Town of Cortland, NY

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  • Town of Cortlandt Summer Concert Series Video Last Concert of the Summer
  • A letter To Our Residents - Supervisor Linda Puglisi
  • Jop Opening- Town of Cortlandt Youth Center (PT)
  • August 2015 Town Board Meeting Video
  • Summer Concert Series Video Concert #4 Video
  • August 18 2015 Town Board Agenda
  • Cortlandt Veteran elected as National Senior Vice Commander of the MOPH
  • 10th Annual Cortlandt Family Fun Day
  • 5K Road Race
  • Correction on Family Fun Day Raindate
  • First Responders Golf Outing
  • August 2015 Planning Board Meeting Video
  • FDR VA Hospital Pool
  • Flags lowered to half staff
  • July 21 2015 Town Board Agenda


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    Welcome to the Town of Cortlandt Official site. Cortlandt, New York is located in the northwestern corner of Westchester County. With a population of almost 40,000 citizens Cortlandt includes two incorporated villages, Croton-on-Hudson and Buchanan and several hamlets including Montrose, Crugers and Verplanck. The Hudson River, the New York City Watershed Lands, numerous wooded hills and steep slopes, wetland areas and streams define the suburban character of the Town.

    Cortlandt has emphasized attention to our children, taxes, the environment, and quality of life.  It is an hour's drive to both a Broadway play and a Catskill salmon stream.....And it is a wonderful place to live and work!

    more detailed overview of our town is available.



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    2015 Summer Recreation Program Brochure

    Sports Sign Up - Background Checks


    Search Public Registry of Sex Offenders

    2015 Tentaive Roll

    Stormwater

    Permits, Certificates, Licenses

    Affordable Housing

    Fire Dept. legal Notices

    Cortlandt Heating Oil Program, CHOP

    Historic Hudson River Towns


    Water Quality Report





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