Welcome to Montgomery
As one of the most beautiful and appealing municipalities in the Hudson Valley, the Town of Montgomery Government offers a multitude of services to its residents. Our qualified staff is here to help YOU! Here at the Town of Montgomery Online, you will find a wealth of important information about our Town -- all at your fingertips -- which will enable you to become a more informed resident.
You can navigate the web pages for the various commissions and committees that serve the Town. Information relating to the Town Board, Planning Board and Zoning Board is located here. Downloadable files such as local law text, Town Board meeting minutes, agendas, forms, etc. are also available. This site lists important community information and helpful website links. These web pages provide an insight to the great work being performed on behalf of the Town.
This site is maintained by Town of Montgomery personnel. If you have any inquiries or problems, please call the Town Clerk's office at 845-457-2660. Please plan to return and visit often.
The Town of Montgomery has begun the process of updating the Town of Montgomery 1988 Comprehensive Plan and is looking for volunteers to serve on a committee to be part of the process.
A Comprehensive Plan is the “blueprint” for our community. It will outline future physical growth, anticipated trends, and identify economic opportunities while addressing changing needs relating to public health, social equity, cultural diversity, environmental protection and regional trends which may impact the Town over the next ten years and beyond.
The first step is to establish the Comprehensive Plan Committee. The committee will be comprised of neighborhood representatives and community leaders. In particular, the Town Board is seeking individuals with experience to include, but not limited to, recreation, community design, economic development, environment, housing, education, historic resources, infrastructure, or transportation.
The Town Board of the Town of Montgomery thanks the residents of the Town for their dedication and commitment to service.
Local Law extending the moratorium prohibiting the permitting, construction and installation of any new utility scale solar facilities for 3 months