The Annual Drinking Water Quality Report for the Village of New Paltz (2019) is now available online, here.
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,
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
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
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
Reminding residents that they can access tonight’s Zoning Board meeting (scheduled to begin at 7:00 PM) via WebEx by dialing in (+1-408-418-9388 | Access Code: 794 705 543 | Password: 9876). The Agenda for tonight’s meeting is available, here.
You can track our regional COVID-19 metrics progress at the Regional dashboard here. As of today, the Mid-Hudson region has met 5/7 criteria for re-opening. We still need to achieve a 14 day decline in Decline in Deaths and New