Watertown Relocation - Tug Hill Construction, Inc.



Watertown Relocation - Tug Hill Construction, Inc.
Welcome to The
N orth C ountry
of The Empire State
Jefferson County: “The Fastest
Growing County In New York State”
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
• 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!
Map of Jefferson County New York…………………..……………………….….…...……... ..4
Traveling To and From Watertown………………………………...…………….…….……... ..5
About Watertown, NY……………………………………………………….………….…………..6
The Jefferson County Community…………………………………….…………….…………...7
Recreational & Historical Areas Around Watertown …………..…………………..………...8
Socio Economic Profile……………………………………………..…………………….……….16
Places of Worship…………………………………………..…………………………………..…..24
Trash Removal/Recycling………………………………………………………………………….27
Moving and Storage Companies…………………………………..………….…………...…….28
Website Index.………………………………………………………..………….....……………....29
Jefferson County, New York
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……………….…..205 miles
Niagara Falls …………………227 miles
Baltimore, MD…………….....402 miles
Ottawa, ON CA……………...126 miles
Boston, MA……………….…..373 miles
Philadelphia, PA……………..324 miles
Buffalo, NY…………….……...215 miles
Pittsburgh, PA………………..423 miles
Cleveland, OH………….…….398 miles
Rochester, NY……………….150 miles
Hartford, CT……………….….316 miles
Syracuse, NY………………….71 miles
Montreal, QC CA……….…...183 miles
Toronto, ON CA……………..223 miles
New York City, NY……….….317 miles
Washington, DC……………..445 miles
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.
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,
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.
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
The Adirondacks
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
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.
Salmon River Falls
Redfield Reservoir
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 1812.
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.
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.
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...
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.
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
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!
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.
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,
safe environment.
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 www.goremountain.com
Site of the 1932 and 1980 Olympic Games including the legendary "Miracle on Ice" hockey game
in 1980. 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
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: 518-523-1655 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
Lake Placid celebrates the 75th anniversary of the 1932 Games in February 2007.
Dry Hill Ski Area
Dry Hill Ski Area’s close proximity to
Watertown lets you indulge your
passion for winter fun anytime you
Enjoy downhill skiing, snowboarding,
and tubing. They also have rentals,
lessons and great deals on day or
season passes.
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Jefferson-Lewis BOCES
Alexandria C.S.D.
34 Bolton Ave
Alexandria Bay, NY 13607
(315) 482-9971
Carthage Central School
CCS District Office
25059 County Route 197
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-5000
Charles Bohlen Career and
Technical Center (BOCES)
20104 State Route 3
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 779-7200
Administrative Building:
(315) 779-7100
Belleville-Henderson Central
School District
8372 County Route 75
Belleville, NY 13611
(315) 846-5411
General Brown Central
School District
17642 Cemetery Road
Dexter, NY 13634
Superintendent of Schools
(315) 639-4711
Indian River Central School
32735B County Route 29
Philadelphia, NY 13673
(315) 642-3441
215 South Broad Street
Sackets Harbor, NY 13685
(315) 646-3575
South Jefferson Central
School District
Maple Avenue
Adams Center, NY 13606
(315) 583-6104
Thousand Islands Central
School District
410 Esselstyne Street
Cape Vincent, NY 13618
(315) 654-2142
Watertown City School District:
WCS District Office
376 Butterfield Avenue
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 785-3700
[email protected]
