or Shine - contact Michelle (607) 206-1820 
 
All proceeds to benefit the Colesville Super Celebration   

Clean Up Collection Day

The Highway Superintendent will be conducting clean up days on

Friday, May 19 th and 20 th.

   9am to 1:30pm each day 

       Town Highway Department 

 

Items accepted:

 

Bulk Items, electronics, white goods, scrap metals,

        furniture, windows and illegal dump site cleanup.

 

  A $2.00 fee for each passange car tire. 


Broome Senior Center:

Check out the Fun Filled Days, Exciting Trip's and Mini Vacations 

 Schedule throughout the year 

 
 
Town of Colesville Offices

Ofiices for the Town of Colesville are located in the Town Hall at 780 Welton Street, Harpursville, NY.  The Town Garage is located across the street from the Town Hall.

The Town of Colesville lies in the northeast part of Broome County and is bounded on the north by Chenango County, on the east by the Town of Sanford, on the south by the Town of Windsor, and on the west by the Towns of Kirkwood and Fenton.  The town was formed on April 3, 1821, from the Town of Windsor.  Harpursville is the largest hamlet in the town although it is not incorporated. 

Colesville derives its name from pioneer Nathaniel Cole, a revolutionary soldier.  He settled here in 1795, on a hill south of Harpursville, known as Coles Hill.  He built a tavern there which was in operation as early as 1800.  It was the first tavern between Albany and Binghamton. 

Broome County's Nathaniel Cole Park was opened in the town in 1974 and is located about two miles from the site of its namesake's tavern.

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