News Flash

Posted on: January 17, 2021

Payne Street water main break--crews are repairing

water main break resulted in no water for some residents of N Elmsford. Our crews are working on making repairs.

There was a water main break on Payne Street last night. And some residents of North Elmsford have not had water. Our Water Dept. Team is doing their best to address the break but the repair made did not hold due to the irregular shape of the pipe. We hav...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: January 17, 2021

cricket is so popular that Westchester is now funding a new cricket field

Greenburgh was the first locality in Westchester to promote cricket as a sport. Delighted that Westchester is recognizing the importance of the game. Hope other communities will follow

CRICKET EXPANDING IN WESTCHESTER   -GREENBURGH WAS FIRST--SPORT SO POPULAR WESTCHESTER IS NOW FUNDING A NEW FIELD
In 2019 Greenburgh became the first community in Westchester to offer residents the opportunity to enjoy cricket --one of the most po...
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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: January 16, 2021

Profile: Ardsley's Rob Segall--depression to happiness

Rob Segall of Ardsley turned his life around ---depression, 30 pill cocktail overdose, psyche ward treatment to honoree and community leader
He talks about his book on my radio show

A COMMUNITY LEADER WHO TURNED HIS LIFE AROUND--DEPRESSION, 30 PILL COCKTAIL OVERDOSE, PSYCHE WARD TREATMENT TO HONOREE IN ARDSLEY 

https://youtu.be/Yfp3HD_ojJQ

Rob Segall is well known and well liked within the Ardsley community of Greenburgh. &...
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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: January 15, 2021

good news distraction: Property tax deductions could be restored!

Thank you, Senator Schumer! A high priority of the Senator is to restore the tax deductions. Remember the long lines in 2017 when taxpayers in Greenburgh prepaid their 2018 taxes to get the deduction which President Trump eliminated?

A good news distraction from Covid-10  Tax deductions could be restored now that  Senator Chuck Schumer is Majority Leader

An article in the NY Times on Sunday January 10, 2021 (page 21) mentioned that  the state could get some r...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: January 14, 2021

VIDEO- organizational meeting COVID ANGELS

group of 100+ residents who will help seniors navigate the Covid-19 vaccination process

Click to view the video:

Passcode: 7C.Z65@D

https://zoom.us/rec/share/H2QlPn4K1qReMPVXt7Q92biyXzs8U52D17gtqITcZeaff3wsgjUWRIqRQBZXYDUk.NDv_kjZUcIPBDchQ 

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: January 14, 2021

NYS NEEDS TO

NYS SHOULD MAKE IT EASIER TO STARTVACCINATING PEOPLE WITH UNDERLYING MEDICAL CONDITIONS

NYSNEEDS TO MAKE IT EASIER TO START VACCINATING  WITH UNDERLYING CONDITIONS OR WHOSE  IMMUNOSUPPRESSED

The CDC has urged states to start vaccinating everyone—even under 65—with “underlying conditions...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: January 13, 2021

Les Adler, Diane Ueberle are two new members of the Zoning Board

Les Adler was a former State Supreme Court Judge; former Greenburgh Town Board member. Diane Ueberle is active in Hartsdale civic activities

 

Former Greenburgh Town Board member Les Adler was appointed to the Greenburgh Zoning Board on Wednesday night by the Town Board. Les was a Greenburgh Town Board member from 1983 to 2000 when he became a Judge of the Westchester County Court. He ...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: January 13, 2021

Sustainable Westchester's green power ESCO

We’re happy to announce that the Town of Greenburgh and our neighboring communities will be renewing our participation in Sustainable Westchester’s Westchester Power (WP) program (you can opt out if you don't approve).

January 2021 update: our participation in Sustainable Westchester's green power ESCO (you can opt out if you don't approve)

We’re happy to announce that the Town of Greenburgh and our neighboring communities will be ren...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: January 12, 2021

In memory of a 9/11 hero: Hartsdale's Peter Woods

Peter was a remarkable human being, a 9/11 hero, a Hartsdale Fire Commissioner, a devoted leader of Sacred Heart Church and an exceptionally nice person. His passing is heartbreaking to the community.

An exceptional 9-11 hero and Hartsdale Fire Commissioner passed away on January 9th

Peter Woods, a 9/11 hero, was a model citizen--someone who always tried to help others. He spoke passionately about his experiences on 9/11 at our annual 9/11 memo...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: January 12, 2021

NY expands list of those eligible for vaccine to those over 65 and with medical issues

More people can now register for COVID vaccines
Over 50 people have registered as covid vaccine angels
we will be reaching out to seniors -plan our first organizational meeting this Thursday at 7 PM

I am pleased that the Governor has expanded the list of those eligible for the vaccine. Many residents with medical issues have been complaining. It's nice to know that you are being heard and that the state is responsive to constituent feedback....

