News Flash

Posted on: October 23, 2021

Help us find lost dog

Help us find lost dog

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: October 23, 2021

Greenburgh Police Chief stepping down to accept position as Chief of Larchmont Police

We wish Chief McNerney great success and happiness in his new position as Larchmont Police Chief. Many accomplishments during his tenure as Greenburgh's Police Chief

Greenburgh Police Chief Chris McNerney advised the Town Board that he will be stepping down as Chief to accept an opportunity as Chief of Police of the Larchmont Police Department.  The Chief first learned of the opportunity this summer and advis...
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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: October 23, 2021

Early voting today at Greenburgh Town Hall & Dobbs Ferry Village Hall

Don't forget to vote for or against the ballot proposals See League of Women Voters pro and con info sheet

 

Today is the first day of Early Voting at Greenburgh Town Hall and Dobbs Ferry Village Hall. The hours are as follows:Early Voting Dates & Times•       Saturday, Oct. 23, 2021 from noon until 5 p.m.&bu...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: October 21, 2021

how one student helped local Greenburgh small businesses this year!

Jonathan Brewster, one of the student participants in the Zuckerberg Institute, discusses his efforts to help small businesses recover from the pandemic

Earlier this year  the town of Greenburgh partnered with the Zuckerberg Institute -offering exceptional students the opportunity to  help local small businesses not only survive but to excel.  Students worked with the Zuckerberg...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: October 21, 2021

This year, we have three ways to vote: by Mail, Early Voting, or on Election Day!

In the Town of Greenburgh, our early voting locations are Dobbs Ferry Village Hall and Greenburgh Town Hall, although, you may vote during the early voting week at any early voting location.

Dear Neighbors & Friends:   Your Town Clerk, Judith A. Beville is reaching out to you re: upcoming voting information. This year, we have three ways to vote: by Mail, Early Voting, or on Election Day! More details below about each option. In ...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: October 20, 2021

A new Little Free Library in Edgemont (Longview Drive)

10 Little Free Libraries in Greenburgh-- a new one in Edgemont! Share, exchange a book near you. And read!

A LITTLE FREE LIBRARY JOINS 9 OTHERS IN GREENBURGH --NEW LITTLE FREE LIBRARY IN EDGEMONT ON LONGVIEW DRIVE

100,000 ALL OVER THE WORLD

 

For the Love of Free Little Libraries!

There are 100,000 and counting Little Free Libraries all over the world, an...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: October 19, 2021

FEMA at library...outdoor flu shots, vaccines, boosters at Town Hall next week

 

FEMA, VACCINES AND EARLY VOTING: ---FLU SHOTS, VACCINES BOOSTERS ON OCTOBER 26 and OCTOBER 30 AT TOWN HALL

Three important updates for Greenburgh residents this week and next

 

_FEMA representatives are back at the Greenburgh Public Librar...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: October 18, 2021

tutors wanted to teach math -Mathnasium

We will be updating our Greenburgh non government job board with job postings that might be helpful to you and your family

JOB OPENING AS A TUTOR FOR THOSE WHO ARE GREAT IN MATH

  Mathnasium is looking for tutors. If you or anyone in your family has the skills and interest in tutoring please advise Brigitte Tanner.  Mathnasium is a a neighborhood math only le...

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

Police Chief endorses proposal to expand responsibilities of Civilian Police Advisory Board

Civilian Police Advisory Board will be given added responsibilities to review allegations of police misconduct -- a recommendation endorsed by Greenburgh Committee Against Systemic Racism

Greenburgh Police Chief Chris McNerney spoke with me earlier today to renew his support for legislation to expand the authority of the Greenburgh Police Community Advisory Commission. If the Chief's recommendations are approved by the Town Board ...
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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: October 16, 2021

Town Bd to discuss marijuana at October 27th Board meeting at 7:30 PM

The Board has until December 31st to decide whether to opt out. A public meeting is required by state law.

TOWN BOARD TO HOLD PUBLIC DISCUSSION ON MARIJUANA AT OUR OCTOBER 27 TOWN BOARD MEETING

Earlier this year the NY State legislature approved legislation to legalize marijuana for anyone 21 years or older.  Municipalities can opt-out of allowing cann...

