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Seasonal Groundskeeper Needed

The Town of Warsaw is looking to hire a Seasonal Cemetery Groundskeeper. Job will run from the second week of April, thru the second week in October. Duties would include but not be limited to; mowing and trimming the cemetery, filling and seeding low spots as time allows, maintaining driveways, basic maintenance of the equipment and general cleanup as necessary. Applicant should be at least 18 years of age with a valid New York State driver’s license. Applicant should be able to lift a minimum of 50 pounds, able to work independently and with the ability to prioritize tasks with minimum input. Experience with lawn and landscape equipment is a plus. Please, pick up an application at The Town Hall located at 83 Center St or download below.

Employment Application

Frequently Ask Questions

How do I make a tax payment?

Tax payments for the town and for the county can be made to the Town Clerk. Contact Cathy Smith for more information at 585-786-2800 or townofwarsaw1@frontiernet.net. Any exemption or assessment questions can be answered by calling the Wyoming County Real Property Office at 585-786-8828

How do I apply for a building permit?

A building permit application can be downloaded, printed, and submitted to the town zoning office.

Where can I find historical information about Warsaw?

The town historian’s office can provide a lot of information about the history of the town and surrounding county. Contact Sally Smith at 585-322-2100 or ssmith@wyomingco.net to learn more.

How often does the town board meet?

The town board meets monthly. These meetings are open to the public and meeting minutes are also available to the public. If you have an issue you would like discussed, contact Town Supervisor Becky Ryan at 585-689-3597.

Where is the town and village court located and when is court held?

The town and village court is located in the town hall at 83 Center Street, Warsaw, NY 14569. Court is held every Monday evening. If you are unsure about the time for your case, contact the Court Clerk at 585-786-3361 or pwagner@nycourts.gov.

If you are unable to find the information you are looking for, use the contact form below to send a message to the Town Clerk who will be able to help you.