Welcome to the Town of Hague
Hague is located in the Eastern Adirondacks of New York State in Warren County. It is nestled on the shores of Lake George's Northern basin and offers its residents and visitors alike a beauty unique in all of the world. Hague provides visitor and vacation activities for all seasons. We in the Town are proud of our little hamlet and hope that you can come visit us and share in our "little piece of heaven." To learn more about us, see
A Brief History of Hague.
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Posted: February 8, 2017
CPR/ First Aid certification course will be offered on Wed., February 22, 10:00 am to 3:30 pm in the Warren County Human Services Building. Cost: $40 per person. Pre-registration required. For questions, or to register, call 623-3291 or email Dan Carusone at firstname.lastname@example.org. ... read more
Posted: December 30, 2016
Dear Hague Resident: The Town continues to move forward with the completion of the revision to the Town of Hague Comprehensive Plan updates. To date we have held three public forums at which a great deal of ideas and information was gathered. All public comments will be considered and addressed in the draft. The Town Board has committed funding in the 2017 Town budget to complete the proces... read more
Posted: September 29, 2016
The third public meeting of Hague’s 20/20 vision was held on Thursday, November 10, 2016 at 6:30 pm at the Community Center. The information gathered at the September 29 meeting was presented, and the participants discussed that data. Read the summary of the September 29 forum.... read more
Posted: September 14, 2016
The Town Board hosted a Second Community Forum at the Community Center on September 29. The goal of this 2020 Vision Forum was to build on the ideas and suggestions brought forth in the August 18, 2016 forum and help develop a roadmap for Hague. Groups were formed that focused on the areas addressed in Chapter 4 of Hague's current Comprehensive Plan. The individuals in the groups were charged ... read more