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Welcome to Wurtsboro, NY

...a small village built on big ambitions. Historically a gateway of industry and entertainment in Upstate New York, the Village of Wurtsboro remains the economic heart of the Town of Mamakating and one of Sullivan County’s most notable and storied communities.

For decades, Wurtsboro was one of Upstate New York’s major transportation hubs, traversed by the Delaware & Hudson Canal from 1850 to 1942, and later the Ontario & Western Railroad. As people and goods were shuttled to and from New York City, the village thrived, and shops and restaurants sprang up to accommodate visitors. In the mid to late twentieth century, Wurtsboro’s proximity to Route 17 made it a favorite stop for downstate urbanites bound for the popular resorts for which Sullivan County was then famous.

To this day, Wurtsboro’s storefronts draw traffic from across the Hudson Valley region, and as environmental stewardship becomes a priority for many, the village’s scenic parks, preserves, and hiking trails attract ecotourists from throughout the New York metropolitan area.

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ADWQ Report 2021: Wurtsboro AWQR 2021

ADWQ Report 2020: AWQR 2020 AWQR.2020 – Wurtsboro

Public Hearing

March 4, 2022

Public Hearing – CDBG Please clink on the link to read about the upcoming Public Hearing to be held regarding the Village of Wurtsboro and the submission of applications for

Village Board Meeting

December 23, 2021

The Village Board meetings are held the first Monday of every month at 7:00pm, in the Village Office. The meeting for January 2022 will be moved to the 2nd Monday,

Annual Holiday Lighting Contest

December 23, 2021

We are proud to announce the winners of our annual Village of Wurtsboro Holiday Lighting Contest 1st Place – Kevin Riker 2nd Place – John Heavey 3rd Place – Kevin

Bond Resolution Adoption

November 19, 2021

Bond Resolution Adoption

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