Supervisor - Dana Levenberg

Dana Levenberg, Town Supervisor
phone (914) 762-6001
fax (914) 762-0833
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16 Croton Avenue
Ossining, NY 10562

The Supervisor's Office is located on the third floor of the Town offices. Office hours are Monday - Friday, 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.


Supervisor's Update- June 22nd, 2018

Whatcha doin tonight? At 7PM tonight, we are kicking off our 2018 Summer Concert Series with Roadhouse Roosters, so come celebrate the start of summer with some funky tunes and a picnic on the Hudson River.  Bring a lawn chair or blanket and a picnic dinner, or plan to order Mediterranean delights from the Gyro Uno food truck. It's looking a little cloudy, but it should be a dry night here in Ossining, so I look forward to rocking out with the Roosters and with you!



If you don't get enough to eat at the concert, consider popping up the hill to 6 Degrees of Separation and testing out their new menu-- word on the street is there is a new chef, and he may look a little familiar if you're used to dining out around Ossining!



As part of the Summer Concert Series, we will hold a concert every Friday night through Labor Day Weekend (with the exception of Friday, August 3rd-- that concert will be moved to Thursday, August 2nd), with a wide variety of music styles that will engage the whole family. Additionally, the Independence Day Fireworks will be held on Tuesday, July 3rd-- the Jon Bates Band will join us at 7:30PM before the fireworks get started at around 9:15PM. Come early to get a good spot, and plan to enjoy food from one of the many food trucks and purveyors including some of the old faves.

Read more: Supervisor's Update- June 22nd, 2018

Supervisor's Update- June 15th, 2018


If you are reading this on Friday night-- take note! Gullotta House is hosting Family Fun Night down at Louis Engel Park tonight between 6PM and 8:30PM-- procees to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. If you leave soon, you will still have time to catch one of Ossining's legendary sunsets over the Hudson, too.


Also tonight-- bring the kids to the Joseph G. Caputo Recreation Center at 95 Broadway for a free screening of Disney's "Moana" starting at 6:30PM-- chips and drinks will be provided. This is a family friendly event, but best for kids between Kindergarten and 4th Grade.

Read more: Supervisor's Update- June 15th, 2018

Supervisor's Update- June 8th, 2018


I am very excited to get this weekend going! Most of us in Ossining think of the Village Fair as the real kick-off to summer, and it's almost here! I hope that you will join me, along with several thousand of your friends and neighbors from Ossining and throughout Westchester, for a fun day of live music, food, shopping and general merrymaking. If you plan to drive to downtown, please remember to give yourself plenty of time to find parking-- it's usually a little tight. However, since the weather is expected to be nice, why not walk it? (Or, at least, some of it?)



Make sure you stop by the Town of Ossining booths outside of Bob's Army Navy-- the Town Environmental Advisory Committee, along with Green Ossining, will be there to teach you more about how you can get involved in making our community more sustainable, and at the Town table, learn about our upcoming events this summer, including the 3rd year of Mind, Body, Spirit Ossining! Check out the 2018 schedule here.



As a special reminder, due to the Fair, there will be no Ossining Farmer's Market this Saturday. However, there will be plenty to snack on at the Fair itself, so you won't go hungry, we promise!


Read more: Supervisor's Update- June 8th, 2018

Supervisor's Update- June 1st, 2018

First thing's first-- what are you doing behind your computer? Don't you know it's National Doughnut Day? Our very own First Village Coffee on Main Street is hosting a pop-up with Peaceful Provisions, the makers of some of the finest donuts you ever will taste, from 5PM to 8PM tonight (they happen to be vegan, but if I hadn't mentioned it, you wouldn't have guessed.) Go get one and then come back to the update. I'll wait. 


We had a great week in Ossining. Since we last spoke, two new businesses have opened their doors in our downtown to great acclaim. On Friday evening, the long-awaited Sing Sing Kill Brewery hosted a ribbon cutting at their home on Spring Street, the weather was perfect and the crowd was eager!


After the ribbon cutting, we all gathered inside to get a taste of what they've been cooking up-- aside from a beautiful, clean, industrial-chic atmosphere, the beer is delicious and the brewery offers a great selection. You can even grab a "crowler" (a giant can) of your favorite to bring home with you!


Read more: Supervisor's Update- June 1st, 2018

Supervisor's Update- May 25th, 2018

Heading into the holiday weekend and things are looking good from 16 Croton! There are many great activities going on around Ossining this weekend, beginning with some events this very evening. I am on my way to the ribbon cutting of Ossining's newest business, the Sing Sing Kill Brewery on Spring Street-- will you come join us for a cold one when the tap room opens at 5PM? If not, don't worry-- they will be open all weekend (tonight until 11PM, tomorrow from 1PM to 11PM, and Sunday & Monday from 1PM to 10PM), so come enjoy some down time in their beautiful new space that has been granted NYS Farm Brewery status, which means they use only ingredients local to the Hudson Valley. Check their website to learn more about the history of this locally owned business and to see some photos of how far they've come. Congratulations!



When you're done trying some of the offerings at the Brewery, consider heading down the hill to Water Street. Westchester Collaborative Theater will be presenting their newest Play In the Box production, a performance series that offers member playwrights an opportunity to present their never before seen plays to an audience at our black box theater.  ​The plays, all self-produced by the playwrights featuring actors and directors of their choice, range from readings to fully staged performances. Following each play, the audience is asked to become part of the creative process through talk-backs that assist the playwrights in identifying what works and what doesn’t in the plays. There is a $5 suggested donation at the door.


Going to be on the other side of Town? The Soul Projekt, one of our favorite local bands, will be playing at Maya Riviera tonight at 8:30PM-- make your way to this great spot on North State Road a little earlier and grab a table for dinner before a fun evening of jazz.


Read more: Supervisor's Update- May 25th, 2018

Town Board Contacts

Town Supervisor: Dana Levenberg - phone (914) 762-6001 - fax (914) 762-0833

Council Members: Elizabeth Feldman, Jackie Shaw, Northern Wilcher Jr.