The Village Office is open and
masks are required to
enter the building .
You will be asked to sign in
for contact tracing.
Introducing the Village of Dannemora
Dannemora is a small village in northern New York centrally located in Clinton County.
Permanent settlement in Dannemora began in 1838 and Dannemora was officially incorporated as a village in 1901, growing up around the Clinton Correctional Facility. Clinton Correctional is the largest and third oldest maximum security prison in the state and provides employment opportunities for many people living in our area.
Dannemora is a great place to live in and to raise a family. With a small population, our village provides a safe and friendly atmosphere and we welcome all to our neighborhood. The forests, mountains, and lakes surrounding our region provide great scenery and excellent recreational activities. We are also only a few hours away from Montreal and only a half hour away from Plattsburgh and Lake Champlain so come see what Dannemora and our region has to offer!
October 2020 Community Updates
See some of the Projects we have been working on here in the Village. Click Here.
The annual Election Day spaghetti dinner will NOT be held this year due to Covid restrictions.
Dannemora Free Library has curbside service Mondays from 11-3 and Thursdays from 3-7. Call 518-492-7005 for more information.
The New York Canadian Genealogical Society is now open - every Wednesday from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm and the first Saturday of each month from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm.
The Dannemora Museum is now open the first Saturday of the month from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION: Local community members may speak with a representative by calling the local Plattsburgh Social Security office at 1-866-964-7430 or our National 800 Number at 1-800-772-1213 (1-800-325-0778 TTY). We provide local office phone numbers conveniently online with our Social Security Office Locator.
Although our offices are not providing service for walk-in visitors, we may be able to schedule an appointment for limited, critical issues if we cannot help someone by phone and if they cannot get the information they need or conduct their business online.
Please encourage your community members to call or take advantage of our secure and convenient online services to:
Check the status of an application or appeal,
Request a replacement Social Security card (in most areas),
Print a benefit verification letter, and
Most business with SSA can be done online but we know that many people still rely on phone or in-person help. That’s why we want people to know they can still count on us by phone.