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76 East Market Street, Rhinebeck, New York 12572
Telephone: 845-876-7015  |  Fax: 845-876-5583  |  Email: PCoon@villageofrhinebeckny.gov 

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LEGAL NOTICES
  • VILLAGE OF RHINEBECK OFFICES WILL BE CLOSED MON 1/20/20 IN OBSERVANCE OF MARTIN LUTHER KING DAY. IF YOU HAVE A WATER, SEWER OR ANYTHING TO LEAVE, PLEASE PUT IT IN THE MAILBOX TO THE RIGHT OF THE DOOR. THANK YOU.
     

  • Please Take Notice: That the Village of Rhinebeck Board of Trustees will be holding a special meeting on Tuesday, January 28th at 6:30pm at the Rhinebeck Village Hall. The purpose of this meeting is a public workshop to discuss the proposed Northern Dutchess Hospital district and any other business that may arise.
    Christina Denu
    Deputy Clerk

     

  • PUBLIC NOTICE: SNOW ORDINANCE prohibits overnight parking on the RHINEBECK VILLAGE STREETS between the hours of 12:01 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. from NOVEMBER 15TH, 2019 through MARCH 31ST, 2020.OFFENDERS WILL BE ISSUED A TICKET. By order of the RHINEBECK VILLAGE POLICE……
     

  • Resolution for Village of Rhinebeck Election

Christmas Trees will be picked up starting the following Monday after New Year's until the first week in February

The Village Highway Department will be collecting Christmas trees, wreaths, and other greenery that residents leave outside. The greens will be ground up and reused as mulch later in the year. That’s why it’s very important to make sure all the ornaments, lights and decorations are removed so they do not contaminate the mulch. Please leave your trees curbside for pickup. This is just one more way we recycle and help the environment.

Mayor Gary Bassett

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ANNOUNCEMENTS
  • Village of Rhinebeck is accepting applications for Full-time position as Village Clerk
    The Office of the Village Clerk operates at the center of Village government, serving both public and administrative needs. The responsibilities of the Village Clerk are subject to the direction and control of the Mayor, who is the Village’s chief executive officer.
    Starting salary will be commensurate with skills and experience.
    Please submit completed applications along with a resume to:
    Village Hall Attn: Mayor Bassett
    76 East Market Street
    Rhinebeck, NY 12572
    ​See documentation for a complete job description and application
    Mayor Gary Bassett

     

  • STR PERMIT Applications now accepted at Village Hall - Download Application here.
     

  • Operational Evaluation Level Report on the Village's Water System - December 2019
    Read executive summary here
    Read full report here

     

  • 2020 Census coming... what you need to know...

  • REPORT: 2018-2019 Financial State of the Village
     

  • 2019 Final Assessment Roll

complying with RPTL §1590 OCIS

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Yard Waste Pick Up
Brush and Yard Waste Removal Pickup Schedule:
North of East/West Market (including East/West Market) - 1st & 3rd Monday
South of East/West Market - 2nd & 4th Monday

§ 38-2 Annual collection of yard waste materials.
Materials compiled in the process of a normal spring/fall yard cleanup of property in the Village shall be collected by Village collection crews. Spring cleanup will be conducted on a continuous basis between April 1 through May 15 of each year. Fall cleanup will be conducted on a continuous basis between October 1 and December 1 of each year.

The Village of Rhinebeck is a special place and making it an Autism Supportive Community is a natural fit. We are leading the way for other communities as we are the first “Autism Supportive Community” in the region in partnership with Anderson Center for Autism and a grant from the Thompson Trust Foundation.  From my first meeting with Anderson Center for Autism to talk about the concept I was in and in all the way. We formed a committee made up of community leaders  to make our vision a reality. What does this mean, it means that as a Village, we promote understanding about autism and provide support through engaging, training and educating the community. And we want to make certain that individuals with autism and their families feel comfortable and welcome here.  SEE THE VIDEO:  https://vimeo.com/365427206

Mayor Gary Bassett

The Village of Rhinebeck and Anderson Center for Autism are thrilled to announce that we've both received designation as the Best Autism Awareness Collaboration in the Hudson Valley, thanks to Hudson Valley Magazine's Best of the Hudson Valley 2019 poll!  Be on the lookout for the upcoming edition of Hudson Valley Magazine to learn more, and help us continue our good work by visiting andersoncenterforautism.org/ASC, where you'll find inspiration to do make YOUR business, organization, or community more inclusive as well!  #1Thing can make a big impact! #BestOfTheHudsonValley #Autism #AutismAwareness #AndersonCenterForAutism #1in59 #Rhinebeck #HudsonValleyMagazine #HudsonValley