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Mayor of the City of Norwich
One City Plaza, Norwich, NY 13815
Mayor: Joseph P. Maiurano
Hours: Monday - Friday 8 am to 5 pm.
I am pleased and proud to offer our newly redesigned website for the City of Norwich. If information is the currency of success, we hope to make all our citizens and visitors rich. For us, the concept of Open Government is not just a mandate, it's our first principle.
Please explore our site to learn how your government works, who your elected representatives are, and how you can become involved. Contact information is provided for all offices and officials so that you can give us your comments, questions, concerns, and suggestions. The City's Charter and Code are available for study of the City's ordinances. Check our monthly calendar to learn about the meetings of our Common Council and Boards and Commissions, to all of which the public is cordially invited. You can find here official minutes for our public meetings, some series going back to 1967 and fully searchable for ease of research. Also available are the City's budget, department reports and pending legislation.
You'll find most of your day-to-day questions answered here, with information on everything from dog licenses, disabled parking permits, and building permits to applications, Civil Service exam postings, and City job listings.
Headline news will be featured on our home page, to keep our residents and visitors informed about events and the many projects the City undertakes to keep our community vibrant and healthy. So check back frequently! As Norwich grows, so will our website, offering more and more information to keep you aware and involved in your City.
Stop the Tax Shift
The New York State Conference of Mayors (NYCOM) has launched a new Web site, www.StopTheTaxShift.org, which focuses on the dangers of shifting state taxes and costs onto local governments and property taxpayers. More info here