Village of Woodbury Notice Board
The Town and Village of Woodbury has contracted with Emergency Communications Network to license its CodeRED high-speed notification solution. The CodeRED system provides Woodbury officials the ability to quickly deliver messages to targeted areas or the entire community.
The CodeRED app allows you to receive alerts and updates directly from the national CodeRED Emergency Notification System right on your mobile devices. The app also sends you geographically-based alerts depending on your current location.
FY 2014-15 Adopted Budget
2014 Draft MS4 Annual Report
2012 Water Quality Reports
The 2012 Water Quality Reports for the Consolidated Water Area and Amdur Park are available below.
Online Meeting Viewing
It is now possible to watch Village and Town meeting recordings online.
Online Tax Lookup
Looking up tax bills for yourself or others is available online. If you have any questions, contact Carol Herb at 845-928-6062, M-F 3:30-9:00pm.
Orange County Government Center
Temporary Relocation of Services. Visit the Orange County website for more information.
The Village of Woodbury is located in the Town of Woodbury in southeastern Orange County, New York, approximately 45 miles northwest of New York City and 100 miles south of Albany. Incorporated in 2006, the Village is part of the greater New York metropolitan area and considered the Gateway to Orange County. The Village encompasses a mix of small-town, suburban and rural settings, and is home to two hamlets, Highland Mills and Central Valley. The Village of Woodbury is governed by an elected Village Board consisting of the Mayor and four Trustees. All Board members serve for two-year terms.
The Village of Woodbury was incorporated on August 28, 2006. The Village of Woodbury encompasses all of the land formerly comprising the Town of Woodbury except for that portion of the Village of Harriman located in the Town of Woodbury. The Village took over all zoning and planning functions from the Town of Woodbury on June 1, 2007. Town laws adopted prior to the incorporation of the new Village remain in effect for a period of two years or until the Village Board enacts its own legislation. As of August 2008, the Village has adopted with minor modifications the Town's Zoning Code.