The Village Hall is currently closed to the public
The Village Hall will be closed to the public due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. We encourage you to communicate with us via email
rather than by telephone. Please use email@example.com
or the individual email included on the Contact/Find Us
Tune into Cable Channel 22 for Village information
We will be periodically broadcasting COVID-19 information. You can find the schedule here
Brush Pick-Up Has Ended
Please DO NOT place brush out for pick up as Village brush pick-up has ended as of September 14, 2020. If you have brush to dispose of, you will need to make other arrangements for brush removal. The Town of Washington Transfer Station
accepts recycled goods, brush, leaves and grass with a valid permit.
Leaf Pick-Up Begins October 1st
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.
Click here for a full list of leaf pick up guidelines and rules
Village of Millbrook taxes are DUE JULY 1, 2020.
Payments received or postmarked after 7/1/20 will be be concidered late and will be charged interest.
(see schedule below)
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 - July 1:
July 2 – July 31:
August 1 - August 31:
September 1 - September 30:
October 1 – October 31:
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
Dutchess County COVID-19 Resources:
COVID-19 Data Dashboard
For more info click here
The 2020 census is now open online at My2020Census.gov.
Please fill it out if you haven’t already – federal funds to your community are determined by the final numbers!
Invitations to respond to the census are going out through mail. The invitation provides instructions -- including giving you a census ID code -- to complete the form. But you can fill out the form without the code by going to My2020Census.gov and using the "If you do not have a Census ID” link and following the prompts.
(It’s just a little easier with the code.) There will be several census reminders sent out by mail over the next month. People also will be able to respond by phone or by mail.
Due to the coronavirus, the Census Bureau has temporarily suspended all field operations. Field workers weren't scheduled to go out in large numbers until the end of April, giving people a chance to respond online, by phone or by mail first.
How To Respond
The 2020 Census is happening now. You can respond online, by phone, or by mail.
U.S. Census Bureau
National Processing Center
1201 E 10th Street
Jeffersonville, IN 47132
You can see the Census Self-Response Rates of your community here:
Village of Millbrook
Town of Washington
Important Dates to Remember
If you have any questions about pick-up days please call the
Village Department of Public Works @ 845-677-3022
Want to know what's going on around Millbrook? To view the current newsletter click here
Official Election Results
Dutchess County 2018 General Election Official Election Results
(Village of Millbrook page 21)
Thorne Building - click here
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.