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1 N Welcome to The C orth ountry of The Empire State Jefferson County: The Fastest Growing County In New York State

2 Welcome to Watertown, NY, at the heart of Jefferson County and home to Tug Hill Construction. We hope that this guide will give you a taste of the many possibilities at your fingertips. The Greater Watertown area is an ideal place to live and to work. Located in northern New York State, we are proud of our lush farmlands, miles of waterfront and acres of forests, quaint villages, a booming commercial center, and of course, Fort Drum, home to the 10th Mountain Division, one of the most deployed divisions in the Army. Watertown is also close to the Adirondack Park, a six million acre outdoor wonderland and part of the Thousand Islands Region. Named the "Fastest Growing County in New York State by New York State Economic Development, Jefferson County is experiencing an unparalleled economic boom as a result of the expansion at Fort Drum, for which the Department of the Army has budgeted $1 billion. Evidence of this growth includes: The population growing by 5% in the past two years Housing starts are up 18% Retail, service and hospitality sectors are growing proportionately The unemployment rate (county) of 6.8% as of January 2007 It's an exciting time to be here, especially for those living in the county or relocating to the area! 2

3 Contents Map of Jefferson County New York Traveling To and From Watertown About Watertown, NY....6 The Jefferson County Community Recreational & Historical Areas Around Watertown Socio Economic Profile Education..22 Healthcare Places of Worship Trash Removal/Recycling.27 Moving and Storage Companies Website Index

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5 Traveling To and From Watertown Watertown is within a few hours drive of Lake Placid, New York, Boston and Philadelphia, and our close proximity to Canada makes international travel to Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto a simple trek. The Watertown International Airport, a regional airport with service from Big Sky/Delta Connections, links Watertown to national and international airports globally. Driving Distance from Watertown to Major Metropolitan Cities From Watertown to: Albany, NY miles Baltimore, MD miles Boston, MA miles Buffalo, NY miles Cleveland, OH..398 miles Hartford, CT..316 miles Montreal, QC CA miles New York City, NY..317 miles Niagara Falls 227 miles Ottawa, ON CA miles Philadelphia, PA..324 miles Pittsburgh, PA..423 miles Rochester, NY.150 miles Syracuse, NY.71 miles Toronto, ON CA..223 miles Washington, DC..445 miles 5

6 About Watertown, NY Settled in 1800 and incorporated in 1869, Watertown is the Jefferson County seat. At 26,000 residents, it is a small but regionally important city with a strong 19th century architectural flavor. The County also has 20 villages that provide opportunities for small town living, with restaurants, retail shops, and quiet neighborhoods. Watertown is the commercial hub of Jefferson County, and is home to nationally recognized manufacturing facilities like the "Little Trees" Car Fresheners. There are numerous national retailers and restaurant chains here, as well as many quaint shops and boutiques found throughout the county. We also have old fashioned drive-in movie theaters, local music festivals, Class IV river rafting and world class kayaking on the Black River, a beautifully modern zoo, local and state parks, downhill and cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, golf, and water, water, everywhere. The growth at Fort Drum has helped bring diversity to the area, and is the catalyst of our economic engine. The area has many fine schools, safe neighborhoods in which to raise families, affordable housing for any taste, and a variety of job opportunities. The Watertown Community supports the Fort Drum soldiers and their families with programs like Adopt-a-10th Mountain Platoon and our signature Yellow Ribbon events, and the blend of the military and civilian communities makes the Greater Watertown Area one of the best places to live in the country. 6

