Town of Highland. Barryville, Eldred, Highland Lake, Minisink Ford and Yulan.
Eldred, NY a hamlet of the Town of Highland, NY. Eldred is the location of the Town of Highland's Town Hall.

Upper Delaware CouncilTown Clerk of Highland

 

The Town of Highland is an active participating member of the Upper Delaware Council (UDC).

Regular committee meetings take place throughout the month. As a participating member of the Upper Delaware Council, we have committed to be in substantial compliance with the River Management Plan Guidelines. The River Management Plan of the Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River can be accessed at the websites for the Upper Delaware Council and the National Park Service, so that everyone may become familiar with it, particularly the Town Board, Planning Board, Zoning Board of Appeals, land developers and river users.

The UDC meetings

The first Thursday of each month at the UDC office in Narrowsburg at 7:00 P.M.

Upper Delaware Council
211 Bridge Street
P.O. Box 192
Narrowsburg, NY 12764

info@upperdelawarecouncil.org
tel: 845-252-3022

Represenatives

Andrew Boyar, Town of Highland Supervisor
845-557-8901
HighlandSupervisor@hvc.rr.com

Debra Conway, Alternative Delegate
debbieconway3399@hotmail.com

 

Publications

 

Upper Delaware River Management PlanUpper Delaware River Management Plan
The Final River Management Plan, dated November 1986, for the Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River is available as a pdf file on-line at the National Park Service Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River website. (Note that the pdf file is 221 pages and 19.9 MB in size, so it may take awhile to download.)

For a pdf copy of the Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River Final River Management Plan, dated November 1986, on a CD, please contact the UDC office by phone at 845-252-3022 or email.

 

 

Deign HandbookDesign Handbook
The Design Handbook, was originally printed in 1990 and was recently updated in 2014. The handbook is based on a set of federal guidelines, the Upper Delaware Land and Water Use Guidelines (often referred to as only Guidelines), that apply within the river corridor. It explains these technical guidelines using plain English and lots of illustrations. But the Land and Water Use Guidelines remain the definitive source and we recommend that you refer to pages 114-134 of the Final River Management Plan. (Note that contact information in the Handbook may be outdated.)

 

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