The Village of Upper Nyack was incorporated in 1872. The Village Hall, built in 1877, served as a tavern and grocery…More store before being converted into government offices.
The Upper Nyack Village Hall houses the justice court, village clerk, building department and tax department.
Nyack Village Clerk 9 N Broadway, Nyack, NY10960 The Nyack Village Clerk is located on the first floor of Nyack Village Hall. The Village Clerk, Mary White, assists…More Nyack residents with obtaining records, navigating the village archives and finding publicly available information. Residents interested in obtaining copies of a birth, marriage or death certificate must visit the Town Clerk.
The Village of Nyack—which translates from Native American dialect as "point of land"—is the region's…More most urban municipality. Nyack is in the towns of Orangetown and Clarkstown, and in the county of Rockland.
Located right on Broadway in the heart of town, the Village Hall of Nyack is the center of meetings and commerce for the village. All events are coordinated through this building, and it has a bulletin board posting local news, events, and important dates. The Village Hall houses several government offices, including the Village Clerk, Building Department and Justice Court.
The Village of Nyack Building Department is located on the second floor of Nyack Village Hall.
The Department…More reviews and approves construction projects and building use within the village. The Department also issues building permits, which are required for renovations, deck or pool installation, building demolitions and more. A building permit is not required for ordinary repairs that replace old materials new ones of the same type.
The village's Building Inspector is Donald Yacopino; the Assistant Building Inspector is Paul Rozsypal.
The Village of South Nyack Justice Court, located on the second floor of South Nyack Village Hall, handles traffic,…More small claims and civil cases. The court also handles criminal misdemeanor cases.
Court is held the first and second Monday of every month. The Court Justice is Dennis A. E. Lynch; Acting Justice is Thomas Mascola; and Justice Court Clerk is David Majewski.
The Village of Nyack Water Department is located on the first floor of Nyack Village Hall. It is a non-profit,…More self-supporting department without taxing powers. Nyack's mayor appoints five Water Commissioners for staggered five-year terms; these commissioners ensure Nyack residents have a safe and ample water supply. The current commissioners are Philip Bullock, Eileen Colarell, Ross Dailey, Michael Kaneletz and Jeanne Nelson.
The Department's revenue is obtained solely from the sale of water and used for operating expenses, construction and payment of outstanding debts.
The Water Treatment Plant is located in West Nyack; the business office is located at 9 North Broadway, Nyack.
The Department draws water from the Hackensack River, which begins at Lake Deforest Reservoir.
The Village of Nyack Justice Court is located on the second floor of Nyack Village Hall. Court is held Tuesdays at 5…More p.m. and Thursdays at 9:30 a.m.
The Justice Court handles criminal, civil, traffic and small claims (up to $3,000) cases. The Court also handles village ordinance violations and evictions.
Residents who wish to plead guilty and pay a ticket without making an appearance can submit a money order or certified check—not personal checks—made out to "Nyack Justice Court" in person or by mail. Residents can also pay in cash at the office; credit card payments over the phone are not accepted.
To file a small claims case, the person being sued must work or live in Nyack. The filing fee is $10 for claims under $1,000 and $15 for claims over $1,000.
Nyack's hallmark Hudson House has a storied history—for starters, it's located in the former village hall and…More jailhouse. To this day two of the original jail cells remain, and house the restaurant's wine cellar. Many other original facets remain, as well.
The Hudson House's downstairs serves dinner daily (except Mondays) in addition to lunch/brunch. The upstairs, where the village court was once held, is another dining room for private gatherings. The restaurant also features a full bar and outside patio dining.
The restaurant's executive chef Christopher Dunn creates daily specials with fish, meats, pastas and more. The co-owner and baker Matt Hudson's desserts compliment Dunn's work and are know county-wide.