Academy at Ivy Ridge
5428 State Highway 37
Ogdensburg, NY 13669
(315) 393-5930
Augustinian Academy
317 West Street
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-1301
Keuka College
PO Box 98
Keuka Park, NY 14478
COLLEGES & UNIVERSI(315) 279-5406
Columbia College
PO Box 939
Fort Drum Campus
LeMoyne College
Fort Drum, NY 13602
1419 Salt Springs Road
(315) 775-1028
Syracuse, New York 13214
(315) 445-4100
Empire State College-SUNY
Fort Drum Program
Paul Smiths College
PO Box 940
PO Box 265
Black River, NY 13612
Rte 86 & Rte 30
(315) 773-6139
Paul Smiths, NY 12970-0265
(315) 785-2418
(518) 327-6227
Jefferson Community College-SUNY
1220 Coffeen Street
Watertown, NY 13601
Information: (315) 7862200
Admissions: (315) 786-2277
SUNY Colleges of the North
4300 Camp Hale Road
Fort Drum, NY
(315) 773-9007
(315) 772-5477
Canton College of Technology
34 Cornell Drive
Canton, NY 13617
(315) 386-7011
Christian Heritage PreSchool/ Elementary
32500 Route 3
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-6463
LaFargeville Central School
Clarkson University
District Main Office – Main
8 Clarkson Ave.
Potsdam, New York 13699
Faith Fellowship Christian
LaFargeville, NY 13656
(315) 268-6400
(315) 652-2241
131 Moore Avenue
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-9342
Lyme Central School District www.ffcwatertown.org
College of Environmental
11868 Academy Street
Science & Forestry at SyraChaumont, NY 13622
cuse University
Immaculate Heart Central
(315) 649-2417
1 Forestry Drive
Development Office
Syracuse, NY 13210
1 Sterling Place
(315) 470-6500
Sackets Harbor Central
Watertown, NY 13601
School District
(315) 786-3988
St. Lawrence University
23 Romoda Drive
Canton, NY 13617
SUNY at Potsdam
44 Pierrepont Avenue
Potsdam NY 13676
(315) 267-2000
SUNY at Oswego
214 Swetman Hall
Oswego, NY 13126
(315) 312-2500
(315) 312-2270
SUNY Upstate Medical University at Syracuse
750 East Adams Street
Syracuse, NY 13210
(315) 464-5540
Syracuse University
Syracuse, NY 13244
(315) 443-1870
CF Medical Center
1014 Oswegatchie Trail Road
Star Lake, NY 13690
(315) 848-5404
Canton-Potsdam Hospital
50 Leroy Street
Potsdam, NY 13676
(315) 265-3300
Canton-Potsdam Hospital
53 School Street
Richville, NY 13681
(315) 287-4264
Carthage Area Hospital
1001 West Street
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-1000
Carthage Area Hospital – VA Outpatient
3 Bridge Street
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-4180
Evans Family Health Center
26121 US Route 11
Evans Mills, NY 13637
(315) 629-5437
Evans Mills Clinic
26121 Route 11
Evans Mills, NY 13637
(315) 629-1304
Jefferson County Public Heath
531 Meade Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(3150 786-3710
[email protected]
Mercy of Northern New York
218 Stone Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-7400
North County Children's Clinic
238 Arsenal Street
Watertown, N.Y. 13601
(315) 782-9450
River Hospital
4 Fuller Street
Alexandria Bay, NY 13607
(315) 482-2511
Samaritan Keep Home
133 Pratt Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 785-4400
Samaritan Medical Center
830 Washington Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 785-8469
Main Number: (315) 785-4000
ER Department: (315) 785-4100
Info. Desk: (315) 785-4194
TDD: (315) 785-4399
TDD Emergency Department:
(315) 785-4508
Walker Cancer Treatment Center
Med Ready Medical Group
19472 Route 11
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 779-1104
Mountain Medical of Watertown
1213 Coffeen Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 779-2273
North Country Urgent Care
21017 Route 12F
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 786-3436
QuikMed Urgent Care
727 Washington St.
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 785-7009
[email protected]
40 Franklin Street
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-2343
22096 Us Route 11
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 788-5247
Thousand Island Fitness Center
45240 NYS Rt 12
Alexandria Bay, NY 13607
(315) 482-2845
Watertown Health & Racquet Club
431 Eastern Blvd
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 788-8373
Watertown Family YMCA
119 Washington Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 785-3100
Watertown Fairgrounds YMCA
585 Rand Drive
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 755-YMCA
Carthage YMCA
250 State Street
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-3286
Guilfoyle Ambulance Service
PO Box 88
438 Newell Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 788-8105
(315) 785-8105
[email protected]
Hospice Foundation of Jefferson
425 Washington Street
Watertown, NY 13601
C.A.N.I. Fitness Center
[email protected]
19472 US Route 11
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 786-8032
Places of Worship
Thomas Memorial AME Zion
715 Morrison Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-2085
Emmanuel-Zion Parishes
39 East Church Street
Adams, NY 13605
(315) 232-2916
Adams Assembly of God Church
23 S Main Street
Adams, NY 13605
(315) 232-4936
Calvary Assembly of God
10 Martin Street Road
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-2711
Cornerstone Assembly of God
231 S Massey Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 788-9052
[email protected]
