Welcome to the Village of Maybrook!

The Maybrook Troop 236 Scouts went on their “Thanksgiving Camp Out” on November 5th and 6th! Happy Thanksgiving!
Thank you to our sponsors of the Village of Maybrook’s “Halloween Drive Thru”!
Mayor Dennis Leahy and the Maybrook Board of Trustees
Chief Butch Amthor and the Maybrook Police Department
Chief Ed Protsko and the Maybrook Fire Department
Denise Mathelier and the Wallkill Valley Federal Savings and Loan
President Tina Johnson and the Maybrook Kiwanis Club
Bobbie Sue Conklin and the George C Bullis Community Center.
We hope everyone had a SAFE and Happy Halloween!
The village street paving is complete. I want to thank all of the residents for their patience during construction. Weather and mechanical breakdowns played a part in the delay.

Thank you to our Maybrook Department of Public Works Superintendent Matt Torp and his crew. Also a thank you to the surrounding communities for lending a hand with hauling material.

The curbing on Tower Ave and Christian Lane will be completed in the coming weeks.

Best regards,

Mayor Dennis Leahy
Thank you to our Sponsors of the Maybrook Family Movie Night!
Montgomery Overall
Carrasquillo Hardscapes
Wallkill Valley Federal Savings and Loan
Rick and Will Pretty Boy Production
On Monday, September 12th, the Village of Maybrook Board of Trustees approved the appointment of Charlie Woznick to replace Village Trustee Robert Pritchard who retired on August 22, 2022. Prithchard’s term expires in April of 2024 however an election will be held for the one year remaining on the term in March 2023. The Village Board also appointed Village Trustee James Barnett as Deputy Mayor to replace the former Deputy Mayor Robert Pritchard. Former Village of Maybrook Deputy Mayor and Village Trustee has been appointed to the Planning Board to replace Planning Board Member Charlie Woznick. Congratulations Trustee Charlie Woznick, Deputy Mayor James Barnett and Planning Board Member Noreen Reynolds!

The Maybrook Fire Department hosted a Memorial Ceremony this afternoon at the Maybrook Firehouse to pause, reflect and remember those who sacrificed and perished on September 11, 2001.

Our hearts are heavy for those no longer with us and for the families who continue to mourn the loss of their loved ones.

The Village of Maybrook REMEMBERS and we will NEVER forget!

Mayor Dennis Leahy
On Monday, August 22, 2022, Mayor Dennis Leahy presented an Plaque to the Deputy Mayor Robert Pritchard who retired from the Village Board after 10 years of service to the village. Deputy Mayor Pritchard’s assistance with economic development and service to his community is appreciated by all!
We wish him and his family good health and happiness in retirement!

The Maybrook Troop 236 scouts had an outstanding summer camp experience this year at Ten Mile River Camp Ranachqua.
The scouts earned 80 merit badges at camp. Maybrook also had the largest troop there from July 31st to August 5th.

Scout Max Petro was this year’s Honor Summer Camper He was presented his trophy by the last winner Eagle Scout Aaron Goldstein.

The troop band participated in the camp’s “Talent Show” and performed for the other attending Troops and Leaders!

Special thanks to the Maybrook Troop 236 leaders for all the time they gave volunteering to take the troop to camp this year!
Another successful Summer Camp in the book!
On Tuesday, August 9th, the Honorable William Schimpf officiated his final court session as Judge in the Village of Maybrook and will be retiring on August 26, 2022.

Congratulations and thank you Judge Schimpf for your many years of service to our village!

We wish you and your wife Jane a Happy and Healthy Retirement!

All the best,

Mayor Dennis Leahy and the Village of Maybrook Board of Trustees 
We are very fortunate that the young men and women choose to give back to their community when selecting their Eagle Scout Projects.
The Village of Maybrook wishes to say “Thank you” to;
Tristan Brahm who repainted the village picnic tables.
Patty Touhy who painted an American Flag on the Maybrook Post 2064 VFW.
Brian Tompkins who repainted the Maybrook Caboose as you enter the north end of the village.
Thank you for enhancing our village and we wish you all the best in attaining the rank of Eagle Scout!
Mayor Dennis Leahy

