City Hall Connects: Stay Cool, Stay Safe

City Hall Connects: Stay Cool, Stay Safe

July 18, 2020
Office of the Mayor

Stay Cool, Stay Safe

Hot & humid weather is expected throughout the weekend; the NWS has issued a heat advisory for the greater Capital Region. Take precautions when outdoors, limit your time in the sun, and stay hydrated!

Of equal importance: please wear a mask when in public, especially when indoors and in close proximity to othersWearing a face covering helps save lives. Your continued cooperation is critical in protecting public health AND keeping our small businesses, restaurants, and shops open. 

News for your Neighborhood

  • The City is seeking applications for the position of Systems Analyst for its financial software. For more information on this position, including job responsibilities, qualifications, and salary, please see the Programmer Analyst job posting at 
  • Reminder: property owners can make in-person payments on four dates at the Knickerbacker Ice Rink this July. Payments property taxes, water bills, garbage bills and violations, and bulk trash bills can also be completed online at installment of 2020 property tax payments are due Friday, July 31st.
  • IMPORTANT: Less than 50% of Troy households have completed the 2020 Census. Getting an accurate count will help determine how billions in federal funds are provided to communities like Troy during the next decade. These funds help support our schools, hospitals, fire departments, roads, special education programs, infrastructure, and more. It takes less than 10 minutes to complete your 2020 Census form – visit or call (844) 330-2020 to get started!

Don’t “Waste” This Opportunity

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the spring Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day has been rescheduled for Saturday, August 1st. This free event is limited to Troy residents only. A coupon is required to participate (with proof of residency).

For instructions on obtaining a coupon, please visit

WATCH: City Recycling Coordinator issues an update on the upcoming Household Hazardous Waste disposal event.

Please note: previously-issued coupons for the April event will be honored, so you don’t need to request a new one!

COVID-19 Update

Recent spikes in infection rates in neighboring counties are an important reminder that this virus is still here, and it’s not going away anytime soon. This virus is affecting people of all ages, so it’s important we all take this pandemic seriously.

Last week, the Center for Disease Control called on Americans to wear mask to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This small act can help protect the health of your family, friends, and neighbors.

For more information on local testing sites and health protocols, visit

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