Welcome to Rosendale

Welcome to the new and improved website for the beautiful Town of Rosendale. It has been designed with the goal of making information readily available to visitors and residents. I hope you find it interesting and helpful.

The Town of Rosendale is located in Ulster County, New York, about ninety miles north of New York City. It is a rural community with a population of a little over 6,000 people. Rosendale is surrounded by many lovely features like the Rondout Creek and Wallkill River, Joppenburgh Mountain, a portion of the Shawangunk Ridge, The Wallkill Valley Rail Trail & Trestle, The Binnewater Lakes and many charming neighborhoods and villages. The town is known for being the home of Rosendale Cement which provided cement to many famous locations, including the Brooklyn Bridge and the Statue of Liberty. Rosendale is a town made from combining the hamlets of Binnewater, Bloomington, Bruceville, Cottekill, Creek Locks, and Hickory Bush, parts of High Falls, Lawrenceville, LeFevre Falls, Maple Hill, Rosendale, Tillson and Whiteport. I invite you to visit Rosendale to enjoy its scenic resources, its festivals and its charm.

I am proud to serve the residents of Rosendale and am dedicated to protecting and improving their quality of life. I believe that by working together as a community we can accomplish many good things for the Town of Rosendale, and I look forward to making that happen.

I can be reached at my office in town hall Monday through Friday from 9am to 4pm by calling 845-658-3159 ext. 3 or by e-mail at supervisor@townofrosendale.com.

Thank You for visiting,
Jeanne Walsh
Town of Rosendale Supervisor

Main Street Interruption of Water Service on Monday 8/29/16

  • August 25, 2016
     
    Water Service Interruption
      
    Dear Main Street Customers,
     
    I am writing to let you know that your water service will be interrupted on Monday, August 29, 2016 starting at 9am. We hope to have service restored by 3pm the same day.
     
    We will be installing a new valve around Main Street & Central Avenue.
     
    We do know that this shutdown will cause problems. We are sorry for any inconvenience this will cause.
     
    The water will be brown at times and district personnel will flush lines to minimize this condition.
     
    Please check the Town Website at www.townofrosendale.com for updates or call 658-8718 or 658-3159.

     

    Terry Johnson
    Superintendent