Town Court

Monday – Wed – Thurs – Fri 9AM – 1PM
Tues – 9AM – 12PM        Closed Holidays

 

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

Honorable Tanja Sirago
Town Justice

Honorable Leland E. Miller
Town Justice

Joan VanDenburgh
Senior Court Clerk
518-622-3120 ext. 251

Kathleen Costanzo
Deputy Court Clerk
518-622-3120 ext. 251

Email: CairoTownCourt@nycourts.gov

 

TOWN COURT DISCLAIMER NOTICE

WE ARE NOT ATTORNEYS AND CANNOT GIVE LEGAL ADVICE

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. 

Prosecutors:
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.

Comments:
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...

Native wildlife has been expanding steadily in our region since the mid-1970s. Residents and visitors are very familiar with the large White-tailed Deer population in Cairo, and Black Bear sightings are not uncommon.

Rarely seen species on the rise include the Bobcat, Red & Grey Foxes, and even the Canada Lynx.

Smaller mammals like Beavers, Raccoons, Muskrats & Skunks abound, and we now even catch glimpses of Fishers, Martins, and Otters in our midst.

(Photo from: Tim Christie.)