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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The second Wednesday of

each month


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

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The Last Thursday of each month, 7:30pm


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 cleanup.  Together with the Town Board, I would like to inform all our residents that Spring Cleanup Days will be on Saturday, May 17 and Sunday May 18.  As in the past, it will be location by the Old Town Hall and Highway  Department and will be opened from 9:00 am to 2:45 pm each day. Acceptable items are Household Junk, Paint or Tar cans must be empty and dry, Bulky waste (furniture, mattresses, carpets, etc.) Iron pipes must be cut to 4 foot lengths. Drums and tanks must be empty and cut open or crushed.  Absolutely  NO commercial dumping, NO TIRES, NO yard waste, No full paint cans, petroleum products, pesticides or hazardous wastes, or propane tanks. No household garbage, computers, monitors, television sets or fluorescent bulbs are accepted.


The Sullivan County Legislature has announced that Sullivan County’s Annual Litter Pluck Day will take place on April 26.  Sullivan County will donate the trash bags for this roadside clean-up event.  Disposal is free-of-charge at the County Transfer Stations from Friday, April 26 to Sunday, May 4. (Please note the days and times that your local transfer station is opened.) Trash Bags can be picked up at the Town of Cochecton Town Hall any day between 9am and 3pm.


I would like to remind our residents that as a part of the Town of Cochecton's plan to modernize the real property data within our town, our data collector, Terri Fountain, continues to work in the field in your neighborhood. A letter will be sent out prior to the data collector visiting each property. Terri will knock on doors and interview property owners whenever possible. As she visits each property, Terri will measure buildings and other improvements and make notes on the data, including but not limited to the building's quality, condition, style, and use. She will photograph the front of each building and any other unique features the property may have. This process will take an average of fifteen minutes. If you have any questions or concerns, please call the Assessor's office at 845-932-8225 ext. 13.


We are also working on the completion of the Community Room in the basement of the New Town Hall. When completed, it will be used for our seniors Nutrition Program and for our local clubs and organizations to conduct meetings and other activities. So keep checking in and we will keep you up to date on our progress on this project and other happenings in our community.


Please explore our website and in particular the calendar which will keep you up to date on upcoming events in our community.


We would appreciate your thoughts on how we are doing and 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!


We are 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)








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.