Northland Assembly of God
Route 11
Evans Mills, NY 13637
(315) 629-4825
Watertown Assembly of God
116 Haley Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 788-8885
Adams Center Baptist Church
13394 US Route 11
Adams Center, NY 13606
(315) 583-5311
Adams Village Baptist Church
24 E Church St.
Adams, NY 13605
(315) 232-2237
Alexandria Bay Baptist Church
41 Bolton Ave
Alexandria Bay, NY 13607
(315) 482-3426
Calcium Community Church
Po Box 303
Calcium, NY 13616
(315) 788-3823
Fellowship Baptist Church
20022 State Route 3
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 788-6155
First Baptist Church
511 State Street
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-1232
Pleasant Meadows Ministry
8673 Church Street
Evans Mills, NY 13637
(315) 629-4800
First Baptist Church
John Street
Clayton, NY 13624
(315) 686-3194
Seventh Day Baptist Church
13324 US Route 11
Adams Center, NY 13606
(315) 583-5158
First Baptist Church
207 State Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-1051
Smithville Baptist Church
14157 County Route 75
First Baptist Church of Black River Adams, NY 13605
(315) 232-3849
Maple Street
Black River, NY 13612
(315) 773-4091
First Baptist Church of Three Mile
8723 Depot
Three Mile Bay, NY 13693
(315) 649-2730
Gospel Mission Fellowship
219 Commercial Street
Theresa, NY 13691
(315) 628-1915
Grace Baptist Church
1204 State Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-0620
High Falls Baptist Church
110 Theresa Antwerp Road
Theresa, NY 13691
(315) 628-4614
All Saints Catholic Church
Chaumont, NY 13622
(315) 649-5688
Honeyville Baptist Church
Fuller Road
Adams Center, NY 13606
(315) 583-6251
Immaculate Conception Church
119 W. Main
Brownville, NY 13615
(315) 782-1143
Indian River Baptist Church
42 Main Street
Philadelphia, NY 13673
(315) 642-3122
Missionaries of the Sacred Heart
668 Thompson Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-3480
Holy Family Church
129 Winthrop Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-2468
Korean Baptist Church of Watertown
267 E Main Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 786-0250
Long Falls Baptist Church
21 N Main Street
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-6751
Maranatha Bible Baptist Church
622 Boyd Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 786-1881
New Hope Baptist Church
19983 State Route 3
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-9908
North Country Fellowship Church
Sayre Road
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-3958
Our Lady of the Sacred Heart
320 West Lynde Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-1474
Saint Mary’s Catholic Church
515 Mary Street
Clayton, NY 13624
(315) 686-2638
Saint Michael’s Church
10 Maple Ave
Antwerp, NY 13608
(315) 659-8372
Saint Patrick’s Church
123 South Massey Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-6086
[email protected]
Saint Paul’s Catholic Church
208 Leray Street
Black River, NY 13612
(315) 773-5672
Saint Teresa of Avila Catholic
318 Main Street
Theresa, NY 13691
(315) 628-4512
Saint Vincent of Paul Church
139 North Kanady
Cape Vincent, NY 13618
(315) 654-2662
Philadelphia Christian Fellowship
37773 Ore Bed Road
Philadelphia, NY 13673
(315) 642-0122
Church of Christ:
Burrville Congregational Church
Van Allen Road & Brookside Drive
Burrville, NY 13601
(315) 782-5222
Church of Christ
1426 Washington Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 788-4103
Church of Christ Disciples
Felts Mills, NY 13638
Saint Elizabeth Seaton R C Church (315) 773-1820
227 East Bronson
Emmanuel Congregational Church
Dexter, NY 13634
(315) 639-3888
119 Hamilton Street
Watertown, NY 13601
Saint James Catholic Church
(315) 782-2650
327 West Street
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-3224
Richville United Church
Saint John the Evangelist Catholic Main Street
Watertown, NY 13601
LaFargeville, NY 13656
(315) 287-0647
(315) 658-2295
Tri County Church of Christ
Saint Mary’s Catholic Church
23502 US Hwy 11
8408 S Main Street
Calcium, NY 13616
Evans Mills, NY 13637
(315) 629-4155
(315) 629-4425
Places of Worship (Continued)
United Community Church
112 N School Street
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-1132
Church of God:
Family Worship Center Church of
God in Christ
520 Meade Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 788-4976
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter
Day Saints (Mormon):
The Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-Day Saints
Cole Road
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-0344
The Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter Day Saints
Ives Street Road
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 788-4161
Christ Episcopal Church
412 Hugunin Street
Clayton, NY 13624
(315) 686-3703
Christ Episcopal Church
207 E Main Street
Sackets Harbor, NY 13685
(315) 646-2217
Emmanuel Zion Parishes
39 E Church Street
Adams, NY 13605
(315) 232-2916
Grace Episcopal Church
421 State Street
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-0382
Saint John’s Episcopal Church
Po Box 247
