Together – We Will Make it Better

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Ward Meeting February 18 at 7:00PM at the Newburgh Free Library

Leveraging folks meeting times, February’s Ward 1 meeting will be the Distressed Property Community Meeting on Wednesday, February 18 at 7:00pm at the Newburgh Free Library.  A line up of great speakers are expected.  Please join us!
Distressed Property February MTG

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Snow Emergency in Effect


Please move your cars!

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Water Main Break

Liberty St. between Clinton and Broad St.

Please be advised that due to a water main break at Liberty St. between Clinton and Broad Street there will be a temporary loss of water service. The City of Newburgh is working to repair the service as soon as possible.

You may contact the City of Newburgh at (845) 569-7301 if you need additional information. Thank you for your cooperation and we apologize for any inconvenience.

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Snow emergency in effect

A snow emergency in the City of Newburgh effective today January 26 at 6:00 pm.

During a snow emergency, alternate side of the street parking regulations are in effect as follows:

  • On north-south streets, parking is permitted on the east side of the street only for 24 hours, from 6 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday of each week, and on the west side of the street only for 24 hours, from 6 p.m. Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
  • On east-west streets, parking shall be permitted only on the north side of the street for 24 hours from 6 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and on the south side of the street only for 24 hours from 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.
  • On all other City streets, the Police Department will designate the side of the street on which parking is permitted, with parking being allowed on one side of the street on Monday, Wednesday and Friday each week, and on the other side, Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday. Permitted parking on each side of the street will be from 6 p.m. from the time the emergency is declared, until 24 hours thereafter.
  • No parking will be allowed at all on designated snow emergency routes.Snow emergency routes are as follows: Broadway, both sides from West Street to the City line, Dupont Avenue, Lake Street, Leroy Place, and Little Britain Road, both sides, entire length, North Street, both sides from Leroy Place to Robinson Avenue, Robinson Avenue, and South Robinson Avenue, South Street, South Water Street, and Water Street (Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd.), both sides entire length.
  • Parking is allowed in City parking lots on Ann Street, Van Ness between Fullerton and Prospect, and on Chambers Street.
  • Cars illegally parked during a snow emergency WILL BE TOWED.
  • Residents will find snow emergency updates on local radio stations, including WGNY 1220 AM, WBNR, 1260 AM, WHUD, 100.7 FM, WSPK, 104.7, WWLE, 1170 AM, WPDH 101.5 &101.6 FM, WRRV, 92.7 FM & 96.9FM, KICKS 94.3/97.3 FM The Wolf, Radio Disney, 1340 AM & 1390 AM, and MIX 97.7-FM; local television stations, and on the Internet at and the City website, Snow emergency announcements will also be made in English and Spanish on the City Hall Hotline, 569-7398.
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Are you ready?

With the upcoming storm only a few hours away please be mindful of where you park your car and obey the signs for “Snow emergency” once it is declared.  Use common sense, if the majority of the cars on your block are on one side of the road park on that side as well.  This will allow our DPW trucks to get by and plow properly and prevent you from getting a ticket or worse being towed away.

Regarding the storm:

• Keep a flashlight and fresh batteries handy.

• If you rely on electricity to operate a well pump, fill your bathtub for an extra water reserve.

• Ensure adequate supplies of prescription medicine and other necessities.

• Fully charge your cell phone.

• Fuel up your vehicles.

• Have a plan to check on vulnerable neighbors and family members.

• Stock water and non-perishable foods that require no refrigeration or cooking.

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