Deputy Supervisor: Peter Knapp
Town Clerk and Tax Collector:
E-mail Town Clerk
Deputy Town Clerk: Mary Anne McCloskey
Building Inspector and
Code Enforcement Officer:
W. Rick Fritz
Board of Assessment & Review:
Deputy Dog Control: Lindsay Anderson
Recreation Chairman: Babe Carroll
For emergencies call 911
Preble Town Hall Hours:
Monday and Wednesday
9 am - 12 noon and 1 - 4 pm
1968 Preble Road, Preble NY 13141
Town Hall (607) 749-3199
Town Justice (607) 749-2377
Marriage licenses are available for $40. The following documents must be presented at the time of application:
Fishing, Hunting and Trapping Licenses
Licenses for 2011 season are now available from this office. For more information see the following New York State Department of Conservation web pages:
If you receive a traffic infraction in the town of Preble, please follow these instructions:
The first step is to mail your plea into the Court at PO Box 206 Preble, NY 13141.
Section A is a Guilty Plea. If you make a guilty plea, the Judge will simply set your fine and send you notification through the mail of that fine and the New York State Mandated Surcharge if there is one. You will be given 30 days to pay.
Section B is a Not Guilty plea. If you make a Not Guilty Plea, you will be mailed instructions to write to the Assistant District Attorney for a pre-trial conference and given an adjournment to do so. You will need to send our ADA a copy of your ticket, a letter of explanation, a copy of your driver abstract (obtained at the DMV for a $10 fee) and a return self addressed envelope. If any accident occurred, a copy of the accident report, together with a letter from your insurance company stating its intentions regarding any claims or potential claims. The ADA will write back to you, possibly with an offer. If you accept the offer, sign that letter and mail it back the Court by the adjourn date given to you by the Court. If you do not accept the offer given, you would need to request a trial from the Court.
If you are charged with a Misdeamenor level crime or higher, you will need to appear on the date the officer provided for arraignment. A Plea through the mail cannot be accepted.
The Court Clerk is in the office on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday from 4:15-5:30. If you have any questions, please feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org.