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 23rd, 2017

 

If you are reading this in time, you can still catch some awesome live music tonight. Vibe Theory, a local favorite, is playing at 8PM at the Steamer Firehouse Gallery. Tickets are $15 at the door-- come in and escape the drizzly rain while you rock out to some great original tunes.

 

 

If you are not reading this in time, no sweat (unless you are outdoors today, in which case, lots of sweat)-- our Summer Concert Series is on the way! The Series kicks off on Monday, July 3rd with the Independence Day Fireworks celebration featuring reggae cover band Tribal Legacy, and goes all the way through Labor Day Weekend. We are looking forward to a great season down at Louis Engel Park, I hope to see you there! (As a reminder-- on Monday the 3rd, commuters will not be able to cross the bridge into or out of the Metro North lot between 4PM and 10PM, when the fireworks are over. Please plan your travels accordingly.)

 

 

 

 

Read more: Supervisor's Update- June 23rd, 2017

Supervisor's Update- June 16th, 2017

 

Tonight, despite the swirling skies, we are still on track for some great fun in Ossining! At 5:30PM, the Town and Village will join the Ossining School District in an end of the year celebration of the Ossining Basics Program. This event was originally scheduled to take place at Louis Engel Park, but the decision was made late yesterday to switch to an indoor venue-- I hope you will join us at the Park School Gymnasium tonight (Friday, June 16th) at 5:30PM to celebrate another successful year of learning with our youngest residents. 

 

 

Then at 7:30PM, the Ossining PBA will be hosting "Finding Dory" as part of their "Movies in the Park" program-- however, due to the weather, it has been decided to re-locate the event to the Joseph G. Caputo Community Center. A big thanks to our local PBA for providing this great family event to kick off the weekend.

 

 

Speaking of Parks, our crew has continued to work at a fever pitch to get Ryder pavilion and fields ready for the start of camp (today is the last day to register-- call the Recreation Office at 941-3189 or check out the information pamphlet here.) The drainage work to prepare for next week's gutter installation at the Pavilion will be completed on Monday (they have laid all but 60 feet of box drain) and everything (the area around the concrete Pavilion floor and the path up to the comfort station) is ready to be paved. 

 

 

 

Read more: Supervisor's Update- June 16th, 2017

Supervisor's Update- June 9th, 2017

 

I hope you will consider kicking off your weekend with the Ossining Jazz Festival tonight! There will be a double bill at 7:30PM tonight (Friday, 6/9) and tomorrow (Saturday, 6/10)-- if you plan to attend on both nights, be sure to pick up a Two Night Festival Pass to see all 4 bands this weekend.

 

Before I get into all of the other exciting community events coming up this weekend, I want to share some important information about what we've been up to this week.

On Tuesday evening at our Town Board Work Session, we were joined by our Town Assessor Fernando Gonzalez who shared with us some information about the recent mailing of "Change in Assessment" notices. If you'd like to hear his presentation to the Board, you can check out the Town's Youtube site (Fernando's presentation starts about 2 minutes in.) Fernando shared a lot of valuable information, much of which we have consolidated into an FAQ document and an accompanying chart of the neighborhood delineations, which you can find on the Assessor's page.

 

Read more: Supervisor's Update- June 9th, 2017

Supervisor's Update- June 2nd, 2017

 

 

I just got back from the D.A.R.E. graduation at Roosevelt School, and it was wonderful to see so many of our Ossining students committing to making smart and healthy life choices. 

 

 

(Speaking of our students, do you have a child in your household who may want to try out for Cheerleading this year? Or maybe someone who wants to play Flag or Tackle Football? Registration is now open-- click here to find out more.)

 

 

If you are reading this on Friday evening, there is still time for you to catch some great live music tonight. Ossining Live! begins at Louis Engel Park at 4:00PM and goes until 7:30PM. Come check out our Ossining students perform at our beautiful waterfront to kick off your weekend.

 

 

Read more: Supervisor's Update- June 2nd, 2017

Supervisor's Update- May 26th, 2017

 Tonight is a big night in Ossining- the Village's "Light the Downtown" kicks off at 7:45PM.

 

 

The Village Board, in concert with the Downtown Development Committee, put together this great project to add LED lights to 50 trees in the downtown area, as well as hired a contractor to craft iron fences to contain each tree well. I hope you'll go for a stroll downtown tonight and check out the result of all of this hard work. The Greater Ossining Chamber of Commerce will provide the tunes, and all restaurants who will be offering specials related to the event will be marked with balloons, so head down and grab some delicious bites and cool off with a drink to kick off the long weekend in style! (And, if you want to adopt a tree well, there are still a few available- you can get more information here.)

 

Meanwhile, in the Town, we have a ton of work going on in our Town Parks to get ready for the season. While the weather has been up and down this week, our Parks crew used the one sunny day on Wednesday to get the Briarcliff Field at Ryder Park ready for action. You might recall that earlier this year, the Briarcliff Little League approached the Town Board about expanding the field, which originally was only suitable for 60' x 40' play, to also accommodate play on a 50' x 70' diamond. In addition, the Little League offered to pay for the appropriate amount of clay and a second set of bases. While the Town agreed and received this check several months ago, the clay was just delivered last week and here are the results in a "Before" and "After" set.

Read more: Supervisor's Update- May 26th, 2017

Town Board Contacts

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

Council Members: Karen D'Attore, Elizabeth Feldman, Jackie Shaw, Northern Wilcher Jr.