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Posted on: May 17, 2022

Affordable housing considered on Saw Mill River Road, N Elmsford

Watch link - Town Board discussion with property owner

At a recent  work session of the Town Board  Rezi Marandi came to  discussed  a possible $42M redevelopment of an existing structure on Route 9A in Elmsford into 100% workforce/affordable housing.  The proposal...

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Posted on: May 17, 2022

HYDRANT FLUSHING SCHEDULE

This is the hydrant flushing schedule. If you want to receive updates in the future you can subscribe to the public works alerts. And you'll be notified.
PAUL FEINER

The Greenburgh Water Department announces the annual maintenance program to operate and flush fire hydrants. This action is necessary to make sure the fire hydrants are in good working order in case of emergencies and to help flush sediment out of the dis...

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Posted on: May 16, 2022

Recycling day May 28--shredder, recycle ewaste, batteries, textiles, books

ewaste, bulk, batteries, textiles, books
get your free wood chips at highway garage on Sprain Road

SHREDDER, RECYCLING DAY SATURDAY MAY 28 FROM 9 AM TO 2 PM AT DPW YARD (100 Sprain Road)--e waste, bulk, batteries, textiles, books
free wood chips to be given out
We are happy to share that the Town of Greenburgh Department of Public Works will be hosting o...
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Posted on: May 16, 2022

The next time you visit AF Veteran Park, you'll enjoy our new pollinator garden

Enjoy the attached photos and read about the day

The next time you visit AF Veteran Park, you'll enjoy our new pollinator garden. This past Saturday volunteers spent the day planting and enhancing our park. Pollinator gardens are important for our environment. Enjoy the attached photos and read about th...

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Posted on: May 15, 2022

Health Center open till 7 PM Mon & Wed for vaccines, boosters, tests

and, a big thank you to parents who are donating unused, unopened formulas for parents who can't find the formulas they need

The Greenburgh Health Center -extended COVID Vaccinations, testings every Monday and Wednesday from 9 AM to 7 PM

the  Greenburgh Health Center at 295 Knollwood Road is extending the hours for CoVid-19 Vaccinations and Testing to Mondays and Wednes...

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Posted on: May 14, 2022

link to a site helping babies get the formulas they need!!!

Westchester Formula Finders ByyTrade/SellGive is a great site!

Earlier today I posted that I was planning to create a support group for moms and dads who are stressed because it is so difficult finding formulas for their babies.  This is a great facebook page that could be helpful. Will continue to look for ...

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Posted on: May 14, 2022

support group beingformed to help young parents get formulas for their babies

what formula are you having difficulty obtaining?
Are you interested in volunteering?

GREENBURGH FORMULA SUPPORT GROUP TO BE FORMED-- WE WANT TO HELP RESIDENTS GET FORMULAS THEY NEED 

   LET'S MAKE THIS LESS STRESSFUL   ---

looking for volunteers ----looking for residents who need help

Many young f...

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Posted on: May 13, 2022

pollinator garden to be planted at AF Veteran park Sat May 14 and at Hartsbrook next Saturday

Pollinator gardens are important for our environment.
Link to radio interview with Ardsley's Carol Sommerfield and Tarrytowns Mai Mai Margules

 POLLINATOR GARDEN TO BE PLANTED AT AF VETERAN PARK TOMORROW (saturday, May 14) in the AM and early afternoon! (Heatherdell Road, Ardsley)

Next week Hartsbrook Nature Preserveon Ridge Road

Stop by at AF Veteran park on Heatherdell Road tomorrow mor...

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Posted on: May 12, 2022

Greenburgh Town Board to vote to ask state to have one year moratorium on incorporation

An impartial study conducted by the NYS Department of State would provide answers to questions about impacts

 

On Friday, May 13, the Greenburgh Town Board will meet in Special Session at 5 PM. One of the issues on the agenda relates to the Town Board’s consideration of new legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Tom Abinanti, requiring a one year...

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Posted on: May 11, 2022

TOWN, ELMSFORD WORKING COOPERATIVELY TO CLEAR DEBRI FROM FLOODING ON SAW MILL RIVER

The town of Greenburgh and Village of Elmsford have been working cooperatively during the past two weeks pulling material and obstructions out of the Saw Mill River.

