As a Hudson River water front community, the Village of Castleton-on-Hudson understands and values the importance of our water resources. The river provides us with scenic and recreational enjoyment, transportation and commercial opportunities. In return, we are all stewards of the Hudson River. We owe it to ourselves and future generations to preserve and protect this great river. 

StormwaterTo protect our water resources, the U.S. EPA and the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation require permits for stormwater discharges from Municipal Separate Stormwater Systems (MS4s) in certain urbanized areas including the Village of Castleton. To comply with these permit requirement, the Village has created a Stormwater Information page, where information about local laws, the MS4 permit program and permits for construction activities can be found along with links and other educational information about how we can protect our water resources. 

To report an accidental spill or to report any illegal dumping into our storm water system, please call: 
Public Works Office: 518-732-2983 (7:00 am - 3:00pm) 
Village Hall Office: 518-732-2211 (9:00am - 3:00pm, please press #2) 
Mayor Joseph Keegan: 518-732-2211 (anytime) 

More Information:
For information about the Castleton Stormwater Program, and to see what you can do to help or what permit requirements might be applicable, see the list ofStormwater Program topics at the left of this page.

To contact us:
Storm Water Coordinator: Deputy Mayor Sharon Martin
Phone: 518-732-2211 
Fax: 518-732-0060 

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