Village of Kinderhook NEWS





Village of Kinderhook
COVID-19 Update
March 26, 2020

As previously announced, the Village offices are closed
to public access until further notice.

Village Clerk/Treasurer Nicole Heeder is working as is Deputy Clerk Carol van Denburgh.  If needed, you may call 518-758-9882 or email and/or

Code Enforcement Officer Peter Bujanow is working and may be contacted at 518-758-8778 ext 302 or by email at

The Village’s 2-man DPW will be alternating one man on, one man off, each week until further notice.  Full staff will only be used when needed such as a snow storm.  The DPW can be contacted at 518-758-9225.

The facilities at the playground including playground equipment
and basketball court are closed until further notice.

While the village elections have been delayed from March 18 to April 28, 2020, the budget process must continue on schedule to meet the deadlines for the next village fiscal year which begins on June 1, 2020.  The village budget must be adopted on or before May 1.  On March 23, the Village Board held a meeting on the tentative 2020/2021 budget by videoconferencing.  This meeting was recorded and is available for listening on the Village of Kinderhook website ( under Village Documents/Budgets.  Questions and comments may be sent to  A second meeting on the tentative budget will be held on Tuesday, March 31 starting at 6pm.  Again, the meeting will be done by teleconferencing and will be available for recorded listening on the village’s website.

Thank you all for your continued cooperation, support and patience.




We would like to make our Village of Kinderhook residents aware that Governor Cuomo announced the following:

On Monday evening, March 16th, Governor Cuomo announced that he was postponing the March 18th village elections until April 28th.

In an effort to keep New Yorkers safe during the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today issued an executive order delaying village elections statewide until the April 28 primary election.

"Our top priority has been keeping New Yorkers safe and stopping the spread of the novel coronavirus," Governor Cuomo said. "Public health officials have been clear that reducing density is one of the most effective ways to stop the spread, and delaying village elections will help ensure poll workers and voters are not potentially exposed to the virus and at the same time maintain integrity in our election system."

As the VIllage receives any updates from Governor Cuomo's office, we will notify our residents by email blast and postings on the village website:


Notice of Tentative Budget Hearing