The Board of Trustees of the Village of Castleton-on-Hudson will hold a regular meeting on Monday, June 13, 2021 at Village Hall, 85 South Main Street. If you are unable to attend, please find the Zoom link below. Up to two members of the Board may not be physically present at Village Hall.
Topic: Village Board of Trustees Regular Meeting
Time: Jun 13, 2022 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Meeting ID: 894 5497 6345
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Please note that Village tax bills were mailed May 31, 2022. Water/sewer/refuse bills were also included in this mailing. If you do not receive your bill within the next week please contact the Village Hall at (518) 732-2211 ext. 2 or 3 as bills are due on June 30, 3022 to avoid penalty.
9J Milling update - Mon, April 18th - DOT let us know that tomorrow Tuesday, April 19th, the trucks will be in Castleton to mill 9J/Main Street Rain or Shine. This includes North Main Street and South Main Street. No parking on either side from Hudson Foods traffic light to Brickyard Road all of tomorrow from 6am to 6pm. Alternate parking has been setup on First Street behind the Noyes Engine house (behind Grants Garage). Any questions call Village Hall between 9am and 3pm. 518.732.2211 ext 2 or 3.
Did we mention Rain or Shine?
Thanks for your cooperation.
Work continues on Main Street today, Monday, April 11th. Concrete is being poured on our new ADA compliant curbs plus other work is being done. Please keep all cars off Main Street. Thanks for your cooperation.
Main St/9J Paving update: we had a busy day down on Main Street today with lots of curbs getting retrofitted to be handicap accessible. And we are getting two new crosswalks!! Tomorrow, Thursday, April 7th more milling and repair work will be done on Main Street so we ask that no cars be parked on Main St., or Justus Lane during the day. If there are spots available after the trucks leave for the day cars can resume parking on Main Street.
Depending on tomorrow's schedule we may not see the road being milled until next Tuesday but we will keep you informed. Overflow parking is available behind the Noyes Engine House (behind Grant's Auto) and at Sacred Heart Church. Thanks to everyone for their flexibility on this. The entire project will span a few weeks. Some scenes from today:
Starting Wednesday of next week, April 6th, New York State will begin a repaving project on 9J which includes Main Street in the Village. The first step is milling (scraping) the road and that will begin Wednesday. 9J/Main Street will be brought down to a single lane of traffic and there will be no parking on the side of the street that is being milled. Temporary parking has been set up on First Street behind the Noyes Engine House, salt shed, and DPW equipment garage. There will be parking signs posted Tuesday. Further parking is available at Sacred Heart Church. There are also 3 Village parking lots where you can park: next to the new Poke Jar, across from the post office (do not park in the reserved spots) or behind Village hall. If you have any questions please contact Village hall at 518.732.2211 ext 2 or 3 between 9 and 3. We will keep you updated as we learn more details. Thanks for your patience and flexibility during this project.
We will be sending out text blasts to those who are signed up for Emergency Notifications. If you're not already signed up text to: 518.394.8800 and in the message space type Village123 - this will automatically enroll you to receive the text messages.
8:50pm update: Water Main break has been fixed. Water pressure will be coming back gradually over the next few hours. Water may be slightly discolored due to the turbulence of the changes in pressure. No boil water necessary. The Village Water, Wastewater and DPW departments spent many hours in the cold today (and most were covered with mud) getting our water back working. Thanks guys !! Special shout out to the Castleton Fire Department who used their drill night to direct traffic, provide extra lighting and help keep the job site safe. Very much appreciated.