Village of Otisville
66 Highland Ave. Otisville, NY 10963 845-386-5172 Tax Bill look up http://egov.basny.com/villageofotisville/
Building Inspector's Hours
July 20, 2018
The Building Inspector will not be in the office on Wednesday, July 25th. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause. If you require immediate assistance please call her cell phone @ 845-629-6135.
Village of Otisville Annual Community Yardsale
July 11, 2018
Otisville’s Annual Community Yard Sale
Saturday, August 4, 2018 ~ 9AM to 3PM ~ Rain or Shine
Any Village resident planning to set up a sale at their house should contact Diane 386-1251 to have your address listed on the Official Yard Sale Map.
There is no charge to have your address identified on the map, and remember that having a lot of sales shown on the map
is what entices people to come out and shop!
Anyone wishing to set up a sale at Veterans Memorial Park onMain Street must Contact Liz 386-1022 to reserve a space.
Holy Name Church on Highland Ave also has spaces available. To set up a sale at the church call 386-1320
More volunteers are needed the day of the sale. If you can help out for an hour or two, please call Ken Coppola at 386-1138.
To ensure everyone’s safety the day of the sale, many streets will be posted as One Way Only with parking allowed on only one side of the street –
please pay attention to the signs.
There will be lots of pedestrian shoppers so please drive slowly& when parking, please do not block anyone’s driveway.
2017 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
June 01, 2018
O&R: CUSTOMERS BEWARE NEW BILL PAYMENT SCAM ON FACEBOOK
May 08, 2018
PEARL RIVER, NY May 8, 2018 --- O&R warned its customers today about a new phony bill-payment scheme --- this time in Spanish on Facebook
Important Message from Orange and Rockland Utilities
September 07, 2017
IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM O&R UTILITIES
O&R POLES: NO
HOSTING FOR POSTINGS
PEARL RIVER, NY Sept.
6, 2017 --- How did we ever communicate with our neighbors before the Internet?
We chatted with them as we walked the dog or waited with the kids at the bus stop. We took a break from mowing the lawn to discuss the events of the day over the back fence or on a breather from raking leaves or shoveling snow out of the driveway.
But, if we lost a household pet, sponsored a teen car wash, hosted a garage sale, opened a lawn-care business, ran for public office or threw a block party, the first place we went to spread the news was the utility pole.
Before anyone ever imagined the Internet, one of the most popular local message boards by default became the utility poles that line many of the community’s streets. The poles were one of the most convenient and accessible methods for hosting a posting. Signs of every shape, size and message sprung up every season --- especially during the political season.
Now, times have changed. The Internet is the most effective marketing tool ever conceived. We have a distribution list for everyone from the Cub Scout troop to the choir group and everyone in between. The neighbors are at our texting finger tips.
And, still the pole signs prevail. Not satisfied with texting everyone we know, we want the carriage trade passerby as well. No one can pass our block without seeing posts on poles about our garage sales.
Unfortunately, those signs and posters more often than not pose a safety risk as a visual distraction to motorists, particularly at street intersections, and a litter nuisance. Further, such signs can obscure the pole’s 10-digit I.D. number, hindering customer efforts to determine a definitive pole location when reporting outages or damage.
So, O&R today issued a reminder to its customers, particularly all political candidates and their campaign workers as we enter the electoral season, about O&R’s long-standing policy prohibiting the posting of all signs on utility poles.
This policy is grounded in very practical safety and litter control considerations and O&R is asking the cooperation of all who hang signs for car washes, lost pets, garage sales and political campaigns for compliance.
Here's How the Hometown Helpers Made a Difference in 2016
February 07, 2017
The Hometown Helpers volunteers were busy in 2016. Click on this link to see how our volunteers made a difference in the Otisville/Mount Hope community in 2016:
Brian W. Wona - Mayor - email@example.com
Christine DiPoalo - Village Clerk/Treasurer - firstname.lastname@example.org
Regina Weissinger - Deputy Clerk/Treasurer -email@example.com
Frank C. Valentino - Superintendent - firstname.lastname@example.org - After Hours, please call 845-629-6232.
Diane Loeven - Trustee
Ike Palmer - Trustee
Robert Bennett - Trustee
Bob Clouse - Trustee
You can now follow the Village of Otisville on Twitter.