7 The Community of Jefferson County The Greater Watertown area has so much to offer, including hundreds of miles of shoreline, thousands of acres of forests, quaint villages and a booming commercial center. Because Jefferson County is in the heart of the 1000 Islands Region it has something to offer everyone. Outdoor recreation is our niche. Lake Ontario, one of the largest freshwater lakes in the world, and the St Lawrence River/Seaway, an 800 mile river that connects the Great Lakes to the Atlantic Ocean, serve as the western and northern boundaries of Jefferson County respectively. Those waters, combined with the flat and whitewater of the Black River, the pristine Indian Lakes Region, and scores of streams and ponds provide some of the best fishing, boating and sailing, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, scuba diving and whitewater rafting in the world. Along with all of the warm weather activities, winter brings the snow - which means snowmobiling, downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice fishing, skating, and hunting for those who love the crisp clean air of the winter months. The Tug Hill Plateau, known for the lake-effect snows that blow in off Lake Ontario, lies in the southern part of the county. Tug Hill is known for the number of feet -- not inches -- of snow that falls throughout the season, and is the winter sports enthusiast's playground. Museums and historic points of interest abound throughout the county, from the 1812 Battlefield in Sackets Harbor to Boldt Castle and Millionaire's Row in the 1000 Islands. The Antique Boat Museum, the Clayton Opera House, and the Jefferson County Historical Society are just a few of the sites open to the public. Jefferson County is the home to Fort Drum and the 10th Mountain Division, one of the Army's most deployed divisions. Expansion at Fort Drum has triggered an economic boom in the area, with new stores, restaurants and lodging facilities in its wake. A population jump of 6,000 new residents has brought diversity and a sense of excitement to the North Country. Unparalleled outdoor recreation, world renowned attractions, historic sites, nationally recognized museums, fine restaurants, quaint villages and exciting shopping combine to make the Greater Watertown area a great place to work and to live. 7

8 Recreational & Historical Areas Around Watertown With four distinct seasons there is something fun to do every month of the year in close proximity to Watertown. Lake Ontario is our western boundary, the St Lawrence River/1000 Islands our northern, and the Tug Hill Plateau our southern, resulting in a county where water sports and outdoor recreation flourish. There are also many historical sites to visit for education and enjoyment. A few of the areas around Watertown include: The Tug Hill Region Alexandria Bay Sackets Harbor Clayton The Adirondacks 8

9 Welcome to The Tug Hill Region Tug Hill Plateau is a remote section of upstate New York located a short drive south of Watertown, between the east end of Lake Ontario and the Adirondack Mountains. Comprised of the southern Jefferson, eastern Oswego, western Lewis and northern Oneida counties, this area is popular in the winter for snowmobiling and skiing due to its large snowfalls that come off of Lake Ontario, in the spring and summer for its numerous trout streams and back roads used for hiking and mountain biking, and its abundance of large and small game make hunting in the area enjoyable in the fall. The area contains many large parcels of state land totaling approximately 27,000 acres which are open to the public for many recreational uses. Tug Hill 6 Point The region surrounding the Tug Hill Plateau contains numerous attractions and recreational opportunities nestled in its many small villages and hamlets. You will find antique shops, flea markets, handmade furniture, gifts and crafts, fishing and hunting guide services, miles of snowmobile trails, restaurants, lodging, bed and breakfasts, campgrounds, boating, canoeing, both down hill and cross-country skiing, pure maple syrup products, numerous roadside produce stands and much more. To the north Watertown leads into the 1000 Island Region of the St. Lawrence River. Heading east to the Black River valley is the city of Carthage and the village of Lowville. This area is very picturesque with its many dairy farms. To the south is Oneida Lake, famous for its walleye fishing both in the summer and through the ice, is popular for summer water sports. Redfield Reservoir Salmon River Falls To the west, Lake Ontario, from Mexico Bay on the south east corner of the lake to Sackets and Henderson Harbors is renowned for its sport fishing including salmon, trout, bass and walleye along with numerous panfish. The Fort at Sackets Harbor is a famous reminder of the War of The salmon and steelhead runs in the Salmon River flowing through Pulaski and Altmar are world famous and draw fisherman from around the world. There is abundant lodging and restaurants along the lake as well as state and private campgrounds, boat launches and marinas. The eastern portion of the region is bounded by the Black River Valley south to Boonville. The River has numerous public launch areas and contains good populations of bass, walleye, northern pike and panfish. Many portions of the river contain slow meandering lazy water and make for enjoyable canoeing. The remnants of the old Erie Canal systems still are present when traveling through this area. East of the Valley leads into the foothills of the Adirondacks. South of Boonville lies the City of Rome, an important point before the Erie Canal when the boats were brought up the Mohawk River from the Hudson River and transferred to Wood Creek to allow travel through Oneida Lake to the Great Lakes. Fort Stanwix, which remains today, was located at Spring Turkeys this spot to protect this important transfer point. 9

