The long term parking passes are now available for 2017. There are spaces available in the Plattekill Municipal Lot, in the Village Hall Lot and in the DPW Lot. The tags are valid 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for all spaces. The passes are $15.00 per space per month. We do not sell tags on a monthly basis. All tags are issues for January 1, 2017 to June 30, 2017 OR January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017. It is $90.00 for 6 months or $180.00 for 12 months. We accept check, cash, money order or credit cards for payment. Please note that there is a fee for using your credit card. It is a first come, first served so if you have a current tag that does not guarantee you a spot. Must be purchased at Village Hall, 25 Plattekill Avenue, New Paltz, NY 12561. The office is open Monday to Friday 9:00am to 4:00pm and does not close for lunch.
A community reminder of snowfall conditions- The parking or standing of vehicles is prohibited on all streets within the Village and on all parking lots owned, leased or maintained by the Village during any snowfall from the time accumulation of snow reaches a level of two inches until the street or parking lot has been fully plowed by the DPW
The Village of New Paltz Office of the Mayor cordially requests community input regarding the potential permanent closure of a section of Huguenot Street. The Village Board of Trustees will be considering this closure presented by the Huguenot Historical Society (HHS) at the Village Board Meeting on November 30th at 7:00 PM at Village Hall, 25 Plattekill Avenue.
The proposed plan involves permanent closure of Huguenot Street between North Front Street and Broadhead Avenue to create a more environmentally and pedestrian friendly area. This section would become a park/pedestrian space for locals and visitors. HHS will take over its maintenance. This closed section of Huguenot Street would remain connected to Village storm drains and water and sewer mains that the Village would have access to and remain responsible for maintaining. The section would also continue to be available to emergency vehicles.
Anyone who wishes to provide feedback regarding the proposed street closure is encouraged to attend the Village Board meeting on November 30th.We also welcome comments sent to email@example.com.
Please note that the meeting will not include a formal public hearing and that this invitation is for an initial informational session intended to solicit input and hear from members of our community; any formal public hearings and proceedings that may be required if the street closure plan moves forward, inclusive of any necessary environmental review, will be properly noticed for future dates.
Village Hall will be closing early today, Wednesday,
November 23, 2016.
Happy Holidays to All!