Press Release - Water Sampling - August 2015

The Village of Fishkill Water Department has placed containers at various, random water customers homes to do lead/copper testing. If you have seen a container at your residence we ask that you follow the instructions and just leave the water sample back on your doorstep once its filled and the water department will pick them up.  Thank you in advance for your cooperation. Please call the Village Clerk if you require further details.

Press Release - Hydrant Flushing

NOTICE TO THE VILLAGE OF FISHKILL WATER CUSTOMERSThe Village of Fishkill Water Department will be flushing hydrants throughout the Village starting WEDNESDAY, JULY 29thAfter and during this flushing you may experience discoloration in your water.  PLEASE DO NOT WASH CLOTHING UNTIL WATER RUNS CLEAR, AS THIS MAY CAUSE STAINING.

Press Release - July 4th Reading

PLEASE JOIN THE VILLAGE OF FISHKILL FOR THE ANNUAL 4TH OF JULY READING OF THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE, WHICH WILL TAKE PLACE ON SATURDAY, JULY 4th AT 11:00 AM ON THE STEPS OF THE VILLAGE HALL, 1095 MAIN STREET. OUR READER THIS YEAR WILL BE ALAN WAY, VILLAGE OF FISHKILL CO-HISTORIAN.   FOLLOWING THE READING THERE WILL BE REFRESHMENTS INSIDE VILLAGE HALL, AND GUEST BOOK SIGNING. THIS EVENT IS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. FOR INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 897-4430

Legal Notice - 2015 Village Election

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT the General Village Election of and for the Village of Fishkill will be held on the 16th day of June, 2015, and the polls will be open for voting between the hours of l2:00 noon and 9:00 p.m.The Village of Fishkill constitutes one election district and the polling place for such district shall be Van Wyck Hall, 1095 Main Street Fishkill, New York.

Press Release - Memorial Day 2015 Parade & Service

The Village of Fishkill announces their annual Memorial Day Parade and Memorial Service to be held on Sunday, May 24, 2015. The Parade will step off from Church Street at 2:00PM going down Main Street and ending at Monument Square near Route 9 and Main Street. Veterans, Elected Officials, Boy and Girl Scouts, Civic Organizations and Societies, Protection Engine Co. #1 and other fire departments, will march in the parade.

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