The Town Board unanimously adopted the Town of Keene 2021 Strategic Plan at the June 8th Board meeting. Adoption of the plan does not mean that every recommendation will now be enacted, rather it signals a commitment by the Board to examine each set of recommendations and commit to working on the 5 areas outlined in the report; Seniors and Health Care, Childcare, Achievable Housing, Short Term Rentals and Hiker Parking and Recreation. Town of Keene Strategic Plan
Join your fellow young anglers at this year's Keene Youth Fishing Derby on June 5th at the Bark Eater Inn in Keene. Checkin starts at 9:30 AM; the event will start at 10 AM and ends at noon.
Community Master Planning Q&A Join us at the Keene Community Center Pavilion! April 26 at 5:00 pm Focus: Achievable Housing and Hiker Parking May 3 at 6:00 pm Focus: Short Term Rentals, Seniors/Health, Child Care Read the Plan here.
Town of Keene Dog Licensing In New York State, including the Town of Keene, every dog 4 months of age or older is required to be licensed. Owners must apply for a license with the Town Clerk at the Town Hall. The information needed to receive a license is the owner's home address, the dog's name, breed information, spay or neuter information, and current rabies vaccination information. The annual fee is $6.00 for a spayed or neutered dog, and $13.00 for an unaltered dog, and may be paid by cash or check. You will be issued a license tag unique to [...]
Time for a #COVIDvaccine? Do you need to register for an appointment? This may seem complicated and technical but help is here. Keene Valley Library will assist you in the registration process in person (with safety measures in place) or by phone. We have the computers and volunteers to work with you. For help, please don’t hesitate to call. Call 518-576-4335 for help. Or email email@example.com.
To reduce Covid-19 health risks associated with crowding, the Town of Keene is prohibiting spill-over hiker parking on some local streets during the public health crisis. Parking on Johns Brook, Market and Adirondack Streets in Keene Valley will be limited to local residents beginning Friday, April 24. Direct access to the Garden, which is the jumping off point for major trails into the Johns Brook Valley and the Great Range, will remain open for local hikers and visitors. Once the 45-car lot is full, spill-over parking will not be permitted. Signs and traffic barricades will mark where it is illegal to park. Violators will be towed. Keene, along with New York State, ADK (Adirondack Mountain Club) and the Adirondack 46ers, is working to reduce health risks for residents and visitors, and [...]