Happy Spring

We would like to congratulate Briarcliff Mayor Steven A Vescio and trustees Peter Chatzky and Edward Midgley on their reelection.

The Town of Ossining is excited to announce the appointment of our new Tax Assessor Michael Fouassier. Michael comes to us from the NYC Department of Finance Office of Real Property and Tax Operations. We look forward to him officially joining our team in April

This past week the Town Board of the Town of Ossining and the Village of Ossining both passed local laws giving our Volunteer Firefighters and Volunteer EMS workers a 10% reduction on the assessed value of their primary residential real property. Active members of more than two years should contact the Assessor's Office to complete the application before the May 1st deadline. The Town Board recognizes the value and sacrifice of these volunteer service members, thanks them for their service, and is happy to provide this real property tax benefit to those eligible property owners as permitted by State law.

We would also like to remind Senior residents with limited income or disabled persons with limited income exemptions that the maximum income limits for qualification have been increased. You may also now deduct any uncovered medical expenses from your total income making this deduction accessible to many who did not qualify before. Please reach out to the Assessor’s office for more information at 914-762-8274. There is a May 1st application deadline.

The Town of Ossining is seeking volunteers for the Civilian Police Complaint Review Board (CPCRB)! 

The Town Board is seeking two residents for the Town Board to recommend to the Village of Ossining Board of Trustees to be volunteer members of the Village’s Civilian Police Complaint Review Board, one as a member and one as an alternate member. 

Pursuant to an inter-municipal agreement, the Village of Ossining Police Department provides police services to the Unincorporated Town of Ossining.  

The purpose of the Civilian Police Complaint Review Board is to provide for civilian participation in the review investigation of complaints made against police officers. Under the Village Code, the eligibility requirements to be on the Civilian Police Complaint Review Board in either a member or alternate member capacity are as follows:

  • Must be a resident of the Unincorporated Town of Ossining
  • Must be at least 18 years of age
  • Must be able to attend at least 75% of Board meetings – which are generally on the second Tuesday of every month at 6:00 p.m., either in person or via Zoom video conferencing
  •  Must undergo training with the Village Police Department
  • Cannot be an elected official or employee of the Town or Village, or be an immediate family member of an elected official or employee of the Town or Village
  • Must be willing to submit to a criminal background check – which results will remain confidential and will be used only for the purpose of determining eligibility
  • Must not have been convicted of a felony, or have been incarcerated or on probation or parole in the past five years

Letters of interest and resumes are due to Martha C. Quituisaca in the Town Supervisor's Office (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

Here are some but not all of the many events going on and around the Town of Ossining:

Neighbors Link will be holding a community potluck on March 24 2023 from 6-8PM at 23-25 Spring Street childcare will be included

TeaTown will be holding an Earth hour on Saturday March 25th to help increase awareness and spark global conversations on protecting nature and tackling the climate crisis and working together to shape a brighter future for all of us. 

The OHS will be presenting their play How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying. Join them on March 23rd, March 24th, and March 25th. The play is free admission and open to all.

Joining the Ossining public Library for a storytime with James McLeod at the children's room on Saturday March 25th at 11 AM

Teatown will be holding a “Hidden Lives of Amphibians” On Sunday March 26 as a spring warm up to learn more about Amphibians

 The Sing Sing Kill Brewery will be having a women's history trivia night on Wednesday March 29 7:00 PM -9:00 pm

Join Mike Risko at their Rock Band Showcase Night on March 29 at 7PM, for an evening of fun and meeting new bands. 

Join the Mike Risko Workshop Showcase on March 29 at 7 PM at Maya Riviera Restaurant.

On March 30th from 12:30- 4:00 PM the Youth Bureau will be holding a Summer Youth Employment Program



 The Ossining Boat Canoe Club will have a Friday talk on fish, swim,drink in ossining on the progress toward meeting clean water act goals on March 31st  at 7 PM at 1 Westerly Road Ossining NY 

The Bethany Arts Community welcomes the second annual young artist residency. They will be taking applications from emerging artists 21-30 years old for more information please go to there website (bethanyarts.org).

As the Tax deadline approaches the AARP is still having tax aide at the Budarz theater until April 3rd please call ahead at 914-810-3384 to make an appointment 


 The Big Bunny will be back to ossining riding in on a fire truck on Saturday April 1st starting at 9:30 AM 

The Ossining Boat Canoe Club will have a Fine Art & Craft sale  on April 2nd from 12-4 PM at 1 Westerly Road Ossining NY 

The Bethany Arts Community center will be holding an interactive poetry reading Fridays April 7 from 7-9 PM 

The AMD PTA is holding there spring fundraiser a life in motion photography mini family photo sessions the dates available are April 20- May 13

The  westchester collaborative theater will have a 2023 spring fundraiser on Saturday April 22 from 7-11 PM ticket price will be 100 $ per attendee the event will feature a selection of 3 short one act plays and live performance by Anne Carpenter 

 Neighbors link will be offering free immigration legal help please call ahead 914-527-5994

 On May 20th fix your broken but beloved furniture for free at the Joseph Caputo community center from 11 A.M. to 3 P.M.

Mike Risko will have a summer Rock Band Camp for kids 5 & Up come and learn an instrument with a band and star in a show. 


Thank you and enjoy your weekend.

-          Liz

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  •  Neighbors Link will be offering technology classes free of charge on Thursdays from 10 – 11:30 AM for more information contact Christine Garcia at (914)940-4850 orThis email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • Please take a moment to consider donating to Ossining Padres Hispanos at 109 Croton Avenue they are in need of some of the items listed below any questions please contact Ms. Ana Caty Guzman at (845)216-2053
    • Blankets, Comforters, Pillows 
    • Beds,Mattress
    • pots,pans ,silverware
    • Teenage boys/girls hoodies and sweatpants 
    • New socks, underwear 
    • Warm jackets