10 Alexandria Bay The waters guide you to a place of year-round beauty and a sportsman s paradise. Of the 1,860 islands that dot the St. Lawrence River and comprise the 1000 Islands Region, many of the most amazing can be found in and surrounding Alexandria Bay. Nestled on Heart Island (the island is so named for its heart shape) is the legendary Boldt Castle. Boldt Castle was built by a husband for his wife in the late 1800 s and has a romantic yet tragic story. Just a short 10 miles upriver, Singer Castle, also built in the late 1800 s, is where mystery and beauty meet the river. In between the two castles is Millionaire s Row whose island homes reflect the opulence and individuality of an era gone by. Guided by two lighthouses, the seaway is active with trade in the early April to late December season as is shown by the large tankers that majestically travel past the bay. Alexandria Bay has become the true family vacation destination offering something for every member of the family. Two boat tour companies offer shuttles to Boldt Castle and extended touring including lunch and dinner cruises. There are limited tours to Casablanca on Cherry Island and tours of Singer Castle. For those romantics planning a wedding, Boldt Castle and Singer Castle offer settings for beautiful island weddings, as do many mainland locations. The St. Lawrence River offers world class fishing, as recent national publication noting Alexandria Bay as one of the top 10 fishing locations in the U.S., dishing up offerings of Northern Pike and Walleye in May, and Black bass from late June to November. The time to catch the mighty Muskie is from July to December, but don t forget ice fishing in the winter months. Alexandria Bay has become a golfer s paradise with 32 courses in the 1000 Islands Region, with 8 courses within 15 miles of the Bay. The varied depths and clear waters, as well as a rich history of water commerce have drawn thousands to the area to enjoy scuba diving. Boaters find miles and miles of scenic boating along the St. Lawrence. 10

11 Sackets Harbor A charming community nestled on the shores of Lake Ontario and the beautiful Black River Bay, this village offers the Sackets Harbor Battlefield State Historic Site (which played an historic part in the War of 1812), Madison Barracks, the Seaway Trail Discovery Center, Lake Ontario Playhouse, concerts on the waterfront, Old McDonald s Farm, shopping in a variety of specialty stores along West Main Street, excellent dining in local restaurants (indoors and out), nearby Westcott Beach State Park, and so much more... 11

12 Clayton The Clayton area is known as the cultural center of the 1000 Islands, boasting three museums, a waterfront concert series every summer, and seasonal theater in the village's turn-of-the-century opera house. The Antique Boat Museum, America s freshwater boating museum the finest collection of antique boats in the world, according to Joseph Gribbins of Nautical Quarterly Magazine. This Mary Street Museum houses the largest collection of freshwater antique boats and engines in the nation. Visitors can stroll amidst the Museum s priceless collection of over 200 boats. If you have a little more time, why not enjoy a speedboat ride and enjoy a first hand look in yesteryear s fast lane, or take up the oars yourself in a wooden skiff and explore the shoreline of Clayton. The Antique Boat Museum hosts a number of activities throughout the summer, including the oldest antique boat show and auction in the country that draws exhibitors and visitors from around the world. The museum also offers boat building classes for adults and entertaining educational programs for children. Before you leave make sure you check out the exciting new gift shop River Memories and pick up a keepsake for your own river memories. The Handweaving Museum and Arts Center, located in a historic village building on John Street, brings the visual arts alive in the 1000 Islands through art instruction and exhibits. The Arts Center also offers fun and exciting classes for all ages throughout the year. Learn to draw, paint, build rustic furniture, or work with clay during one of their dozens of art and craft classes. Tour their gallery of ever changing exhibits such as Along The River s Edge that showcases the work of area artists or pieces from the museum s permanent collection of hand-woven textiles and rare spinning and weaving tools. Visit their gift shop featuring the work of area artisans, books, and craft kits. The Handweaving Museum hosts special events throughout the year including the Antique Show & Sale, Annual Craft Show, as well as Elderhostel programs. Just around the corner on James Street is the Thousand Islands Museum. The TI Museum is famous for decoys, muskies and the rich heritage of river life. The Museum gallery offers a history of life along the St. Lawrence River from yesteryear and a new archival library is open to the public to research river heritage. You can also learn more about Clayton s colorful past at the popular History at Noon programs. In the Yesterday s Memories Gift Shop make sure to check out the St. Lawrence Tartan, the museum s trademark. The greens represent the cedars along the shore, the blues are the shades of the St. Lawrence River, and the red signifies the sunset over the islands. Also in the gift shop you will find a broad selection of gifts and souvenirs. Annually the Museum hosts the Decoy & Wildlife Art Show & Auction. The show includes hunting decoy contests as well as an auction. Works of art by wellknown artists from all of the United States and Canada are displayed for purchase. The Clayton Opera House located on Riverside Drive was once the center of village cultural life, and host to famous entertainers from around the world. Today, volunteers are returning the building to its former glory, and visitors can once again enjoy seasonal performances including plays and variety shows in this magnificent structure. The natural beauty of the St. Lawrence River has inspired artists for centuries, so its no wonder that Clayton is home to a number of galleries. Visit the Winged Bull Studio or the St. Lawrence River Art Gallery. Corbin s River Heritage Shop houses a huge collection of historical photographs and books of the 1000 Islands. Whether your taste runs to watercolor paintings or period photographs, you re certain to find something you ll love. Summer sunsets provide a breathtaking backdrop for Clayton s Waterfront concerts at Frink Park on Riverside Drive any Thursday night in summer. Jazz, brass ensembles, military, country, and contemporary music are features at these popular evening events. There may be a tall ship or navy vessel docked right there as ships travel to Clayton throughout the summer. 12

