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Advisory issued for the North Greenbush Town Beach: The Rensselaer County Health Department is issuing an advisory, Sunday, August 30, 2020, regarding the North Greenbush Town Beach to alert visitors to the beach of a potential exposure to Covid 19. A case was confirmed on Sunday, August 30, 2020, of a Town beach employee who worked at the beach concession stand on August 22, 2020. Those who may have visited the Town beach concession stand between 11:00 am to 4:00 pm may have been exposed. Please monitor for symptoms. If you become symptomatic, please get tested for Covid 19 as soon as possible. Those with questions can call the Rensselaer County Health Department at 518-270-2655. Saturday, August 22nd was the last day of operation for the Town beach. The Town has been notified of the situation involving the possible exposure.
Due to Covid 19, the 2020 Town Fair has been cancelled.
The Town of North Greenbush Town Hall playground will be open to the public starting on Saturday, June 20th. The playground will be cleaned daily.
TOWN HALL IS CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC. Please see the notices below. We thank you for your patience & cooperation during this difficult time.
TOWN OF NORTH GREENBUSH EXECUTIVE ORDER Declaring a Local State of Emergency in the Town of North Greenbush A Local State of Emergency is hereby declared for the Town of North Greenbush effective March 17, 2020 at 1:00 PM for the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, outbreak that is a threat to the public safety of our community and (may result or requires) the implementation of necessary emergency response and recovery actions. This Local State of Emergency will remain in effect for 14 days and may be extended or terminated depending on the nature of the continued threat. As the Chief Executive of Town of North Greenbush, I, Joseph H. Bott, III, exercise the authority given me under Section 24 of Article 2B of New York State Executive Law to preserve the public safety and hereby render all required and available assistance deemed vital to the safety, security, well-being and health of the citizens of this Municipality. I hereby direct all departments and authorized personnel of the Town of North Greenbush to take whatever steps necessary to protect life and property, public infrastructure and provide such emergency response and recovery assistance deemed necessary in accordance with the Town’s Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan and or New York State or Federal Government recommended guidelines or requirements. Joseph H. Bott, III, Town Supervisor
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC: The Town of North Greenbush and its staff will continue to serve the Town of North Greenbush during this emergency declaration. However, until further notice, the Town Office will be closed to the general public. If you do need assistance from specific departments in Town Hall, please call the office as normal. Phone messages will be checked on an hourly basis. You may contact the Supervisor’s Office at: 518-283-5313, the Town Clerk’s office at: 518-283-4306, the Building Department at: 518-283-2714 and the Utilities Department at: 518-283-2574. You may also contact Mike Miner at: 518-912-1568 for Building, Planning, Zoning or Utilities questions and concerns. We thank you for your understanding during this time and your cooperation.
POSTPONED: The Public Information Open House meeting re: CR (Snyders Corners Rd) over the Wynantskill Creek – See attached flyer Postponed Public Meeting
Town Supervisor, Joseph Bott: Welcome to the Town of North Greenbush’s website. We hope our citizens and visitors alike will find the information contained herein to be useful. For those of you who live in our town, we hope this information will help you when you need the services of the Town of North Greenbush. For those of you who are visitors from other locations, we hope that we have provided useful information for you. We are excited about this opportunity to visit with you through the internet. Our goal is to provide our citizens with the best service a town can provide and our visitors with the knowledge that North Greenbush is a great place to live, raise a family, and to do business. Please keep watching our information. We will be changing, adding, and building so that we can provide you with additional services and information. If you have any suggestions, questions or comments, please contact any member of the Town Board, the Town Supervisor or the Town Clerk. Thanks for your interest in our town. We look forward to hearing your comments and suggestions.
Attached is a notice from Niagara Mohawk Power Corporation received by the Town. The project calls for construction of a 7.3 mile natural gas transmission pipeline from the Town of Bethlehem to the Town of North Greenbush Troy Gate Station located on Bloomingrove Drive. They state that the project is needed to improve system reliability for existing customers as well as for continued growth. A public information meeting will be held by them on April 10, 2019 at the times and location indicated on the attached link.
Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. National Gas Transmission Project
Rensselaer County Multi-jurisdictional Hazard Mitigation Plan:
Town of North Greenbush Financial Documents:
US Route 4 Traffic and Pedestrian Improvement Project from NY Route 43 to the Troy Border Website:
New York Department of State Local Waterfront Revitilation Monitoring Report and RPI Walking Trail InformationNY Dept. of State Local Waterfront Revitalization Monitoring Report & Walking Trail Information
North Greenbush Military Banner Application form to order a flag. Please click on the application for more information: Form for Military Banners
TOWN OF NORTH GREENBUSH GRANTED $2.17 MILLION FOR
NYS DRINKING WATER GRANT
Town Offices are located at:
2 Douglas Street
Wynantskill, NY 12198
518-283-5313 F 518-283-5345
2017 Annual Financial Documents:
Town of North Greenbush tax bills are available online at:
Town of North Greenbush Final Budgets:
Standard Workday Resolution for Employees, Elected and Appointed Officials:
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