Information on the Pleasantvale Rd bridge replacement can be found below under the Town Board notice section
American Legion Hometown Heroes Banner Program
The American Legion Post 346 is taking applications for the Hometown Heroes Banner Program. Applications and information on the program and where they will be displayed in our Southern Columbia towns are available in the link:
Hometown Heroes Banner Program
The Recreation Park Summer Camp program will run from June 26th through August 4th -see below for sign up forms and employment applications for counselors.
Livingston Recreation Park Summer Camp Program
Habitat for Humanity
Columbia County Habitat for Humanity is having an informational session on home ownership:Monday May 8th 5:30pm – 7:00pm at the Philmont Public Library
Habitat for Humanity
K.I.S.S. Program Update
The K.I.S.S. shredding program sponsored by the Columbia County Clerk’s office will be coming again in Jume, see below. Bins are available in the lobby of the Town Hall available during the Town Clerk’s normal business hours.
3RD QUARTER: AUGUST 28-SEPTEMBER 8
4TH QUARTER: NOVEMBER 27-DECEMBER 8
Public Hearing/Meeting Notices-Planning Board/ZBA
Code Enforcement, Planning Board and Zoning Board Update:
The Town of Livingston has taken on a project to enhance the user experience with Town Code Enforcement, Planning Board and Zoning Board applications. For the past few months, we have taken all application forms and turned them into online fillable forms, providing the applicant the ability to submit their applications online. As the applicant you can upload attachments, such as property maps, letter of intent, schematics, pictures etc. If the application requires, paper maps will still need to be dropped off at the Code Enforcement Office, along with any application fees.
This project is being rolled out to the public as of June 6, 2023.
Town Board Notices-
Information for the Stall Bridge/Pleasantvale Rd bridge replacement
Pleasantvale Road Bridge Public Informational Meeting (1)
Alt 5 Plan and Elevation (1)
Alternative Comparisons (1)
DEC Hunting Licences
Hunting Licenses for the 2023-2024 season will be on sale at the Town Clerk’s Office starting on August 1nd during normal business hours. DMPs are available through Oct 1st.
See the 2023-2024 Hunting& Trapping Regulations Guide at the link below:
Twin Lakes information
Please EMAIL the Town Clerk if you would like one of the Fishing/Swimming passes that are still available. They can be used before 10 am and after 7 pm daily. The fee is $165 and the season runs from June 15th through Labor Day
End of Summer Report from the Friends of North and South Twin Lakes (FONASTL)
Livingston Free Library Announcement
The Livingston Free Library is open the following hours:
Monday: 2-6 pm
Wednesday: 10 am – 2 pm
Friday: 3-7 pm
Saturday: 10 am -2 pm
Museum pass-Free with your library card!
To register for programs, email
Information on Trash bags, Recycle permits from CC Solid Waste
Recycle Permits are available at Town Hall for 2023. $35 for age 65+ and $50 for under 65
The Solid Waste program has converted back to the bag system and the tags have stopped being sold, although the tags will continued to be honored at the transfer stations, for the ones already purchased.
The new bags consist of three sizes, SMALL $1.00 each, MEDIUM $3.00 each & LARGE $5.00
The Columbia County Dept. of Health has announced their 2022 Rabies Clinic Schedule
Free Columbia County Weatherization Programs
Do you live in Columbia County? Are you wondering how to save money on your energy bills and make your home feel warmer?
Columbia Opportunities, Inc. provides weatherization services through a contract with the NYS division of Housing and Community Renewal
These programs are free to eligible homeowners andd renters
Covid Test kits and masks
Free Covid-19 test kits (limited supply left, one box given) and kn-95 masks are available to residents at the Town Clerk’s office during normal business hours
Public WiFi for Students
The Town of Livingston is now offering a public Wi-Fi “hot spot” for access to the internet via laptops as well as web-enabled devices such as cellphones and tablets.There are a few important rules that users must follow in order to access the public hot spots, which include:
- Requiring users who drive to the town hall, to remain in their vehicles for the duration of internet usage.
- Requiring users who walk or take public transportation to the town hall, to practices social distancing and to remain at least six feet away from others and urging them to wear a mask or a mouth/nose covering.
- To access to the public hot spots, click the Wi-Fi icon on the web-enabled device or press its corresponding button to open the Wi-Fi application. On a Windows laptop, this function is typically located on the taskbar or “system tray” along the bottom right of the screen. On a Mac laptop, this function is typically located on the menu bar along the top right of the screen.Select “Livingston-Public” or “Livingston-Public-5G” to connect.
Internet-Affordable Connectivity Program
Governor Kathy Hochul recently announced a multi-agency initiative led by the New York State Department of Public Service to encourage eligible New Yorkers to sign up for the federal government’s Affordable Connectivity Program, a newly-launched program that provides discounts of up to $30 a month toward internet service for low-income families.
Safe at Home Program
The mission of Safe@Home (Neighbor helping Neighbor Program) is to assist the Elderly to remain at home for as long as possible. The members of this group will help by recommending assistance from the Office of Aging (518) 828-4258 or thru neighbors willing to help. To access this group, call the Town Clerk (518) 851-9441 ext. 310
If you or anyone you know needs help to successfully age at home
The Town Clerk’s Office is CLOSED on Friday, Feb. 4th due to weather
Columbia County Health Care Consortium
The mission of the Healthcare Consortium is improving access to healthcare and supporting the health and well-being of the people in our rural community. We can help residents access non-emergency medical transportation, health insurance, prescription assistance, health-related financial assistance and long-term services and supports. For more information, please visit our website at http://www.columbiahealthnet.org
The court is open Thursdays beginning at 5 pm
Should you have any questions, please contact the Court Clerk at (518) 851-9441 ext 312 .
Staff will be in touch about when to come to court.
Empire State Trail
The State of NY has a draft proposal of an Empire State Trail that will run thru the Town of Livingston.
Street Light Outage?
To Report a Street Light Outage thru National Grid
Local Laws Adopted
Copies of recent Local Laws can be found on the Town Board Page
Notice from Code Enforcement Office
Beginning April 6, 2016, regulated parties may use either the current or newly adopted provisions of the Uniform Code to represent compliance as part of a building permit application. The new Uniform Code and Energy Code will take effect on October 3, 2016.
Food and Friendship Program
The Columbia County Office of Aging continues to serve 60+ Seniors with the Food & Friendship program located in the Elizaville Firehouse at:
1575 CR 19 Elizaville
Tuesdays and Fridays 10:30-1:30.
Programs include speakers addressing legal issues, nutrition, safety and health concerns, exercise programs, games with prizes and social interaction.
Seniors should call 828-7538 by 1pm the day before (Mon and Thurs) to make reservations.
Town Hall Information
Tues, Weds, Fri 9-3
Court is in session on Thursdays- **See “more info” for exact times
Court office open Fridays 9am-2:30pm.
CHIEF MARRIAGE OFFICER:
Livingston Town Hall
County Route 19
Livingston, NY 12541
PO Box 65
Livingston, NY 12541
119 CR 19, Hudson, NY 12534