Town Court

Court Office: Monday – Wed – Thurs – Fri Court Office Hours: 9AM – 3PM
Court Office Hours – Tuesday 9 AM – 12PM

 Court is in session on Tuesdays
Location: Town Hall Court/Meeting Room

512 Main St.

PO Box 755

Cairo, NY 12413

FAX: 518-622-0172

Honorable Tanja Sirago
Town Justice

Honorable Leland E. Miller
Town Justice

Senior Court Clerk
518-622-3120 ext. 251

Deputy Court Clerk
518-622-3120 ext. 251





In regards to Small Claims matters, the Courts will provide you with information. THIS DOES NOT APPLY TO OTHER CIVIL MATTERS. If you are not knowledgeable in the correct procedures involved in the proper filing and defense of Civil Matters, including Summary Proceedings and Evictions to handle these matters on your own, it is suggested that you contact an attorney for assistance.

We are not a legal service and cannot advise you. In the best interest of all parties involved, please do not init that we do. 

Greene County District Attorney’s Office handles: Felonies, misdemeanors, AG and marketing, and New York State Police tickets.

Greene County Sheriff, Cairo Police and EnCon Department handles: all infraction tickets issued by department.

Types of cases:
Vehicle traffic law (VTL) and misdemeanor tickets, Penal Law (PL) cases, EnCon violations, transportation laws, AG and Marketing laws, Town of Cairo Local Law cases, Small Claims and Evictions.

Within the court security you will be processed through a metal detector. NO cell phones or electronic devices are allowed in the court room.

Did you know...

Did you know...

Tourism has been Cairo’s largest industry since the 1800’s. It was one of the first towns in the area to develop ski slopes and trails. Many of the regular visitors have made the conversion to seasonal or permanent residents.

The Cairo Railroad provided freight transportation to the industries in town starting in 1884. Early cargo consisted of locally mined bluestone, and hay and fruit from the local farms. In 1894 the Catskill Shale Brick Company became the railroads primary customer until the plant closed in 1914. The lack of steady freight and the increasing improvements to the local highways resulted in the termination of service at the end of the 1918 tourist season.

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