Welcome To Our Town

The Town of Clinton is a picturesque and peaceful town in rural Dutchess County, NY.



What is the Natural Resources Inventory?

The Natural Resources Inventory (NRI) provides an important foundation for planners and decision-makers for many planning groups, including Towns. They can provide a basis for proactive planning and policies that consider community priorities like habitat connectivity, source water protection, and scenic views.

The NRI compiles and describes important, naturally occurring resources within a given locality (e.g., municipality, watershed, or region). Cultural resources, such as historic, scenic, and recreational resources, are often included in an NRI, as well. The inventory has two basic purposes: 1) to provide the building blocks for comprehensive land-use and conservation planning, and 2) to allow natural resource information to be included in local planning and zoning.

The Town of Clinton recognizes that greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from human activity are causing climate change, the consequences of which pose substantial risks to the future health and well-being of our community. To demonstrate its commitment to addressing the growing threat of climate change, in July 2017, Clinton became a registered Climate Smart Community by formally adopting the New York State Climate Smart Communities (CSC) pledge.

This GHG Inventory for Government Operations Report summarizes the GHG emissions from Clinton’s consumption of energy and materials within town-owned buildings, vehicle fleet, outdoor lighting, and other facilities. This data was generated from electric, heating oil, diesel, gasoline and propane bills for all Town-owned buildings and operations, as well as fuel records for the Clinton’s vehicle fleet. The GHG emissions for all local government operations are measured in metric tons of CO2 equivalents (MTCO2e) and were calculated using emissions factors by the US Energy Information Administration (EIA), US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the GHG Inventory Tool developed by Climate Action Associates (CAA), LLC’s.

Link: Town of Clinton – Green House Gas Inventory


Grievance Day 2024

This Year Property Tax Grievance Day will occur on Wednesday, May 29th, 2024 – From 4:00pm till 8:00pm.
It will be conducted at Town Campus in the Masonic Hall Building.

Please Note: Your RP-524 form must be received by 8:00pm on May 29th, 2024, to be considered by the BAR.

How it Works: Grievance Procedures for Property Taxes in New York State
Need an RP-524 Form? New York State Form RP-524

Town of Clinton – Annual Financial Report for YE 2023

Town Clerk’s Certification

Town of Clinton Annual Financial Report

2024 Tentative Assessment Roll:

2024-Tentative-Assessment-Roll-Clinton.pdf

2024 Certified Adopted Budget:

2024 CERTIFIED ADOPTED BUDGET

Town of Clinton Road-Stream Crossing Inventory & Management Plan

w/ Sean Carroll, CCEDC.

TO VIEW THE PRESENTATION:

DECEMBER 12, 2023:

Road-Stream Crossing Presentation 12.12.23


The Town of Clinton CAC and CSC are offering monthly tips for Living the Green Life.

Tips to Live the Green Life

The Town of Clinton CAC and Climate Smart Communities Task Force are pleased to share with Clinton residents monthly tips to incorporate into our daily habits that have a positive impact on our environment. For more information in general on living the green life as a friend of the environment, visit: https://dec.ny.gov/get-involved/living-green

For more information on the work of these Town committees visit the webpage: https://www.clintoncac.com/


DROP BOX IS LOCATED ON THE PORCH OF THE MASONIC HALL.

NO COURT-RELATED ITEMS MAY BE LEFT IN THE BOX.

Contact

Town of Clinton Town Hall:
1215 Centre Road (County Rte 18)
Rhinebeck, NY 12572

Mailing Address:
Town of Clinton
1215 Centre Road
Rhinebeck, NY 12572

Phone: 845-266-5853
Fax: 845-266-5932

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