Office of the Ulster County Executive

Ulster County Executive, Michael P. Hein
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Mike Hein

Welcome to the home page of the Ulster County Executive. This is your government and I want to make it accessible to you. The passage of the Charter by the people of Ulster County created the elected office of County Executive, a post with the responsibility and authority to lead our government. I am humbled and honored that you have chosen me to serve as the first County Executive.

As your County Executive, I will continue to work to deliver a county government that is lean, effective, smart, and fully accountable to the people. I will continue to provide a single, strong clear voice that represents your interests across all levels of government. I will continue to reach out to businesses and help them grow. I will continue to work...

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  • Posted: September 13, 2016
    Ulster County To Host First National Drive Electric Week Event
  • Posted: September 8, 2016
    Kingston, NY – County Executive Mike Hein is pleased to announce that the 7th annual Ulster County Creek Week will be held from September 10th through September 24th this year.  Creek Week is a tribute to the abundance and diversity of Ulster County’s water resources. Events during Creek Week include nature walks, kayak/canoe tours, creek clean-ups and volunteer work days, local history talks, forums and courses on environmental issues, and more.
  • Posted: September 7, 2016
    Kingston, NY – September is National Preparedness Month (NPM) and Ulster County Executive Mike Hein has announced the County’s continued support for this important initiative. This event, now in its thirteenth year, is a nationwide, month-long effort started by the Ready Campaign, encouraging households, businesses and communities to prepare and plan for emergencies.  The 2016 National Preparedness Month theme is a continuation of last year’s theme “Don’t Wait. Communicate.