Village of Wampsville, Madison County, New York
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Welcome to the Village of Wampsville
          Inside the Town of Lenox
               Madison County, NY
Located at
Office Hours
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
from 5:30 pm to 8:30 pm
​118 North Court
PO Box 51
Wampsville, NY 13163
315) 363-5810

Holidays - Office will be closed
Page was last modified on 12.18.18  8:01 pm
Areas of the site that have been updated.
Meeting Page Update on 10.15.18
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Village Board of Trustees 
​   Regular Meeting:       
            Tuesday, January 8, 2018

 6:30 pm at the Wampsville Village Hall
Upcoming Events
Community Park Updates

​     The Village of Wampsville is proud to announce that   
     the Wampsville Community Park has completed 
     phase one of the park project and the playground  
     portion of the park will re-open in the spring.

     The park is ADA compliant and has seen a lot of
     young customers since the first day it was opened.

     The village has received a lot of positive feedback 
     and the board is very happy to see all of the village
     children enjoying the beautiful community park.

     The village continues to accept order for memorial 
     pavers. Please visit the News page for an order form.
Congratulations to Jacob Mack on the fantastic job on his Eagle Scout Project! 

Once again the village is lucky enough to have a very dedicated Boy Scout who decided that he wanted his Eagle Scout Project to benefit all of the residents of the Village of Wampsville.

On behalf of the Village, I would like to thank you for your hard work Jacob. The planter/bench/sign looks great and is the perfect addition to the new community park. Congratulations on attaining your Eagle Scout Badge, it was well deserved!

  Mayor, John Clute
Wampsville wins Madison County Smart Growth Award for their work on the community park.
Committee members Pictured (L to R) Lori Brockway, John Pinard, Tanya Clute, Ellen Bowe, John Clute and Barbara Brownell. 
Holiday Festivities Around the Village