Regulations for Short-Term Rentals
Board of Fire Commissioners
No Parking Areas on Wilson
Cannabis Opt Out Local Law
No Parking Areas on Churchill Street
Village Clerk Information
Pay Your Utility Bill
Water Quality Report
Restoring Water Quality
Water Main Leak Q&A
Boil Water Advisories
Fire Hydrant Flushing
Vacant House Check Program
Bike ID Program
Safe Seniors Program
Child Car Seat Installation Program
COHPD Group Tours
COHPD Press Releases
Police Reform and Reinvention Guidance
Contact COHPD Officers
Minutes & Agendas
Summer Recreation Program
the Village of
325 Hudson Street
Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY 12520
Village Office Hours: Monday-Friday
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
No upcoming events in this date range.
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FACT SHEET Cornwall EMS Service
May 23, 2022
Joint Public Statement from Town of Cornwall and Village of Cornwall-on-Hudson Boards
May 19, 2022
Mayor’s Message (Important Spring Updates Edition)
May 12, 2022
Mayor’s Message - Summer Playground Edition
April 28, 2022
Mayor’s Message - “Get to Know Your Trustees” Edition
April 27, 2022
Mayor’s Message -Donahue Memorial Park Canadian Geese Mitigation Edition
April 19, 2022
Mayor’s Message (Cornwall-on-Hudson Police Department Edition)
April 19, 2022
Mayor’s Message (Donahue Farm Property Steering Committee Edition)
April 4, 2022
On Monday, May 30, 2022, at approximately 10:00am, both the Town of Cornwall and the Village of Cornwall-on-Hudson, will be participating in the annual, Memorial Day Parade, which is sponsored by the Cornwall VFW.
On Monday, May 30, 2022, from 8:00am till 12:00pm, there will be
permitted on both sides of Hudson Street from Payson Road west to First Street, Cornwall-on-Hudson, N.Y.
The Village of Cornwall on Hudson offices will be closed Monday May 30, in observance of Memorial Day. Sanitation services will resume on Tuesday May 31, for the entire Village.
Sergeant Corner Noise Ordinance
Fact Sheeting Regarding Cornwall EMS
IMPORTANT Joint Public Statement from the Town and Village Boards
Adopted Budget for 2022-23
2020 Water Quality Report now available
Police Reform Committee
- The COH Police Reform Committee prepared a report that was sent per Governor Cuomo’s executive order. The Report and Guidance documents can be found
The Village of Cornwall-on-Hudson Police Department is requesting that all residents please ensure that they lock their vehicle(s) when not in use. Also, please don't leave any valuable items inside your vehicle or leave items in your vehicle in plain sight to others.
: The collection facility the Village of Cornwall-on-Hudson Department of Public Works, uses for our recycling drop off are no longer accept recycling in plastic bags. We ask that you please place your recycling in reusable containers for our crew to collect curbside. Your cooperation and assistance will be greatly appreciated. Thank You.
Donahue Memorial Park: Parking & Boat Launch Permits
While Village Hall doors are closed during the pandemic, people can obtain parking and boat launch permits through the mail.
Parking Permit Application forms
are located on the Village website under the tab for Village Clerk. You can return the application form, a copy of the vehicle and/or trailer registration, and fee in an envelope and place in the drop box marked “BILLS” on the parking lot side of Village Hall.
are available at Village Hall and several Village businesses including Village Pizza (845-534-3600).
Visitors may also obtain Day Passes through the ParkMobile App, which is available by cell phone. Village police can monitor whether a car has a pass by checking the car’s license plate.
Parking is allowed only in designated spaces. Cars without permits or passes are subject to ticketing and towing. When a car is towed, the driver should call the Town of Cornwall dispatcher (845-534-8100) to request that a Village Police Officer contact him/her.
Cornwall-on-Hudson encourages people outside of the greater Cornwall area to use their parks during the pandemic.
Link to CDC Article on Cleaning
Drinking Water and COVID-19
The Cornwall-on-Hudson Water Department has prepared a
regarding drinking water and COVID-19.
- As the Village of Cornwall-on-Hudson works to help its residents deal with the COVID-19, Senior citizens may be interested in the Safe Seniors program administered by the Village Police Department. Click on the link:
Notice of Sewer & Water Rates
Recycling is collected weekly for the entire Village. See
page for more information.