6 May Cancellation of the Memorial Day Parade & Service on May 17 May 6, 2020 By Patrick Mangan General 0 Out of an abundance of caution due to ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Town of New Windsor has cancelled the Memorial Day Parade & Service scheduled for Sunday, May 17th. The Memorial Day Service will be rescheduled for a date in the future when it is safe to hold. Related Articles 9/11 20th Anniversary Memorial 9/11 20th Anniversary Memorial ON SEPTEMBER 11, 2021, AT 5pm, THE TOWN OF NEW WINDSOR WILL HOST A MEMORIAL SERVICE AT KRISTI BABCOCK MEMORIAL PARK. AS THE DATE GETS CLOSER WE WILL PROVIDE ADDITIONAL INFORMATION. GEORGE J. MEYERS, SUPERVISOR Supervisor Meyers announces cancellations due to ongoing Coronavirus Pandemic PRESS RELEASE In light of recent developments with the coronavirus pandemic and the public health emergency in New York State, Supervisor George Meyers is taking the following actions to limit exposure to town employees and the public. These protective measures are being taken to assure the operation of local government in the safest manner possible for the public and our employees during this public health crisis. All Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals meetings, public hearings and workshops are canceled until further notice. Justice Court appearances and hearings before Justice Meyers (Tuesdays) and Justice Calderin (Thursdays) are canceled until further notice. The Court will notify you of a new appearance date once the coronavirus pandemic passes. All Recreation programs and activities are canceled until further notice, including the town’s annual Easter Egg hunt. Supervisor Meyers is requesting anyone having business with the Town of New Windsor use the telephone, email, online services, or US Mail to conduct business and avoid coming into Town Hall or the Recreation Offices. New Windsor offers online utility bill payments, court fines and fees payments, online FOIL requests, online mapping, and more on our website at newwindsor-ny.gov. New Windsor Police and New Windsor Ambulance have instituted health safety protocols to protect their members and provide uninterrupted service to our residents and the general public. Please check the Town website, Facebook page, and register for text notifications on our website at newwindsor-ny.gov for updated information. Town of New Windsor in contact with Verizon regarding Fios service in town Town Supervisor Meyers has contacted Verizon regarding their ability to provide Fios service to New Windsor residents. Throughout the month of January Supervisor Meyers’ office has been in touch with the Verizon Director of State Government Affairs, and also the director directly responsible for the Mid-Hudson and Westchester area for Verizon. Both explained that Verizon’s current position is fulfilling their existing signed franchise agreements with other towns, cities and villages. Verizon is not entertaining or committing to any new franchise agreements at this time. Verizon has agreed to monitor the town’s request. Verizon and the Town will revisit this issue in six months to see if Verizon’s position has changed. Feb 4th-Water service interruption for Summit Dr (from Ona Ln to Parkdale Dr) Due to a leak repair, water service will be interrupted on Tuesday, February 4, 2020 from approximately 9 AM to 4 PM in the following locations: Summit Dr (from Ona Ln to Parkdale Dr) A boil water advisory will follow. See full advisory by clicking HERE. Orange County 911 service restored Orange County 911 service has been restored and is able to accept emergency calls again. As always, for any police, fire or medical emergencies in New Windsor you can contact our dispatchers at 565-7000 24/7 or use 911. Free Rabies Clinic: May 22 at Kristi Babcock Memorial Park The Town of New Windsor Town Clerk, Kelly Allegra, and New Windsor’s Animal Control Officer, Stacy Conley, in cooperation with Orange County Dept. of Health, will be holding a FREE Drive-Thru animal rabies vaccination clinic at Kristi Babcock Memorial Park. This event will be held on Saturday May 22nd, 2021 from 10:00 until 12:30. Entrance signs and directional signs will be posted the day of the event. The clinics are open to cats, dogs and ferrets of Orange County residents only. All pets must be restrained by leash or carrier and proof of prior vaccination should be brought to the clinic for the 3-year shot. Ferret shots are only good for ONE YEAR regardless of prior proof of vaccinations. PRE-REGISTRATION IS MANDATORY: Register on our website or contact our town clerk's office at (845) 563-4611 Comments are closed.