Town of Cochecton, NY, Hamlets include Cochecton Center, Fosterdale, Lake Huntington, Village of Cochecton all in New York

Town Hall

Monday - Friday: 9am - 3pm

 

Cochecton Town Hall

74 Smales Road

Lake Huntington, NY 12752

(845) 932-8360

 

Not all offices hold the same hours. Please check the details of the department you wish to reach to see specific business hours.

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TOWN BOARD MEETINGS

The second Wednesday of

each month

 

7:00pm Work Session
7:30pm Regular Business

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PLANNING BOARD MEETINGS

The Last Thursday of each month, 7:30pm

townofcochectonny.org

 

A Message from the Supervisor  

 

 

Soon the signs of spring will surely appear and everyone will get the urge for that annual tradition of spring cleaning. The Cochecton Town Board and I would like to inform all our residents that Spring Cleanup Days will be on Saturday and Sunday, May 21 and 22. It will be located at the Old Town Hall/Highway Department and will be opened from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM each day. No Early Birds, please.     Accepted items are Household Junk, paint or tar cans must be empty and dry, bulky waste such as furniture, mattresses, carpets, etc.  Iron pipes must be cut to 4 foot lengths, drums and tanks must be empty and cut opened or crushed. Absolutely NO commercial dumping, NO tires, NO yard waste, NO full paint cans, petroleum products, pesticides or hazardous waste or propane tanks. NO household garbage, computers, monitors, televisions, and NO fluorescent bulbs will be accepted.

 

Litter Pluck is scheduled from April 23 to May 1, 2016. If you would like to help keep Cochecton beautiful and litter free, please contact Jerry Yavarkowsky at (845) 932-8210. Jerry has been the Chairman of Keep Cochecton Clean and the Town Board appreciates the fine job he and his members have been doing to make Cochecton GREAT!

 

Our Community Room is busy serving meals to the seniors on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 12:00. Please join them for lunch or conversation. The meals are $3.00 to anyone over 60. Just be sure to call on those days to reserve a meal. The number is (845) 932-8360 X22.

 

On Mondays, several people in Cochecton meet in the community room at 1:00 to play Monopoly. Please join them for a fun afternoon with friends.

 

Please explore our website  for building permits, tax exemption forms, past meeting minutes or to view our proposed budget. Most things could be found here on our website. There is also a calendar of upcoming events in town, particularly with our very active Youth Board.

 

We would appreciate your thoughts on how we are doing and any other services that we might be able to provide. We would like to show you that Cochecton is a great place to live, visit, eat, canoe, camp, or just relax!

 

The Town Board is dedicated to providing the best services we can deliver while keeping your taxes down.  Please call or contact us if you have any questions. 

 

Thank you,
Gary D. Maas

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845-932-8360 Ext. 15

845-798-4941 (cell)

 

 

 

 

 

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   GRAND OPENING OF NEW TOWN HALL APRIL 1, 2011

Back:  Daisy Smith, Ethel Hulse, Pauline Johnson, and Joseph Meyer - all former Coucilpersons

Front:  Richard Schulman, Larry Richardson, Sal Indelicato, Gary Maas, Edwin Grund, Anna Story

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The Town of Cochecton is situated on the Delaware River, directly across from Damascus, Pennsylvania, to which a bridge over the river provides access. The Town has four communities located within it's boundaries — Cochecton, Cochecton Center, Fosterdale and Lake Huntington.