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Update: Tuesday, October 20, 2020.

SUNY COVID-19 Tracker

New York state COVID-19 Travel Advisory

Governor Cuomo Annouces new guidance for schools reopening!

COVID-19 Testing is now FREE! Call 888-364-3065 to make an appointment.

New York State Department of Health Announces Resumption of Limited Visitation to Nursing Homes

Childhood Inflammatory Disease Related to COVID-19

County Executive Steve Neuhaus Daily update video:

COVID-19 Daily Numbers in Orange County, NY

13,129 positive cases of COVID 19 reported in Orange County. Increase of 22 since yesterday.

Last 3 weeks, Monday, September 28th – 112, Monday, October 5th – 113, Tuesday, October 13th (3 days Columbus Day) 168

503 deaths reported. Fatalities by County

725 COVID 19 cases reported in the Town of Montgomery.The Orange County COVID-19 Dashboard is now updated daily.

32 people are hospitalized. Decrease of 4 since yesterday.

21 people hospitalized tested POSITIVE with COVID 19. Decrease of 1 since yesterday.

11 people hospitalized have SYMPTOMS of COVID 19. Decrease of 3 since yesterday.

39% ICU beds available in the County. Do not be alarmed! This decrease is due to hospitals that have reduced ICU beds because of the decrease in COVID-19 cases in the County. This percentage will be monitored going forward and the safe percentge is ABOVE 20% while COVID-19 cases remain low in the County.

As Orange County begins the process of rebooting the economy and commencing the reopening phases, the County has created a resource page to assist business owners in their efforts to reopen efficiently, effectively, and safely. visit

Orange County is working with local Law Enforcement and Code Enforcement to address COVID 19 “Hot Spots” in the County.Social Distancing Complaints call: 1-833-789-0470

Please keep in mind COVID 19 is being monitored by NY State, Counties, Towns and Villages daily. We will continue to evaluate one day at a time and keep everyone posted on any new developments.The Orange County Healthcare App is available now. Go to “Orange County NY Health” and receive updates to your cell phone.

Orange County COVID 19 Cases by Town. Click on the link below for additional information;

New York State COVID 19 update

Governor Cuomo Announces New Cluster Action Initiative

Please keep in mind, we NEED to continue wearing our personal protective equipment and continue the practice of social distancing. Everyone needs to do their part in order to avoid another outbreak of COVID-19. I want to thank all of the residents of the Village of Maybrook for their cooperation.

Be well and good health to all!

Mayor Dennis Leahy

Safety tips for trick-or-treaters this Halloween
·         Anyone who is sick or self-isolating must stay home.
·         Trick-or-treat in your household group.
·         Leave space between you and other groups to reduce crowding on stairs and sidewalks.
·         Wash your hands before you go out, when you get home, and before eating treats.
·         Do not touch your face.
·         Keep hand sanitizer with you if eating treats on the go.

When handing out treats:
·         Turn off your porch light and stay at home if you are sick or self-isolating.
·         Use tongs, a baking sheet or make a candy slide to give more space when handing out candy.
·         Hand out sealed, prepackaged, individual treats instead of offering a shared bowl.
·         Wear a non-medical mask that covers your nose and mouth when handing out treats.
·         Be more outside than inside. If you can, stand outside your door to hand out treats to avoid unnecessary contact with your door or doorbell.
·         If you are unable to sit outside to hand out treats, clean and disinfect doorbells and knobs, handrails, and any other high touch surface often during the evening
·         If you are decorating, avoid props that can cause coughing, such as smoke machines.


The Village of Maybrook will be hosting a “Halloween Drive Thru” INSTEAD of the annual “Halloween Party” held in the Maybrook Senior Center due to COVID-19. This event will be held outdoors for the safety of the residents and their children. NO foot traffic will be permitted for this event!
The Village of Maybrook Board of Trustees is doing everything possible to keep village events intact while keeping safety as our number one priority for the residents.
We look forward to a fun and safe evening!
Best regards,
Mayor Dennis Leahy and the Village of Maybrook Board of Trustees

Happy 100th Birthday to Maybrook resident and member of the Maybrook Golden Links Mrs. Rita Freeman!
Have a wonderful day Mrs. Freeman!

Download the app to get COVID-19 exposure alerts and help protect your community while maintaining your privacy.

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The Village of Maybrook is a proud sponsor of Breast Cancer Awareness in the month of October!
Pink Ribbons will be on display at the Village of Maybrook Government in support of Breast Cancer Awareness to raise awareness through education on symptoms and treatment.

