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Official Election Results
Dutchess County 2018 General Election Official Election Results
(Village of Millbrook page 21)
Brush Pick-Up: April 1st – May 31st
NEW for 2019! – Additional summer pick-up days! The Village of Millbrook has added additional pick-up days during the summer months which include the Second Monday of July, August & September. 7/8, 8/12 & 9/9
PLEASE NOTE: Brush pick-up DOES NOT include yard clearing, tree removal or leaf piles. Fines up to $150 may be assessed by the DPW supervisor if these items are out for pick-up. (Leaf Pick-up begins 10/1)
place brush in the street or on storm catch basins
put out processed wood, furniture, household waste and/or pots
put out logs, tree stumps, tree trunks, wood, root balls, cuttings, or grass clippings
The Village offers storm damage removal up to (2) weeks after a storm. This DOES NOT include tree trunks or stumps.
Residents are asked to place unbundled brush curbside in neat bundles with all cut ends facing the same direction.
Brush is defined as tree and bush branches that are less than 5 inches in diameter and less than 10 feet in length.
Leaf Pick-Up: October 1st – November 30th
Please be advised that LEAF PICK-UP ENDS November 30th. As a courtesy, the Village will be collecting LEAVES ONLY for the last time, Monday, December 3rd.
This gives you the weekend to get the rest of those stragglers out to the curb.
Please make sure your leaves are out by Sunday evening (12/2) as the highway crew will only be making one pass through the village to collect LEAVES ONLY, BRUSH WILL NOT be collected. After Monday, December 3rd you must make other arrangements for leaf pick-up.
Leaf pick-up is a service provided to Village Residents from October 1st to November 30th
. There will be NO EXCEPTIONS
to the dates. After November 30th the trucks used to pick up leaves are equipped with road sanders in preparation for snow so please plan accordingly.
Residents are asked to place leaves curbside in wind rows for collection.
LEAVES ONLY – NO BRUSH, GRASS OR DEBRIS.
Materials other than leaves can damage our equipment and clog the drains.
Leaf pick-up is not an ongoing service offered throughout the year. You may compost yard waste or bring it to the Town of Washington Transfer Station for disposal. Transfer station passes may be purchased at the Town of Washington Town Hall located at 10 Reservoir Drive. For more information contact the Town Clerk at (845) 677-3419.
DO NOT place leaves out for pick up after November 30th
You will be directed to make other arrangements for leaf removal. The Town of Washington Transfer Station accepts recycled goods, brush, leaves and grass with a valid permit.
DO NOT pile leaves on storm catch basins
This can cause flooding situations and clog the storm drains.
DO NOT put out grass clippings
They are never eligible for curbside pick-up. During storms these materials find their way to catch basins and may cause backups in our system.
DO NOT put out brush or debris
Brush pick-up is provided from April 1st – May 31st and the 2nd Monday of the months of July, August & September. We reserve the right to remove brush or debris and will assess a removal fee to the property owner.
DO NOT put dirt or sod in the street for removal
This is not allowed under any circumstance. This can cause costly repairs to the catch basins.
DO NOT create a traffic hazard
Please do not place leaf piles behind obstacles such as trees, cars, fire hydrants, light poles or anywhere they will interfere with traffic. Try to keep the height and width to a minimum. For safety reasons, please do not allow your children to play in the piles that are placed by the road.
Snow Ordinance: December 1st – March 31st
PARKING IS PROHIBITED on all Village streets 1:00 am to 6:00 am December 1st thru March 31st. Violators will be ticketed
DO NOT park on any village street
Obstruction of snow removal and street cleaning prohibited. During the period beginning December 1st and extending through March 31st, no vehicles may be parked in or upon any Village street between the hours of 1:00 am and 6:00 am.
Christmas Tree Pickup: After Christmas – January 31st
Residents must place their live trees curbside for pick-up. Please do not place trees in the road. This program is for LIVE trees only. No artificial trees will be picked up.
DO NOT leave ornaments or lights on trees
Please note that everything must be removed from the tree in order for it to be picked up. We will not accept trees still containing decorations, tinsel, lights, tree stands or other items.
DO NOT put trees out prior to snow storm
If you are aware of a snow storm coming please wait until after clean up is finished. If the tree is buried in the snow we will not dig it out to remove it.
The Village Highway Department will pick-up trees through January 31st weather permitting. There is no set schedule for this program.
Village tax bills have been mailed out. If you did not receive your bill in the mail you can view your tax bill here
. Enter your street number only.
The tax bill covers the period of June 1st – May 31st.
June 1 - June 30:
July 1 – July 31:
August 1 - August 31:
September 1 - September 30:
October 1 – October 31:
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Water & Sewer
Questions about your bill? Please contact VRI @ (845) 677-3839
Trash & Recycling
Please click here
to learn more about trash and recycling.
Report an Outage
To report a power outage
please call 845-452-2700
or report it online
If you see a street lamp out
, please help us by reporting it
You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please be sure to include the street location.
The Village of Millbrook is a small country village 80 miles north of Manhattan. Located in the scenic Hudson Valley, 1.5 hours drive upstate of New York City, Millbrook is home to horse farms, a quaint village life and some of the best antique shopping in the region. Come to Millbrook to explore one of the many attractions the area has to offer. Restaurants offer a variety of cuisine and there are over 20 eateries in a 10 mile radius. An abundance of shops are sprinkled throughout the village. If you plan to spend the night and require accommodations there are Bed & Breakfasts featuring castles to country homes. Bring the kids, family or come to Millbrook for a romantic getaway in this beautiful rural community in Upstate New York, Millbrook.