The town of Greenburgh and Village of Elmsford have been working cooperatively during the past two weeks pulling material and obstructions out of the Saw Mill River. And under a bridge near Route 119. This initiative helps reduce flooding during storms. A...

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Posted on: May 7, 2022

Tarrytown educator planning to open up a coffee shop run by developmental disabled former students!

An inspiring story about an educator who cares deeply about her former students--and who is providing the developmental disabled with the chance to run their own coffee shop.
Hopefully she will inspire others to follow her example

AN INSPIRING STORY ABOUT A SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER WHO IS OPENING A NEW COFFEE SHOP RUN BY KIDS WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES

 The developjmentally disabled deserve the chance for meaningful employment opportunities.  Tarrytown&ap...

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Posted on: May 6, 2022

Indoor pool boiler replacement will cause pool at TDYCC to be shut down till mid June

Energy Smart Homes webinar May 12

REPLACING OF BOILER AT INDOOR POOL AT THEODORE YOUNG COMMUNITY CENTER AND OTHER IMPROVEMENTS WILL RESULT IN INDOOR POOL CLOSING TILL MID JUNE

ENERGY SMART HOMES WEBINAR ON MAY 12  -GET A HEAT PUMP    7 PM

We're replacing ...

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Posted on: May 3, 2022

TRA provides free transportation to doctors for disabled/elderly

A wonderful non profit that takes the elderly/disabled to medical appointments at no cost, using volunteers

NEED A RIDE TO A DOCTOR, DENTIST, PHYSICAL THERAPIST?  CALL  A WONDERFUL NON PROFIT 764-3533

Over the weekend I had the opportunity to attend an event at Ridge Park in Hartsdale sponsored by a wonderful organization that serves our senior...

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Posted on: May 2, 2022

Archeology dig at historic Odell house on Ridge Road, Hartsdale

A fascinating archeology dig--learning more about the historic Odell House which will be turned into a museum.

The Friends of Odell House Rochambeau continue to amaze with their innovative initiatives. The house, located on Ridge Road, Hartsdale, played a critical role in helping win the Revolutionary War.  The Friends are determined to create a first cla...

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Posted on: May 1, 2022

Some fine tuning to take place: Mt Joy/Robin Hill Road (one way test)

The Greenburgh Town Board and police department, working with the Edgemont School district and civic leaders, want to make it safer for children to walk to the Seely Place School!

Earlier today the town implemented some traffic safety recommendations made by the Greenburgh Police department concerning Mt Joy and Robin Hill Road. These streets are  now one way for a test period --May and June. The goal --to make it safer fo...

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Posted on: April 30, 2022

48th year of Bicycle Sundays resumes tomorrow: May 1

I proposed the idea 48 years ago.
Please wear your bicycle helmet. Head injuries could be life threatening.

Forty eight years ago (when I was still a student) I served as a member of Westchester County Executive Al DelBello's Bikeway Committee. I was previously the chair of the Task Force for Bikeways in Westchester which successfully lobbied the Board...

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Posted on: April 27, 2022

Greenburgh named Tree City of the World--one of 37 in the nation and 2 in NYS

138 cities from 21 countries honored.

For third consecutive yar Greenburgh has been recognized as a "Tree City of the World". There are only two communities in NYS that have earned this distinction and only 37 in the United States. 

On behalf of the Arbor Day Foundation and ...

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Posted on: April 24, 2022

Spread the word- the Greenburgh Neighborhood Health Center helping refugees with health care

News12 link to interview with a recent refugee from Ukraine who is receiving health care help from the Greenburgh Neighborhood Health Center below

According to an article in the Hudson Independent Greenburgh has the second largest Ukrainian population in Westchester. 793 according to the most recent census.  Yonkers has 1,745 residents with ancestors from Ukraine.  The Ukrainian po...

