Happy Friday Everyone! 

This Thursday officials from the Town and Village attended the Westchester Municipal Officials Association meeting. The speaker was from the Westchester County Emergency Management Services talking about the poor response time and increasing need for mutual aid as EMS systems become more strained for resources. A big shout out to OVAC and Chief Nick Franzozo for being recognized not only for their exemplary service but for setting an example of how an ambulance district could provide coverage as well as expanded services to their community. They were also thanked for covering many of the mutual aid calls throughout the County. There is now a new county system in place to help insure full coverage in all of Westchester. 

This past Sunday, the Girl Scouts visited Town Hall. It was lots of fun to host our future leaders and teach them about democracy.  



The good news is they are finally fixing our potholes, the bad news there will be some traffic delays as the DOT continues their work. 

One Lane Expected to Close Along State Route 9A in Westchester County

The New York State Department of Transportation is advising Westchester County motorists that one lane is expected to close along State Route 9A in each direction between State Route 117 in the Town of Mount Pleasant and U.S. Route 9 in the Town of Ossining, weekdays beginning Tuesday, February 7 through Monday, February 13, between 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m., to facilitate roadway work, weather permitting.

Motorists are urged to slow down and drive responsibly in work zones. Fines are doubled for speeding in a work zone.  Convictions of two or more speeding violations in a work zone could result in the suspension of an individual’s driver license.

For up-to-date travel information, call 511, visit www.511NY.org or download the free 511NY mobile app.

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

  • Ossining Public Library: Saturday, February 11, 2023 at 3:00pm, join author Ebony Roberts and the Talk Literacy Book Club for a discussion about her novel The Love Prison Made and Unmade — Registration is not required and it will be located at The Budarz Theater

  • 12 more days until the Gullotta House escape from sing sing plunge there is still time to register to support to register donate or sponsor in Ossining please go to Gullotahouse.org


  • 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 

  • Mike Risko Music is offering how to kick stage fright to the curb classes open to everyone come visit them at 144 Croton Avenue 


  • Club Fit in Briarcliff will be having a motherhood prenatal and postnatal workout series starting February 9 until March 3rd


  • The Ossining Recreation and Parks is hosting a Middle School Rec Night come join the Recreation center for a night of friends, pizza, games & fun.



  • Ossining Early Childhood PTA is requesting books for their first book fundraiser. The PTA will greatly appreciate books for kids ages 8-9 they will be accepting donations until February 28.


  • Join Habitat Stewards / Ryder park for national invasive species awareness week with vine cutting, detangling and more on February 25th 9-11AM at Ryder Park.  

  • Join the ossining public library on February 15 at 6:00 PM  for some chess with Detective Chavez and other players of all skill levels and ages! 


  • Logrea Dance Academy is happy to announce that the You & Me dance classes are back.  Visit them at 2 Dale avenue . 

  • Westchester County is seeking applicants for Seasonal Park Rangers. These positions are great for young adults who are considering a career in law enforcement. 


  • From Thursday February 2nd to Friday April 14th AARP Tax aide will be at the Ossining Public Library with trained volunteers to help you fill out our 2022 Taxes. To make an appointment please call 914-810-3384 and leave a message



  •  Get your tickets before they sell out for the Harlem Magic Masters VS. O Town Dribblers . After 4 years we are happy to announce the ossining PTA is bringing back this event. Come see Dr. Sanchez , Mr Merry, Mrs Sibiski, Mr Taavrez and many others  compete against the Harlem Magic Masters.



  • Sing Sing Youth Lacrosse is now open for Spring Registration. The close off date is Wednesday March 15,2023. Spring Practice Schedule

Spring Practice Begins the Week of 3/13* 

Boys 1/2; 3/4; and 5/6: Wed. & Fri. 6:00-7:30 at OHS

Girls: Tue. & Thur. 6:00-7:30 at OHS

K: Tue. & Thur. 6:00-7:00 at OHS

*Location Subject to Change if there is a varsity or JV game. https://sing-sing-youth-lacrosse-club.leaguemanagement.us...

  • The Ossining JCYS Little League Baseball & Softball is now open for spring registration and will close on Friday March 24th.  https://www.ossiningjcysll.com

Black History Month Events

  • Starting January 28th through March 3rd, at Bethany Arts Community there will a Black History month exhibit curated by Ossining Village Historian Joyce Sharrock Cole. The exhibit is free to the public. Curated tours can be scheduled and have a fee of $25 per person.

  • To celebrate Black History Month, Westchester Collaborative Theater in partnership with Shades Rep will present “Haven”, a play written and directed by award-winning playwright/director Samuel Harps. 


  • On February 10 at the hudson valley books for humanity (67 Central Ave Ossining, NY 10562 United States) will be bringing in two guests Ms. Joyce Sharrock Cole and Mr. Kendall Buchanan this event will start promptly at 7:30.

That’s all from me as your Town Supervisor! For upcoming events and more, click here to go to the blog.Be sure to check out our new 2023 waste and recycling calendar for changes to your pickup schedule - or, better yet, download the Recycle Right app if you have not already done so. It’s the easiest way to stay current with waste and recycling schedules. Click here to download forAndroid and here for iOS.

Thank you and enjoy your weekend.

-          Liz

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