13 Jefferson County, Gateway to the Adirondacks, Lake Placid, Home of the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympics Wild and civilized by turns, the Adirondacks are an immense blue and green space in which to relax, play and plot an adventure. This region in Northern New York contains 3,000 ponds and lakes, 2,000 miles of hiking trails, more four-star resorts than any other destination in the state, nearly 100 campgrounds and, of course, the Adirondack Mountains. The Adirondack Mountains of New York are a haven for outdoor recreation of all kinds. Hike the nation's largest hiking trail system, with destinations ranging from mountain summits to isolated waterfalls to forest glades. Canoe, kayak, swim and fish our 3,000 ponds and lakes and 1,500 miles of rivers. Pamper yourself at top-ranked resorts and spas or camp with your family at dozens of campgrounds. Visit museums and French and Indian War-era forts. The word vacation was invented in the Adirondacks! 13

14 Winter Sports in the Adirondacks Whiteface Mountain With the greatest vertical drop in the east at 3,166 feet, very few resorts do this better than Whiteface. With long runs over three separate, yet connected areas, you'll spend maximum time on the snow and minimum time on the lifts. safe environment. There's also Little Whiteface with almost 2,500 vertical feet. And don't forget Kids Kampus which has separate lifts, lodge, ticketing, rentals, snowsports school and child care. This is an outstanding experience for young beginners in a low-key, You bigger kids can get to Kids Kampus via the lift and trail network or with our internal shuttle system. And if you are in the southern Adirondacks, please visit Gore Mountain in North Creek, NY. For more information visit their website at OLYMPIC CENTER Site of the 1932 and 1980 Olympic Games including the legendary "Miracle on Ice" hockey game in In the 1932 Rink, Sonja Henie won her second of three consecutive Olympic Figure Skating titles. The Olympic Center houses four ice surfaces, convention space, and the 1932 and 1980 Winter Olympic Museum. This unique venue is active year round. The Olympic Center hosts numerous events including Smucker's Stars on Ice, concerts, youth and adult hockey tournaments, and Figure Skating Championships throughout the year. A milestone occurs this year with the unprecedented 73rd Anniversary of the "Miracles of Gold Summer Figure Skating Program." In 2007, Lake Placid Figure Skating celebrates 75 years of training legendary skaters and world class coaching. Olympic Center Self Guided Tour Learn about the 1980 Olympic Games from those who lived it! The tour of the Olympic Center is an insider s look at the site if the Miracle on Ice one of the most famous sporting achievements in history. Tours begin at 10 am, 11:30 am and 1 pm daily The tour includes admission to the Olympic Museum. Tour and Museum: $10 Please call: ext: 225 more information 1932 & 1980 Lake Placid Winter Olympic Museum Step back into the era of Hard Times and Heroes as you learn about the 1932 Olympics, an event held against the backdrop of the Great Depression. Experience how Lake Placid made miracles happen once again in 1980 as it succeeded as only one of three communities in the world to host two Winter Games. See the largest collection of Olympic winter artifacts in North America. Lake Placid celebrates the 75th anniversary of the 1932 Games in February

15 Dry Hill Ski Area Dry Hill Ski Area s close proximity to Watertown lets you indulge your passion for winter fun anytime you wish. Enjoy downhill skiing, snowboarding, and tubing. They also have rentals, lessons and great deals on day or season passes. 15

