City of Poughkeepsie Historic District & Landmark Preservation Commission meeting

The Historic District and Landmark Preservation Committee is a group of city residents appointed by the Mayor who are charged with reviewing all plans for the moving, exterior construction, alteration or repair, landscaping or demolition or any change in the exterior appearance of places, sites, structures or buildings designated landmarks or landmark sites and all places, sites, structures or buildings wholly or partly within the boundaries of a historic district. The Commission also considers applications for designation of historic landmarks and/or districts and makes recommendations regarding those applications to the Common Council.

Join the public meeting in person at City Hall, 62 Civic Center Plaza, in the Council Chambers on the 3rd floor.

City of Poughkeepsie Planning Board Meeting (virtual)

Join the City of Poughkeepsie Planning Board public meeting. On the agenda:

  • South Clinton Street: Residential Conversion
  • Wallace Campus: Demolition, Conversion, and New Construction
  • 316 Main Street: Residential New Construction
  • 32 Cannon Street: Conversion from vacant lot to restaurant
  • 27 High Street: Conversion to multifamily development
  • 584 Main Street: Conversion of furniture store to multiuse space
  • 114 Smith Street: Expansion of parking lot
  • 85 Market Street: Conversion of vacant office to multifamily residential
  • 160 Union Street: Amended site plan
  • Milton Street: Multifamily residential development
  • 165 Smith Street: Extension of approval
  • 375 Main Street: Extension of approval

View the detailed agenda here.

Register for the meeting here.

Hudson Valley Community Power Virtual Information Session and Q&A

The City of Poughkeepsie announced the renewal of Hudson Valley Community Power, a Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) program that allows residents, businesses, and municipalities to pool local electricity demand with other Hudson Valley municipalities to provide low cost, fixed-rate renewable electricity supply.

Each participating community has selected Joule Community Power as Program Administrator. Joule works on behalf of the municipalities to secure clean energy supply at the most favorable terms and ensures there are no contact or exit feeds for consumers.

Two virtual information sessions are scheduled (May 27th at 7pm and June 1st at 7pm EST.)

Join the Zoom session here! No registration required.

Hudson Valley Community Power Virtual Information Session and Q&A

The City of Poughkeepsie announced the renewal of Hudson Valley Community Power, a Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) program that allows residents, businesses, and municipalities to pool local electricity demand with other Hudson Valley municipalities to provide low cost, fixed-rate renewable electricity supply.

Each participating community has selected Joule Community Power as Program Administrator. Joule works on behalf of the municipalities to secure clean energy supply at the most favorable terms and ensures there are no contact or exit feeds for consumers.

Two virtual information sessions are scheduled (May 27th at 7pm and June 1st at 7pm EST.)

Join the Zoom session here! No registration required.