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Schroeppel, New York

Schroeppel, New York

Schroeppel (pronounced SCREW-pull) is a town in Oswego County, New York. It is twenty miles north of the City of Syracuse. Schroeppel was the surname of early settlers, hence the name of the town. As of June of 2022, the town’s population was 8,055. Schroeppel consists of numerous hamlets and one village. The hamlets are named Boewn Corners, Caughdenoy, Gilbert Mills, McMahon Corners, Peacock Corners, Pennellville, Roosevelt Corners, Sand Ridge, Shephard Corners and Stewart Corners. The village is named Phoenix. It serves as the downtown and is the location of town offices.

Traffic Tickets in Schroeppel, New York

The majority of traffic tickets in Schroeppel are for speeding violations on New York State Route 481 (NYS-481). This road starts off as Interstate 481 when it breaks off the I-81, south of Syracuse. From there it circles the city halfway before continuing northward. North of Syracuse, it is downgraded from an interstate highway to a state highway. However, it initially retains its speed limit of 65 mph.

Another notable road is the town’s arterial north and south bound road, New York State Route 264 (NYS-264). County Route 57 (CR-57) is another road worth mentioning. It runs parallel to the Oswego River and intersects NYS-264 inside the village square. The eastern part of town is served primarily by County Route 12 (CR-12), which also leads motorists to the village as it heads south-west from the east town line. For a brief moment, New York State Route 49 (NYS-49) falls under the town’s jurisdiction near the northern town line. The remaining center and eastern area of Schroeppel is very rural, and consists mainly of small, local roads.

The New York State Police and the Oswego County Sheriff’s Department conduct traffic patrols in Schroeppel. They issue traffic violations that are answerable to the town court. There is no local town or village police force, however there is a town constable who is able to cite motorists.

Receiving a traffic ticket in Schroeppel is nothing to worry about if handled properly. Get in touch with the Benjamin Goldman Law Office today so we can assess your situation free of charge.

In addition to the town roads, the Schroeppel Justice Court (also known as the Schroeppel Town Court) has jurisdiction over a significant portion of I-481. I-481 is an eastern bypass of Syracuse, New York. It runs from south Syracuse to the City of Fulton. I-481 rides along the town’s southwest town line. It runs along the north side of Phoenix. Phoenix is the village found in the southern portion of town. Several main roadways lead into it. One notable road is the town’s arterial north and south bound road, New York State Route 264. County Route 57 is another road worth mentioning. It runs parallel to the Oswego River and intersects NYS-264 inside the village square. The eastern part of town is served primarily by County Route 12, which also leads motorists to the village as it heads south-west from the east town line. For a brief moment, New York State Route 49 falls under the town’s jurisdiction near the north town line. The remaining center and eastern area of Schroeppel is very rural, and consists mainly of small, local roads.

The New York State Police and the Oswego County Sheriff’s Department conduct traffic patrols in Schroeppel. They issue traffic violations that are answerable to the town court. There is no local town or village police force however there is a town constable who is able to cite motorists. The State Police tend to monitor the interstates and expressways while leaving the local roads for the county sheriff. The most common charge in Schroeppel is speeding, typically issued on I-481. Other violations issued in town include following too closely, texting while driving, driving with an obstructed view, and other low level violations.

Receiving a traffic ticket in Schroeppel is nothing to worry about if you act quickly. Get in touch with the Benjamin Goldman Law Office today so we can assess your situation free of charge.

The Benjamin Goldman Law Office

The Benjamin Goldman Law Office is a traffic ticket defense firm. We have been helping motorists in Oswego County since 2011. Our firm has obtained substantial reductions for serious speeding tickets and other violations. We can take on any ticket that is answerable to the Schroeppel Justice Court. A consultation with our firm will go over your ticket, what you can expect if you are convicted, how we can keep that from happening, and answer any other questions you may have. We encourage you to reach out to us as soon as possible. The sooner you deal with your ticket, the better.

Points Reduced or Money Back Guarantee*

Our firm offers a Point Reduction or Money Back Guarantee*. This means we will issue a full refund of your legal fee if we are unable to reduce the points added to your license as a result of the ticket.

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Information on the Schroeppel Justice Court

Address: 69 County Route 57A, Phoenix, New York, 13135
Location: Google Maps
Phone: (315) 695-6177
Fax: (315) 728-7533
E-mail: schroeppeltowncourt@nycourts.gov
More Information: Court Website

Town Justice: Hon. Christina Mitchelson
Constable: Robert Dalton
Prosecutor: ADA Louis H. Mannara