Town Clerk Special Office Hours:
September 18: 9am-3pm
September 19: 9am-3pm
September 25: 1pm-6pm
September 26: 1pm-6pm
October 4: 9am-3pm
October 5: 9am-3pm
Town Clerk is also available by appointment outside of these hours. Normal office hours resume 2nd week of October.

Town Board Meetings are the 2nd Thursday of the month at 7:00 PM, unless otherwise posted.

Please consider serving your Town on the Board of Assessment and Review,  Planning Board or the Zoning Board of Appeals. Contact Town Clerk for details.

Town of Hardenburgh



Wendy O’Reilly
Phone: 845-802-3144

Town Clerk/ Tax Collector

Wendy Buerge
Phone: 845-586-3135
Fax: 845-586-3135

Town Clerk/Tax Collector Office Hours:
Mondays and Tuesdays 9:00 am-2:00pm or by appointment

Highway Department Foreman

Kyle Brewer
Phone: 845-428-1319

Highway Bookkeeper

Heather Brewer

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Animal Control Officer

Vacant position. Please contact Town Clerk if interested.

Dog license applications are obtained by contacting the Town Clerk.


Cindy Hilbert
Phone:  845-586-2320
Fax: 845-586-3135

Assessor Office Hours:
By appointment only

Code Enforcement Officer

Karl VonHassel
Phone: 845-254-4340
Fax: 845-254-6005

Planning Board Chairman

Bill Scholl
Phone: 845-586-3849

Zoning Board of Appeals Chairperson

Debra Storms
Phone: 845-586-2610

Town Justice

Honorable Kenneth Williams 

Phone: 845-771-0138


Town Council

William Schluter
Phone: 845-586-2966

Sherry Shaver
Phone: 845-439-5243

Jake Fairbairn
Phone: 845-802-4099

Transfer Station

192 Alder Creek Road, Livingston Manor NY 12758

Household trash and recycling ONLY. For disposal of other items, please contact Town Clerk for information.

Wednesdays and Sundays: 12:00 pm-4:00 pm
Saturdays 9:00 am-11:00 am

About Hardenburgh, NY

Uniquely situated at the beginning of three different valleys — Dry Brook, Millbrook and Beaverkill — Hardenburgh’s terrain is a mix of vast woodlands, high mountains, clear lakes and dashing streams that beckon adventurers and nature lovers alike. Hiking, fishing, camping, biking, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are just a few of the activities visitors and locals enjoy.

Hardenburgh was established in 1859 from the Towns of Denning and Shandaken. Split into four zip codes, six hamlets and seven school districts, and divided nearly in half by Dry Brook Ridge mountain, the understated Town of fewer than 300 residents is home to the headwaters of the famous Beaver Kill trout stream and the 45-acre Alder Lake.

Town of Hardenburgh, NY

Hardenburgh Residents

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The 2023 Final Assessment Roll for the Town of Hardenburgh