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22 Jefferson-Lewis BOCES Education PUBLIC SCHOOLS Alexandria C.S.D. 34 Bolton Ave Alexandria Bay, NY (315) Carthage Central School District CCS District Office County Route 197 (315) Charles Bohlen Career and Technical Center (BOCES) State Route 3 (315) Administrative Building: (315) Belleville-Henderson Central School District 8372 County Route 75 Belleville, NY (315) General Brown Central School District Cemetery Road Dexter, NY Superintendent of Schools (315) Indian River Central School District 32735B County Route 29 Philadelphia, NY (315) LaFargeville Central School District District Main Office Main Street LaFargeville, NY (315) Lyme Central School District Academy Street Chaumont, NY (315) Sackets Harbor Central School District 215 South Broad Street Sackets Harbor, NY (315) South Jefferson Central School District Maple Avenue Adams Center, NY (315) Thousand Islands Central School District 410 Esselstyne Street Cape Vincent, NY (315) Watertown City School District: WCS District Office 376 Butterfield Avenue (315) PRIVATE SCHOOLS Academy at Ivy Ridge 5428 State Highway 37 Ogdensburg, NY (315) Augustinian Academy 317 West Street (315) Christian Heritage Pre- School/ Elementary Route 3 (315) Faith Fellowship Christian School 131 Moore Avenue (315) Immaculate Heart Central Development Office 1 Sterling Place (315) lschools.com COLLEGES & UNIVERSI- TIES Columbia College PO Box 939 Fort Drum Campus Fort Drum, NY (315) Empire State College-SUNY Fort Drum Program PO Box 940 Black River, NY (315) (315) Jefferson Community College-SUNY 1220 Coffeen Street Information: (315) Admissions: (315) SUNY Colleges of the North Country 4300 Camp Hale Road Fort Drum, NY (315) (315) NEARBY COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES Canton College of Technology 34 Cornell Drive Canton, NY (315) Clarkson University 8 Clarkson Ave. Potsdam, New York (315) College of Environmental Science & Forestry at Syracuse University 1 Forestry Drive Syracuse, NY (315) Keuka College PO Box 98 Keuka Park, NY (315) LeMoyne College 1419 Salt Springs Road Syracuse, New York (315) Paul Smiths College PO Box 265 Rte 86 & Rte 30 Paul Smiths, NY (518) St. Lawrence University 23 Romoda Drive Canton, NY SUNY at Potsdam 44 Pierrepont Avenue Potsdam NY (315) SUNY at Oswego 214 Swetman Hall Oswego, NY (315) (315) SUNY Upstate Medical University at Syracuse 750 East Adams Street Syracuse, NY (315) Syracuse University Syracuse, NY (315)

23 HOSPITALS CF Medical Center 1014 Oswegatchie Trail Road Star Lake, NY (315) Canton-Potsdam Hospital 50 Leroy Street Potsdam, NY (315) Canton-Potsdam Hospital 53 School Street Richville, NY (315) Carthage Area Hospital 1001 West Street (315) Carthage Area Hospital VA Outpatient 3 Bridge Street (315) Evans Family Health Center US Route 11 Evans Mills, NY (315) Evans Mills Clinic Route 11 Evans Mills, NY (315) Jefferson County Public Heath Service 531 Meade Street ( Mercy of Northern New York 218 Stone Street (315) North County Children's Clinic 238 Arsenal Street Watertown, N.Y (315) Healthcare River Hospital 4 Fuller Street Alexandria Bay, NY (315) Samaritan Keep Home 133 Pratt Street (315) skh.php Samaritan Medical Center 830 Washington Street (315) Main Number: (315) ER Department: (315) Info. Desk: (315) TDD: (315) TDD Emergency Department: (315) Walker Cancer Treatment Center walker.php URGENT CARE CLINICS Med Ready Medical Group Route 11 (315) Mountain Medical of Watertown 1213 Coffeen Street (315) North Country Urgent Care Route 12F (315) QuikMed Urgent Care 727 Washington St. (315) HEALTH CLUB & GYMNASIUMS C.A.N.I. Fitness Center US Route 11 (315) Curves 40 Franklin Street (315) Us Route 11 (315) Thousand Island Fitness Center NYS Rt 12 Alexandria Bay, NY (315) Watertown Health & Racquet Club 431 Eastern Blvd (315) YMCA Watertown Family YMCA 119 Washington Street (315) Watertown Fairgrounds YMCA 585 Rand Drive (315) 755-YMCA Carthage YMCA 250 State Street (315) AMBULANCE Guilfoyle Ambulance Service PO Box Newell Street (315) (315) HOSPICE Hospice Foundation of Jefferson County 425 Washington Street (

