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Gas Projects » Central Hudson » Gas Projects

Improving Safety & Reliability

Scheduled Work

Major projects in 2019 will be undertaken at the following locations. Click links for detailed information about each project.

Poughkeepsie
Raymond-Main | Map
W Haight Ave

City of Kingston
Broadway | Map
CornellMap
Cornell-Foxhall
Foxhall-Grand
Green-Pearl
Hurley
Highland
Trenton-Jervis-Brewster

City of Newburgh

East | Map
East Newburgh
Montgomery
Renwick-Colden

City of Poughkeepsie
Whittier-Wilmot-Thornwood

Highland Falls
Main-Drew-Parry-Homestead-Evergreen

Village of Cornwall

South | Map
Grandview | Map

Village of Wappingers Falls
E Academy
Goring Place
W Academy

Weekly Update of Projects

Central Hudson is meeting with municipal officials, reaching out to residents by mail and in person, and holding open houses to offer more information.


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Think You Smell Gas? 
Let Us Know.

LET US KNOW by calling the gas odor hotline at 800-942-8274. Or, call 9-1-1.
This 800 number can only be used to report gas leaks. For more information, click here.

Central Hudson continues to replace select natural gas mains (which run along roads and streets) and service lines (which connect to individual homes, apartment buildings and businesses) that are comprised of cast iron and steel in communities throughout the Mid-Hudson Valley as part of an initiative to address aging infrastructure.

Many of the pipelines being replaced were installed prior to 1950. While these types of lines are regularly addressed as a part of Central Hudson's annual maintenance program, these replacements are now accelerated as approved and required by state regulators. 

This year, Central Hudson plans to replace more than 15 miles of pipeline with new polyethylene mains and services, which is extremely durable and less susceptible to environmental conditions. Similar plans to replace gas mains are anticipated to continue across the region through 2021 and potentially later.

The graphic below explains this process, in general, while the column to the right provides links to town- and timeline-specific information.

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Gas pipeline replacement graphic