Current & Upcoming Projects
The Town of Greenburgh engaged Provident Design Engineering (PDE) to review the busy Fort Hill Road and Ardsley Road intersection and make recommendations to improve the safety at this intersection for both pedestrians and drivers. More detailed information can be found by clicking here or the link above.
Due to concerns of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) the meeting to present the revised report is postponed until further notice. Please consider signing up for the Town Alert Notification option on our web to be alerted of Town events. You can sign up here.
In October 2018, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) awarded the Town of Greenburgh $59,280 for a comprehensive street tree inventory and management plan. The Town subsequently contracted with consultant Davey Resource Group to conduct the tree inventory and assist the Town in creating a multi-year management plan. Working with the Department of Community Development and Conservation and Department of Public Works, Davey Resource Group finalized the Tree Inventory in May 2020 and prepared the final copy of the Community Forest Management Plan in October 2020.
More detailed information can be found by clicking here or the link above.
This Town water infrastructure project will involve the installation of over one mile of 30-inch diameter water main that will connect the Rumbrook Pump Station to the Knollwood Pump Station. Construction is expected to begin in Spring 2020 and will last approximately 8 to 10 months. More detailed information can be found by clicking here or the link above.
June 26th, 2020 Update: Water main installation will continue along Old Knollwood Road and then continue south on Hartsdale Road. During the two- week period beginning June 29th, 2020, the pavement on Hartsdale Road and Canterbury Road will be sawcut along the path of the new main. Additionally, a second construction crew will begin water main installation on Pomander Road, working towards Canterbury Road. Temporary lane closures are expected as well as temporary closures of Old Knollwood Road during work hours (7:00 AM to 3:30PM). As always, please slow down and use caution when traveling through the construction areas.