24 CHURCHES AFRICAN-METHODIST- EPISCOPAL Thomas Memorial AME Zion Church 715 Morrison Street (315) ANGLICAN Emmanuel-Zion Parishes 39 East Church Street Adams, NY (315) ASSEMBLY OF GOD Adams Assembly of God Church 23 S Main Street Adams, NY (315) Calvary Assembly of God 10 Martin Street Road (315) Cornerstone Assembly of God 231 S Massey Street (315) agcornerstone.com Northland Assembly of God Route 11 Evans Mills, NY (315) Watertown Assembly of God 116 Haley Street (315) BAPTIST Adams Center Baptist Church US Route 11 Adams Center, NY (315) Adams Village Baptist Church 24 E Church St. Adams, NY (315) Alexandria Bay Baptist Church 41 Bolton Ave Alexandria Bay, NY (315) Calcium Community Church Po Box 303 Calcium, NY (315) Fellowship Baptist Church State Route 3 (315) First Baptist Church 511 State Street (315) First Baptist Church John Street Clayton, NY (315) Places of Worship First Baptist Church 207 State Street (315) First Baptist Church of Black River Maple Street Black River, NY (315) First Baptist Church of Three Mile Bay 8723 Depot Three Mile Bay, NY (315) Grace Baptist Church 1204 State Street (315) High Falls Baptist Church 110 Theresa Antwerp Road Theresa, NY (315) Honeyville Baptist Church Fuller Road Adams Center, NY (315) Indian River Baptist Church 42 Main Street Philadelphia, NY (315) Korean Baptist Church of Watertown 267 E Main Street (315) Long Falls Baptist Church 21 N Main Street (315) Maranatha Bible Baptist Church 622 Boyd Street (315) New Hope Baptist Church State Route 3 (315) North Country Fellowship Church Sayre Road (315) Pleasant Meadows Ministry 8673 Church Street Evans Mills, NY (315) Seventh Day Baptist Church US Route 11 Adams Center, NY (315) Smithville Baptist Church County Route 75 Adams, NY (315) rg BIBLE CHURCH Gospel Mission Fellowship 219 Commercial Street Theresa, NY (315) CATHOLIC All Saints Catholic Church Chaumont, NY (315) Holy Family Church 129 Winthrop Street (315) Immaculate Conception Church 119 W. Main Brownville, NY (315) Missionaries of the Sacred Heart 668 Thompson Street (315) Our Lady of the Sacred Heart 320 West Lynde Street (315) Saint Elizabeth Seaton R C Church 227 East Bronson Dexter, NY (315) Saint James Catholic Church 327 West Street (315) Saint John the Evangelist Catholic Church LaFargeville, NY (315) Saint Mary s Catholic Church 8408 S Main Street Evans Mills, NY (315) Saint Mary s Catholic Church 515 Mary Street Clayton, NY (315) Saint Michael s Church 10 Maple Ave Antwerp, NY (315) Saint Patrick s Church 123 South Massey Street (315) Saint Paul s Catholic Church 208 Leray Street Black River, NY (315) Saint Teresa of Avila Catholic Church 318 Main Street Theresa, NY (315) Saint Vincent of Paul Church 139 North Kanady Cape Vincent, NY (315) CHRISTIAN Philadelphia Christian Fellowship Ore Bed Road Philadelphia, NY (315) Church of Christ: Burrville Congregational Church Van Allen Road & Brookside Drive Burrville, NY (315) Church of Christ 1426 Washington Street (315) m Church of Christ Disciples Felts Mills, NY (315) Emmanuel Congregational Church UCC 119 Hamilton Street (315) Richville United Church Main Street (315) Tri County Church of Christ US Hwy 11 Calcium, NY (315)

