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Warren County Code of Ethics

Local Law 2 of 2022, enacted July 15, 2022 by the Warren County Board of Supervisors assigned the County Attorney to serve as the legal advisor for the Warren County Board of Ethics.  Earlier versions of the Warren County Code of Ethics can be accessed below:

•    Local Law 6 of 2021, enacted August 20, 2021
•    Local Law 5 of 2021, enacted May 21, 2021
•    Local Law 6 of 2014, enacted November 14, 2014

Warren County Freedom of Information Law Policy

Resolutions 346 of 2018 and 63 of 2021.  To submit a FOIL request to the County of Warren, please complete and submit the request form here. (We are developing the form now)

New York State Committee on Open Government

For information and resources on FOIL and the Open Meeting Law.

New York State Courts

New York State ECourts (electronic case filing)

Warren County Meetings, Minutes, Agendas and Resolutions

Collection of meeting material from 2005 to the present.

Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York

Free civil (non-criminal) legal services to low-income people for cases including, but not limited to:

  • Domestic Violence
  • Housing
  • Public Benefits
  • Impact Advocacy

Warren-Washington CARE Center

The Warren-Washington Child Advocacy, Resource, and Education (C.A.R.E.) Center is a non-profit Child Advocacy Center located in Glens Falls, New York. The mission of the Warren-Washington C.A.R.E. Center is to provide a safe and child friendly environment for children who are victims of sexual/and or physical abuse and their non-offending family members.

Assisted Outpatient Treatment (“AOT”) Statutes

Mental Hygiene Law

Admissions Process