At its January 22 meeting, the Village of New Paltz Historic Preservation Commission will offer the first public screening of its new 15-minute video “Historic Preservation and the Village of New Paltz.” The video explains the history and principles of architectural preservation
Meters in the Core District will be waived from 12/11/17 through 12/26/17. Happy holidays!
Request For Qualifications & Proposals by Village of New Paltz for Professional Services to Develop a New Paltz Green Infrastructure Capital Improvement Feasibility Plan (Urbanized Areas Focus) – The Village, in collaboration with the Town, seeks to enter into a
Back in March, we requested the Department of Transportation to consider installing crosswalks on Main Street at Prospect Street and at Church Street. The DOT’s response — and explanation for denying the requests — is below.
Today we received a letter from NYS Assemblymember Kevin Cahill in support of A.1920 — the SUNY Impact Aid Bill — that would provide State Aid to communities hosting a State University campus deferring some extraordinary costs associated with providing
The Village of New Paltz is pleased to announce the permanent closure of a portion of Huguenot Street, between North Front Street and Broadhead Avenue, for the purposes of protecting the historic stone houses and creating a more environmentally and
The Village of New Paltz Office of the Mayor cordially requests your input regarding the community’s vision for the revitalization of downtown New Paltz. What makes our downtown the heart of where we live, work, and play? What can New
Community input is needed! The Village Board of Trustees is considering closing Church Street between Barner Books & Academy Street on Sundays for the purpose of fostering a pop-up community space for art, music, community activism, goods from local farms,
During a meeting at the end of 2016, the Village Board of Trustees discussed several locations within our community that are in dire need of new crosswalks. Read the letter Mayor Tim Rogers sent to the NYS DOT on the