Black River, NY 13612
(315) 773-4047
Saint John’s Episcopal Church
333 S Market Street
Cape Vincent, NY 13618
(315) 654-3833
Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church
314 Clay Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 788-3730
Trinity Episcopal Church
227 Sherman Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 788-6290
(315) 846-5987
Watertown Mennonite Church
19089 State Route 3
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 785-9861
New Covenant Fellowship
West Street Road
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-3821
Adams United Methodist Church
36 E Church Street
Adams, NY 13605
(315) 232-4824
Thousand Islands Christian
26631 Simpson Road
Plessis, NY 13675
(315) 482-6756
AME Incorporated
17 Bridge Street
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-4377
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witness
16484 Comstock Road
Adams, NY 13605
(315) 232-4481
Asbury United Methodist Church
327 Franklin Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-3240
[email protected]
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witness
28345 Route 342
Black River, NY 13612
(315) 775-1215
Belleville Methodist Church
8123 State Route 289
Belleville, NY 13611
(315) 846-5436
Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witness
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-2817
Bethany United Methodist Church
214 W Lynde Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 788-7791
[email protected]
Jehovah’s Witness of Gouverneur
Hull Road
Gouverneur, NY 13642
(315) 287-4437
Christ Covenant Lutheran Church
20324 Smith Street
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-4722
Concordia Lutheran Church
818 Arsenal Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-1260
Brownville United Methodist
PO Box 56
Brownville, NY 13615
(315) 788-9076
Carthage Champion United Methodist Church
608 State Street
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-2664
Saint Paul’s Lutheran Church
Redwood, NY 13679
(315) 482-2006
Clayton United Methodist Church
324 John Street
Clayton, NY 13624
(315) 686-3887
Grace Community Church
5952 Allard Road
Ellisburg, NY 13650
(315) 846-5353
Dexter United Methodist Church
210 W Kirby Street
Dexter, NY 13634
(315) 639-3022
Thomas Memorial AME Zion
715 Morrison Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-2085
Black River United Methodist
144 S Main Street
Black River, NY 13612
(315) 773-5015
Naumburg Mennonite Church
Naumburg Road
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-4971
Evans Mills United Methodist
8668 Church Street
Evans Mills, NY 13637
(315) 642-3204
Northern Lights Christian Fellowship
Allard Road
Henderson, NY 13650
First United Methodist Church
236 Mullin Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-3033
Free Methodist Church
20022 Rte 3 West
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 788-4194
Henderson United Methodist
8871 State Route 178
Henderson, NY 13650
(315) 938-7217
Natural Bridge Methodist Church
44035 Church
Natural Bridge, NY 13665
(315) 644-4093
Philadelphia United Methodist
19 Main Street
Philadelphia, NY 13673
(315) 642-3204
Thomas Memorial AME Zion
715 Morrison Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-2085
Three Mile Bay Methodist Church
Po Box 127
Three Mile Bay, NY 13693
(315) 649-2600
United Methodist Church
2 Rock Street
Alexandria Bay, NY 13607
(315) 482-9357
United Methodist Church
2 Academy Street
Antwerp, NY 13608
(315) 659-8411
Woolworth Memorial United
Methodist Church
Great Bend, NY 13643
(315) 493-1781
Church of the Nazarene
960 State Street
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-2792
Church of the Nazarene
PO Box 160
LaFargeville, NY 13656
(315) 658-2402
First Church of the Nazarene
535 Thompson Blvd
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-3840
Places of Worship (Continued)
Christian Life Center United Pentecostal
12749 State Route 12E
Chaumont, NY 13622
(315) 649-2546
[email protected]
City of Refuge Christian Church of NNY
32500 NYS Route 3
Carthage, NY 13619
(315) 493-6463
Faith Fellowship Church of Dexter
220 W. Bradley
Dexter, NY 13634
(315) 639-6760
Faith Fellowship Church of Watertown
131 Moore Avenue
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-4421
Gospel Mission Fellowship
219 Commercial Street
Theresa, NY 13691
(315) 628-1915
Holy Covenant Church of God
207 W Lynde Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 785-8775
Jesus Revivals Church
101 Park Place
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-9073
New Life Christian Church
PO Box 81
Depauville, NY 13632
(315) 686-6090
New Testament Christian Church
Route 3
PO Box 30675
Felts Mills, NY 13638
(315) 775-1568
Greek, Eastern, Russia Orthodox:
St. Vasilios Greek Orthodox Church
502 Franklin Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 788-4920
Deferiet Union Church
45 Anderson Avenue
Deferiet, NY 13628
(315) 493-0392
Parkside Bible Church
491 Eastern Blvd
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-6534
Christian Life Center
25785 State Route 126
