Summer is finally here and although most COVID-19 restrictions have been lifted, unvaccinated individuals must continue to wear masks and follow social distancing in accordance with federal CDC guidance. City Government is here to help and please know that you can find lots of information on the City of Newburgh website.
In observance of Independence Day, the City of Newburgh’s non-emergency departments will be closed on Monday, July 5, 2021. There will be no sanitation collection on Monday, July 5.
The City of Newburgh is pleased to announce its resumption of pre-pandemic methods of public meeting conduction. Effective immediately, all public meetings of the City of Newburgh Council, boards, commissions, and committees, previously conducted virtually, will resume in-person.
The City of Newburgh Council Work Sessions and Regular Council Meetings will now be held in-person at the Council Chambers on the third floor of City Hall, 83 Broadway, Newburgh, NY 12550. The next City Council Work Session will be held on Thursday, July 8, beginning at 6:00 p.m. The next City Council Meeting will be held on Monday, July 12, at 7:00 p.m. An executive session is scheduled for Thursday, July 8. Members of the public who wish to provide comments regarding the agenda and general matters of City business during the July 12 Council meeting must attend in person. Those in attendance are required to wear a face mask at all times while inside City Hall.
The July schedule for the Outdoor Fitness Classes has been released! Enjoy the outdoors and get active this summer by attending one, or all, FREE OF CHARGE Yoga or Zumba classes. Please be sure to bring your own equipment and remember that donations for the classes are accepted. Check out the City’s Community Events calendar to stay informed on dates and times for classes.
The Newburgh Free Library at 124 Grand Street is now fully open for all services! Masks and social distancing recommendations are being followed in accordance with CDC guidelines. Visitors are welcomed to enter and browse the diverse collections of books, movies, music, use the computer and so much more! For more information call 845-563-3625.
We want to remind residents that the possession, sale and use of fireworks and sparking devices are prohibited within the City of Newburgh per Local Law 1 – 2020. Please avoid the use of fireworks to help keep the community safe. Unfortunately, the City will not have a 4th of July Fireworks display this year, but we look forward to the return of the traditional fireworks display in 2022.
Thank you for helping us keep the City of Newburgh safe for everyone. Our combined efforts will help our City successfully recover from COVID-19.