Burning Permits

Annual burning permits are available from the following:

Please burn AFTER 6:00pm. When burning a large brush pile, notify the Columbia County Sheriff's office by calling

Burning Restrictions - DNR
Note: Daily burn restrictions are not updated until after 11 a.m.

Placement of Emergency Response Numbers

Columbia County ordinance Title 28 states all Emergency Response Number Signs are to be placed approximately five (5) feet to the right (facing the home) of the driveway right-of-way at the edge of the road right-of-way.

The Town of West Point places each Emergency Response Number Signs for each town resident in the correct location.

It is very important NOT to move the Emergency Response Number Sign as emergency (fire and ambulance) look for the signs to be in the correct location.

Notice to the Public

Town of West Point & Town of Lodi Residents

If you participated in the drinking water well testing on October 9th, 2017, you can pick up your results at the Drinking Water Testing Overview & Educational Session on November 14th, 2017, 6:00-8:30pm at the West Point Town Hall, N2114 Rausch Road, Lodi.  Registration begins at 5:30pm. The program will start 6:00pm and conclude by 8:30pm.  The educational program is designed to help you:

  • interpret your results (your individual results will be confidential)
  • learn what you can do to keep your water safe, and,
  • learn more about the region’s groundwater quality.






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