The City of Kingston, NY

    Welcome to the City of Kingston, NY

    Kingston, dating to the arrival of the Dutch in 1652, is a vibrant city with rich history and architecture, was the state's first capital, and a thriving arts community. City Hall is in the heart of the community at 420 Broadway, and is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., except July & August (9 a.m. to 4 p.m.).  Come tour our historic City, with restaurants that are among the region's finest, and local shopping that promises unique finds.

    Historic Churches

    Kingston is home to many historic churches. The oldest church still standing is the First Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Kingston which was organized in 1659. Referred to as The Old Dutch Church, it is located in Uptown Kingston. Many of the city's historic churches populate Wurts street (6 in one block) among them Hudson Valley Wedding Chapel is a recently restored church built in 1867 and now a chapel hosting weddings. Another church in the Rondout is located at 72 Spring Street. Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church was founded in 1849. The original church building at the corner of Hunter Street and Ravine Street burned to the ground in the late 1850s. The current church on Spring Street was built in 1874.

    Kingston, NY

    Kingston became New York's first capital in 1777, and was burned by the British on October 13, 1777, after the Battles of Saratoga. In the 19th century, the city became an important transport hub after the discovery of natural cement in the region, and had both railroad and canal connections.

    Kingston, NY

    The town of Rondout, New York, now a part of the city of Kingston, became an important freight hub for the transportation of coal from Honesdale, Pennsylvania to New York City through the Delaware and Hudson Canal. This hub was later used to transport other goods, including bluestone. Kingston shaped and shipped most of the bluestone made to create the sidewalks of New York City.

     

    Contact Us

    City Hall Address:
    420 Broadway
    Kingston, New York
    12401

    Phone:
    (845) 331-0080
    Email:
    [email protected]

     

    City of Kingston Paving

    Mayor Steven T. Noble and the Department of Public Works are pleased to announce the next round of paving will be Wilbur Avenue from Greenkill Avenue to Abeel Street. Milling and paving are planned for Monday, November 7 through Friday, November 11, 2022. 

     Weekly roadwork updates can be found here: https://kingston-ny.gov/news/?FeedID=1601

      

    2022 Paving

    Albany Avenue  

    Abeel Street from Dunn Street to the City line

    Arlmont Street

    Beckett Court

    Clifton Avenue

    Colfax Place 

    East O'Reilly from Hasbrouck to Broadway

    Garden Street from Foxhall to Hasbrouck

    Harding Avenue 

    Hasbrouck Place 

    Highland Ave.

    Hillcrest Avenue

    Hillsworth Avenue

    Intersection at Flatbush Avenue, East Chester, and 9-W

    Lindsley Avenue 

    Prince Street

    Van Buren Street

    Walnut St. 

    Washington Avenue from Schwenk Drive to Lucas Ave.

    West O'Reilly Street (Broadway to Marys Ave) 

    Wilbur Avenue

    York Place

     

     

    Potholes

    To report a pothole, please call 311 or use the Kingston 311 app.


     

    Washington Avenue Paving

    Washington Avenue from Lucas Ave to Route 32 was paved on Thursday, August 15, 2019.

    Thank you to the Towns of Ulster, Esopus and Kingston for their assistance in the City of Kingston's major paving projects - we appreciate our partners in shared services!

     

     

    Hurley Avenue Revitalization Project

    The Hurley Avenue Revitalization Project, which included paving Hurley Ave from Washington Ave to the Town of Ulster line, was completed in November 2019. 

    More information on the project at: https://kingston-ny.gov/hurleyave

    Completed paving on Hurley Ave

     

    Foxhall Avenue 

    The City of Kingston is pleased to announce that restoration of Foxhall Avenue from Hasbrouck to Flatbush has been completed.