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: January 11, 2021

updated info on covid vaccinations from the Governor's office- and new phone #

call 1833 697 4829 after 4 pm on 1/11
most up to date info about covid vaccines from Governor's office

The Covid vaccine process for many people  has been frustrating and confusing But, I think things will  get better in the coming days and weeks and it will gradually be easier to get the vaccines and more organ...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: January 10, 2021

seeking COVID vaccine angels to help seniors navigate Covid vaccine process

Many seniors have contacted me -very confused about the Covid process. The online registration is confusing for those who don't have computers or know how to use them. I worry that some seniors won't bother to take the vaccines.

GREENBURGH SETTING UP A COVID ANGELS VOLUNTEER PROGRAM TO HELP SENIORS NAVIGATE COVID VACCINE PROCESS
IT'S CONFUSING FOR MANY SENIORS --- SOME DON'T HAVE COMPUTERS AND CAN'T REGISTER ON LINE
VOLUNTEERS WILL REACH OUT TO SENIORS, H...
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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: January 9, 2021

Covid vaccine phone help line: 1-888-364-3065--

I'm going to ask our senior programming staff to assist seniors who find it difficult scheduling appointments on line or by phone

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT GETTING YOUR COVID VACCINE

Have any questions about COVID? Have friends who are seniors who don't have computers and can't register for a covid vaccine on line?  Encourage them to call 1 -888- 364- 306...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: January 6, 2021

Some suggestions to expedite slow vaccination rollout

Some suggestions to expedite the slow rollout of the vaccination process

Many constituents have complained about the slow rollout of vaccinating New Yorker's.  Although some hospitals have the vaccines they have not been administered.  The Governor has threatened to fine the hospitals that have the v...
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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: January 2, 2021

large supermarkets required to give edible excess food to the poor-law developed by Greenburgh

A new law developed by Greenburgh and signed into law by the Governor will require supermarkets to make excess food available to the poor

GOVERNOR SIGNS LAW DEVELOPED BY GREENBURGH REQUIRING LARGE SUPERMARKETS STATEWIDE TO MAKE EXCESS EDIBLE FOOD AVAILABLE TO FEED THE NEEDY

     One in seven New Yorkers do not have enough food.   Yet supermarkets throw out...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: January 1, 2021

NYS should enlist retired Doctors, nurses, medical professionals to expedite vaccinations

Less than one third of the Covid vaccines provide to NYS by the federal gov have been administered

SUGGESTION--NYS SHOULD OFFER RETIRED MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS WHO ASSIST IN ADMINISTERING COVID VACCINES THE OPPORTUNITY TO GET EARLIER VACCINATIONS FOR THEM AND THEIR IMMEDIATE FAMILIES

 would help NYS vaccinate more people quickly

  &nb...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: January 1, 2021

2021 info-getting rid of Christmas trees, building, police, sanitation info & more

how to get rid of Christmas trees...2nd half of school taxes due Jan 30...Building & police dept info...make appointment to get rid of old TVs, printers, computers; locations for bulk drop offs, new tree law, sanitation schedule same as last year

2021 info—How to get rid of old Christmas trees…2nd half of school taxes due Jan 30…Building dept and police department info…make an appointment to get rid of e waste (old TVs,printers,computers-week of Jan 11th)...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: December 31, 2020

Greenburgh 2020 YEAR IN REVIEW

A summary of the highlights of 2020
Happy new year!

2020 YEAR IN REVIEW, GREENBURGH, NY

 

In just a few hours, the year 2020 will be “history,” having wreaked havoc across the world, both physically and fiscally. We, as residents of the Town of Greenburgh, were not and are not im...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: December 29, 2020

Job opening: Greenburgh Nature Center seeking executive director

Greenburgh Nature Center seeking executive director

OPPORTUNITY The Greenburgh Nature Center seeks a dynamic Executive Director to lead the organization through an exciting time of realignment and expansion of impact. After a period of strengthening and stabilizing the foundation of the organization led by...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: December 22, 2020

$12,000 college scholarship offered...congrat's to Police Advisory Bd member on Yale Acceptance

A college scholarship opportunity your high school senior might want to apply for ($12,000)...congratulations to student appointee to Police Community Advisory Bd on being accepted to Yale

college is expensive --here is one college scholarship you might want your son or daughter to submit an application....$12,000

  If you know of other scholarships students should apply for please advise me at pfeiner@greenburghny.com. I'd...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: December 21, 2020

Order prohibiting canvassing, door to door peddling due to covid

Pursuant to the powers authorized by the state - Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner has issued an order prohibiting canvassing, peddling, soliciting due to Covid-19.

