The Village of Maybrook is located in Orange County, New York. The population is 3,570 (2017) and is 1.3 square miles in area. Our small town community boasts country living at its finest and a huge sense of camaraderie among its residents. Centrally located, it’s larger cities Middletown, NY and Newburgh, NY allow our residents the convenience of city amenities that may not be found in our rural setting.
What you will find in our community are neighbors who welcome new residents and tourist alike. The Village of Maybrook is an up and coming village in Orange County with new homes planned for future growth and vibrant parks and activities for young families. The Village of Maybrook was once a thriving railroad industry, known as Orange Junction, starting in 1888 until a fire destroyed the Poughkeepsie Bridge in 1974. Since that time, the Village has effectively floundered in terms of economic development. Mayor Dennis Leahy and the Village Board of Trustees have developed a plan and are working to address this economic stagnation by re-branding the Village as an outdoor recreational destination and re-developing the Downtown area into a vibrant village center for both residents, employees of the several new local businesses, and visitors to the region.
Whether you expect to be here for a short time or for the rest of your life, we hope you find the Village of Maybrook to be a friendly, caring and a supportive community where everyone is received warmly.
Maybrook is a small village with a lot of heart, proudly located in Hudson Valley, New York!