- Last Updated: 13 June 2019 13 June 2019
A meeting of the Planning Board of the Town of Ossining will be held on:
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
7:30 P.M. at the
Ossining Operations Center
101 Route 9A
Ossining, NY 10562
- Rayford Deverne & Sons, 52-3 Old Albany Post Road, New Single Family Home Architectural Review
- Rinaldi Subdivision, 39 Stormytown Road, Proposed 10-Lot Subdivision - PUBLIC HEARING Continued
- MGM Subdivision, 5 Hawkes Avenue, Proposed Subdivision Amended to a 2 Lot Subdivision
Please visit the Planning Board Projects Page to view PDF copies of documents pertaining to the Agenda for June 19th.
- Last Updated: 07 June 2019 07 June 2019
Town Board Regular Meeting & Public Hearing
Tuesday, June 11th, 2019 - 7:30PM
Birdsall-Fagan Police/Court Facility, 86-88 Spring Street
Ossining, NY 10562
All Board Meetings are televised LIVE on GO-TV, on Channel 78. Taped shows are repeated every Thursday at 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. on Channels 78 and 18.
Watch the live webcast of Ossining Government Access Cablevision Channel 78 and Verizon Channel 43, including Town and Village Board Meetings, or stream them LIVE here.
- Last Updated: 11 June 2019 11 June 2019
We are finally ready for the big reveal you've been waiting for.... the 2019 Summer Concert Series Lineup has been announced! We are so excited to be partnering with the Greater Ossining Chamber of Commerce this year to offer not just live music, but Food Truck Fridays every Friday in July and August. We are all set up to have a great summer in Ossining-- all that's missing is you! (That's easily fixed of course.)
Do you own a local business who may like to sponsor the series? Or are you friendly with a food truck who may want to come to Ossining? Send them these links or have them contact the Chamber office at (914) 941-0009.
- Last Updated: 06 June 2019 06 June 2019
It was brought to our attention that on Wednesday, June 5th, several trucks were parked under the 9A overpass at Cedar Lane during the morning commute, making it difficult for traffic to safely pass.
Our understanding from the Ossining Police Department is that a call was placed to OPD at 8:21AM to report this issue. That call resulted in officers being dispatched to 9A proper rather than Cedar Lane. Those officers arrived on 9A within minutes. Around 5 minutes after the initial call, two more calls were received by the police department and officers were redirected to Cedar Lane. The reporting officer found that no trucks were not blocking the roadway, but asked the foreman to have all of the trucks moved from the shoulder. The time between the first phone call and the resolution of the issue was 23 minutes. This morning, the Chief of Police personally inspected the site was to observe traffic conditions so that any issues could be addressed proactively.