County News, Features and News Releases
line image
 

Keeping You Informed...Keeping You Informed graphic

It’s important to keep you informed of County news and announcements that may affect your lives and businesses. This section of the website does just that.

Here you'll find County Executive news releases and public service announcements, as well as news from the County Clerk, County Legislature and the Department of Behavioral & Community Health- providing you with information about a broad range of current issues and events. You'll also find newsletters from the Office for the Aging to keep you informed about subjects and activities that are important to our senior citizens.

Public service announcements and radio spots highlight current issues within our county and offer you yet another source of information.  

Web feeds are available on our website for news content that changes frequently as well as public service announcements and radio spots.  You can subscribe to a specific Web/RSS feed by clicking on the RSS feed icon Web Feeds that appears next to the appropriate list title below.  Please note: RSS feeds must be viewed using a feed reader.  See Web Feed Help for more information.  For a complete list of Web/RSS feeds available on our website, see the Subscription Services webpage.




Headline News from the County Executive   RSS Feed Icon
(View all County Executive News Releases...)

  • May 31, 2017 -  Planning Federation Event Offers Communities Opportunity to ‘ThinkDIFFERENTLY’ on June 8th
         The event will be held at the Hudson Valley Community Center, located at 110 South Grand Avenue in the City of Poughkeepsie; admission is $5 per person, which includes dinner, and registration is available online. The program will consist of two sessions – the first hour focusing on how those with disabilities navigate through their environment each day, the second hour dedicated to learning how to ensure new projects are seamless in their accessibility for people of every ability.
     
       Read more...


  • May 25, 2017 -  Dutchess County to Participate in Statewide STOP-DWI Memorial Day Enforcement Effort
         Memorial Day week is historically a deadly period for impaired driving. Memorial Day weekend is the traditional beginning of summer, and there will also be countless parties and barbeques to celebrate graduations, proms, and more. This combination of factors equates to more people on the road in general and more people specifically driving impaired, with 13% more fatalities than on a non-holiday weekend.
     
       Read more...


Headline News from the County Legislature   RSS Feed Icon
(View all County Legislature News Releases...)

Headline News from the County Clerk   RSS Feed Icon
(View all County Clerk News Releases...)

Headline News from the Department of Behavioral & Community Health   RSS Feed Icon
(View all Dept. of Health News Releases...)

Headline News from the Department of Public Works   RSS Feed Icon
(View all Department of Public Works News Releases...)

Headline News from the Dutchess County Sheriff's Office   RSS Feed Icon
(View all County Sheriff's Office News Releases...)

  • June 1, 2017 -  Memorial Day Crackdown in Dutchess County Leads to 33 Impaired Driving Arrests
         These details were funded by the Governors Traffic Safety Committee and the NYS STOP-DWI Foundation which for the 4th year in  a row once again awarded the Dutchess County STOP-DWI Program a “Crackdown Enforcement Grant” for the 2016-2017 Crackdown periods.   The objective of this continued enforcement grant is to revitalize and enhance the visibility of the STOP-DWI Program through coordinated multi-agency impaired driving enforcement details targeting identified statewide crackdown periods.   They also include the assignment of certified Drug Recognition Experts (DRE) to aid in the identification and apprehension of drivers impaired by drugs other than alcohol. 
     
       Read more...


Office for the Aging - Newsletters ...

Go to top of page

 

Public Service Announcements and Radio Spots

Dutchess County and its departments provide many services to the public.  Through public service announcements and radio spots, we  try to make residents aware of these services and to diseminate important information about current topics.

Choose from the list below to get information in audio file format (ex. mp3) about various County services and issues that are both relevant and important.


Public Service Announcements, Radio Spots and Podcasts   RSS Feed Icon


    9/16/2010 - Protect Yourself From the Flu - Dr. Michael Caldwell, Commissioner of Health
Type: audio/mpeg   -   Length in bytes: 23530

This public service announcement gives important information about how you can protect yourself, your family, and your community from the flu.

        ~ Click HERE to read more information from the Department.

    11/17/2009 - Be Handicapped Parking Considerate - Dutchess County Handicapped Parking Education Program
Type: audio/mpeg   -   Length in bytes: 7250

Observing handicapped parking rules is not just being considerate - it's the law!  Listen to this public service announcement by the Dutchess County Handicapped Parking Education Program.

        ~ Click HERE to read more information from the Department.

    11/17/2008 - Helping with Stress During the Holiday Season - Dr. Kenneth Glatt, Commissioner of Mental Hygiene
Type: audio/mpeg   -   Length in bytes: 14110

Learn how the services provided by the Dutchess County Department of Mental Hygiene can help in dealing with stress during the holiday season in this public service announcement.

    11/2/2009 - Celebrate Veterans Appreciation Day - Nelson Eddy Rivera, Director of the Veterans Services
Type: audio/mpeg   -   Length in bytes: 1432576

This public service announcement shows how we honor our service men and women by celebrating Veterans Appreciation Day (2009).

        ~ Click HERE to read more information from the Department.

    11/17/2009 - Don't Blow It! A Message from Dutchess County STOP DWI
Type: audio/mpeg   -   Length in bytes: 14310

        ~ Click HERE to read more information from the Department.

Go to top of page


 

Accessibility

 

Listen button image Listen to webpage

 

Increase and decrease text size Change text size

 




- Home -   |   - Legal Statements -   |   - How to Use this Site -   |   - Contact Us -

    Last Updated: 6/1/2017