Village of Earlville
           (315) 691-2121              Po Box 88,    8 N. Main St.,          New York

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Take in a show or visit the galleries at the Earlville Opera House

Earlville has one churche:

  The Earlville First Baptist Church,.

Learn of exciting events and programs from Earlville's history at Quincy Square Museum.

Need HEAP assistance? Are you concerned about paying your energy bill this winter? A federal program the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) may be assistance to you. There are income eligibility guidelines and the higher benefits are provided to those households that: have larger percentages of their income spent on energy costs; contain a vulnerable individual; and have the lowest income. Vulnerable individuals are defined as children under the age of 6, adults aged 60 or older, or disabled individuals. Fore more information on the program (which opened Nov. 1):

  • Contact Madison County Department of Social Services at (315) 366-2211 or (315) 366-2720;
  • In Chenango County, if you are over age 60 contact the Area Agency on the Aging at (607) 337-1770, otherwise, contact Opportunities for Chenango at (607) 336-4327; or
  • Visit HEAP's federal website here.




Mohawk Valley Living Trip to Earlville

Mohawk Valley Living - Earlville Highlights, Part 1 of 2

Mohawk Valley Living - Earlville Highlights, Part 2 of 2

These segments highlight the Earlville Opera House, the Quincy Square Museum and many local businesses! (To the right is only the first video, click the other two above for Parts I and II!)


White House

U.S. Congress

New York State

Our neighbors: Village of Hamilton & Village of Sherburne

New York State Consumer Affairs

Better Business Bureau

National Do Not Call Registry

Would you like to file a complaint with the FCC for receiving junk faxes (these are faxes that you receive that you did not solicit for); or other complaints with wired telephone service, wireless telephone service, VoIP, or broadcast, cable or satellite signals? Then visit here.

State Comptroller - Open Book New York - This site provides New York State residents an overview of where their tax dollars are going. Open Book New York is part of State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli’s effort to promote more openness in government and give taxpayers better access to the financial workings of government. You can view the Village of Earlville records up to 2007 (that is as recent as their system goes) by clicking here! Then click on "Search Local Government Data."

Unclaimed Funds - Did you know there are BILLIONS of unclaimed funds in New York? Visit here to check the Office of the New York State Comptroller's website to find out if you are owed money. All you have to input is your first and last name and city of residence.

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