Stray Cat TNR Spay/Neuter Funding
In order to try to curtail the stray cat population The Town of Blooming Grove has partnered with T.A.R.A. (The Animal Rights Alliance) to provide low cost spay/neuter services for TNR. The Humane Society of Blooming Grove will administer the program on behalf of the town. There will be a fee of $25.00 for the voucher paid by cash or check. Proof of residency is required as these vouchers are for Town Residents only (Including residents of Washingtonville and South Blooming Grove). There will be a limit of 2 per household. The person requesting the voucher will be responsible for making the appointment at T.A.R.A. as well as transporting and pickup of the cat from one of their mobile locations. If you would like more information on this program please submit your request by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stray Cat TNR Spay/Neuter Funding
Dear Village Residents,
We are excited to announce that starting TODAY, Monday, March 20, 2023, our new shuttle service will be up and running!
We have hired a manager for the buses, Mr. Dov Guttman, who will be overseeing the Shuttle Service.
Ticket books can be purchased at Village Hall and on the Shuttle.
In the coming days and weeks, we will be adjusting the routes and schedules based on your feedback, so please let us know what you think.
To access information on pricing, scheduling, and to submit feedback to the transit department, please call us at 845-782-2600 extension 600. You can also listen to the schedules to plan your transportation accordingly.
We are thrilled to offer this service to the community, and we hope it makes your daily commute easier and more convenient.
This initiative also furthers our initiative to reduce the amount of vehicles travleing village roads and to help reduce traffic and congestion in our Village.
Thank you for your support, and we look forward to hearing your feedback.
- No Parking on any Village Roadways during stated/posted Snow Emergency.
- All Vehicles should be kept a minimum of 5’ behind the curb face/roadway edge to allow for snow plowing activities.
- Remove ALL garbage cans, portable basketball nets and any other structure that will hamper plowing activities from the Municipal Roadway.
- Do not push/place the snow from your private driveways or property into the Municipal Roadway.
- All mailboxes need to be of “Structural Integrity” to withstand Municipal Snow Plowing.
The Village and Highway Department will not be responsible for:
- “Structurally Deficient” mailbox structures. Any concrete mailbox, light post structures etc. must be a minimum of 5’ behind the curb face/roadway edge as not to hamper plowing activities.
- Any damage within the Municipal Right of Way for those residents that choose to disregard these important regulations.
Please review the Clovewood development’s DEIS (draft environmental impact statement) at clovewood.com.
Effective, April 8, 2019
LAWN and LANDSCAPE WATERING
Residents will not be allowed to:
Water lawns, gardens, trees or shrubs with a sprinkler or irrigation system.
Wash down outdoor surfaces such as exterior sidewalks, driveways or walkways.
Use water for filling outdoor decorative features, fountains,
Residents running remote sprinklers or irrigation will be cited.
Residents may use hand-held watering containers (watering cans, buckets, etc.) to water plants, shrubs, flowers, containers, gardens and lawns. Watering is encouraged in the early morning or late at night is best to avoid any possible evaporation.
Residents may water during the following days:
Odd-numbered addresses, 7:00 am to 9:00 am or 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm, Tuesday and Thursday ONLY
Even-numbered addresses, 7:00 am to 9:00 am or 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm, Monday and Wednesday ONLY
Residents are encouraged to use rain barrels, which collect rainwater and can be used for lawn watering, plant watering, and other garden needs.
NEW LANDSCAPE / LAWN RENEWAL
Residents are strongly discouraged from planting new sod and are strongly encouraged to postpone planting of ALL new shrubs, flowers, trees, gardens and other landscaping until conditions subside. Aerating and overseeding of established/existing lawns is strongly discouraged. If residents have already seeded their lawns, they are allowed to water only on their designated day and hand water on other days. No exceptions will be made during restrictions.
Water runoff is strictly prohibited. This applies to both irrigation and hand watering. Watering pavement and sidewalks is a wasteful use of a precious resource during such a critical water shortage.
Residents applying for new hydrant water taking permits must apply for a variance from the water restrictions from the Village Board. Existing hydrant water taking permit holders may continue to draw water from designated locations.
Washing automobiles, boats, watercraft or other vehicles is prohibited during this water restriction.|
PRESSURE WASHING AND CLEANING OF BUILDINGS, ETC.
Pressure washing businesses that use their own water tank, with water supplied from an alternate source such as a well, may operate in the Village during this period. During this critical water shortage, customers are encouraged to postpone home improvement or other projects that may require pressure washing.
ORNAMENTAL FOUNTAINS OR OTHER DECORATIVE WATER BODIES
Residents should eliminate the use of water to maintain ornamental fountains, artificial waterfalls, reflection pools and decorative water bodies for aesthetic or scenic purposes, except for the minimum amount of make-up water necessary to support aquatic life.
Residents are not allowed to fill, Swimming pools, wading pools or hot tubs.
For questions about these STAGE 2 water restrictions, Village Residents may call Village Hall at (845) 782-2600. The mandatory water ban allows the Village to continue providing adequate water to all residents that receive municipal water. If demand increases substantially due to noncompliance with the guidelines, a total water ban may be implemented. Thank you for your participation in preserving this most precious and limited natural resource.