Marion Vincent Hunter

Marion Vincent Hunter

100 Years Ago

Ron Vincent recently donated historic photographs, old post cards, and more than a few documents to the Roeliff Jansen Historical Society. The photographs were taken by Ron’s grandfather, Palmer Vincent (1882-1965), who lived in a house that once stood on Route 23 between the Mount Washington House and the Hillsdale Public Library. Palmer was Hillsdale’s chief railway postal clerk for 40 years and also served as the Town Historian. You can view some of the wonderful photographs from the Vincent collection 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.