The Remsenburg Association is a non-profit community organization dedicated to the preservation of the charming qualities of our historic and bucolic little hamlet. The Association also seeks to build and enhance the sense of community of Remsenburg. All Remsenburg residents are welcome as members.
After much discussion among the board members, the board has determined that an important element of this goal is opposing changes in zoning that could lead to increased residential density in our hamlet.
The board is not against development per se be it affordable or workforce housing, but does believe that down zoning would lead to a fundamental change in the character of our community.
The Remsenburg Association was founded in 1946. The objectives of the Association were to preserve the hamlet “as a quiet, rural community” and discourage “any new, industrial, trade or business purpose, other than agricultural”. The Association seeks to facilitate social interaction and harmony amongst its residents, preserve and foster the beautification and rural charm of the community, and act as an advocate for the safety of and issues of concern to its citizens. A volunteer committee of residents who love the community have selected programs each year that appeal to a variety of interests.
The Remsenburg Association publishes a weekly Newsletter through much of the year, that is distributed by email. If you are interested in receiving the RA Weekly Newsletter please send us your name , and contact information via the "contact us" page on this website.
If you are a resident of Remsenburg, we would like to strongly encourage you to join the Remsenburg Association as a means of supporting and promoting our community.
The Remsenburg Association Board of Governors