Town of Scott sign near the town hall.

The Town of Scott Welcomes you! We are located at 6689 State Route 41, Homer, NY 13077.  The phone number for the town hall is 607-749-2902 and the fax is 607-749-7907.  

Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Important Town Court Information: Please read before heading to the town court.


Town of Scott

Amnesty Day Clean up!

Location: The Town of Scott Highway Salt Building at 438 Ripley Hill Cross Road Homer, NY 13077

Hours of Operation: Saturday, May 8th, 2021 from 8:00am -12:00 and 12:30- 4:00 pm

*No Items will be accepted after May 8th after 4:00 pm 

There will be no fee for the following items:

  • White goods, Steel, Iron, Tin
  • Small bundles of yard waste, 7’ long and 4” in diameter 
  • Other refuse at the direction of the attendees
  • Nails are to be removed or bent over! Screws and other sharp or loose objects are to be in an enclosed container.


Mixed loads will be asked to pull to the side to allow you to separate materials to be unloaded


  • Hazardous materials or their containers
  • Paint cans with any liquid in them
  • Household garbage, no food waste
  • Tires 

Any Questions should be directed to the Town of Scott Highway Supervisor David Putnam at (607) 749-2903 Monday- Thursday 6:00am – 4:30pm. Please leave a message with a contact number if he is not available. 

Highway Supervisor David Putnam

** Please use social distancing and wear a mask**

*Permits will not be given out again this year. Please call or email the Town Clerk, Tamara Congdon to be placed on a required list. The Town Clerk may be reached at (607) 749-2902 or by email at Townclerk@townofscott.org. If Tammy is unavailable to answer the phone, please leave a message with your name, address, and phone number. 

Thank you!


Please view the successfully completed Hazard Mitigation Plan for the Town of Scott by clicking on the provided link below!

Created and published by Dr. Guy Ruoff – Town Supervisor

Town of Scott Hazard Mitigation Plan

Legal Notice

Town of Scott

In compliance with the advice of Governor Andrew Cuomo the monthly town meeting for May 11th, 2021 is revised.  The town meeting scheduled for (Tuesday) May 11th @ 6:00 p.m. will be conducted as a web-conference session that is open to the public.  A web link and phone number will be provided by the Town Clerk upon request.  The next monthly face-to-face meeting will be (Tuesday) June 08, 2021 and held at 6689 State Route 41, Homer, NY 13077 @ 6:00 p.m.  The contact information for the Town Clerk is: townclerk@townofscott.org, phone number is 607-749-2902 and the fax is 607-749-7907.

Town of Scott Supervisor

Dr. Guy Ruoff

The Skaneateles Watershed Partnership has published a new informational website.  Click the image below to be taken to the new site. 

New!  www.skanlakeinfo.org Watershed Website


In compliance with the orders from Governor Andrew Cuomo, the Town of Scott Boat Launch is officially open!  The phone number for the Town Hall is 607-749-2902 and the fax is 607-749-7907.

Boat Launch Sites (Open for Business!)

Use of all boat launches for recreational boaters is permitted.  To limit the community spread of COVID-19 please utilize social distancing as well as common sense when communicating with others.

Boat launching sites exist in virtually every county of New York State. The following pages provide information on publicly available boat launches separated out by county. For your convenience, the type of launch, driving directions and parking capacity are included for each site.

Weblink: https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/7832.html


Notice The Town of Scott is reaching out to the community for dedicated citizens to assist with the functioning of the local government. 

The town is in need of motivated individuals for the following paid positions: Tax Assessment Review Board (T.A.R.B.), Planning Board, and Zoning Board of Appeals (Z.B.A.).  Please contact the Town Clerk (Tammy) @ 607-749-2902 for more details!

We look forward to working with you,

Dr. Guy Ruoff

Town of Scott Supervisor

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