On Friday, September 25th, the Maybrook Troop 236 Scouts hosted their “35th Annual Awards Dinner” which was originally scheduled to be held in June but had to be postponed due to COVID-19. This was an abbreviated Awards Dinner compared to the ones held previously however with masks being worn and social distancing, the event was a success and the kids in the troop had closure from their previous year of hard work.
As always, we thank Scoutmasters Bill Giannico and Abby Williams and the Emeritus Scoutmaster Jim Barnett for all they do for the youth in our community.
Mayor Dennis Leahy had the honor of presenting the Maybrook Troop 236 “Scout of the Year Award” to Arica Pearson Leary. Arica made Maybrook Troop 236 history by becoming the first female recipient of the “Scout of the Year Award”!
Congratulations to all of the scouts on a great year despite the circumstances of COVID-19.

“National Recovery Month is a national observance held every September to educate Americans that substance use treatment and mental health services can enable those with mental and substance use disorders to live healthy and rewarding lives. Now in its 31st year, Recovery Month celebrates the gains made by those living in recovery. Addiction and mental health disorders are a serious problem in our country, but there is hope!  The Village of Maybrook’s close partnership with Hope Not Handcuffs provides a way for those suffering with addiction to get the help they need.  We are here to help.”

The Maybrook Fire Chief Patrick Romanik and the Maybrook Fire Department hosted a 9/11 Ceremony this evening to honor and remember fallen hero and Maybrook resident David Weiss of the NYFD. Always remember and never forget our fallen heroes who sacrificed their lives, the victims and their families.

The Village of Maybrook wishes to thank Village of Maybrook Troop 236 Scout Aiden Duran (center) for choosing the Village of Maybrook for his Eagle Scout Project. Aiden, with the assistance of his fellow scouts, painted several fire hydrants and yellow caution lines throughout the village.
The Village of Maybrook is proud of the young men and women in the Maybrook Troop 236 Scouting Program and of their contributions to our community!
Congratulations to Aiden Duran who is in the home stretch of attaining his goal of Eagle Scout!

Report of Examination of the Village of Maybrook conducted by the office of the New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli, State Comptroller in July 2020 ;

Our wastewater treatment plant operations specialist has notified us that there has been a huge influx of wipes, rags and rubber gloves coming into our treatment facility and is creating a large issue for proper plant operation.  The law prohibits flushing of any substances into the municipal sanitary sewer system with the exception of paper products specifically made for this purpose. Although many of the commercially available “wipes” claim to be biodegradable and flushable, THEY ARE NOT.  Rubber gloves, any types of wipes/rags and cooking oils etc. are also not to be flushed down into the sanitary sewer system as well. Cooking oils form grease balls that become as hard as cement in the sewer lines 
All of these can and do cause sewer main and service lateral back-ups (which are the responsibility of the homeowner to the main)  and very often lead to sanitary sewer line overflows and severe damage to equipment at the treatment facility resulting in tens of thousands of dollars in repairs and cleanup costs.
We understand that there is now more than ever a concerted effort to clean and disinfect surfaces etc. the materials used should be disposed of in a plastic trash bag, tightly sealed and put out for garbage collection.
We truly appreciate you help in keeping out sanitary sewer collection system and treatment facility in its optimum operating condition.
Matthew A Thorp
Supt. of Public Works

An Executive Order issued by Governor Cuomo mandates that all customers wear a face covering while shopping, as of Friday 4/17/20. Please make sure you bring your own to wear next time you visit our store. A bandanna or scarf works in a pinch. And here’s a link to making your own:
Thanks for helping to keep our customers and associates safe. For more information on our response to the COVID-19 pandemic, please see




Please be advised; Beginning Thursday, April 2, 2020. Grass and Leaf clippings to be discarded will be picked up by County Waste on THURSDAYS. A dumpster will be placed at the Maybrook Government Center on Monday, March 30, 2020 for residents to dispose of leaves and twigs only!

Any questions or concerns contact :

Maybrook DPW Superintendent Matt Thorp at 845-656-3122

All leaves and grass clippings MUST be discarded in brown recycled bags!

Recycled bags are free and available at the Village of Maybrook Government Center.

Due to the COVID 19, pick up is by appointment only!

Please be advised: The Village of Maybrook Budget Work Session scheduled for Monday, March 16th has been CANCELLED due to the State of Emergency declared because of COVID-19.

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 Page as well!


Mayor Dennis K. Leahy