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

2022 Greenburgh budget- NO TAX HIKE PLANNED

The 2022 budget will be the third consecutive Greenburgh town budget with NO tax hikes. No tax hike in the A budget. No tax hike in the B budget!

2022 BUDGET PREPARATION UPDATE--My intention to propose a budget for 2022 with NO TAX HIKE

As many of our residents are aware, the deadline for the Town Supervisor’s submission of the Fiscal Year 2022 A, B and Capital Budgets is October 30, 2021....

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

Welcome: Nothing Bundt Cakes --new business in Hartsdale

Nothing Bundt Cakes opens in Hartsdale - twins from Romania pursue dream of opening business that sells delicious freshly baked cakes

Welcome Nothing Bundt Cakes store 303 North Central Ave, Hartsdale. Thank you for choosing Greenburgh/Hartsdale as the location for your new business. Greenburgh residents who love delicious cakes in a variety of flavors and sizes will be excited to patro...

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

profile: Chris Russo, Greenburgh fitness training in parking lots, driveways

a fitness program that trains people outside -in parking lots, driveways. Chris Russo is an Ardsley resident who thinks out of the box!

Top of Form

In recent years i have highlighted local businesses. Today, I'm highlighting a business that has it's offices in different parking lots and driveways around town. It's a business that is doing nicely because Chris Rus...

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

Wanted: food trucks for early voting at Greenburgh Town Hall

Let's make voting fun. We want food trucks, entertainment, vaccines at early voting Town Hall location later this month. If you know of possible vendors or entertainers who will volunteer their time please advise

Food truck vendors wanted for early voting at Greenburgh Town Hall    October 23, 2021 - October 31, 2021

  Last year was the first year when voters got to vote early. Greenburgh Town Hall was one of th...

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

FEMA info (how to appeal)...last day to apply is Nov 5

Free legal assistance to those impacted by Hurricane Ida

 

Yesterday I spent four hours bicycling around areas in the town that experienced significant flooding damage. When I do my "bike calls" I only stop to talk with people who are outside. I chatted with many people yesterday and was surpr...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: October 9, 2021

howloween dog costume event: October 30

One of the most fun events of the year--if you love dogs and enjoy Halloween you won't want to miss this

Howloween Costume Dog Park event
Saturday, October 30th
From 11 to  12PM
Costume winners will be announced at 12pm
$5 Donation Recommended
East Rumbrook Dog Park  Dobbs Ferry Road (seconds away from the Sprain Parkway)
Treats for All
H...
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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: September 10, 2021

In accordance with Section 570-8 of the Greenburgh Code of Ethics

In accordance with Section 570-8 of the Greenburgh Code of Ethics, the following Agency  members have not filed their 2020 Financial Disclosure Forms, which were due to be filed on or before May 15, 2021.  

 

Library   &a...

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

Con Ed vs Sustainable Westchester rate comparisons

Greenburgh residents are saving money. The Westchester Power rates have been less than Con Ed's rates for the past five months. Westchester Power rates are fixed. Con Ed rates fluctuate. Those who did not opt out are saving money.

Dan Welsh, program director of  Westchester Power, a program of Sustainable Westchester reports that ...The renewable electricity supply rate for Greenburgh residents in the Westchester Power program (7.41 cents/kWh) has been lower than benchmark...
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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: October 4, 2021

Tarrytown featured profiled in NY Times

Tarrytown deserves the recognition for it "better racial and socioeconomic mix" great restaurants, parks, historic architecture and for providing residents with a great quality of life.

Congratulations to Tarrytown -one of the villages in Greenburgh on being profiled in the NY TImes this past Sunday in the real estate section.  The Times credited the village for having a "better racial and socioeconomic mix than most of its...

