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Beacon City Court

Phone 845-431-1900; old # 838-5030
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Mailing Address Beacon City Court
One Municipal Plaza, Suite 2, Beacon, NY 12508
Attorney Advertisement Angela Zagreda (914) 946-4900
Street Address One Municipal Plaza, Beacon, NY 12508
Fax (845) 838-5041
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City Court is in the Beacon City Municipal Building which also houses City Hall and Beacon Police Department. They get some traffic cases from I-84, but probably not that many.
About the area
Beacon sits on the east bank of the Hudson River. The Newburgh-Beacon Bridge connects I-84 travelers to Newburgh on the west bank of the Hudson. Just east of Beacon is Mt. Beacon, where during the American Revolution, signal fires were lit to warn of the invading British. This beacon gave the city its name.
Hours of Operation 8:30-4:30pm M-F; bonus Tues - half past five.
Hon. Timothy Pagones and Hon. Rebecca Mensch, last we heard.
Dutchess County DA prosecutes criminal cases.
Type Of Cases Dog cases, town codes, small claims, civil, traffic/dui, criminal cases.
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Old Comments about Beacon City Court (hide)

Aug 16 2011 23:48:21: New Number: 845-431-1900
Feb 24 2009 23:43:55: "signal fires were lit to warn"