Collection for residents who live on streets north of Main Street will begin on May 18th. Collection for the south of Main Street will begin on May 26th.
Village trucks will pick up:
- Brush and;
- Bagged yard waste in biodegradable bags.
*The Village will NOT be picking up other items this spring. Once we have a clearer picture of fiscal conditions we will work towards setting up a new time to pick up “other items” as we have done in the past.*
If you need to purchase leaf bags, call the clerk’s office at 845 255 0130 to pick some up, the leaf bags are $2 for a pack of 5.
The Village of New Paltz has retained Amity Construction Corp to work on a sewer rehab and replacement project of sewer mains on the following streets over the next couple of months:
Hasbrouck Avenue, South Chestnut Street, North Chestnut Street, Mulberry Street, Prospect Street, Grove Street, North Oakwood Terrace & North Manheim Blvd
Contact the Village of New Paltz DPW with any questions or concerns at 255-1980. Thank you for your cooperation and patience.
The MS4 Annual Report for the period ending March 9, 2020 is now available and can be found on our Stormwater Management / Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) Development page.
Click here to view the 2019-2020 MS4 Annual Report
Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that the Mid-Hudson region will be ending PAUSE and entering Phase 1 on Tuesday, May 26, pending enough contact tracers, which state and county officials confidently expect to be in place by then. Details about Phase 1 can be found here: https://forward.ny.gov/industries-reopening-phase
Additionally, on May 22nd, Governor Cuomo announced: “Executive Order 202.10, as later extended by Executive Order 202.18, Executive Order 202.29 and as extended and amended by Executive Order 202.32, which prohibited all non-essential gatherings of any size for any reason, except for any religious service or ceremony, or for the purposes of any Memorial Day service or commemoration, which allowed ten or fewer individuals to gather, provided that social distancing protocols and cleaning and disinfection protocols required by the Department of Health are adhered to is hereby modified to permit any non-essential gathering of ten or fewer individuals, for any lawful purpose or reason, provided that social distancing protocols and cleaning and disinfection protocols required by the Department of Health are adhered to.”
A recording of the remote/live-streamed meeting of the Planning Board which took place yesterday (Tuesday, May 19, 2020 at 7 PM) is now available on YouTube, here.
The Approved Minutes for the April 23, 2020 meeting of the Planning Board are now available, here.
ESD’s (Empire State Development) Essential Business Guidance has been updated as of May 16, 2020. Guidance can be found here and is pasted further below. This guidance updates and supersedes any guidance you may have received to date on this topic.
1. Any business with a pending inquiry must refer to the updated guidelines or the New York Forward website to determine the status of your business. If your business is included in the list of essential businesses, you do not need confirmation of such by ESD. ESD will not be responding to individual requests for determinations.
2. A new online tool has been developed to help determine whether your business is essential or is able to reopen. The New York Forward Business Reopening Lookup Tool can be found here.
3. The State will be issuing new safety and operating guidelines for businesses, including essential businesses and non-essential businesses that are permitted to reopen. Industry-specific guidelines are currently available for business sectors in Phase One: construction; agriculture, forestry, fishing, and hunting; retail trade; manufacturing; and wholesale trade. Those requirements can be found here.
4. Additional information on the phases of reopening for businesses and industries can be found here.
Tuesday, May 19th, 8:30 PM
Click here to submit a question prior to the meeting.
Click here to view and comment on the live meeting.
Or copy and paste this URL into your browser: https://youtu.be/PLjUqH7SL-U.
*This event is the second in a series, you can view the first meeting here.*
While we await further guidance from our state and county leaders for more specifics about re-opening plans, local leaders want to hear about New Paltz residents’ concerns, circumstances, and needs moving forward. Please join representatives from the Village of New Paltz, live on YouTube on Tuesday, May 19th, at 8:30 PM, as we gather and discuss questions regarding the next steps we will take as a community. Real-time viewers will be able to submit written questions and comments through the YouTube “chat” feature, and residents are also encouraged to submit written questions prior to the meeting via the form linked above.