It was a beautiful evening for the Village of Maybrook’s Annual “Kick-off the 4th of July 2022 Celebration”!
A special “Thank You “ to the Maybrook Board of Trustees, Village Clerk/ Treasurer Tina Johnson, DPW Superintendent Matt Thorp and Maybrook DPW, Police Chief Butch Amthor, the Maybrook Police Department, Maybrook Fire Chief Ed Protsko, the Maybrook Fire Department, Hudson Blue and all of our food vendors!
I also wish to thank all of our wonderful sponsors for their generosity and support of this village event!
We started this event in 2011 with the intent of bringing friends and neighbors together before the holiday to enjoy live music, food and fireworks. Our tradition continues and I hope everyone enjoyed their evening.
Have a safe 4th of July and great summer too!
All the best,
Mayor Dennis Leahy
On Sunday, June 12th, 2022, the Maybrook Troop 236 Scouts hosted their 37th Annual Awards Dinner. Congratulations to Scoutmaster Bill Giannico, Scoutmaster Abby Williams, Emeritus Scoutmaster Jim Barnett, Cub Scoutmaster Paul Brahm and Cub Scoutmaster Amy Whitmore on another amazing year with the young men and women of Troop 236.
I had the honor of presenting the “2022 Honor Scout of the Year Award” to Tucker Pearson Leary! Congratulations to Tucker and all of the Scouts who received awards and promotions!
This summer the Troop will head to Ten Mile River Scout Camp July 31st to August 5th as they earn merit badges and look forward to next 2023 when the make another guest appearance at Disney in Florida!
Congratulations to all and have a safe summer!
Mayor Dennis Leahy

On Sunday, June 5, 2022, the Maybrook Troop 236 Scouts held an Eagle Court of Honor for Gideon Reda, Haley Sullivan and Tyler Allen.
Gideon Reda’s Eagle Project involved a painting a mural on the wall of the Maybrook VFW Post 2064 building. The mural painted was a soldier kneeling at a cross with the phrase “ALL gave some…..Some gave ALL” beneath the depiction.
Haley Sullivan’s Eagle Project involved painting 12 fire Hydrants on Homestead Avenue in the Village of Maybrook. Haley is also the FIRST female Eagle Scout recipient in the history of the Maybrook Troop 236 Scouting Program!
Tyler Allen’s Eagle Scout Project involved painting 12 Memorial benches in the Village of Maybrook!
Congratulations to Scoutmaster Emeritus James Barnett, Scoutmaster Bill Giannico and Scoutmaster Abby Williams on your 80th, 81st and 82nd Eagle Scout in the history of the Maybrook Troop 236 Scouting Program!
On behalf of the Village of Maybrook Board of Trustees, Congratulations Gideon, Haley and Tyler on this amazing achievement, Thank You for your representation of our village and for choosing the Village of Maybrook for your Eagle Projects!
All the best in future endeavors!
Mayor Dennis K. Leahy
Our Annual Village of Maybrook Memorial Day Parade and Service was held on Monday, May 30th, 2022.
We gathered as a village to bow our heads to pay tribute to the brave men and women who sacrificed their lives for our freedom we have today.
A special thank you to our Guest Speaker Colonel Christopher Schrieks who is the Senior Army Instructor of the Valley Central High School JROTC.
Village of Maybrook Trustee Kevin Greany who organized the Memorial Day Parade and Service.
Our sponsors; Shoprite, Mainline Diner and Dunkin’ Donuts!
Last but not least, we thank our distinguished guests, village organizations and the residents for participating in our event.
Mayor Dennis K. Leahy
On May 23, 2022, an Awards Ceremony for the Village of Maybrook Police Department was held at the Maybrook Board of Trustees Meeting. This is the first year the Village of Maybrook has recognized exceptional acts and perfect timing as last week was “National Police Week” (observed May 11th to 17th). Village of Maybrook Chief Arnold “Butch” Amthor implimented the Award Ceremony this year to recognize Village of Maybrook Police Officers who go above and beyond the call of duty for our village. Going forward, the village will host this ceremony on a yearly basis on, or around National Police Week to honor our officer’s efforts throughout the year.
This year, the following officer’s received awards:
Detective Matt Hughes – Medal of Valor, Lifesaving and 10+ years of Law Enforcement Service.
Officer John Erps- Meritorious Police Duty and Excellent Police Duty.
Sergeant Michael Maresca- Meritorious Police Duty and 15 Years of Service.
Officer Arthur Bongiorno- Lifesaving.
Detective Chip Lahar- Meritorious Police Duty and 15 years of overall Law Enforcement.
Officer Michael Reilly- 20 Years of Service in the Village of Maybrook.
Officer Timothy Toomey- 30 Years of overall Law Enforcement Service.
Officer Peter Fredericks- 25 Years of overall Law Enforcement Service.
Sergeant Dennis Barnett- 25 Years of overall Law Enforcement Service.
Congratulations to this year’s award recipients and thank you for your service and dedication to the Village of Maybrook.
Mayor Dennis K. Leahy
Deputy Mayor Robert Pritchard
Trustee Kevin Greany
Trustee James Barnett
Trustee Daryl Capozzoli
On Thursday, May 19th, the Orange County Chamber of Commerce hosted a “Ribbon Cutting” at their new office located in the Village of Maybrook at 924 Homestead Ave ( Old Blake House). I attended the ceremony and welcomed President and CEO Heather Bell and her staff to our village. I also welcomed Devil Dog’s Decking, the YIT Foundation and MD Property Preservation, Inc. I’m delighted to have these businesses in our village and look forward to welcoming more in the not-too-distant future. A little rain came after the ceremonies however it was well attended and very nice to meet so many people who notice the positive changes taking place in our village!
Mayor Dennis K. Leahy
The Maybrook Kiwanis Club wishes to thank everyone who came out this evening for their support of our “Pasta Dinner”! It was a huge success and spread the word because we will be hosting another next year!
The Maybrook Kiwanis Club President Tina Johnson wishes to thank “At Your Service by Christine” for a wonderful pasta dinner! Steve and Nicole from Little Pops Pizza for donating the meatballs and Cindy from “Lords Florist” for the lovely table centerpieces!
Thank you for your support!
The young men and women of the Maybrook Troop 236 Scout Band performing in Rhode Island!
They also performed the Marine Corps Hymn for the men and women of the United Sates Marine Corp who were in attendance as well.

