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PB June 12, 2024 Meeting

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Please use the following link to watch the June 12, 2024 Planning Board Meeting.

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BOT June 5 2024

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Please use the following link to watch the June 5, 2024 Board of Trustees Special Meeting.

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BAR June 3 2024

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Please use the following link to watch the June 3, 2024 Board of Architecture Review Meeting.

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BOT May 28 2024

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Please use the following link to watch the May 28, 2024 Board of Trustees Special Meeting.

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From the Mayor's Desk

From The 

Mayor's Desk

 

MEMORIAL DAY 2024

As the silent sentinel old-growth trees lay fallen in our Village, it reminds us that on Memorial Day, we both mourn and honor the heroic men and women of the United States Armed Forces who have stood guard and fallen in defense of our Country. Their ultimate sacrifice provides us with the true cost of liberty and freedom. Today is the Day for a grateful nation to honor their lives and their service. May their memories be a Blessing.

Marc

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1886
Year Built 


Welcome! Tuxedo Park is an extraordinary place in which to live. The village was incorporated as a Village in 1952. In recognition of its historical and architectural significance, Tuxedo Park was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on March 13, 1980. 

3.22 sq mi
Total Area
There are about 330 houses in the Village of Tuxedo Park and two buildings with 13 apartments. Within the confines of the village are three lakes: Tuxedo Lake is the largest by far of the three and serves as the village reservoir, while the more minor Pond No. 3 and Wee Wah Lake serve as recreational bodies of water and backups to the reservoir. No swimming or powerboating is allowed in Tuxedo Lake to retain optimal water quality. The village covers 2,086 acres.
623
Population
Based on the 2019 US Census the population of the village is 623, up 22 people from the 2018 US Census of 601 people. We have 30+ village employees.