The Superintendent of Highways Richard Wisseman
Office Hours at Town Hall: (January - June Only)
Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 10 AM - 2 PM
Phone: (845) 724-5600
Taxes must be paid by February 28 to avoid penalty. Penalty dates and percentages are March 1st to March 31st - 2%, April 1st and thereafter, additional per month - 1%. After May 31st, the Union Vale books are closed, and payments must go to the Dutchess County Commissioner of Finance.
To obtain a receipt, mail the entire bill back with your payment. A receipt will be sent to you.
Town & County Taxes - Click here: http://www.egov.basny.com/unionvale/
County Tax Levy Info http://www.co.dutchess.ny.us/CountyGov/Departments/RealPropertyTax/12485.htm
Collector of Taxes
Edna C. Bonk
Please contact for any concerns, complaints or lost/ found dogs.
Dutchess County SPCA 452-7722 Hours: 12:00pm- 7:00PM
PETCO - Every Sunday Rabies Clinic- 298-4380 call for details
Hours: Tuesday 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. and by appointment 845-724-5600
The time capsule was buried in 1983:
The following organizations donated items that were placed in a time capsule on Saturday, June 11, 1983 at Union Vale's Community Day, and buried at Tymor Park. Items from the Brownies and Girl Scouts of America, the Clove Valley Alliance Church, Clove Valley Bible Fellowship Church, Union Vale Grange # 887, Union Vale Historical Society, the Horseman Association, UV Ladies Auxiliary, Oswego Friends Meeting, UV Rescue Squad, UV Republican Club, UV Taxpayers Association, Tymor Senior Citizens Group, Verbank Methodist Church, Fusileers Fife and Drum Corps, Waterman Bird Club, Southern Dutchess 4-H Club, UV Park Commission, UV Community Day Committee, UV Town Clerk Jean Pine, UV Supervisor Peter DeForest, and UV Town Historian Irena Storalik. Lydia Brown and James Rickes, lifetime residents of Union Vale, and Thomas Welsh assisted Supervisor DeForest, Councilman Ray Pine and Town Historian Irena Storalik in sealing the time capsule and burying it in a metal cylinder with a concrete slab on top. Capsule is to be opened March 6, 2027 which is the date of the Town of Union Vale Bicentennial.
Dog Control Officer
Mary Jean Calvi
Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Highway Dept. Phone: (845) 724-5498
Emergencies Only: (845) 629-6519
Email to the Highway Superintendent: UnionvaleHWY1@optimum.net
The Town recycles, you gain. Wood chips and compost are available for your home use at the Highway Department Facility on North Clove Road. Come during daylight hours and pick up sufficient for your needs. Free to Town Residents only.
If you would like to clean a section of the town or county roads in Union Vale- Orange bags are available by calling Richard Wissman or the Town Hall. When finished be sure to let the Superintendent know WHERE the bags are located.