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The elected officials and all our town employees are committed to ensuring that the Town of New Windsor is safe and affordable place to raise a family. The Town prides itself on its outstanding services it provides to its residents and business owners. Our Police Department is top notch, our roads are maintained to high standards, and our Recreation Department provides a wealth of activities to all age groups.

Town Hall is open Monday - Friday, from 8:30am - 4:30pm. If you have any suggestions or problems relating to the town or services, please do not hesitate to contact the appropriate Town Department.

       

2020 Adopted Budget

  11.12.2019

The Town of New Windsor 2020 Adopted Budget is now available for viewing. You can view the adopted budget by clicking HERE.

 

Upcoming Events

04Jul
04Jul

Unveiling of Brewster's Forge Fuller at the Edmonston House

04 Jul, 2018 PM 12:30 — 04 Jul, 2018 PM 12:30   
Event details

History buff or just want to know more about the history of our great town? Check out this event Wednesday, July 4th at the Edmonston House, 1042 Route 94 in New Windsor.

The unveiling of the Brewster’s Forge Fuller (anvil) now on loan to our museum “The Historic Edmonston House” in Vail’s Gate. Supervisor Green and the Town Board has decided that the Edmonston House with its ties to blacksmithing and its Revolutionary War history is the appropriate place for the public to see this piece of New Windsor history. The house was home to generations of blacksmiths and during the Revolutionary War it served as Headquarters to Major Generals Gates and St. Clair, it also housed the medical staff and supplies for the New Windsor Cantonment.

On July 4th at 12:30pm there will be a ribbon cutting ceremony with guest speakers:

Colin Schmitt, Chief of Staff New Windsor, Assemblyman James Skoufis, Orange Count Historian Joanna Yaun and Doc Bayne, Sterling Forest State Park Historian.

After the ceremony the public is invited to see the new Brewster’s Forge exhibit and the centerpiece of the new exhibit is the fuller. It was on this fuller the “The Great Chain” was assembled. The chain was then shipped down river and anchored to the shores of West Point and Constitution Island to keep British forces from taking control of the Hudson River and dividing the colonies in two. Since both British and American Generals wrote extensively about the need of taking control of the river in order to win the war, the chain, with its defensive fortifications kept the river under American control. By making the chain, Brewster’s Fuller played a part in America’s victory over the British. The event is free and open to the public. The Edmonston House is located at 1042 Route 94 New Windsor, NY.

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11Jul
11Jul

Town Board Meeting

11 Jul, 2018 PM 7:00 — 11 Jul, 2018 PM 8:00   
Event details

7pm, Town Hall Court Room

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New Documents

Assessment Role

2019 Final Assessment Roll

Fair Housing Policy

Fair Housing Policy adopted by
the Town Board on March 6, 2019

Apple Ridge FEIS Report: October 2019

View Here

Windsor Hospitality Draft Environmental Impact Statement

DEIS Documents for pubic hearing on 4/24:
 View Here

Banta Hospitality: 935 Union Avenue DEIS Report
   Volume I    Volume II