In light of the current COVID-19 epidemic, directives from the Governor's Office, and out of an abundance of caution for employees and residents, the Town Hall will be closed to public access until further notice. Please call ahead of coming to the Office to make sure staff is available or if your business can be handled over the phone or by email. Phone numbers, extensions, and email addresses have been provided below. This policy will be in place until further notice.
The Highway Department will be going to 4 days per week beginning on Monday, March 23rd but will remain on call for emergencies. The phone number for the Highway Department is 518-758-6843.
Our Town Courts have been canceled by the NYS Office of Court Administration for the next 45 days.
Spectrum Cable is offering 2 months of free internet service for families with children who are being required to complete their school assignments remotely during the COVID-19 outbreak. For additional information and details, go to their website at Spectrum Cable for Students Offer
HUDSON -- “The Columbia County Board of Supervisors and county personnel are taking all precautions in the fight against the coronavirus, or COVID-19. This includes protecting our residents to the extent possible and making plans for the county to continue carrying out its business in the event a major outbreak occurs here,” Board of Supervisors Chairman Matt Murell said today.
The county is monitoring the situation and following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), NYS departments of Health and Education, and the Columbia County Department of Health.
At the county Department of Health, Public Health Director Jack Mabb called COVID-19 an “incredibly fluid situation. The CDC is screening people as they come into the country if they have a fever, or if they have a travel history” involving one of the countries with people who have been infected.
If a county resident tests positive in that situation, or if they have traveled to a country with people who have tested positive, county DoH is notified. Its job is to then make sure that the resident is able to effectively self-quarantine.
We have been notified that DOT and DEC have begun work at the end of Ferry Road. Until further notice, the road is only open to local traffic - going to the residences on the road. The DEC lands at the end of the road will not be open to the public.
Town of Stuyvesant. All Rights Reserved.