    News about future Foxhall Ave improvements: 

    The City of Kingston received a $3.6 million grant for the Safe and Accessible Flatbush and Foxhall Project, which will fund sidewalk and streetscape improvements from Colonial Gardens, where nearly 800 residents live, on Flatbush Avenue and along Foxhall Avenue to Broadway. The project will connect adjacent neighborhoods, commercial areas, a public pre-K school, and essential services. The grant will make this oft-traveled route ADA accessible, correct the intermittent and broken sidewalk network, and create bicycle infrastructure.

    In addition, two intersections and two railroad crossings that are greatly in need of improvement will get upgrades for pedestrian safety.

    This project has also been funded in part by the Climate Smart Community Grant Program, Title 15 of the Environmental Protection Fund through the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.

     Construction is expected to begin in 2023.

    More at: https://kingston-ny.gov/news/?FeedID=917

     

    Broadway Streetscape Project

    The Broadway Streetscape Project is a complete overhaul for the Broadway corridor between St. James and Grand Streets. The goal of the project is to improve traffic flow and safety for all street users including vehicles, pedestrians and bicyclists. The Broadway Streetscape Project enhances the overall aesthetics of Broadway with new sidewalks, lighting, street furniture, bicycle facilities along with trees, shrubs, plants and bioswales. And brand new paving!

    The Broadway Streetscape Project construction began in Spring 2020 and is fully completed.

    More info at: https://www.kingston-ny.gov/broadwaystreetscapeproject


     

    Paving Newsfeed

    Read the weekly roadwork update here.

    October 14, 2022: October Paving Projects Announced

    August 31, 2022: September Paving Projects Announced

    August 29, 2022: Wilbur Ave Paving Project to Begin in September

    August 5, 2022: August Paving + Additional Funding for Paving

    July 8, 2022: Next Round of 2022 Paving Announced

    June 15, 2022: City of Kingston Announces Next Round of Paving

    May 31, 2022: Kingston Announces Second Round of Paving 2022

    May 12, 2022: City of Kingston Announces First Paving of 2022

    July 28, 2021: City of Kingston Announces Round 4 Paving

    July 1, 2021: City of Kingston Announces Round 3 Paving

    May 19, 2021: City of Kingston Announces Round 2: Pearl Street

    April 20, 2021: 2021 Paving Budget and First Round of Paving Announced

    September 29, 2020: City of Kingston Announces Paving of Boulevard/Route 32

    August 3, 2020: Round Three of Paving Announced

    July 14, 2020: Round Two of Paving Announced

    May 5, 2020: City of Kingston and DPW Announce First Round of Paving in 2020

    October 9, 2019: City of Kingston & DPW Announce Foxhall Paving Completion

    September 30, 2019: Hurley Avenue Revitalization Project Starting October 1

    September 6, 2019: City of Kingston and DPW Announces Next Round of Paving: Foxhall Ave and Grand St.

    August 22, 2019: Next Round of Paving in 2019 Announced

    August 6, 2019: City of Kingston Announces Next Round of Paving Projects

    July 17, 2019: The City of Kingston’s DPW Announces Third Round of Paving of 2019

    June 4, 2019: Department of Public Works Announces Next Round of Paving

    April 26, 2019: The City of Kingston's DPW to Begin Paving and Patching City Streets

     

     

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Q.: What factors go into deciding which streets are paved? 

    A.: Many factors are considered when choosing the next streets for paving. We look at the traffic volume and usage; the age of the road; infrastructure issues that need to be addressed beforehand (such as drainage and other underground utilities); and whether other roadwork is planned in the area. 

     

    Q.: If Central Hudson is working on my property and I have questions or complaints, who can I contact? 

    A.: The contact for gas line replacement work at Central Hudson is Stefanie Pola, 845-240-3688

     

    Q.: Who can I contact to report a pothole?

    A.: You can contact the Department of Public Works (845-331-0682) or create a service ticket via Kingston311

     

    Previously Paved Streets

    2021: 

    Linderman Avenue from Washington Ave to Twin Ponds Drive

    Navara Street

    Abeel Street from Wilbur Ave to Hudson St. 

