Welcome to Stuyvesant

Located in Columbia County, Stuyvesant has a population of 2,027. Explorer Henry Hudson visited the region in 1609. The area, being next to the Hudson River, was settled before 1650. The town of Stuyvesant was established in 1823 from the town of Kinderhook. Read More

Upcoming Events

Sat May 08 @ 3:00PM - 05:00PM
Drive-By Rhubarb Pie Event
Thu May 13 @ 7:00PM -
Town Board Meeting
Mon May 24 @ 7:00PM -
Planning Board
Wed May 26 @ 7:00PM -
Zoning Board Meeting

The Stuyvesant Railroad Station Restoration Committee is holding our annual Rhubarb Festival this year on Saturday, May 8th after having to cancel last year's festival due to the pandemic.  We are simlying our event by holding a non-contact drive-by.  We will be selling pies by the front door of the Stuyvesant Town Hall from 3:00pm until 5:00pm.

There will be 2 sizes of whole pies:  Large 9" and Small 5", as well as slices.  Pie flavors will be rhubarb, strawberry-rhubarb, and blueberry-rhubarb.  Large pies will cost $20, Small ones $10, and individual pieces for $4 each.  We are holding the Rhubarb pie festival on the day before Mother's Day with the suggestion to buy your mom a pie.

Please call to reserve a pie or slices by Thursday, May 6th.  The number is 518-758-6474.  All proceeds go to the restoration of the 1880 Railroad Station.