EXECUTIVE ORDER ISSUED PROHIBITING PEDDLEERS, SOLICITORS AND CANVASSERS FROM GOING HOUSE TO HOUSE DUE TO COVID-19 IN GREENBURGH

 I, Paul J. Feiner, Town Supervisor of the Town of Greenburgh, by virtue of the authority vested in me by the Constitut...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: December 19, 2020

overnight parking available at Hartsdale parking garage...Elmsford Little League begins registration

For residents of E Hartsdale AVe who can't find parking --this is great news!
Elmsford Little League begins spring registration

News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: December 18, 2020

Greenburgh Town Bd approves 2021 budget with slight tax cut

Town Board approved 2021 budget with slight tax cut. Summary of services offered to residents of unincorporated and residents of the villages listed below. An important stormwater message

 

TOWN BD APPROVES 2021 BUDGETS WITH A SMALL TAX DECREASE FOR UNINCORPORATED GREENBURGH AND VILLAGES

The Greenburgh Town Board unanimously approved the 2021 budget on December 15th. The budget includes no tax hike (actually a small tax decrease). T...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: December 8, 2020

WCBS highlights Zuckerberg Institute and Greenburgh's efforts to help small business

We are going to provide students with access to the most successful business leaders in the United States. They will help local businesses overcome obstacles and succeed.

WCBS 880 HIGHLIGHTS GREENBURGH AND ZUCKERBERG INSTITUTE PARTNERSHIP - TO HELP SMALL BUSINESSES. We have started receiving some amazing applications from a diverse group of students from around town who want to work with Greenburgh, the Zuckerberg...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: December 6, 2020

14 High School students wanted to work with Zuckerberg Institute, Silicon Valley

We're looking for a diverse group of 14 of the brightest, most creative hard working, goal oriented high school students to join the Zuckerberg Institute, town of Greenburgh on a 3 month Post Pandemic Task Force working with Silicon Valley executives

GREENBURGH  LOOKING FOR A DIVERSE GROUP OF  14 OF THE BRIGHTEST, MOST CREATIVE, HARD WORKING, GOAL ORIENTED HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS FROM DIFFERENT NEIGHBORHOODS IN GREENBURGH TO JOIN THE ZUCKERBERG INSTITUTE AND  TOWN OF GREENBURGH...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: December 5, 2020

Meet Miles Cooperman, coordinator of Greenburgh snow angels program (and Ardsley HS student)

Mile Cooperman, an Ardsley HS student is coordinating the 2020/21 snow angels program. E mail him to volunteer at greenburghsnowangels@gmail.com

Meet Miles Cooperman, Ardsley High School student and coordinator of the 2020/2021 Greenburgh snow angels program

  Miles Cooperman is a student at Ardsley High School and is coordinator of the 2020/2021 Greenburgh snow angels program. In recent y...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: December 4, 2020

phone system not working...Library Guild needs volunteers..thank you Hartsdale Rotary

New phone system at Town Hall not working (hopefully will be corrected early next week)....Library Guild needs volunteers...thank you Hartsdale Rotary

No one picking up the phones when you call town employees?  Received some complaints. We recently changed phone systems. Been having some technical problems which should be resolved next week. Sorry for the inconveniences. If you can't g...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: November 18, 2020

Greenburgh Town Board discusses leaf blower ban during some months

The pandemic has resulted in many people working at home- and the noise from leaf blowers is a major quality of life aggravation for residents. Environmental harm to residents from leaf blowers also a problem

Last night the Greenburgh Town Board met with the Conservation Advisory Council to discuss a possible leaf blower ban between May 15 and October 15th (law would also be in effect from Dec 15 to March 1).  You can watch the work session below (thi...

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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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Posted on: November 22, 2016

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Posted on: November 22, 2016

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Posted on: November 22, 2016

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Posted on: November 22, 2016

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News Flash

Posted on: January 5, 2021

New Town Ordinance

New Town Tree Ordinance takes effect January 4, 2021. For more information, please visit: https://www.greenburghny.com/626/Town-Tree-Ordinance

Planning and Zoning

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