Welcome to the Village of Maybrook!

Whether you expect to be here for a short time or for the rest of your life, we hope you find the Village of Maybrook to be a friendly, caring and supportive community where everyone is received warmly. Over the years we have gained an even greater appreciation for our community and its spirit. The community we have does not happen by accident. Positive accomplishments are realized by the constant efforts of your Village Board, community organizations, residents and village employees. Together we will continue to make Maybrook a better place to live, work and play. Our Village of Maybrook Website was created to improve communication and to inform residents of current events. Please visit and “LIKE” our Village of Maybrook Facebook and Instagram pages as well!


Mayor Dennis K. Leahy

A “Special Thank you” to the Memorial Day Committee Chair Maybrook Deputy Mayor Charles Woznick, Mayor Dennis Leahy and the Maybrook Board of Trustees, Maybrook Clerk/Treasurer David Griffith, Scoutmasters Bill Giannico, Abby Williams, Jim Barnet and the Maybrook Troop 236 Marching Band, the Mainline Diner, Dunkin Donuts, the Maybrook Fire Department & Ladies Auxiliary, the Maybrook Police Department, the Maybrook VFW Post 2064 & Auxiliary, DPW Superintendent Matt Thorp and the Maybrook DPW, Pastor Tom Jackson and the Peoples Regular Baptist Church, Isabella Giannico (Star Spangled Banner) and The Maybrook Golden Links!
Maybrook Memorial Day Parade Grand Marshall Dan Shampang was born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts and moved to Gillette, Wyoming where he graduated at Campbell County High School in 1983. He joined the United States Air Force in 1984 as an aircraft structural engineer. After graduating basic training from Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio. His first duty station was with the 347th tactical fighter wing at Moody Air Force Base in Valdosta Georgia. There he maintained the air frames of the F4 phantom stationed at the base. While assigned to the 347th, he had multiple temporary duty assignments to the Republic of Korea. In 1988, he was permanently assigned to the 8th fighter wing in Kunsan Air Force Base in the Republic of Korea working on F16 fighting Falcon fighter jets. In 1990, he rotated back to the United States and was assigned to the 60th air mobility command at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, California, where he was responsible for the maintenance on the C5 Galaxy transport aircraft. In 1992, he accepted a full-time position with the Air National Guard at Stewart Air Force Base here in New York and he continued to work on C5 Galaxy Aircraft. He was medically retired in 2009 with over 22 years of full-time service. His decorations include the Air Force achievement medal with the two oak leaf clusters and the Air Force Commendation Medal. In 2005 he established Vanity Signs and graphics in Maybrook NY. In early 2006 he joined the VFW Post 2064 in Maybrook he served as quartermaster from 2017 to 2023 and as senior Vice Commander from 2023 to 2024. He resides in Wurtsboro, NY with his lovely wife Sonny. They have two daughters Christina and Caitlin and a granddaughter Rayella.
Guest Speaker Lieutenant Captain Loren Baldwin assumed responsibility as S3 of the 411th Engineer Brigade, Rear Detachment on January 02, 2024, a brigade where he oversees operations of 4 engineer battalions with over 3000 soldiers conducting combat, general and geospatial engineering.A Cincinnati, OH native, our next guest speaker enlisted in 2005 as a Heavy Equipment Operator (21E) in the US Army Reserve, assigned to the 611th Engineer Company (Light Equipment) in Sharonville, Ohio. In 2007 he received a commission as a 2nd Lieutenant in US Army Reserve from the University of Cincinnati ROTC program. His staff assignments include Training Officer, Training Integration Division, USARC G-37 Training Directorate and Executive Officer, USARC G-37; S3, 961st Engineer Battalion; Assistant Professor of Military Science, Texas Tech University; Engineer Plans Officer, 478th Engineer Battalion; and Executive Officer of the 801st Engineer Company.His previous command was the 396th Engineer Company where in 2015 he deployed the company to Hohenfels, Germany for a Joint Maneuver Readiness Center rotation as members of the opposing force. The company successfully planned and executed over 25 counter-mobility obstacles to include over 4kilometers of concertina wire, eleven minefields, and 4 kilometers worth of tank ditches resulting in denying 2d Cavalry Regiment freedom of movement and maneuver. Under his command, the company in 2016 for the first time in recent memory employed combat engineering equipment such as the Volcano System and a Mine Clearing Line Charge at the Combat Support Training Exercise. The company also completed a platform gunnery proof of principle during the exercise, resulting all crews qualifying expert, demonstrating the viability of platform gunnery qualification in the US Army Reserve.His awards and decorations include the Meritorious Service Medal 3rd award, Army Commendation Medal, Army Achievement Medal 3rd award, Operation Inherent Resolve Medal with