Town Supervisor Andy Stewart
Term of Office: January 1, 2016 - December 31, 2017 (3rd Term)

Andy Stewart

Tour Booklet 

Tour Flyer

State of the Town Speeches:

Stewart State of the Town Speech January 6, 2015

Stewart State of the Town Speech January 7, 2014

Stewart State of the Town Speech January 2, 2013

Supervisor Stewart's Articles & Letters About The Town

Nyack Villager March 2014 local media

Nyack Villager November 2013 local elections

Nyack Villager Sept 2013 Camp Shanks

Nyack Villager October 2012 Town Infrastructure

Nyack Villager November 2012 Town Budget Dear Editor

Our Town Budget 11-19-12

Nyack Villager December 2012 Hurricane Sandy

Nyack Villager January 2013 Your Town Money Voice

Nyack Villager February 2013 Day in Life of Town Hall

Nyack Villager April 2013, Earth Day

Recent Town Emails 

Black Bears in Orangetown

Historic Lent House Demolition

Construction Around Town

Town Hall Open as a Warming Center

Happy Holidays From Orangetown & Other Updates

Supervisor's Update: Anellotech Facility

Orangetown Celebrates Veterans Day

Budget Public Hearing & Election Day

Supervisor's Budget Update

Orangetown Remembers 9/11/2001

Hate Crime in Pearl River

Fireworks, Flooding, & Heat Advisory

Other Items

RPC Redevelopment Plan Draft 1-24-2013

March, 2013 Declared Irish Cultural Heritage Month

Agenda and Survey for Business Roundtable



Andy Stewart was elected as Orangetown Supervisor in November, 2011, re-elected to a third 2-year term in 2015. Prior to serving as Supervisor, Stewart was CEO of Keep Rockland Beautiful for ten years, leading community cleanup, beautification and educational efforts. Stewart worked closely with volunteer groups, schools, highway, building, and health departments to reduce blight and promote quality of life and environmental awareness. His work removing several wrecked cars from the Sparkill Creek on Clausland Mountain, was featured in an episode of a reality TV series.

As Supervisor, Stewart has focused his efforts on fiscal responsibility, promotion of economic development, and protection of quality of life. He has held the town budget under the NYS tax cap in each of his first three years as Supervisor, and has successfully brought the spiraling deficits at Broadacres Golf Course under control by persuading the Town Board to lease the facility to an private management company, Applied Golf.

Under Andy’s leadership, Orangetown’s economy is growing, and the town is attracting new businesses. After years of delay, the first part of Orangeburg Commons was completed in 2013, including the opening of the Stop & Shop supermarket and Marriott hotel. Andy led efforts to open the Bloomberg and the Ramland Road datacenters, and supports these low-impact, high tax-paying commercial developments.

Andy knows that economic development must not come at the expense of our quality of life. He rejected attempts to “downzone” residential land in Blauvelt for an industrial project that belonged elsewhere, and he opposed the controversial Anellotech and “Hillside” projects in Pearl River. He has given the public has easy access to all relevant documents from these applications on the town’s website.

Born and raised in New Hampshire, Stewart graduated from Wesleyan University where he met his wife, Rachel Grob, a Rockland native. They moved to the Nyack area over twenty years ago to raise a family and now have two children, Jonah and Talia, a rescue dog named Choco, and a cat.

Stewart served on the Orangetown Planning Board, participated in Leadership Rockland and the Pace University Land Use Leadership Alliance, chaired the Rockland County Water Quality Committee, and won the Journal News “40 Under 40 Award".

During the 1990s, Stewart completed field research on park management in Central America, earned a PhD in geography from Rutgers and taught environmental policy classes at Vassar, Bard, Ramapo and other area colleges.

In addition to serving as Town Supervisor, Stewart acts as liaison for the Town Board to the Parks Committee and the Environmental Committee. He is also a member of the Blauvelt Lions Club, the Nyack NAACP, the Nyack Boat Club, and the Sparkill Watershed Alliance, has coached youth soccer, and served on the Nyack Parking Authority, among other activities.

Stewart's hobbies include sailing, brewing beer, hiking, jogging, playing ping pong and reading the news and poetry.

Contact Information

TOWN HALL: 26 Orangeburg Rd, Orangeburg, NY 10962

PHONE: 845-359-5100 x2261

FAX: 845-359-2623