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Posted on: April 23, 2022

The crusade to make our streets more pedestrian friendly continues

link to interview with the leaders of a Dobbs Ferry group pushing to make it safer for children to get to school

We need to make all neighborhoods more pedestrian safe!  There have been many pedestrian accidents all over the region in recent years. Death, serious injuries can be reduced if we all work hard to find ways to make our streets safer. 

As...

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Posted on: April 21, 2022

GREENBURGH HEALTH CENTER HELPING UKRAINIAN REFUGEES

The Greenburgh Neighborhood Health Center always helps those with health care needs. Grateful that they are helping Ukrainian refugees. They always help immigrants and residents who need fantastic health care services

 GREENBURGH NEIGHBORHOOD HEALTH CENTER IS HELPING UKRAINIAN REFUGEES OBTAIN HEALTH CARE COVERAGE AND SERVICES

 

Last week a Ukrainian refugee, living with a family member in Dobbs Ferry, contacted me. Her baby had dental ...

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Posted on: April 19, 2022

Link to Town Bd discussion- filing FEMA grant application to lift up homes damaged by flooding

In 2004 the town received a grant to lift up homes on Babbitt Court and placed them onto stilts. Town has till June to submit grant application to FEMA

LINK TO YESTERDAYS TOWN BOARD WORK SESSION- LIFTING UP HOMES GRANT APPLICATION

In 2004 the Army Corps of Engineers raised seven homes on Babbitt Court and placed the homes onto stilts.  (see NY Times June 20, 2004).  The initiative helped...

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Posted on: April 13, 2022

new businesses- dance studio and UPS (they offer shredding)

Dance studio, new UPS store that offers shredding

WELCOME NEW BUSINESSES--- a new dance studio, UPS on Central Ave has shredding and more

Brandon Whyte (info@mydancedream.com) has opened up a  dance studio in Greenburgh.  The studio is located at 321 East Main Street, Elmsford (...

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Posted on: April 9, 2022

Irvington Shakespeare Company seeks actors and volunteers

A new local theater offering quality entertainment

Kamran Saliani is a resident of Irvington and founder and Executive Director of the Irvington Shakespeare Company. He is  looking for professional BIPOC actors local to the Westchester County area, ideally with training in Shakespearean performan...
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Posted on: April 8, 2022

link; Town Bd hears consultant report: 4 corners, E Hartsdale Ave, flooding

The Greenburgh Town Board heard recommendations from our consultant re: 4 Corners, Hartsdale, stormwater/flooding mitigations, E Hartsdale Ave

 

At the Greenburgh  Town Board work session on Tuesday, April 5th, the Town hosted a presentation of traffic and pedestrian safety improvements, and stormwater/flooding mitigations for the Four Corners and East Hartsdale Avenue corridor,...

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Posted on: March 27, 2022

Greenburgh summer internship--looking for students interested in an amazing experience

Students have met with former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Andre Leon Talley, the Attorney General of Colorado and other nationally respected leaders during past summers

Greenburgh Town Clerk Judith Beville and I have started accepting requests from High School and College  students who reside in Greenburgh for our 2022  summer internship program which begins the week of July 12th th and continues throug...

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Posted on: March 25, 2022

Coalition for Family Justice can help those facing domestic violence or family related problems

link to interview with Suzanne Lester whose life was changed for the better thanks to this amazing organization

If you know anyone who is experiencing domestic violation problems or needs help  dealing with family court issues there is a fantastic non profit  that can help. The Coalition for Family Justice was founded by Monica Getz of Irvington i...

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Posted on: March 21, 2022

go fund me set up for children of police dispatcher who lost life due to Covid

We just created a go fund me page to help the children of Frank Cavaliere, a police dispatcher who lost his life due to Covid. He was exposed to other employees who had subsequently tested positive. Frank was a caring police dispatcher

https://www.gofundme.com/f/cavalierechildren

 

The Town of Greenburgh has created a GoFundMe page to support the children of Frank Cavaliere. Frank was a dedicated and well-liked Greenburgh Police dispatcher for almost 29 years. He passed away on F...
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Posted on: March 20, 2022

Links: Public Service Commission- filing utility complaints

Have a Con Ed related complaint?
A complaint about any utility?
The Public Service Commission is the government entity you should reach out to
Links below

HELPFUL INFO IF YOU WANT TO FILE A COMPLAINT ABOUT CON ED OR ANY UTILITY

You need to reach out to the NYS Public Service Commission

 

The Public Service Commission oversees all utilities in New York State. If you have  any Con Ed, Verizon c...