25 United Community Church 112 N School Street (315) Church of God: Family Worship Center Church of God in Christ 520 Meade Street (315) Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Mormon): The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints Cole Road (315) The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Ives Street Road (315) EPISCOPAL Christ Episcopal Church 412 Hugunin Street Clayton, NY (315) Christ Episcopal Church 207 E Main Street Sackets Harbor, NY (315) Emmanuel Zion Parishes 39 E Church Street Adams, NY (315) Grace Episcopal Church 421 State Street (315) Saint John s Episcopal Church Po Box 247 Black River, NY (315) Saint John s Episcopal Church 333 S Market Street Cape Vincent, NY (315) Saint Paul s Episcopal Church 314 Clay Street (315) Thomas Memorial AME Zion Church 715 Morrison Street (315) Places of Worship (Continued) Trinity Episcopal Church 227 Sherman Street (315) GOSPEL New Covenant Fellowship West Street Road (315) Thousand Islands Christian Church Simpson Road Plessis, NY (315) JEHOVAH'S WITNESS Kingdom Hall of Jehovah s Witness Comstock Road Adams, NY (315) Kingdom Hall of Jehovah s Witness Route 342 Black River, NY (315) Kingdom Hall of Jehovah s Witness (315) Jehovah s Witness of Gouverneur Hull Road Gouverneur, NY (315) LUTHERAN Christ Covenant Lutheran Church Smith Street (315) Concordia Lutheran Church 818 Arsenal Street (315) n.com Saint Paul s Lutheran Church Redwood, NY (315) MENNONITE Grace Community Church 5952 Allard Road Ellisburg, NY (315) Naumburg Mennonite Church Naumburg Road (315) Northern Lights Christian Fellowship Allard Road Henderson, NY (315) Watertown Mennonite Church State Route 3 (315) nymennon.bfn.org/ watertwn.htm METHODIST Adams United Methodist Church 36 E Church Street Adams, NY (315) AME Incorporated 17 Bridge Street (315) Asbury United Methodist Church 327 Franklin Street (315) Belleville Methodist Church 8123 State Route 289 Belleville, NY (315) Bethany United Methodist Church 214 W Lynde Street (315) Black River United Methodist Church 144 S Main Street Black River, NY (315) Brownville United Methodist Church PO Box 56 Brownville, NY (315) Carthage Champion United Methodist Church 608 State Street (315) Clayton United Methodist Church 324 John Street Clayton, NY (315) Dexter United Methodist Church 210 W Kirby Street Dexter, NY (315) Evans Mills United Methodist Church 8668 Church Street Evans Mills, NY (315) First United Methodist Church 236 Mullin Street (315) Free Methodist Church Rte 3 West (315) Henderson United Methodist Church 8871 State Route 178 Henderson, NY (315) Natural Bridge Methodist Church Church Natural Bridge, NY (315) Philadelphia United Methodist Church 19 Main Street Philadelphia, NY (315) Thomas Memorial AME Zion Church 715 Morrison Street (315) Three Mile Bay Methodist Church Po Box 127 Three Mile Bay, NY (315) United Methodist Church 2 Rock Street Alexandria Bay, NY (315) United Methodist Church 2 Academy Street Antwerp, NY (315) Woolworth Memorial United Methodist Church Great Bend, NY (315) rvhs.org/woolchur.html NAZARENE Church of the Nazarene 960 State Street (315) Church of the Nazarene PO Box 160 LaFargeville, NY (315) First Church of the Nazarene 535 Thompson Blvd (315)