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 788-6234
Family Worship Center Church of God in
520 Meade Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 788-4976
Gospel Mission Fellowship
219 Commercial Street
Theresa, NY 13691
(315) 628-1915
Living Water Fellowship of Watertown, NY
100 Purdy Av
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-7606
New Testament Fellowship
24419 Route 12
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 779-1531
Sweet Haven Holy Church of God No 3
Route 342
Black River, NY 13612
(315) 773-1717
Chaumont Presbyterian Church
11768 State Route 12E
Chaumont, NY 13622
(315) 649-5303
Dexter Presbyterian Church
18 W Kirby Street
Dexter, NY 13634
(315) 639-6958
First Presbyterian Church
403 Washington Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-1750
Hope Presbyterian Church
518 Leray Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-4961
United Presbyterian Church
101 N Broad Street
Sackets Harbor, NY 13685
(315) 646-2077
Reformed Church of the Thousand Isles
54 Church Street
Alexandria Bay, NY 13607
(315) 482-9976
The Salvation Army
723 State Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-4470
Ellisburg Seventh Day Adventist Church
Route 289
Belleville, NY 13611
(315) 846-9084
Watertown Seventh Day Adventist Church
18057 State Route 3
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 785-0113
All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church
1330 Gotham Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 788-2742
[email protected]
Grace Wesleyan
311 Prospect Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 788-1064
Standard Church of America
313 Prospect Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 788-1064
Wesleyan Church
148 Route 23 Ext
Harrisville, NY 13648
(315) 543-2723
Korean Presbyterian Church
214 W Lynde Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-7158
Adirondack Jewish Center
223 JB Wise Place
Watertown, NY 13601
Stone Presbyterian Church
140 Chestnut Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 788-5630
Degel Israel Synagogue
557 Thompson Blvd.
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-2860
Theresa Presbyterian Church
117 Riverside Avenue
Theresa, NY 13691
(315) 628-5350
Trash Removal/Recycling
Recycling Center & Transfer Station:
27138 New York State Route 12
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 785-9072
Busler Construction & Sanitation
34545 Countryman Road
Theresa, NY 13691
(315) 783-1099
S & J Trash Rescue
Adams Center, NY 13606
(315) 583-5891
C-Ray Management
23116 Route 11
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 785-5574
Star Route Sanitation
8293 Benton Road
Henderson, NY 13650
(315) 846-5321
Damon Refuse
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 779-9920
Thomas Trash Service
37 East Church Street
Adams, NY 13605
(315) 232-2162
Development Authority of the North Country
23400 State Route 177
Rodman, NY 13682
(315) 232-3236
Waste Management of Watertown
Administrative Office:
27138 NYS Route 12
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 785-9072
Feher Rubbish Removal
23285 State Route 342
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-3717
Waste Management
Card Road
Felts Mills, NY 13638
(315) 773-5696
Jefferson Co. Recycling &
Waste Management Dept
Solid Waste Facility
27138 State Route 12
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 785-9072
Williamson’s SVCES
Natural Bridge, NY 13665
(315) 644-4000
John Allen Sanitation SVC
11692 State Route 193
Ellisburg, NY 13560
(315) 846-5951
Adams Redemption
7 Liberty Street
Adams, NY 13605
(315) 232-3610
Murtaugh Recycling
15155 State Route 193
Mannsville, NY 13661
(315) 465-5211
Corky’s Cans for Cash
507 Factory Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 786-1905
RBE Waste Removal
22727 Swan Road
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 788-3867
Griffs 5 ½ Cents Redemption Center
153A Coleman Avenue
Watertown, NY 13601
Moving & Storage Facilities
1000 Islands Moving & Storage
(315) 782-7777
Livingston Moving & Storage
2107 Coffeen Street
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 782-1090
ABC Self Storage
24452 NYS Route 283
Watertown, NY 13601
[email protected]
Cape Vincent Self Storage, Inc
PO Box 40
2803 Grant Road
Cape Vincent, NY 13618
(315) 654-8185
Lorel Corporation Mini Warehouse
22320 Teal Drive
Watertown, NY 13601
(315) 785-9082
(315) 788-4846
Diamond Storage
PO Box 6633
24561 NYS Route 37
Watertown NY 13601
(315) 788-3036
[email protected]
North Country Moving & Storage
(315) 782-8679
Pinnacle Moving & Storage
(315) 788-8910
Renaissance Moving & Storage
(315) 788-2770
Drum Self Storage
29777 Gardnerville Road
Evans Mills, NY 13637
(315) 629-5320
Space Place
26470 US Route 11
Evans Mills, NY 13637
(315) 629-5636
Website Index
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Alexandria Bay
City of Watertown
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
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Tug Hill Construction
Tug Hill Region
Watertown International Airport (Private Flights)