47 Second Street, Camden, NY 13316

Our History

Town of Camden

The Town of Camden was established as a political unit in 1799, when it was formed from the Town of Mexico, Oswego County.  Later, the Towns of Florence and Vienna, and a portion of Annsville, were created from Camden.  The Village of Camden was incorporated on May 2, 1834, and the first election of Village officers took place that same year.  The present boundaries were established in 1864.

Agriculture in the Town was mainly of the subsistence type until about the time of the Civil War, when dairying and the manufacture of cheese became important.  

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Our Community

The Town of Camden is a robust community. As the foothills of America, we are a strong community with an independent public library, local museum containing the history of our citizens, manufacturing, and growth. Our excellent school system services over 2000 students by providing them with a sound educational background while at the same time enriching them with athletic, music and art programs.

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Employment /Board Member Opportunities/Announcements

Town of Camden Ambulance

Looking to fill multiple positions for:

EMT’s, Paramedic’s and Drivers

Applications can be picked up at the Town of Camden Town Clerks office during normal business hours or by online application:  Oneida County Civil Service Employment Portal (mycivilservice.com)

Completed applications can be dropped off at the Town Clerks office located at 14 Church St.; via postal mail:  PO Box 265

or email:  [email protected]

Applicants must have current up to date CPR and EMT, AEMT, CRITICAL CARE, or Paramedic certification.  Will certify/recertify CPR if needed.

Pay scale and job requirements will be discussed during interview.  All applications are subject to Oneida County Personnel review.

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