Map & Directions

Maps to Town Departments:

Town of Ossining Municipal Offices, 16 Croton Ave, Ossining, New York 10562

John Paul Rodrigues Operations Center 101 New York 9A, Ossining, NY 10562
The Operations Center can only be reached from the Southbound lane of Route 9A and is between Route 134 and Route 133. The Town Building Department is on the second floor.

Joseph G. Caputo Community Center, 95 Broadway, Ossining, NY 10562.
Parks & Recreation Department and Senior Services.

Birdsall-Fagan Police/Court Facility, 86-88 Spring Street, Ossining, New York 10562

GIS Mapping Service for the Town of Ossining


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Tax Bill Online Payment

Holly Perlowitz, Receiver

16 Croton Avenue
Ossining, NY 10562
(914) 762-8790
fax (914) 762-0635
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Welcome to the Town of Ossining internet bill payment option.

Your Ossining Town/County and School tax bills are available online until they are paid. Paid bills drop off and are not available.

There is a fee of 2.8% for credit cards and $1.50 for using eChecks. NY State Law requires municipalities to pass these fees on to the consumer for tax payments.  The amount of the fee will be stated separately for your review before you pay the bill.

To find your bill, it is only necessary to enter 5 letters of your last name and 5 letters of your street name (no house numbers, please).

Taxes must be paid in reverse chronological order, with the newest first and the oldest one last. Be sure to check for your tax bills under the correct bill type:

  • Town/county for the proper year
  • 1st installment school tax
  • 2nd installment school tax
  • Tax Lien

All current taxes must be paid before you may pay a lien online.

Please call the Town of Ossining Tax Office at (914)762-8790 during normal business hours, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, if you experience a problem with our internet payment site.

Click here to proceed to Tax Bill Internet Payment.

Holly Perlowitz, Receiver of Taxes

Human Resources

Please use the links and navigation to the right for more specific information on Town of Ossining Empoyee Resources, Health Care, and Benefits, including County and State.

pdf Employment Application for the Town of Ossining (124 KB)

Job Opportunities


The Ossining community has many individuals with a wide variety of talents. If you would be willing to share your talents with your community as an instructor or volunteer, please contact the Recreation Office. We are always interested in presenting new and exciting programs.

Please contact the Parks and Recrecreation Department, 914-941-3189.

Lifeguards and Counselors

We have openings in a variety of areas. We need lifeguards and counselors at the Day Camps.

Please contact the Parks and Recrecreation Department, 914-941-3189.

American Red Cross Lifeguarding/First Aid and CPR/AED for the Professional Rescuer - ask in office.

Join the Ossining Volunteer Ambulance Corps

We need you to help us save lives!

  • It’s an opportunity to give back to your community
  • You’ll get free New York State approved training as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
  • Neighbors helping neighbors
  • It’s a great way for National Honor Society members to obtain credit for community service
  • You’ll have a real sense of pride and comradeship

"Oh, and how great is it to help save a life? — It’s really great!"

Contact the Corps at (914) 487-3091 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Even if you cannot make the commitment to join the Corps, there are many ways to help support our efforts. OVAC depends on the generosity of individuals and businesses. All donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law. Contact the Corps at the email address above.

54 Years of Emergency Service Providing Advanced Life Support since 1982

We’re here when you need us

pdf Download the OVAC Recruitment Poster (159 KB)


You Can Help Your Older Neighbors by Volunteering with

Community Helping Hands

Community Helping Hands is a non-profit, Aging in Place Organization.

CHH was formed to assist older adults who choose to stay in their own homes as they age.

We are looking for volunteer fundraisers, administrators, event planners and drivers. Whether you have an hour to spare or can devote more time, we have an opportunity for you.

Please contact us at 914-346-7773
P.O. Box 708 Ossining, NY 10562
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Working hand in hand to build a community that welcomes and honors our senior population.

Internships Available in Town of Ossining
High School and College Students Encouraged to Apply

The Town of Ossining is currently accepting applications from high school and college students for after school and summer internships. Students chosen for the internships will work in the Supervisor’s office and in various other Town offices. Students will gain office skills, writing experience, and project management knowledge, and will meet and work directly with municipal leaders. The timing of internships can be tailored to other academic or work obligations. Internships are unpaid positions.

Internships give students valuable work experience and the satisfaction of serving their home community. Internships are also an excellent way to learn in a real-life setting, and to explore possible interests for future career or academic choices. Any student interested in government or management are encouraged to apply.

For more information, contact the Town Supervisor’s office: 914-762-6001.


New York State Resources:

The New York State Deferred Compensation Plan


Health Care:

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Westchester County Department of Human Resources:

Looking for a rewarding career in public service?  The Westchester County Department of Human Resources administers civil service examinations for jobs at the County of Westchester, its local jurisdictions, and Westchester Medical Center.

You can find out about our current job openings, and jobs in demand for which there is an urgent need to fill.  As part of our commitment to helping Westchester County residents find the right job, we provide a list of on-line job search resources.        

If you are already a County employee or are interested in becoming one, you can get valuable information about benefits, including education, retirement, the Westchester County Telework program, and employee discounts.

Westchester County Resources:


New York State Health Insurance Program

Where you will find information on the New York State Health Insurance Program for State and Local Government for active employees. If you are a retiree, please visit NYSHIP Online for Retirees. In order to provide you with targeted information about your benefits, you will need to select your group (negotiating unit) and health insurance plan (Empire Plan or HMO) from the drop-down menu. If you are a New York State Active Employee and unsure of your group, our Enrollee Group Wizard will ask you a series of questions in order to determine which group you should select.

My New York State Health Insurance Program (MyNYSHIP), the online source to your personal enrollment record as a participant in the New York State Health Insurance Program (NYSHIP). This service is currently only available to New York State active employees.