Star Device, Army Reserve Component Achievement Medal, Global War on Terror Service Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Reserve Medal with “M” device and Bronze Hourglass, Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal, Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon, and the Reserve Components Overseas Training Ribbon 3rd award.He is a Superior Graduate of Command and General Staff Officer College’s Intermediate Level Education-Common Core and is currently enrolled in the Advanced Operations Course. He holds Master of Business Administration and Master of Arts in Leadership and Management Degrees from Webster University in Saint Louis, MO and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Operations Management from the University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio.
He and his wife, Cody (Cato) Baldwin of Roswell, Georgia spend their free time looking after their son Jeffrey.
Guest Speaker Colonel Christopher Schrieks assumed the position of Senior Army Instructor on December 3, 2019 at the Valley Central High School. Prior to this, he commanded the 44th Infantry Brigade Combat Team in the New Jersey Army National Guard.
His previous assignments include serving as Commander of the 50th Military Engagement Team (MET) which he assumed in June 2014. The 50th MET conducted Military to Military engagements throughout the Area of responsibility; Executive Officer 50th IBCT; S3 50th IBCT; Commander 50th BSTB during Operation Iraqi Freedom; Commander 2-102 Armor, Executive Officer 2-102 Armor, Team Leader 404th Civil Affairs Battalion during OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM, S3 2-102 Armor; Liaison Officer 50th BDE 42nd DIV; Company Commander C/2-102 Armor and Scout and Armor Platoon Leader.
His military education includes Armor Officer Basic and Advanced Course, Scout Platoon Leaders Course, Infantry Officer Advanced Course, Combined Arms and Service Staff School, Command and General Staff Course, Brigade Special Troops Battalion Pre-Command Course, Brigade Commander Pre-Command Course and the United States Army War College.
He received his commission through state Officer Candidate School. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree from St. Thomas Aquinas College in Criminal Justice. He later earned a master’s degree in strategic from the USAWC.
He is also a retired Police Captain having served 26 years with the Lodi New Jersey Police Department and has held leadership positions within the department including Assistant Tour Commander; Tour Commander; Patrol Division Commander; Detective Division Commander and Internal Affairs Commander.
His many awards and decorations include the Legion of Merit, (2) Bronze Star Medals, (2) Defense Meritorious Service Medals, (2) Meritorious Service Medals, (6) Army Commendation Medals, (2) Army Achievement Medals, (4) Component Achievement Medals, (2) National Defense Medals, Armed Forces Reserve Medal (M device with gold hourglass 4) Iragi Campaign Medal, GWOTE, GWOTS, Meritorious Unit Commendation, Joint Meritorious Unit Commendation, Combat Action Badge and Air assault Badge. He is also the recipient of the Bronze Order of St. George. A very impressive list of accomplishments.
He is married to his wife Linda and they have (3) children Melissa, Erin and Christopher.
On Monday, May 6th, the Maybrook Fire Department presented an “Appreciation Award” to the Maybrook Troop 236 Scouts!
Scoutmaster Bill Giannico and Scoutmaster Emeritus Jim Barnett received the award on behalf of the Maybrook Troop 236 Scouts.
The Maybrook Alternative Learning Center (ALC) hosted Career Day on Tuesday, April 30th.
Mayor Dennis Leahy and Maybrook Police Officer/ School Resource Officer (SRO) Ricky Maldonado were in attendance and met with the kids!
On Friday, April 26th, the Maybrook Fire Department hosted their Annual Installation of Officers and Awards Banquet.
Maybrook FD Chief Patrick Romanik, Assistant Chief Ed Protsko and Commissioner Michael Jaray presented Mayor Dennis Leahy and the Village Board of Trustees and Appreciation Award on behalf of the Maybrook Fire Department.
Congratulations to men and women of the Maybrook Fire Department who received awards for their service and dedication to the Maybrook Fire District. Thank you for your service to your community! 
On Sunday, April 21,2024, the Maybrook Troop 236 Scouts hosted an Eagle Court of Honor for Dominic (DJ) Marino.
DJ Marino is the eighty-ninth Eagle Scout of the Maybrook Troop 236 Scouting Program!
DJ’s Eagle Project involved painting 12 fire hydrants along Tower Avenue in Maybrook. He did this just before the Annual Memorial Day Parade, which is along the parade route. He chose this project to enhance the parade route and honor the men and women in the military who march in this parade.
We thank DJ for choosing the Village of Maybrook for his Eagle Scout Project!
Congratulations to DJ Marino and his family on this special occasion in achieving the rank of Eagle Scout.
Congratulations to Scoutmaster Bill Gianico, Jim Barnett and Abby Williams for their continued support of youth in our community!🦅🇺🇸
L to R: Mayor Dennis Leahy, Dominic (DJ) Marino, Deputy Mayor Charles Woznick

