The Dover Recreation Department is proud to provide you with our activity registration system and website. To get started please Create an Account with all your household information. The data provided - emergency contacts, medical information, etc., will help us better serve you. This info will also be automatically placed into your registration forms.
When you’re ready to start registering for activities, be sure to review the How to Register for an Activity page.
Recreation Office is located at Boyce Park Recreation Department, 6420 Rt. 55, Wingdale, NY 12594
Convenience Fee: There is a $3 min or 2.99 % convenience fee, whichever is higher, on your total balance at the end of your transaction. You will see two charges on your credit card statement. One for the program fee (Dover Recreation) and one for the processing fee (Registration Fee Payments). The town does not collect or keep the convenience fees. Credit card refunds will be given as an account credit. Convenience fees are not refundable.
Recreation Director: Julie MunceyOffice Phone: 845-832-9168
Fax Number: 845-832-3286
Covid-19 Vaccine Information
Seniors 75 years or older are eligible for vaccines starting this week. Please read below the following information. Visit www. dutchessny.gov/covidvaccine
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COVID-19 Vaccination Sites
New York State's COVID-19 Vaccination Hotline: 1-833-NYS-4-VAX (1-833-697-4829) open 7am-10pm, 7 days a week to schedule appointments for eligible individuals.
Sites in Poughkeepsie, Dover Plains to provide vaccine to current eligible groups, Published: 1/9/2021
For More Information Contact:Visit www.dutchessny.gov/covidvaccine
Poughkeepsie, NY …
Dutchess County Executive Marc
Molinaro today announced the County’s Department of Behavioral & Community Health (
DBCH) has established initial Point of Dispensing (POD) sites where the County will administer
COVID-19 vaccinations to eligible residents as vaccine is available. These sites will be open next week by appointment only from 10am to 4pm for eligible individuals in Phase 1a and 1b as determined by New York State's Phased Distribution Plan. Appointment availability is based on vaccine allocation expected to be provided by New York State.
Initial DBCH Points of Dispensing (PODs) will be operated at the following locations:
Wednesday, January 13th
Dutchess County Behavioral & Community Health – Mental Health Campus
230 North Road, Poughkeepsie
North Road Appointment Registration
Friday, January 15th
Former JCPenney store location
2001 South Road, Poughkeepsie
JCPenney Appointment Registration
Saturday, January 16th
Dover Middle/High School
2368 Route 22, Dover Plains
Dover Appointment Registration
Additionally, DBCH is partnering with Northern Dutchess Hospital for vaccinations to be available at the Health Annex at Northern Dutchess Hospital located at 107 Montgomery Street in Rhinebeck.
Registered individuals should be prepared to show identification (driver’s license, pay stub, work ID) to verify eligibility for Phase 1a and 1b classification.
Under New York State’s phased distribution process, individuals in Phase 1a are currently eligible for vaccinations. Phase 1a includes hospital staff, direct care providers and emergency responders.
Governor Cuomo announced late yesterday that individuals in Phase 1b are eligible for vaccination starting Monday, January 11th. Phase 1b includes:
People 75 and older
Teachers and education workers
Public safety workers
Public transit workers
County Executive Molinaro said, “Though New York State’s distribution of COVID-19 vaccine has been slow and sorely lacking, Dutchess County has planned for weeks how to best dispense the doses we do receive efficiently and effectively. The opening of these initial Points of Dispensing sites is the next step in ensuring eligible residents have access to this life-saving vaccine.”
Dutchess County’s PODs are in addition to current locations, including local hospitals, that are dispensing vaccine to eligible priority groups, and the expanded location network being established by New York State. Residents can utilize the State’s online Am I Eligible? tool to determine if they are currently eligible for vaccinations and, if eligible, will see a list of the various locations in the State’s network.
Current vaccine supply is very limited and Governor Cuomo announced on Friday that distribution to Phase 1a and 1b is expected to take 14 weeks based on current projected vaccine availability. Eligible residents should anticipate it may be several weeks before they can get an appointment as demand far exceeds supply.
County Executive Molinaro said, “Dutchess County stands ready to quickly dispense each and every dose of vaccine we receive into the arms of eligible residents. We encourage residents who are currently eligible to get vaccinated, and we urge patience as this process will take time due to limited vaccine availability. We must continue to all work together to stop the spread of coronavirus – so keep wearing a mask, washing those hands and physical distancing, then get vaccinated as it becomes available to you.”
What Dover Recreation is doing:
How you can help:
- Disinfecting door knobs, counter tops, sinks, and faucets throughout the day.
- Disinfecting equipment throughout the day.
- Placing hand sanitizers at the playground.
- Staying in constant contact with the Health Department.
- Enforcing social distancing and mask wearing.
The Playground are open. All restrictions and recommendations are posted. You will also find a hand sanitizing station attached to the outside of the Recreation Building facing the playground. Please use this often and make sure that there are no more than 50 children playing at the playground at one time. The Recreation Dept. will monitor the situation throughout the day when we are open. Please follow all signs posted. Children 2 years old and younger cannot wear masks.
- Wash hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use alcohol-based hand sanitizer
- Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands
- Avoid close contact with people who are sick
- Stay home when you are sick
- Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces
All fields are opened you may use them with your family and friends. Fields are open. No more than 50 children allowed on the fields at one time. Please follow all signage. Bathrooms are open in the Community Room. Because of COVID-19 only one bathroom can be open. Please read and follow all directions on the signs attached. There is a first Aid station there with Hand Sanitizing available. Bathrooms are cleaned 3 times during the day with disinfectant that kills germs. Please follow all signage.