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Posted on: March 19, 2022

new: Greenburgh student news network-looking for students and mentors

a student run news program about Greenburgh
Looking for student reporters and mentors
(no government censorship!---independent reporting)

New idea  a student run news program about the town

Looking for mentors with background in journalism and students who would like to host a monthly news program about the town---e mail pfeiner@greenburghny.com if interested

Most people move to Gree...

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Posted on: March 17, 2022

town may expand workforce/affordable housing requirement to single family homes

10% of multifamily housing developments are required to be affordable. Town Board considering legislation to require single family housing developments to also have workforce housing (link to discussions below)

GREENBURGH TOWN BOARD BOARD TO CONSIDER EXPANDING REQUIREMENTS OF AFFORDABLE HOUSING TO SINGLE FAMILY HOME DEVELOPMENTS 

Currently, multi family developments require 10% affordability --but law does not apply to single family home  develo...

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Posted on: March 13, 2022

Fix it Greenburgh- use your phone to report potholes, problems and GPS will identify location

GPS will identify location of potholes, downed wires, broken street lights, etc and enable town to quickly address problem

USE YOUR PHONE TO REPORT A POTHOLE OR PROBLEM AND GPS SYSTEM WILL REPORT LOCATION TO PUBLIC WORKS DEPT

Submit & Track Non-Emergency Requests for Service Online or Via Our Smartphone App

Using the new Fix It! Greenburgh program, you can now easily and qu...

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Posted on: March 8, 2022

Wanted for summer: students to help struggling businesses in Greenburgh

Second year Greenburgh will be partnering with the Zuckerberg Institute --students to use social media skills to help struggling businesses survive

 

LOOKING FOR STUDENTS TO HELP STRUGGLING LOCAL BUSINESSES THIS SUMMER --3 week program

ZUCKERBERG INSTITUTE AND GREENBURGH PARTNERING TO PROVIDE INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS TO BUSINESSES IN 3 WEEK SUMMER PROGRAM

The town of Greenburgh is looking for up to...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: February 11, 2022

Hartsdale train station elevator project UPDATE

construction of the elevator at the train station is progressing! The elderly and disabled will be very pleased

Hartsdale train station elevator project update---contract awarded--construction to start this year

A very exciting and important project that will help the disabled and elderly (but there will be short term inconveniences)

  Metro North advised to...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: November 15, 2021

Former Westchester County Public Safety Commissioner to be named Interim Greenburgh Police Chief

George Longworth, a former Dobbs Ferry Police Chief will serve until a permanent Chief is appointed next year (after Civil Service Exam results are in). Mr. Longworth will not be considered for the permanent position.

GREENBURGH TOWN BOARD TO APPOINT

GEORGE N. LONGWORTH, ESQ. AS INTERIM POLICE CHIEF

 

The Greenburgh Town Board will hold a special meeting on Tuesday, November 16, 2021, at 5:00PM, at Greenburgh Town Hall, to appoint George N. Longworth, Esq. as Int...

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News Flash

Posted on: January 17, 2019

Venue Rentals

Outside View of Theadore D. Young Community Center

The Theodore D. Young Community Center facility is available for meetings, baby showers, workshops, family gatherings, birthday parties, and other events.

Additional Info... Community Resources - Carousel Spotlights
Posted on: January 17, 2019

Youth Development

Two Kids Playing a Game of Chess

Here you can learn more about the programs we have for youth throughout the year.

Additional Info... Community Resources - Carousel Spotlights
Posted on: January 17, 2019

Aquatics Unit

Above View of an Indoor Pool

The Natatorium offers year round aquatic programs, activities, and services. The schedule is posted on the bulletin board at the Theodore D. Young Community Center (TDYCC) Natatorium entrance.

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Posted on: November 22, 2016

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