Please be advised: Prospect Avenue residents south of Clark Place ONLY.

The Village of Maybrook has received verbal communication from Pace Laboratories and approval from the Orange County Board of Health that there is NO bacteria present in the samples provided from the water main repair on Thursday. A copy of the test results will be posted on the Village of Maybrook website as soon as received.

Contact the Maybrook DPW Superintendent Matt Thorp at 845 656 3122 or the Orange County Department of Health at 291 2331 for questions or concerns.

Loss of pressure in  Village of Maybrook.


Bring tap water to a rolling boil, boil for one minute, and cool before using.  Or use bottled water certified for sale by the New York State Department of Health.  Boiled or bottled water should be used for drinking, making ice, washing dishes, brushing teeth, and preparing food until further notice.

This Boil Water Notice applies to residents on Prospect Avenue from the water storage tank to the end of Prospect Ave.

What Happened ?

At about 1:40pm on Thursday 4/18/24, the water system lost pressure due to a leak in the watermain that requires a section of the main to be replaced. When water mains lose pressure it increases the chance that untreated water and harmful microbes can enter your water.

Harmful microbes in drinking water can cause diarrhea, cramps, nausea, headaches, or other symptoms and may pose a special health risk for infants, some elderly, and people with severely compromised immune systems.  But these symptoms are not just caused by microbes in drinking water.  If you experience any of these symptoms and they persist, you should seek medical advice.

What is being done ?

The section of the 6” watermain is being replaced.

It is likely that you will need to boil water for the next several days until the problem is fixed.  You will be informed when tests show that you no longer need to boil your water.

For more information about boil water events and using water for bathing, cooking, cleaning and other uses during these times see:  www.health.ny.gov/environmental/water/drinking/boilwater/

If you have additional questions, please contact:

 Matt Thorp, Chief Operator at  845-427-2222.

or the  Orange County Department of Health    at __845-291-2331_____.

The Village of Maybrook Department of Public Works will be hand delivering this notice to residents on Prospect Avenue.

The Maybrook Troop 236 Scout Band marching in the 85th Greek Independence Day parade in New York City on Sunday,April 14th!🇬🇷
Village of Maybrook (L to R) Deputy Mayor Charles Woznick, Mayor Dennis Leahy and Trustee Daryl Capozzoli sworn into office Monday, April 8, 2024 by Village Clerk/Treasurer David Griffith
On Monday, March 25, 2024, the Maybrook Golden Links President Marie Lown presented a Certificate of Appreciation Award to Mayor Dennis Leahy and the Village of Maybrook Board of Trustees for their continued support of the Maybrook Golden Links!
The Maybrook Golden Links are a very special group of seniors in our village and we are so happy to have them.
Thank you President Marie Lown and the Maybrook Golden Links Board for the hard work that goes into planning events and maintaining this organization for the seniors in our community!
The Village of Maybrook “Easter Egg Drive Thru” was a very nice turnout!
We THANK all of our sponsors for their support of this youth event!
Village of Maybrook Mayor Dennis Leahy and the Village of Maybrook Board of Trustees
Montgomery Overall Service
Wallkill Valley Federal Savings and Loan
Walden Savings Bank
Former Maybrook Trustee Jim Barnett
The Maybrook Police Department
The Maybrook Fire Department
Fred Farahvashi and The Lego Club
Happy Easter to all!
The weather didn’t turn out like everyone hoped for the Montgomery St Pat’s Ramble Parade. A lot of planning goes into planning an outdoor event and unfortunately we have no control of the weather.
Thank you to the St Pat’s Ramble Committee for their hard work to plan this event!
The Village of Maybrook participated and made it through the rain!☘️☘️☘️
Isabella Giannico is the 88th Eagle Scout of Maybrook Troop 236 Scouting Program!
Isabella’s Eagle Project involved restaining all of the playground equipment in the Danny Myer Memorial Park.
The Village of Maybrook appreciates Isabella for choosing her Eagle Scout Project in our village.
Tonight was a proud moment for Isabella and her family.
Congratulations Isabella on your amazing achievement and we wish you all the best in future endeavors!
Village of Maybrook resident Elizabeth Zefi

