The Town of Corinth is in the process of designing a new train station that will be located at the Corinth stop off Hamilton Avenue. A volunteer Working Committee has been assisting the Town and their design consultants, Saratoga Associates and Rogers Planning and Research, LLC to develop three alternative station concepts. One design will be chosen by the Town in the coming weeks and your input is requested.
The Town Board will be holding a public informational meeting on March 5 at 4:30pm at the Corinth Town Hall. The public is encouraged to attend and provide their input. During the meeting, the design process will be discussed along with the schedule to begin construction of phase 1 of the project. Phase 1 will include the construction of a pavilion and boarding platform. Phase 2 will involve the construction of the full station.
For additional information contact the Project Manager, Matthew Rogers with any questions. He can be reached at 518-222-8504 or via email at matthewrogers@rogersplanning.com.

Click the below hyperlinks to view the three design concepts
1910 Station Concepts    South Corinth Station Concept    Adirondack Style Concept
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Our Beauty

Corinth, NY is located on the banks of the Hudson River in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains. The surrounding lakes, streams, and woodlands provide beauty at every turn. Come and enjoy the serenity of Corinth,  and still be only 15 minutes away from all the faster-paced attractions and entertainment  offered in our neighboring communities of  Saratoga and Lake George

Town Board Meeting Dates
1st, 3rd and 4th Thursdays at 4:30 PM
2nd Thursday at 7:00 PM
Little Known Factoids

The first settlement in Corinth was made near Mount McGregor about 1775 by Ambrose Clothier. Samuel Eggleston located near by in the same year. Benjamin Ide came from Jonesville, in Clifton Park, in 1777.

In the extreme southeastern corner of Corinth is the famous Mount McGregor, where Gen. Ulysses S. Grant died

In 1810 there were between thirty and forty saw-mills in the town

The population in 1875 was 1659

Parts of Syracuse, NY were once called Corinth

Corinth is the "Snowshoe Capital of the World"
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