Welcome to the Village of Upper Nyack
The Village of Upper Nyack is a small, friendly enclave on the Hudson River, nestled between the Village of Nyack and Hook Mountain-Nyack Beach State Park, in the Town of Clarkstown, in Rockland County, New York, about 25 miles north of Manhattan.
The Upper Nyack Village Hall is located at 328 North Broadway at the corner of Castle Heights Avenue, next to the fire house, home of Empire Hook and Ladder Co. No. 1, and approximately one block from the Old Stone Meeting House, landmarks owned by the Village.
Residents are welcome to stop by with questions and comments, and are encouraged to attend meetings and public hearings of the Board of Trustees, Planning Board, Zoning Board of Appeals, and Architectural Review Board. It is the participation of the residents of this small community that makes it special.
We look forward to seeing you soon.
The Village of Upper Nyack has accepted proposals for the installation of generators at the Village hall office and at the Dept. of Public Works. The installation at the Village hall has been completed and the generator is now operational. The installation at the DPW has commenced and will be completed shortly.
The Mayor and the Board of Trustees are happy to have been able to move forward with this project that could prove to be very vital if and when a power outage occurs in the Village. If any extended outage should occur, the Village hall can be a source of information, cell phone charging and hot drinks to any member of the community who needs it.
BOARD OF ELECTIONS NEWS!!!!
The Board of Elections have chosen the Village of Upper Nyack Village Hall as the new polling site for Election Districts 4, 23 and 54. Residents will vote in Primary and General Elections at the Village Hall. You may recieve a follow up letter from the Board of Elections confirming this.
Village Elections, conducted by the Village of Upper Nyack, will take place at Village Hall in March.
Contact the Village Clerk if you have any questions.