County Executive Neuhaus presents Elizabeth Zefi with Citizen of the Month Award for March
Zefi recognized for her leadership and volunteerism
Goshen, N.Y. – Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus has named Maybrook resident Elizabeth Zefi as March’s Citizen of the Month Award recipient.
Zefi, a senior at Valley Central High School in Montgomery, was honored for her leadership and her volunteer work. Zefi has gained both leadership and volunteer experience through her involvement in multiple organizations, including Girl Scouts of America, the American Red Cross (Blood Program Leader), the Orange County Youth Bureau Youth Advisory Board (President), the Board of Education (Student Representative), Student Government Association (Secretary), and National Honor Society (Dean). Last July, Zefi attended both the Marist College Summer Pre-College Program in Business and the Mercy College Summer Leadership Academy. She also interns for Assemblyman Brian Maher.
In addition, Zefi has received the New York State Seal of Biliteracy in Italian and Spanish, the Girl Scout Gold, Silver, and Bronze awards, and the President’s Volunteer Service Award. She also maintains top grades at school and is awaiting college acceptance letters before deciding where to head in the fall.
“Elizabeth’s active and engaged leadership roles within various organizations in her community is wonderful. She is a great example to her peers that being involved and participating in your school and community is a win/win endeavor.”  Neuhaus said. “Not only is Elizabeth learning useful, lifelong skills, but she is also making friends and meeting mentors while contributing her own skills to the groups to which she dedicates her time,” Neuhaus added.  
Zefi is the daughter of immigrants; her father is from Albania and her mother is from Italy. The couple came to the United States in the early 2000s. Both of Elizabeth’s parents were small business owners; her mother had an Italian deli where she would take Elizabeth as a first grader, sometimes quite early in the morning. Her father owned a construction company and Zefi said, “He has been very successful in his career in America. While his success may not be millions of dollars, it seems like it is for us, as we know how hard he and my mother had to work in a new country.”
Zefi has been very involved with the Orange County Youth Bureau, currently serving as President of the Youth Advisory Board. She represented the County’s youth at the Association of NYS Youth Bureaus’ annual Youth Leadership Forum and Legislative Day. Zefi advocated to the Senate and Assembly Representatives for the value of Positive Youth Development Programs.
Neuhaus summed up, “I know Elizabeth will benefit from her experiences as a volunteer and leader here in Orange County and she will be an asset to whatever schools or organizations she chooses in the future. It was a pleasure meeting with Elizabeth and her family, and I look forward to hearing about the awesome things she will go on to do.”  
The Maybrook Troop 236 Scout Band continued their St. Patrick’s Parade tour this weekend performing in White Plains, Peekskill and Mahopac!
Look for them at upcoming parades on Sunday, March 17th they will be performing in the Hamlet of Wallkill and on Saturday, March 23rd at the Montgomery St Pat’s Ramble Parade!
The Maybrook Troop 236 Scout Band kicked off the St. Patrick’s Parade season in the Dutchess County St Patrick’s Day Parade in Wappingers Falls today! 👏☘️
Congratulations to Village of Maybrook Police Officer Dylan Leahy. Officer Leahy completed his Police Academy Training and graduated on February 2, 2024. The Village of Maybrook Mayor Dennis Leahy and Village of Maybrook Board of Trustees wished him well and congratulated him at the Village Board Meeting on February 12, 2024.
There is additional parking behind the David Weiss Park at the end of Rakov Rd. for residents if needed.
The Village is aware of an increase in the use ATV’s in the Village. This includes on private property as well as County, State and Village.
As such, this is a one-time courtesy warning to those who own ATV’s. We are developing a pro-enforcement zero tolerance plan. This will include the issuance of summonses as well as the seizure of these vehicles when appropriate.

Please consider this message as a one-time courtesy advisory – Mayor Dennis Leahy

Mayor Dennis K. Leahy