Town Concerts and Summer Concert Series
Join us every weekend this summer for free music at Louis Engel Park!
NEW YORK STATE COURT HELP
Going to Court? Find the Help You Need to Represent Yourself in NY Courts
Visit the NY Court Help and DIY Court Forms at www.nycourthelp.gov.
The Court Help website can help you when you don’t have a lawyer
- Find court forms and DIY Forms.
- Locate court addresses and Help Centers.
- Learn about foreclosures, custody, divorce, name changes, cases for money, child support, criminal cases, appeals, going to court, and more.
Free and easy step-by-step programs to help you fill out your court forms. These computer programs ask you questions. The program then uses your answers to prepare instructions and court forms for your case.
DIY Forms available now include - Vacate Default Judgement, Nonpayment Petition, Squatter Holdover Petition, Licensee Holdover Petition.
Resources and Online Help
Town of Ossining General Code: http://www.ecode360.com/OS0797
Village of Ossining General Code: http://www.ecode360.com/OS1500
Glossary of Common Legal Terms: http://www.nycourts.gov/courthelp/GoingToCourt/glossary.shtml
Small Claims proceeding, please consult the Small Claims Guide prepared by the New York State Unified Court System.
Small Claims Actions: http://www.nycourts.gov/courts/townandvillage/faqs.shtml
Landlord/Tenant Proceedings: http://www.nycourts.gov/courts/townandvillage/faqs.shtml
Landlords Looking to Commence Actions: https://www.nycourts.gov/courts/6jd/townvillage/HoldSummProc.pdf
Criminal Cases: http://www.nycourts.gov/courts/townandvillage/faqs.shtml
Criminal Justice System Handbook: http://www.nycourts.gov/litigants/crimjusticesyshandbk.shtml
Vehicle and Traffic Cases: http://www.nycourts.gov/courts/townandvillage/faqs.shtml
This is the Town Historian page.
Content and Events Calendar coming soon.
Please send an email if you would like more information or would like to participate in any events.
Ban the Barges, Protect Our Hudson
In recognition of our mutual concern for the economic vitality, environmental health, and public safety of the Hudson River and its surrounding communities, we stand united as the Hudson River Waterfront Alliance (HRWA). The HRWA commits to collaborative examination of the local and regional impacts of the proposed anchorage sites; to providing information regarding the proposal to residents and stakeholders; and to utilizing its collective resources to protect and preserve the interests of the Hudson River communities we serve.
Ban the Barges is an advocacy campaign opposing a proposal by the Maritime Association of the Port of New York and New Jersey and the American Waterways Operators to establish 10 or more new barge anchorage sites on the Hudson River from Yonkers stretching up 70 miles to Kingston.
The Yonkers Extension Anchorage Ground would cover approximately 715 acres for up to 16 vessels and provide a vessel swing radius of approximately 1,200 feet for each vessel. This proposal will effectively result in continuous, end-to-end barge traffic or “parking” from the Westchester border straight into Dobby Ferry, with additional parking directly in front of the Indian Point nuclear power facility.
The shores of the Hudson River should be a place where our residents and visitors can gather to live, work and play. The Hudson River Waterfront Communities oppose this proposal and is asking residents, business leaders, community organizers and others to act on our behalf in preserving our beautiful waterfront.
Map of Anchorage Sites (click on map below to download the full-size PDF map)