New York State of Health

On Tuesday, October 1st, New York's Health Exchange Portal, called New York State of Health, will launch. Please help inform people about the importance of this launch and about New York State of Health by distributing the information below. For specific questions, please call the NY State of Health Customer Service Call center at 1-855-355-5777 or visit

Click to download the following One-Page Fact Sheets for:

pdf  Mid-Hudson Region Fact Sheet
pdf  Why It Is Now Easier to Pay for Health Insurance
pdf  Health Insurance for Small Businesses
pdf  Health Insurance for Young Adults
pdf  Health Insurance for Immigrants

Please take a moment to review the Fact Sheets.


What is NY State of Health?

NY State of Health provides one-stop shopping for health insurance coverage, assisting individuals and businesses in easily comparing health plan options, enrolling in qualified health plans, and sharing information about available tax credits and cost-sharing subsidies.  NY State of Health has two programs: the Individual Marketplace and the Small Business Marketplace for employers with 50 or fewer employees.

NY State of Health Enrollment

Open Enrollment begins October 1, 2013.  Individuals may enroll in health plans during open enrollment, which spans from October 1, 2013 - March 31, 2014, or with a qualifying event.  Individuals who qualify for Medicaid/CHP may enroll any month of the year. Small employers may choose open enrollment dates for their employees any month of the year.

NY State of Health Web Portal

The NY State of Health Web Portal makes it easy to shop, compare, and enroll.  This one portal processes applications for Medicaid, Child Health Plus, Individual Marketplace, and Small Business Market Place.  Visit for more information.

NY State of Health Customer Service Call Center

The NY State of Health Customer Service Call Center offers access to Exchange experts to assist in answering questions and enrolling in NY State of Health. Customer service is proved in over 170 languages.  The Center is open Monday - Friday from 8am - 5pm and can be reached at 1-855-355-5777.

NY State of Health In Person Assistors

NY State of Health offers In-Person assistors to answer questions and assist in enrollment.  To find your nearest In-Person location...
call the Customer Service Call Center at 1-855-355-5777
visit > Resources > Navigator and Plan Maps.

For more detailed information, please visit the NY State of Health website at

Traffic Violations Bureau

Nancy Quinn Koba, Justice
Michael L. Tawil, Justice
Mark Reisman, Justice

Court Clerks: Ann Carroll Malone, Maria Carbone

86 Spring Street
Ossining, NY 10562
phone (914) 762-8562
fax (914) 762-8304
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pdf Parking Fines - Town of Ossining (49 KB)

pdf Traffic Infraction Fines (55 KB)



In order to ease the burden of local criminal courts with respect to the adjudication of traffic infractions, including parking offenses, a city, town or village may, by ordinance or local law, authorize its local court to establish a “traffic violations bureau.” (General Municipal Law § 370 [1].)   A traffic violations bureau so established is authorized to resolve by guilty pleas violations of local parking ordinances and state traffic infractions, except for speeding and “red light” violations. (General Municipal Law § 371 [1].)

The Traffic Violations Bureau of the Justice Court of the Town of Ossining (“TVB”) became operational on January 1, 2012, the date the Town Justice Court acquired the jurisdiction of the Village Justice Court. Before that date, the Town Board, pursuant to section 372 of the General Municipal Law, enacted section 48-6 of the Town of Ossining Code, which gave the Town Justice Court the authority to create, operate, and supervise the TVB.

A person charged with one or more traffic infractions, other than speeding or “red light” offenses, and/or with parking offenses, may answer each such infraction and/or offense at the TVB, either in person at the courthouse, 86 Spring Street, Ossining, New York 10562, or by mail sent to that address. The answer can be either “not guilty” or “guilty.”

If the answer is “not guilty” or if no answer is asserted, the Town Justice Court will adjudicate the infractions and/or parking offenses on the court date specified either in the ticket or a subsequent date. If the Court’s adjudication of a traffic infraction and/or parking offense is “guilty,” the Court may impose a fine greater than the fine that the TVB had the authority to impose.

If the answer is “guilty,” the person so pleading must waive in writing an in-court arraignment and the assistance of counsel and pay the court-ordered fine, which the TVB has the authority to impose for each traffic infraction [ pdf Traffic Infraction Fines (55 KB) ] and/or for each parking offense [ pdf Parking Fines (49 KB) ]. The Court only has the authority to establish the fines the TVB has the authority to impose (General Municipal Law § 372), all of which must be within the limit of the maximum fines applicable for each parking offense, pursuant to the Village of Ossining Code and the Town of Ossining Code, and within the limit of the maximum fines applicable for each traffic infraction, pursuant to the State Vehicle and Traffic Law.   Fines may be paid in U.S. currency (correct change required), by postal money order, or by credit card (MasterCard or Visa only).

Clerks, and not justices of the Court, staff the TVB. The TVB clerks have no authority to dismiss traffic infractions and/or parking offenses.

If a person with a valid Village of Ossining parking tag or permit receives a ticket for parking at a location permitted by the tag or permit, he or she should consider following the following procedure:

  1. Answer the ticket, before the court date, by pleading “not guilty.”
  2. Prepare a letter to the Village Prosecutor requesting that the ticket be “dismissed in the interest of justice.” Include in the letter your name and contact information (street and email address), a copy of the ticket, your vehicle registration, and the tag/permit, and state the facts in support of the request for dismissal, including any other documents or evidence in support of the request.
  3. Deliver or mail the request to the Traffic Violations Bureau, 86 Spring Street, Ossining, New York 10562; Attention: Village Prosecutor.

Complete the above procedure with enough time to permit review and appropriate action by the Village Prosecutor and Court before the assigned court date for the ticket. Unless the Court notifies you that the ticket has been dismissed, you must appear in court on the assigned date.


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.