5 Route 31, P.O. Box 568,  Jordan, New York  13080

315-689-9031

Fax 315-689-3122

"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy."

Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Town Board members


Elbridge Town Board
The Elbridge Town Board serves as the legislative body of the Town. Its functions are numerous and include matters vital to the administration of Town government and the provisions of related services. The Elbridge Town Board is comprised of a Town Supervisor, Deputy Supervisor, and three council members. Members are responsible for various areas of Town government. For more specific information contact the Town Clerk at 315-689-9031 x4. The Town Board meets the 2nd and 4th Thursday of each month at 7:00PM at the Town Hall, except for the months of January, July, August, November, and December. Please refer to our home page for posted dates. The Organizational meeting will be held in early January, at a date to be announced by the Supervisor, and takes the place of the second meeting of that month.


"Let us not seek the Republican answer or the Democratic answer, but the right answer."

John F. Kennedy

  • Town Supervisor:  Ken Bush, Jr.
    supervisor@townofelbridge.com
    315-689-9031 x4
    Assigned Areas: Ways and Means, Audit Control, Budget, Personnel and Intergovernmental Relations
     
  • Deputy Supervisor:  Rita Dygert
    CouncilorDygert@townofelbridge.com
    Assigned Areas:  Planning and Zoning, Insurance, senior Citizens, Business Development, and Fire Departments

  • Councilor:  Vern Richardson
    councilorrichardson@gmail.com
    Assigned Areas:  Recreation, Water, Cable TV, Building and Grounds, Highway

  • Councilor:  Floyd Duger
    CouncilorDuger@townofelbridge.com
    Assigned Areas:  Justice/Court, Environmental, Assessing, and Technology

  •  Councilor:  Doug Blumer
    CouncilorBlumer@townofelbridge.com
    Assigned Areas:  Dog Control, Cemeteries, Work Place Safety, Historical Properties, and Public Safety