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

FEMA, SBA to answer questions at Town Bd work session Tuesday at 4:30 PM

are you frustrated? Not getting the financial help you need from SBA or FEMA?
If yes, you're invited to attend our work session Tuesday 4:30 PM at Town Hall. Or e mail your questions and they will be answered

ARE YOU CONFUSED ABOUT FEMA? ABOUT SBA?   MEETING TUESDAY AT 4:30 pm 

Have you reached out to FEMA, SBA or your insurance company and been disappointed? Or, are you having good experiences, getting the financial help you need?

FEMA will al...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: September 24, 2021

Emotional appeal to lift up homes to avoid flooding problems

Residents of Babbitt Court attended Greenburgh Town Board meeting and made an emotional appeal for help so that their homes could be lifted up--so they can avoid flooding damages in future. Residents in Fairview and Edgemont also are asking for help

RESIDENTS OF GREENBURGH ASK THE TOWN BOARD FOR HELP LIFTING UP THEIR HOMES SO THEY WON'T BE FLOODED AGAIN

Some residents are living in hotels. They lost tens of thousands of dollars and need FEMA to expedite financial help

Here is the YouTube link ...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: September 23, 2021

Greenburgh police promote #walksafeGreenburgh--for children

The Greenburgh police are rewarding children who walk safe!

The Greenburgh Police department is working hard to make sure that your children are safe. They have implemented a great program featured on News12  #WalkSafeGreenburgh initiative. Over the course of  the last week and a half members of ...

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

expect slight delays Underhill Road bridge near Ardsley/Edgemont

A temporary traffic light while bridge work takes place on Underhill Road bridge

If you drive on Underhill Road today you'll notice that  NYS installed traffic signals, advanced warning sign and traffic barrels  allowing for alternating one way traffic over the bridge bordering Ard...

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

FEMA reimbursement process for homeowners/businesses

Hope this info is helpful and that you get reimbursed for your losses. E mail me at pfeiner@greenburghny.com if you have any difficulties

Storm Damage - FEMA Reimbursement Process & Cleaning (Homeowners & Business Owners Look Inside!)

Disaster Relief

If you are a homeowner or business owner that sustained un-insurable flood damage from Hurricane Ida, we advise you to seek ass...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: August 26, 2021

lots and lots of progress Hartsdale revitalization!!!

An impressive list of initiatives being taken to make Hartsdale an even better & safer place to live in

At the work session of the Town Board on Tuesday August 24th, Planning Commissioner Garrett Duquesne presented updates on a series of infrastructure improvements that are presently being planned or are now under construction by the Town, along the East Ha...

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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: August 8, 2021

Sadly, large minority of cyclists not wearing helmets on Bicycle Sunday

Bicycling without a helmet could cause brain injuries. County should organize educational campaign to promote bicycle safety on parkway

Today, while cycling on the Bronx River Parkway Bicycle Sunday, I noticed that a significant minority of cyclists were not cycling with helmets.  Over the years I have met many people who told me sad stories about their family members or friends ...

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

students form landscaping angels to help elderly and disabled

volunteer landscaping angels is a new program designed to provide help to seniors and disabled residents unable to afford landscaping services.

Greenburgh has had a snow angel program for 30 years -helping seniors clear snow from driveways. We have a TV angels program- volunteers remove old TVs from seniors homes and bring them to the highway garage. The Covid Angels helped seniors get vaccinated...
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News & Town Board Reports (gblist)
Posted on: July 1, 2021

a new farmers market starting at Greenburgh Town Hall August 5

Greenburgh Town Hall will be the location for our newest farmers market every Thursday beginning August 5th. Something to look forward to. A big thank you to the Town Board for approving the market. And, to Town Clerk Judith Beville for her efforts

I am very pleased to report that the Greenburgh Town Board unanimously approved a resolution on Tuesday evening authorizing a farmers market to operate at the parking lot of Greenburgh Town Hall every Thursday beginning August 5th through October 28 from ...

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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: October 12, 2021

East Rumbrook Dog Park - "Howl-O-Ween"

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Dogs have the opportunity to dress up and win prizes for best costume.We also have treats for all.Our ‘Howl-o-ween’ event has been covered by News 12 Westchester making our dogs local TV stars.We all smile while our dogs are dressed u...

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