THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES EXTENDS ITS CONDOLENCES TO THE FAMILY OF LONGTIME VILLAGE RESIDENT VALERIE NAPOLITANO.   SERVICES WILL BE HELD ON SATURDAY, APRIL 1st AT 11:00 A.M. AT ST. MARY’S CHURCH.

 

BOND RESOLUTION (ROADWORK) APPROVED

Click to View Publication Notice:   Bond Resolution (Roadwork) Adopted 3-15-17

 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETINGS/BUDGET PUBLIC HEARING

April 12, 2017 / 7:00 p.m. Public Hearing on the 2017-18 Tentative Budget

April 19, 2017 / 7:00 p.m. Monthly BOT Meeting

 

THANK YOU TO THE AMERICAN RED CROSS

For their assistance in supplying the Village of Tuxedo Park Police Department with a trailer containing cots, blankets, food prep, cook set up, First Aid Kit, etc. so we can better prepare our community for an emergency situation.
 

 

VILLAGE ELECTION - June 20, 2017

Click to view:     2017 Election-Position Notice

Click to view:     2017 Election & Registration Info

Click to view 11″x14″ blank petition:  Independent Nominating Petition 2017

 

 

O&R:  CLEAR AWAY SNOW & ICE TO KEEP GAS SERVICE SAFE

Click to View:  O&R Snow & Ice Warning 2-10-2017

 

NEW 911 SERVICES NOW AVAILABLE – INCLUDING TEXTING:
Click to view flyer:   911 Services

 

PRESENTATION OF WEE WAH DAM PROJECT
by CHA at the Board of Trustees Meeting on March 15th at 7:00 p.m.

 

TREE ADVISORY BOARD
Race Track Activity and Updates
Click to View: TAB-Activities and Updates 3-7-2017
Click to view:  TAB-Environmental Stewardship Matters

 

DAM CONSTRUCTION PROJECT  AND INFORMATION

* Dam Presentation at March 15, 2017 BOT meeting *’The New York Times’ article on aging dams: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2017/02/23/us/americas-aging-dams-are-in-need-of-repair.html?hp=undefined&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickSource=story-heading&module=photo-spot-region&region=top-news&WT.nav=top-news&_r=0    

PILGRIM PIPELINE UPDATE
Click to View:  Pilgrim Pipeline Update

 

TOWN COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AMENDMENT
Click to View:   Town 2-13-17 Public Hearing Notice-Amend Comprehensive Plan

BEARS - To all Tuxedo Park Residents – Please be advised that as of December 21st, Black Bears are still active despite the time of year. Bird feeders should not be put out and garbage should only be placed outside the morning of pick up.

Tuxedo Winter Farmers’ Market The market is held on the second Saturday of each month from Dec. 2016 through Apr. 2017, 10 AM – 2 PM, inside the train station and outside on the commuter lot.  So the remaining four dates are: Jan. 14, Feb. 11, Mar. 11, April 8. Click to View the flyer:  Tuxedo Winter Farmers’ Market

GARBAGE/RECYCLING:  Garbage pickup Monday & Thursday.  Place items out early. Recycling pickup Wednesday.  All items placed in open container.  If a Federal holiday falls on a Monday, garbage will be picked up the next day, Tuesday.

BOATING RESTRICTIONS – TUXEDO RESERVOIR

Click to View:  Boating Restrictions – Tuxedo Reservoir June 2016

NEW   VEHICLE TAG PROCEDURE Click to view:   Tag Procedure 2016 – Resident & Non-Resident

MAYOR’S NEWSLETTERS
Click to View:  Mayor’s Newsletter 1-18-2017
Click to View:  Winter at the Preserve 1-2017

Click to view:  Mayor Newsletter 10-12-2016 Race Track Nature Preserve Dedication Invitation Click to view:  Mayor’s Newsletter – July 2016 Click to view:  TAB-Attachment to Mayor’s Newsletter

Click to view:  Mayor’s Newsletter 4-4-2016

Click to View:  Mayor Newsletter  01-07-16 Click to View:  Mayor’s Newsletter  10-06-15 Click to View:  Mayor’s Newsletter  08-18-15 Click to view:  Mayor’s Newsletter  07-14-15

TUXEDO RESERVOIR: 

OUR WATER IS SAFE TO DRINK

 

See updated Notices and Reminders on the right side of this page- Summer traffic and Noise.

TUXEDO LAKE - Reminder:  No swimming is allowed in Tuxedo Lake at any time by people or animals.

A notice has also been mailed to 2016 boat permit holders.

Click to view:  Annual Drinking Water Quality Report for 2015   The Tuxedo Park Tree Advisory Board (TPTAB) website, www.tptreeboard.org  is dedicated to providing you with essential information about caring for our trees.

Learn:
*how the TPTAB is advancing our mission of advocating responsible policies and implementing tree conservation, education and planting programs
*how volunteers are cutting back killer vines on Village-owned land!
*how trees and plants affect the water quality of our reservoir, the Tuxedo Lake
*how to plant, prune and maintain trees, and to remove invasive species and replant native varieties
*how trees, not only historic houses, are the underpinnings of the Village’s listing on the National Register of Historic Places
*and much more!

VILLAGE BOAT PERMIT FEES

Click to View:   New Boat Permit Fee Schedule – 2016
ARCHITECTURAL RENDERINGS – MAIN ENTRANCE

Click to view:  Architect No. 2 – Photo 1 Architect No. 2 – Photo 2 Architect No. 2 – Photo 3   USE OF SPEED BUMPS Click to view:  Speed Bump Use Information

 

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