22nd Annual Citizen of the Year - Brent KovalchikRead on...
Halloween Parade - save the date! Sat, Oct 28th!Read on...
Next Brush Pick Up: October 2-6Read on...
Hendrick Hudson Lodge Chicken BBQOctober 7, 2023, 3-6pm
Red Hook Community Center & Red Hook Responds released the findings from the Community Needs Assessment covering the greater Red Hook & Rhinebeck area. The findings will be presented at two public meetings. Please see the Press Release for details.
6th through 8th graders enter the VFW’s Patriot’s Pen youth essay contest for a chance to win more than $1.4 million in state and national awards. Each first place state winner receives a minimum of $500 and the national first place winner wins $5,000!
Established in 1947, the Voice of Democracy audio-essay program provides high school students (9th through 12th) with the unique opportunity to express themselves in regards to a democratic and patriotic-themed recorded essay.
Free live summer concert series at Eat-N-Go in Red Hook. Every Friday night 6-8 pm from beginning of June until end of September. Bring a chair or blanket some food and enjoy an evening of local bands performing live.
Pile raked leaves in a row at the edge of your lawn or put in clean trash cans. Do not put leaves in paper leaf collection bags or mix with brush (2 separate piles). Do not block roadways or sidewalks. NO BURNING OF LEAVES is permitted.
Future Brush Pick Up Weeks are: 11/6-10
Remember to check with the Building Department to see if you need a permit and to make sure you are following Village Code. Call Lara at 845-758-4718 or email at LHart@redhooknyvillage.org.
Residents & businesses interested in donating scrap metal may contact Highway Department (845-758-8600) or Clerk’s Office (845-758-1081). Village personnel will pick up items upon request for free. Proceeds go toward purchase of Village tools & equipment.
Have an old table, chair, couch, mattress, box spring, oversized toy, appliance, or carpet that you want out of your house? The Highway Department will pick it up from your curb! Visit the Village Clerk for a Bulk Tag ($25 for most items)
Please place lawn debris/leaves and brush in separate piles. Limit brush piles to 6’ x 6’ x 6’ with tree branches no larger than 6” in diameter. Brush that includes tree trunks, stumps, garbage, or construction material will not be picked up. Neighbors ar...
We are happy to announce that the Village is now offering garbage tags for sale at the Red Hook Public Library! With evening and weekend hours, the Library will allow us to reach more residents. Cash, check & money order only.
Please take notice that the Village Board of the Village of Red Hook will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, October 10, 2023 at 7pm. The Public Hearing is to solicit project ideas for Community Block Grant Development Grant Funds.
Said Board will at said t...
Sealed Bids will be received until October 10th, 2023 at the 7467 S Broadway, Red Hook, NY 12571, address until 01:00 PM local time and then at said office publicly opened and read aloud. See bid announcement for details
The Village of Red Hook tax payment schedule is: June 1-July 1, no penalty; July 2-July 31, 5% penalty; August 1-August 31, 6% penalty; September 1-September 30, 7% penalty; October 1-October 31, 8% penalty. After these dates, all unpaid taxes will be tur...
The Village of Red Hook Board of Trustees adopted a local law (3 of 2023) on August 14, 2023.
A LOCAL LAW TO PERMIT INTERNALLY ILLUMINATED WINDOW SIGNS IN THE VILLAGE OF RED HOOK, EFFECTIVE 6/12/2023
LOCAL LAW TO REGULATE ANIMAL HUSBANDRY, HENS AND HONEYBEES IN THE VILLAGE OF RED HOOK, EFFECTIVE 6/22/2023
Red Hook Rotary Foundation has been selected Brent Kovalchik, former Village of Red Hook Deputy Mayor, as the "Citizen of the Year”! Please join us October 14, 2023, from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Red Hook Community Center (59 Fisk St).
Village and Town residents may bring household food scraps to the Town of Red Hook Recycling Center for composting. This service is free of charge and operates during normal Recycling Center hours.