Red Hook Responds/ COVID-19 Links/Village Hall Closed

Red Hook Responds

The Town and Villages are helping to support a community based effort called Red Hook Responds to assist our neighbors in need and to solicit individuals who may want to help.

A website called   http://www.redhookresponds.org   and a volunteer/help hotline number (845-640-4788) have been established to further those objectives. By sharing this information we hope to be able to reach as many folks as possible, to do what we do best: help each other.

COVID-19 Alert Links

 

Village Hall is closed until further notice

In the interest of public health in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic Village Hall will be closed to the public starting Wednesday, March 25th and continuing until further notice.

Village Services will continue but to minimize person-to-person contact we believe no one except Village personnel should be using the building. Even our employees will only be performing essential work and  be working at different hours and maintaining social distance as they do. Any of their work which can be conducted from home will be. All municipalities are compelled by the Governor’s Executive Order to do so.

Garbage and recycling pick-up will continue on Tuesdays as normal.

To purchase garbage tags please send a check and a self-addressed stamped envelope to:

The Village of Tivoli
PO Box 397
Tivoli, NY 12583

Garbage tags are $4 each.

To conduct business with the Village please use telephone, email, or the front door drop-box.

Mayor’s office 845-757-3371 or mayor@tivoliny.org

Clerk’s office 845-757-2021 or clerk@tivoliny.org

If you have business of an unusual nature which cannot be accommodated by the above means, please email the Mayor or, contact a member of the Village Board of Trustees, and everything possible will be done to make suitable arrangements.

Meeting Date : May 28, 2020

Eleanor Roosevelt “Small Places” Commemoration
October 11-13, 2019

Friday, October 11, 6pm, Watts-De Peyster Hall, 86 Broadway, Tivoli.
Reception and reception and celebration of Mrs. Roosevelt’s 135th birthday, featuring a talk by
Jeffrey Urbin, Director for Education at the FDR Presidential Library, “Becoming Eleanor”

Saturday, October 12 , 10am,  St. Paul’s Church, 39 Woods Road, Tivoli
Ribbon cutting and remarks by Tivoli Mayor Joel Griffith,  Mrs. Roosevelt’s granddaughter Laura Roosevelt, The Right Reverend Allen Shin, Suffragan Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New York, The Rev. Canon James Elliot Lindsley, and others

Picnic lunch at the Harris-Smith Post of the American Legion, 86 Broadway, Tivoli
Hot Dogs, hamburgers, veggie burgers

Presentations begin at 1pm at Watts-De Peyster Hall, 86 Broadway, Tivoli
“Eleanor Roosevelt: The Evolution of a Leader”
Franceska Macsali-Urbin, the Supervising Ranger at the Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site aka Val-Kill and Sally-Dwyer McNulty, Professor of History at Marist College

“The Meaning of Human Rights in Eleanor’s Time and Ours”
Larry Cox, former Executive Director of Amnesty International USA

“Human Rights in the Hudson Valley”
A panel discussion lead by Jen Drake of the Dutchess County Commission on Human Rights, including DCCHR Chair Jody Miller, Deputy Commissioner for Special Needs Toni Ciarfella, Hudson Valley LGBTQ Center Director Jeff Rindler, and the Worker Justice Center of New York’s Human Trafficking Specialist Cecilia Cortina among others.

Sunday, October 13, 10am, St. Paul’s & Trinity Parish, 39 Woods Road, Tivoli
A Festive Service Commemorating the Life and Legacy of Eleanor Roosevelt,
celebrated by The Rev. Masud Ibn Syedullah

All events are free and open to the public, all are welcome.