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Notice 07-02-2024: Welcome to the website for the Village of Sherburne! We hope to provide residents and visitors quick access to information for the village. Quick links on the top can bring you to specific sections regarding the village. On the right hand side are some shortcuts to the most frequented services on the website. Village offices will be closed on Thursday July 4th.

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Welcome to the Village of Sherburne!

This site has been created to provide you with convenient access to local information and services offered. Sherburne is a town in Chenango County, New York, United States. The population was 3,979 at the 2000 census. The town contains two villages: one also named Sherburne and the other named Earlville. The town is at the northern border of Chenango County.

The first settlement of the Village of Sherburne took place near the confluence of the Chenango River and Handsome Brook around 1792 and was incorporated in 1830.

Find the answers you need!

What if I move, how do I connect or disconnect service?
Call the Village Office number 607 674 2300 and if the staff is working they will answer the telephone, if you get the answering machine, please leave a message with a return contact telephone number and someone will return your call.
While the office is closed how do I pay my bill?
You can mail your bill, use your banks online bill payer, or use the dropbox. The dropbox is located to the right of the front door. Envelopes are being provided. Please make sure to include your name, address and account number if you have it.
What if I want to reserve a pavilion at Paddleford Park this summer?
Call the Village Office number 607 674 2300 and make your request. The pavilions are already reserved for the most part. If you have to leave a message, someone will return your call.