Thank you to all of the wonderful organizations who made this event possible! We hope everyone enjoyed our Easter Egg Drive Thru!
Wishing all a Healthy and Happy Easter🐰
Disinfecting wipes and other items should be properly disposed of in the trash, not the toilet. These wipes and other items do not break down in sewer or septic systems and can damage your home’s internal plumbing as well as local wastewater collection systems. This past week we had a sewer line blocked behind the 400 block on Homestead Ave.
This is what caused the blockage. Please be mindful of what you flush down your toilet! Thank you.
Mayor Dennis Leahy
Spring is here and the Village of Maybrook Department of Public Works has started clean up. Please help out by putting trash in the garbage cans where it belongs!
Thank you!
The Village of Maybrook was well represented at the St. Pat’s Ramble Parade held in the Village of Montgomery Saturday, March 19th! Thank you to all who marched in the Maybrook section of the parade! The Village of Maybrook Mayor Dennis Leahy, Deputy Mayor Robert Pritchard, Trustee Kevin Greany, Trustee Jim Barnett, Trustee Daryl Capozzoli, the Maybrook Police Department, Hope Not Handcuffs, the Maybrook VFW Post 2064, the Regular Peoples Baptist Church and the Maybrook Fire Department!

·        Many families who have attended our Village of Maybrook Bike Rodeo sponsored by our Maybrook Police Department recognize this individual because he volunteered his services to the village to assist in promoting bicycle safety. Injury Prevention Coordinator John Nowinski from Garnett Health has worked with Maybrook Police Sargent Michael Maresca and provides free bicycle helmets to all the children attending the event. John has young children of his own and knows the importance of bike safety and the prevention of head injuries. The Village Board Board of Trustees appreciate and thank him for his assistance in promoting Bike safety to the children of our village.
Spring is in the air!🍀
The Maybrook Troop 236 Scout Band kicked off the St. Patrick’s Day Parade Season in Wappingers Falls on Saturday!
We are all proud of these young men and women who represent our village performing in many communities across the state!
Mark your Calendar’s!
They will be performing locally when they will be leading the Village of Maybrook section of the St. Pat’s Ramble Parade held on Saturday, March 19th in the Village of Montgomery!
On Monday, February 14, 2022, Maybrook Mayor Leahy and the Village of Maybrook Board of Trustees presented Trustee Kevin Greany with an award for his 20 years of service to the Village of Maybrook as an elected official. Congratulations Trustee Kevin Greany!
Senior Discount for Sanitation Service
 *Seniors in the Village of Maybrook, 65 or older are entitled to a $30 discount for Sanitation Service. Fill out an application Senior Discount Application for Sanitation Service and submit it to the Village of Maybrook Clerk/Treasurer Tina Johnson. Any questions call 845-427-2717 ext. 201.
Our friends at the Montgomery Shoprite have supported all of our village events over the years. The Montgomery Shoprite Manager Jason Knudsen has been in this location for the past 5 years. He was recently assigned to the Chester Shoprite and we wish him well.
The Village of Maybrook Mayor Dennis Leahy presented Jason Knudsen with plaque from the Village of Maybrook Board of Trustees for his support of our community.
Thank you Jason and we wish you all the best in future endeavors!

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