FUTURE

Proposed plans and business that may influence your quality of life in High Falls.

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Community Christmas Tree & More

Information regarding the threatened removal of an iconic symbol and 60 year tradition

On May 22, 2020, Town Board member Eric Stewart announced that the D&H Canal Historical Society would cut-down the hamlet's beloved Christmas Tree and move the Veteran's Memorial.

Click below for additional information including the HFCA's response.

July 2, 2020 Update:  Please read the update on this issue, including a statement from the D&H Canal Historical Society, as reported in the July 2, 2020 issue of hv1.

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GRADY PARK DEVELOPMENT

High Fallonians, Take Notice & Be Heard

You may be unaware of or uninformed about construction by the Town of Marbletown already taking place to develop the wooded land between the Post Office & The Spy along Rt 213 known as Grady Park. In addition, there is a plan to develop parts of the land along the "Central Hudson Road" adjacent to the Rondout Creek near the falls.  Click below for information which is updated periodically.  Email us and we will notify you of dates that become scheduled for any public meetings/hearings regarding the development and its impact on High Falls.

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LITTER, PARKING & MORE

Town Meeting Expected

A Town Meeting is expected in late March/early April 2020 to discuss the issues of summertime littering along the Rondout, parking and other related concerns.  Email us and we will notify you of the meeting date set by the Town Board.

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CHANGES COMING TO OUR STREETS

Sue Paterson Way

On March 3, 2020, the Marbletown Town Board passed a resolution to honor Sue Patterson by authorizing the addition of "Sue Patterson Way" to the street signage currently identifying "Second Street" in High Falls.  Sue was a respected resident of High Falls, a longtime member of The High Falls Civic Association and loyal friend to all she met.  It is a fitting tribute to Sue who owned The Barking Dog antique shop located on Second Street where she and her faithful dog, Daisy, walked daily.

No Parking 

On March 3, 2020, the Marbletown Town Board passed a resolution to request that the New York State Department of Transportation consider and implement No Parking on the north side of Route 213 from 1314 Rt. 213  East to the Central Hudson parking area. 

Speed Signs Operational

On March 3, 2020, the Marbletown Town Board passed a resolution to request that the New York State Department of Transportation allow the blinking speed sign on Route 213 East that Marbletown purchased be operational on weekends from April 15 through November 15.

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July 2, 2020 Statement from Central Hudson regaring swimming and other issues at the Rondout Creek