Village Water Department - Village of Rhinebeck
Rhinebeck water comes from surface water in the Hudson River and is pumped into a state-of-the-art water treatment plant owned and operated by the Village of Rhinebeck under the continuous supervision of the Dutchess County Department of Health and the New York State Health Department. Annual water reports are published and sent to all customers detailing extensive testing and compliance with Health Department Standards on a daily and cumulative reporting schedule.
Rhinebeck’s water has met all health standards for the past 10 years. Rhinebeck Village Water is certifiably clean and pure by NY State Health standards. Residents are billed by section on a quarterly basis. Senior discounts are available. Commercial accounts are billed monthly. Some town residents and commercial customers pay an allowable "out of district" fee as per New York State law.
|Water Department Personnel||Office/Position||Phone|
of Public Works
845-264-5247 (EMERGENCY ONLY)
|Thomas Wallbank||Chief Water Treatment Plant Operator, Grade II||845-242-8469||Water@villageofrhinebeckny.gov|
|Justin Drabick||Water Treatment Plant Operator, Grade II|
|Anthony Fata||Water Treatment Plant Operator, Grade II|
|Bryan Alix||Water Treatment Plant Operator, Trainee|
|Karen McLaughlin||Water Clerk||845-876-7015||KMcLaughlin@villageofrhinebeckny.gov|
Office Hours: 9:00am-4:00pm Mon.-Fri. (closed holidays)