All users of Village Water and Wastewater are urged to attend a final public forum on Thursday, November 16th at 7:00PM on the third floor of Village Hall.

This is the last chance to discuss with the Village Board and fellow residents the fate of our old and deteriorated systems.

The engineering and transfer feasibility reports are available for review in the “document center” of this website.  The financial assessment is that our systems need $9.5 million of repairs and upgrades.

Should the Village maintain ownership or transfer to the Duchess County Water & Wastewater Association?

Watch the W&WW report presentation:

In 1938 the Works Progress Administration and Village of Tivoli approved funding for the installation of a municipal water and waste-water system. The original water tower stands prominently over the village. While distribution of potable drinking water and management of a waste-water treatment system is by far the most critical, Tivoli’s Department of Public Works is responsible for managing many areas of our municipal services:

  • Water & Waste-water Treatment
  • Curbside Solid Waste & Recyclable Collection
  • Parks, Trails & Grounds Maintenance
  • Oversight of Municipal Buildings & Lands
  • Streets, Sidewalks and Drainage

Department of Public Works Staff:
James Simmons, Superintendent – 845-206-5252
Cody Thayer
Ralph Torchia II

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