Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan Announces Re-Launch of Mobile County Government

Posted March 31, 2022

Ulster County re-launches its Mobile County Government Initiative on April 11th 

County Executive Ryan’s Mobile County Government Initiative brings resources to residents across five regions of Ulster County


KINGSTON, N.Y. - Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan announced today the re-launch of the county’s Mobile County Government Initiative after a hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The initiative takes County Government on the road and brings resources directly to residents twice a month through a 5-region approach to scheduling across Ulster County. Part of County Executive Ryan’s “Responsive and Responsible Government” initiative, Mobile County Government is a first of its kind program that improves access to essential government services while giving the County a better understanding of local concerns. 

“Through our Mobile County Government initiative, residents in every corner of Ulster County will have more direct access to critical services; we’re bringing government to you,” County Executive Pat Ryan said. “Ulster County is committed to meeting residents where they are. We know that access to vital services can be challenging based on where you live. This program will deliver critical services to the backyards of residents throughout Ulster County.”

The Spring 2022 5-Region Schedule is 10AM-3:30PM at the following dates and locations:

  • April 11th: Marlborough Highway/Water Department, 1650 Route 9W in Milton
  • May 6th: Shandaken Town Hall, 7209 Route 28 in Shandaken
  • May 26th: New Paltz Community Center, 3 Veterans Drive in New Paltz
  • June 8th: Warwarsing Town Hall, 108 Canal Street in Ellenville
  • June 24th: Shawangunk Town Hall, 14 Central Avenue in Wallkill

“As Supervisor of the Town of Marlborough, I'm happy to be the first Town to host the re-launch of Ulster County’s Mobile County Government. This is a convenient way for the public to access County services close to home. Having greater access to our local Government and its representatives is a win-win for the Town of Marlborough and its citizens,” Town of Marlborough Supervisor Scott Corcoran said. “ I hope everyone utilizes this convenient way of accessing County services. It will be a great addition to the already highly successful DMV mobile bus and a great example of local Government working for you.”  

Mobile County Government will provide services from the County Clerk’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) van.  In addition to vehicle registration and licenses, residents will have access to representatives from human service departments such as: 

  • Department of Social Services
  • Office for the Aging
  • Veterans Services
  • Office of Employment and Training
  • Office of Economic Development
  • Mobile Office Hours with the Exec’s Office

The seasonal 5-Region Schedule of upcoming Mobile County Government sessions will be shared on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @UlsterNY.