8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Monday-Friday
In the Town of Hyde Park, the town is geographically divided into four districts or "Wards" and each has an elected representative who has a position on the Town Board. The four Town Board members, along with the Town Supervisor, another elected position, conduct Town business and enact Town law. The Town law is commonly referred to as the Town "code" and includes a section for zoning. The supervisor and the board members are part- time positions.
|Supervisor||Aileen Rohr||(845) 229-5111 opt. email@example.com|
|Supervisor Secretary||Caroline A. Miller||(845) 229-5111 firstname.lastname@example.org
|Ward 1 Councilperson||Neil Krupnick||(845) email@example.com|
|Ward 2 Councilperson||David P. Ray||(845) firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Ward 3 Councilperson||Joseph Marrine||(845) email@example.com|
|Ward 4 Councilperson||Kenneth Schneider||(845) firstname.lastname@example.org
(left to right) Ward 4 Councilperson Ken Schneider, Ward 3 Councilperson Joe Marrine, Supervisor Aileen Rohr, Ward 2 Councilperson David Ray, and Ward 1 Councilperson Neil Krupnick
- Generally meets the first and third Monday of each month (See Local Government Calendar for Details)
- 6 p.m.
- Currently, all meetings are being held virtually as Town Hall continues to be closed during the Covid-19 pandemic. To view and/or participate in an upcoming Public Hearing, please go to the following link for instructions: Remote Publish Hearing Procedures (PDF)
Meetings can be watched live on our YouTube Livestream Channel.
Online Videos of the meetings are available on the town’s YouTube page, usually within a few days of each meeting.
Archived videos, with exact links to YouTube, can be searched for on our website.
Schedule changes/additions/deletions due to holidays and unanticipated circumstances will be posted on the Town calendar and at Town Hall. When necessary the Town Board may schedule workshops where detailed information is presented and issues are discussed. Individuals may be invited by the board to participate in the discussions. At the regular business meetings, the board may allow public comment on the agenda items prior to the vote. In addition, there may be "Special Meetings" announced. The public is invited to be present at all board meetings.