Welcome to Palatine Bridge, NY

The Village of Palatine Bridge is located in Montgomery County, New York. The area was first settled by the Mohawk “people of the flint” Nation of the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Confederacy.

Incorporated in 1867, Palatine Bridge gets its name from the Palatine Germans that settled the area beginning in 1723 as well as the bridge that was built across the Mohawk River in 1798.

The Frey House, Palatine Bridge Freight House, and Webster Wagner House are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 2019 most of the developed portion of the village was listed on the Register as the Palatine Bridge Historic District.

“The Village of Palatine Bridge has a variety of places located on the historic registry and is located along the Mohawk River which provides a serene and beautiful landscape for our residents. We look forward to engaging with MVEDD and USDA-RD to better understand ways in which we can further enhance our community.”

Explore Palatine Bridge

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  • Village of Palatine Bridge

    The Village of Palatine Bridge website has information on village government, services, contact information and more.

  • Village of Palatine Bridge Boards

    Board of Trustees: Mayor Jim Post, Trustees Sue Barker, Aaron Rorick, Peter Briele, Sarah Davidson

    Planning: Chairman Mike Kelly, Members Richard Euler, Carol Shineman, Gary Oeser

    Zoning: Joe Falsarella, Annette Rorick and Bobbie Cauwenburghs

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