Alright Hudson Valley, it's time to use your keen eyes and creative expertise! A Fishkill, New York organization needs you to help select their new logo.

Keep Fishkill Beautiful

Keep Fishkill Beautiful works to remind those who work, live in, and live near Fishkill that their voice matters. Their website states, "We share schools, roads, businesses, and backyards." Whether you are in Fishkill, Beacon, Wappingers, and Hopewell, they encourage you to be active in preserving the local community. They express that you shouldn't be intimidated by arguments that presume to minimize your concern because you live in one area or another. Community issues do not stop at one particular street.

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Keep Fishkill Beautiful is committed to finding the balance of the needs of business and industry alongside the need for open space and a respect for history. The team with Keep Fishkill Beautiful is made up of dedicated volunteers and members of the community who have lived, worked, owned businesses and raised families together. With a diverse community made up of individuals from all walks of life, Fishkill is full of quaint shops, restaurants sidewalks and tree-lined streets.

Keep Fishkill Beautiful Holds Logo Contest


Keep Fishkill Beautiful is asking the public to choose one of the four logos above to be the new Keep Fishkill Beautiful logo. You can vote for your favorite by going to the Facebook post above and commenting which logo is your favorite! Which logo above is your favorite?

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