Dana Levenberg, Town Supervisor
phone (914) 762-6001
fax (914) 762-0833
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, 9:00 am - 2:30 pm due to COVID restrictions.
- Last Updated: 18 June 2019 18 June 2019
First things first-- congratulations to former Town Councilwoman Karen D'Attore, who began her role as Village Manager in the Village of Ossining this past Monday! We wish her and the Village the very best of luck, and know that things are in good hands with Karen behind the wheel. And come on, how great does she look in that chair?
- Last Updated: 11 June 2019 11 June 2019
We are finally ready for the big reveal you've been waiting for.... the 2019 Summer Concert Series Lineup has been announced! We are so excited to be partnering with the Greater Ossining Chamber of Commerce this year to offer not just live music, but Food Truck Fridays every Friday in July and August. We are all set up to have a great summer in Ossining-- all that's missing is you! (That's easily fixed of course.)
Do you own a local business who may like to sponsor the series? Or are you friendly with a food truck who may want to come to Ossining? Send them these links or have them contact the Chamber office at (914) 941-0009.
- Last Updated: 04 June 2019 04 June 2019
We have certainly earned this sunny day after all that rain! The start of summer is still 3 weeks away, but never fear-- the Louis Engel Spray Park is officially open for the season! Until school ends, this is "weekends only" between 12PM and 7PM-- but once school is out, you can come to Engel Park to cool down every day until Labor Day! This season we are debuting our new splash pad thanks to a $100,000 grant from Senator David Carlucci. We are hoping to have an official ribbon cutting sometime this summer on a weekday when school is out – stay tuned!
Speaking of Parks, our guys have been running around Town to make sure everything is in tip-top shape for the warm weather. They relined spots at the Waterfront...
... to ensure ADA accessibility for all of our park-goers.
- Last Updated: 28 May 2019 28 May 2019
It sure is quiet the Friday before Memorial Day Weekend! Please consider joining us for the ceremonies scheduled in our community on Monday to honor those that have given everything in service to our country. In Ossining, the Memorial Day Parade will step off at 9:30AM in front of Melrose Lumber on Croton Avenue, ending with a service at Nelson Park at the other end of the parade route. In Briarcliff Manor, we will gather at the Briarcliff Fire Department on Pleasantville Road beginning at 11:30AM, then take a short walk to Law Park Pavilion for a ceremony at 12:15PM.
We partnered again with the Ossining Girl Scouts to make wreaths representing Ossining's Veterans and Community Organizations at the Memorial Day Ceremony at Nelson Park. Thank you to Troops #2353, 1470, 2587, 2600, 2034, 2205, 2226, 1215, 2237, 2233, 2347, and 2648 for their hard work honoring these important organizations. Here is a sneak peek of what we received -- be sure to make your way over to Nelson Park to see all of the beautiful wreaths!
- Last Updated: 20 May 2019 20 May 2019
First thing's first-- today is National Pizza Party Day! Each year, this holiday is celebrated on the 3rd Friday in May. Whether you make your own or call in for delivery, don't miss your chance to celebrate tonight-- maybe a pizza crawl?
Second thing's second-- earlier this week, a project that we have been working on for several months was finally completed-- a company called CGI produces a series of short videos for the Town at no cost to us to encourage folks to relocate here. It's an opportunity to show off our best assets, including our facilities, our business, and of course, our people. The videos are embedded in the Town's homepage and debuted today-- make sure to take a look. I suspect you may see some familiar faces...
I was pleased to be part of the chartering of the Greater Ossining Kiwanis Club, one of the first new Kiwanis Club’s to be chartered in this area in 40 years-- this international organization focuses efforts on improving outcomes for children and youth and is a perfect addition to our Volunteer-Spirited Town!
We were lucky to have many of the Kiwanians from the region join us for this special meeting, some from Spring Valley, a past governor of Kiwanis from Staten Island, Port Chester members and more.
I hope this new service organization will help us find even more ways to support our youth throughout our community, and certainly with Susanne Donnelly and Cynthia Smart, Michael Grant and Richard Hall at the helm, I have every confidence we will.