Hillsdale Toll GateTown History Like You’ve Never Seen or Heard It Before

The story of our community’s past is all around us: mysterious cemeteries, landmarks with Dutch-sounding names, a giant Civil War monument, stone walls that run for miles through forests, an abandoned toll gate, an old railroad line that’s getting a new lease on life, twentieth-century roads that cut through the backyards of nineteenth-century farms. Peter Cipkowski will be telling the story of Hillsdale’s history at the Roe Jan Library on Sunday, November 9 More here.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Where can I find a link to the Tax Assessment Roll?
A: The Assessment Roll can be found here

Q: When is the Hillsdale Transfer Station open?
A: Wednesday 7:30 am-12:00 noon and Saturday 7:30 am-4:00 pm.

Q: How do I apply for a building- or zoning-related permit?
A. Contact the Building Department or download.

Q: How do I obtain a NYS Hunting/Fishing License?
A:  For more information click here.

Q: How do I enroll to receive code red calls from Columbia County 911?
A: Sign up for alerts at this county website page.

Q: How do I get tax credits if I restore Historic District property?
A: Historic Hillsdale page is here.

Q: Where can I learn more about the sidewalks grant?
A:  It’s all here.

Q: Where can I find up-to-date info about emergencies?
A: Visit the Columbia County 911 Facebook page.

Q: Where’s the Hamlet Development Plan?
A:  Here’s the PPS plan.

Q: Can I get married in the Roeliff Jansen Park?
A: You bet. Click here.