Town of Mexico

1/20/22 KN95 Masks & At-Home Test Kits*

Courtesy of Oswego County, KN95 masks are available in the Town Office for residents on a first-come, first-served basis. Please limit your request to one or two masks per person in your household at this time until all community members have the opportunity to take advantage of this program. You may stop into the office during regular office hours. Monday-Thursday 10:00am-4:00pm

*ALL At-Home Test Kits have been distributed. The Town Office has reached out to the Oswego County Office of the Aging for more and will update our website as soon as more are available. In the mean time, you can order test kits for free through NYS at:

Important Notes

The public hearing for Local Law 1 of 2022, the Temporary Sawmill Moratorium has been rescheduled for Monday, February 14, 2022, 7:00 pm located at McAuslan Hall, 3245 Main Street, Mexico, NY.

The January ZBA meeting is rescheduled for Thursday, January 20th, 2022 at 7:00pm at McAuslan Hall, 3245 Main St, Mexico. This is an in-person meeting but social distancing and masks are REQUIRED.

Town of Mexico
P O Box 98
64 S. Jefferson St.
Mexico, NY 13114

Fax: (315)963-8806

There is a vacancy on the Zoning Board of Appeals the Town of Mexico is looking to fill.  Any interested party please call the Town Clerk for an application or put your resume in the town drop box.

The Town of Mexico is located just 25 miles north of the growing metropolitan area of Syracuse, on the eastern shore of Lake Ontario, and is near an interchange of Interstate 81, a major north-south transportation artery. It is also within easy commuting distance of the smaller cities of Oswego and Fulton.  Mexico is served by four New York State arterial highways that provide high speed transportation linkage to the surrounding area.

Accessibility to employment centers coupled with the town’s rural environment and location within the scenic Lake Ontario shoreline region, make it an attractive small town residential community.

Mexico was first formed into a town by an act of the New York State Legislature in April 1792.  The town included all of the present counties of Onondaga and Cortland and the western and central portions of Oswego County.  The land commissioners were ordered by the Surveyor General to lay out and name each new town.  Possibly one of the commissioners was interested in Central America and chose Mexico for a name.