DPW, Water and Wastewater employees have been working on the water lines today (Tuesday, April 11) around Scott Avenue. The water was turned off for a while, but is now back on. The water is safe to drink, however it may be a little discolored.
There will be a public hearing held on the tentative 2017-2018 budget on Monday April 10th at 7:00pm at Village Hall.
Trustee Race, 03/21/17
Sharon Martin 116 Votes
Marianne Carner 106 Votes
Linda Underwood 79 Votes
There will be a budget workshop held at the regularly scheduled Board Meeting on Monday March 27th at 7:00PM at Village Hall.
This week, due to today's (3/14) storm, trash and recycling pick up in the Village of Castleton-on-Hudson will be on Thursday, March 16 instead of Wednesday, March 15.
In anticipation of the predicted snow storm, the Village of Castleton-on-Hudson will be under a snow emergency from 6 AM on Tuesday, March 14 to 12 Noon on Wednesday, March 15. Thanks in advance for your cooperation.
Please Note: A Fire Flow Test will be conducted on March 9, 2017. Residents may notice some discolored water, reduced water pressure and should refrain from doing laundry on this day. Sorry for the inconvenience and thanks in advance for your cooperation.
Photo shows the swearing in of Castleton Fire Company Officers. In addition, Michael Shortsleeve was the winner of the Fire Fighter of the year award, and Marianne Carner was recognized for 35 years of service in the Castleton Ladies Auxiliary.
Snow Emergency Update
The Village Board Meeting scheduled for tomorrow, Monday 2/13/17 at 7:00 PM has been canceled. An abbreviated Village Board meeting will be held at 8:00 PM on Wednesday, 2/15/17.
The Village offices will be closed tomorrow, Monday 2/13/17 due to the snow emergency. Normal business hours will resume on Tuesday at 9:00 AM on 2/14/17.
Cars must be off Village Streets during the snow emergency. Parking can be found at the Fire House, churches and the Main Street parking lots. All spaces in the new First Street lot are also available.
Thanks to all the residents who have moved their cars and a special thanks to the DPW for their tireless efforts to get ahead of this storm.