Looking for help? Below are the the answers to our most frequently asked questions.
You need to have your physician fill out NYS DMV form MV-664.1 You can download an application or visit a NYS DMV office. Once the form is completed, bring it to the Village Hall, located at 35 Merrit Avenue, along with the applicants driver’s license.
If you reside at The Fountains at Millbrook, you need to bring it to the Union Vale Town Hall, located at 249 Duncan Rd, Lagrangeville.
If you are a Town of Washington resident please submit the form at the Town Hall located at 10 Reservoir Drive, Millbrook, NY
The Village of Millbrook does not offer garbage & recycling services.
You may contact Welsh Sanitation at 845-877-9354 or welshsanitation.com for information about their services.
You can also use the Town of Washington Transfer Station located at 711 Route 343, Millbrook, NY 12545.
Dump passes can be purchased at the Town of Washington Town Hall located at 10 Reservoir Dr.
Any person who wants to conduct a public gathering or assemblage, parade or motorcade shall apply to the Mayor for a permit at least 30 days in advance of the date of the proposed public gathering or assemblage, parade or motorcade.
You can download an application or visit the Village Clerk’s Office during business hours, Monday-Friday 9am to 3pm. If you have questions please email the Village Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Village Clerk’s page.
To report a power outage:
Please call Central Hudson at 845-452-2700 or report it online here:
If you see a street lamp out, please help us by reporting it here:
You can also email us at:
Please be sure to include the street location.
If you have brush or leaves outside the above dates, 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 of Washington at (845) 677-3419.
Birth or Death Certificates may be obtained through the Village Clerk’s office if the birth or death occurred within the Village of Millbrook.
The fee for a certified copy of death is $10.00 each – payable to the Village of Millbrook.
Village of Millbrook taxes will be mailed out by June 1st and are due without penalty by June 30th. Payments received or postmarked after 6/30 will be be considered late and will be charged interest. (see schedule below)
You can view your tax bill online by visiting: http://www.infotaxonline.com/
The tax bill covers the period of June 1st – May 31st.
Tax Payment Schedule:
June 1 – July 1: No interest
July 2 – July 31: 5% Interest
August 1 – August 31: 6% Interest
September 1 – September 30: 7% interest
October 1 – October 31: 8% interest
Unpaid taxes are turned over to the Dutchess County Commissioner of Finance on November 1st.
If you are a property owner 65 years or older or have a disability you may complete the New York State Department of Taxation and Finance Form RP-923 to have a copy of your bill or notice of unpaid taxes sent to a third party. Request for a duplicate tax bill.
Fill out Dutchess County Office of Real Property Tax Services Request for Owner Name Change or Removal on Assessment Records Form and RETURN TO: Dutchess County Office of Real Property Tax, 22 Market Street, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
For questions, please call: (845) 486-2140
No. Payments may be mailed to:
PO Box 349
Millbrook, NY 12545
*** A US Postal Service postmark is used to determine the date the payment was made. We recommend that if you are waiting to the last day to pay your taxes, that you see the postal clerk affix the postmark. A postage machine, such as Pitney Bowes, does not count as a US Postal Service postmark. For your convenience, we have a locked mailbox to the left of the door at the Village Hall that we check every weekday. You can leave you payment in there during non-business hours. ***
YES. The failure to mail a statement or the failure of a property owner to receive a bill does not affect the validity of the taxes or interest prescribed by law (NYS Tax Law Section 922). Neither the tax collector nor any other official has the authority to waive statutory penalty charges.