    McEntee Street from Broadway to West Pierpont

    Hunter Street from Wurts to Ravine

    Washington Ave from Hurley Ave to the bridge over Esopus Creek

    Gill Street from Yeoman Street to East Strand Street

    Catherine Street from Gill Street to Sycamore Street

    East Strand Street from Abruyn Street to trolley tracks

    Pearl Street from Clinton Avenue to Johnston Avenue

    Merilina Avenue

    Boulder Avenue

    Plymouth Avenue

     

    2020:

    Boulevard/Route 32 from the City Line to Greenkill Avenue

    Green Street from North Front Street to St. James Street.

    Emerson Street from Pearl Street to Lucas Avenue

    Lafayette Avenue from Main Street to Lucas Avenue 

    Tremper Ave. from Albany Ave. to Elmendorf St.

    Elmendorf St. from Tremper to Broadway

    Clinton Ave. from Maiden to Franklin St.

    Tietjen Ave.

    Teller St.

    Deyo St.

    Colonial Dr.

    Sheehan Ct.

    Stuyvesant Dr.

     

    2019: 

    Trenton Street off of Andrew St.

    Jervis Street off of Andrew St.

    Brewster Street (partial)

    Peter Street

    Augusta from Andrew St to the dead-end

    Newkirk Avenue

    Hanratty Street

    Delaware Ave from Corporate Drive to the intersection of 9-W

    Hasbrouck Ave from Delaware Ave to East Chester St.

    South Washington Avenue from Boulevard to dead-end

    Petit Avenue

    Klingburg Avenue from Boulevard to dead-end

    Condie Street from Albert to Route 32

    Wilbur Avenue near the Sewer Annex and additional sections near Chapel St.

    Broadway under the CSX Overpass

    Washington Avenue from Route 32 (Boulevard) to Lucas Ave.

    Apple Street

    Snyder Ave

    Coffey Place

    Taylor Street

    Shamrock Lane

    Foxhall Avenue from Flatbush to Stephan Street

    Grand Street from Smith Avenue to Foxhall

    Cornell Street from Progress Street to Foxhall

    Hurley Avenue from Washington Ave to the Town of Ulster line

    Foxhall Avenue from Hasbrouck to Flatbush

    Pine Grove Ave from Broadway to Susan St.

    Summer Street

    Susan Street 

    S. Sterling St. 

    Valley St.

     

    2018:

    First Avenue (Delaware to Larch)

    Second Avenue (Delaware to Larch)

    Third Avenue

    Crane Street (Walnut to Delaware) 

    Jansen Ave (O'Reilly to Prince) 

    Larch Street 

    Madison Ave.

    Smith Ave. (Garden St to Prince St.)

    South Pine St.

    Wilson Ave. 

    Winchell Ave. 

    Wrentham St.

    Yeoman St.

     

    2017:

    Browning Terrace

    Conway Place

    Crown Street

    Derrenbacher Street

    East Chester Street Extension

    Fort Street

    Furnace Street (Franklin to Henry Street) 

    Hewitt Place

    Kingston Terrace (E. Chester St to dead-end)

    Linsley Ave. 

    Lisa Lane

    Main Street (Wall St. to Washington Ave) 

    Manor Place (Roosevelt Ave to Wilson Ave.)

    Schryver Court

    S. Farrelly Street

    Tammany Street

     

    2016:

    First Avenue (Larch St to Town of Ulster line) 

    Second Ave (Larch St to Kingston St.)

    Fourth Ave.

    Clifton Ave. (Park St. to Highland)

    Clinton Ave. (Pearl to N. Front St.)

    Gage St.

    Kingston St.

    North Wilbur St.

    Park St.

    Rock St./Roundout St.

    South Clinton Ave. 

    South Prospect St.

    Ulster St.

    Warren St.

    W. Chestnut Street (Broadway to Orchard St.)

     

     

    Contacts for paving questions:

    Dept. of Public Works - 331-0682

    DPW Dispatch - 338-2114

    Communication & Community Engagement - 334-3945

    Central Hudson contact- 249-5797