26 Places of Worship (Continued) NON-DENOMINATIONAL & INTERDE- NOMINATIONAL Christian Life Center United Pentecostal Church State Route 12E Chaumont, NY (315) City of Refuge Christian Church of NNY NYS Route 3 (315) Faith Fellowship Church of Dexter 220 W. Bradley Dexter, NY (315) Faith Fellowship Church of Watertown 131 Moore Avenue (315) Gospel Mission Fellowship 219 Commercial Street Theresa, NY (315) Holy Covenant Church of God 207 W Lynde Street (315) Jesus Revivals Church 101 Park Place (315) New Life Christian Church PO Box 81 Depauville, NY (315) New Testament Christian Church Route 3 PO Box Felts Mills, NY (315) Greek, Eastern, Russia Orthodox: St. Vasilios Greek Orthodox Church 502 Franklin Street (315) OTHER CHRISTIAN Deferiet Union Church 45 Anderson Avenue Deferiet, NY (315) Parkside Bible Church 491 Eastern Blvd (315) PENTECOSTAL Christian Life Center State Route 126 (315) Family Worship Center Church of God in Christ 520 Meade Street (315) Gospel Mission Fellowship 219 Commercial Street Theresa, NY (315) Living Water Fellowship of Watertown, NY 100 Purdy Av (315) New Testament Fellowship Route 12 (315) Sweet Haven Holy Church of God No 3 Route 342 Black River, NY (315) sweetheaven3.com PRESBYTERIAN Chaumont Presbyterian Church State Route 12E Chaumont, NY (315) Dexter Presbyterian Church 18 W Kirby Street Dexter, NY (315) First Presbyterian Church 403 Washington Street (315) Hope Presbyterian Church 518 Leray Street (315) Korean Presbyterian Church 214 W Lynde Street (315) Stone Presbyterian Church 140 Chestnut Street (315) Theresa Presbyterian Church 117 Riverside Avenue Theresa, NY (315) United Presbyterian Church 101 N Broad Street Sackets Harbor, NY (315) REFORMED Reformed Church of the Thousand Isles 54 Church Street Alexandria Bay, NY (315) SALVATION ARMY The Salvation Army 723 State Street (315) SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST Ellisburg Seventh Day Adventist Church Route 289 Belleville, NY (315) Watertown Seventh Day Adventist Church State Route 3 (315) UNITARIAN All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church 1330 Gotham Street (315) WESLEYAN Grace Wesleyan 311 Prospect Street (315) Standard Church of America 313 Prospect Street (315) Wesleyan Church 148 Route 23 Ext Harrisville, NY (315) SYNAGOGUES Adirondack Jewish Center 223 JB Wise Place (315) Degel Israel Synagogue 557 Thompson Blvd. (315)

27 Trash Removal/Recycling TRASH REMOVAL COMPANIES Busler Construction & Sanitation Countryman Road Theresa, NY (315) C-Ray Management Route 11 (315) Damon Refuse (315) Development Authority of the North Country State Route 177 Rodman, NY (315) Feher Rubbish Removal State Route 342 (315) Jefferson Co. Recycling & Waste Management Dept Solid Waste Facility State Route 12 (315) John Allen Sanitation SVC State Route 193 Ellisburg, NY (315) Murtaugh Recycling State Route 193 Mannsville, NY (315) RBE Waste Removal Swan Road (315) Recycling Center & Transfer Station: New York State Route 12 (315) S & J Trash Rescue Adams Center, NY (315) Star Route Sanitation 8293 Benton Road Henderson, NY (315) Thomas Trash Service 37 East Church Street Adams, NY (315) Waste Management of Watertown Administrative Office: NYS Route 12 (315) Waste Management Card Road Felts Mills, NY (315) Williamson s SVCES Natural Bridge, NY (315) REDEMPTION CENTERS Adams Redemption 7 Liberty Street Adams, NY (315) Corky s Cans for Cash 507 Factory Street (315) Griffs 5 ½ Cents Redemption Center 153A Coleman Avenue 27

28 Moving & Storage Facilities ABC Self Storage NYS Route Cape Vincent Self Storage, Inc PO Box Grant Road Cape Vincent, NY (315) Diamond Storage PO Box NYS Route 37 Watertown NY (315) Drum Self Storage Gardnerville Road Evans Mills, NY (315) Islands Moving & Storage (315) Livingston Moving & Storage 2107 Coffeen Street (315) Lorel Corporation Mini Warehouse Teal Drive (315) (315) North Country Moving & Storage (315) Pinnacle Moving & Storage (315) Renaissance Moving & Storage (315) Space Place US Route 11 Evans Mills, NY (315)

29 Adirondack Mountains, Lake Placid and Whiteface Mountain Alexandria Bay City of Watertown Clayton Downtown Watertown Business Association Dry Hill Ski Area Greater Watertown North Country Chamber of Commerce Jefferson-Lewis BOCES Jefferson County Property Listings Jefferson County and Northern New York (Includes schools, government, TV/Radio stations, Newspapers, Chambers of Commerce, Fire Stations, Real Estate, Attractions, Fort Drum, Healthcare and Economic Development) Lake Placid Sports Sackets Harbor www. sacketsharborny.com Tug Hill Construction Tug Hill Region Website Index Watertown International Airport (Private Flights) 29