Government: Village of Red Hook – Town of Red Hook – Dutchess County
Register to Vote: Dutchess County Board of Elections
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The mission of the Red Hook Central School District shall be to develop in its students the knowledge, intellectual integrity, and social consciousness to prepare them to accept the obligations and opportunities found in a complex society. The District seeks to provide a challenging educational environment that fosters and rewards the values of respect, responsibility, honesty, integrity, and community service in all its members.
Red Hook Area Chamber of Commerce
“Facilitating a Supportive Business Environment While Cultivating Relationships Among Members, Visitors and the Community”
The Red Hook Area Chamber of Commerce was established in 1960 and is operated by elected volunteer business members.
The Chamber was organized for the purpose of advancing the trade, commercial, industrial and civic interests of the Red Hook Area.
Historic Red Hook
HRH collects, cares for, and celebrates Red Hook’s past and future treasures:
• Stories, images and records of our people at work and play, of our farms, businesses, schools and churches.
• Records of memorable events, important journals, letters, maps and much more.
Red Hook Police Department
RHPD is very proud to have been selected to serve our community. We recognize the enormous trust and responsibility that has been placed in our hands and we strive to serve with the upmost degree of courtesy, professionalism, and integrity.
We are dedicated toward providing police services in and for our community not as passive responders, but instead as community members that are invested in the quality of life in Red Hook.
This community policing approach differs from the traditional policing model in that community policing focuses resources proactively on quality of life concerns and prevention strategies as opposed to reactively to reports of crimes and other disturbances already in progress.
Red Hook Fire Department
Red Hook Fire Company Inc. proudly protects 8,000 people living in an area of 25 square miles. We operate out of 1 station that protects a small business district as well as a large residential area.
The Company is a not for profit corporation whose members serve on a volunteer basis. It contracts to both the Village and Town of Red Hook. The Company was formed in the year 1919, and was incorporated in 1929.
Bard College Center for Civic Engagement
The Center for Civic Engagement at Bard College embodies the fundamental belief that education and civil society are inextricably linked. In an age of information overload, it is more important than ever that citizens be educated and trained to think critically and be actively engaged with issues affecting public life. Through its educational endeavors in the United States and abroad, CCE demonstrates a firm conviction that institutions of higher education can and should operate in the public interest.
CCE and the Bard network use their resources to develop vibrant and sustainable programs that tackle critical issues of education and public policy. With an entrepreneurial spirit and a sense of civic duty inspired by social consciousness, the Center for Civic Engagement creates and sustains reciprocal programs and relationships locally, nationally, and globally.
RHCC fosters inclusive community participation by providing an environmentally sound facility for arts, education, recreation, celebration, and locally based human services in order to increase opportunity for personal and collective growth in our community.
Red Hook Community Center is a private, non-profit organization supported by membership and donations.
Red Hook Equity Diversity and Inclusion – RHEDI
RHEDI is a community action group committed to addressing inequities while amplifying and supporting marginalized communities and the solutions they seek.
Look to RHEDI’s site for handy, all-in-one-place information on local government, services, and crisis resources.