Established in 1830

Upcoming Events

Board Meeting: 10/10 @ 6:00pm Hermon Town Offices

Hunting & Fishing Licenses are available at the Town Office. Click here to see special clerk hours for hunters.

County Route 20 bridge over Tanner Creek is closing Monday, June 26, 2017. Click here for more details

HOT - Hermon Comprehensive Plan

Hermon Commemorative T-Shirts ($10) & Coffee Mugs ($8) are available at the Village Office.  

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Hermon, NY

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The Town of Hermon

The Town of Hermon, NY is located between the St. Lawrence River and the foothills of the Adirondacks and encompasses the hamlets of Hermon, Marshville, Trout Lake, Kents Corners and Fairbanks Corners. The town was established in 1830 as the "Town of Depeau" from the Towns of De Kalb and Edwards. The town changed its name to Hermon, after a post office in the town, in 1834 due to the presence of another location named after Francis Depeau. In 1852, Hermon arrived at its current dimensions after losing a small part from its southeast corner to the Town of Edwards.