The Town of Ossining wants your input!
For more information please visit www.sustainableossining.com
The Town of Ossining is developing a comprehensive plan as a framework for a more sustainable Ossining. The Plan will provide a blueprint for future growth and preservation of the Town. Over the next several months, the Town will be developing a new Comprehensive Plan, with input from local residents, workers, and business owners through public workshops to identify goals and strategies for a sustainable future.
Sustainable Ossining is a plan for the future. The Town of Ossining’s Comprehensive Plan is a sustainable framework establishing policies for the area’s long-range planning and development. This Comprehensive Plan will create a blueprint for a more environmental, equitable, and economically sound Town of Ossining.
The Town of Ossining, New York is developing a Comprehensive Plan with sustainability elements, including a dedicated section on improving bikeability and walkability in the community. The town will submit for Climate Smart Communities Certification in the near future, with deliverables from this project utilized to qualify for certification under the following Pledge Element 6 actions: Comprehensive Plan with Sustainability Elements and Planning and Infrastructure for Bicycling and Walking. The Town of Ossining is working with Pace University Land Use Law Center and Westchester County on this project. This project has been funded in part by the Climate Smart Community Grant Program, Title 15 of the Environmental Protection Fund through the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
- Last Updated: 22 November 2019 22 November 2019
Get involved in the Comprehensive Plan!
The Town of Ossining is seeking residents, business owners, and other community stakeholders to participate in the Town’s Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee.
All submissions are due by Friday, December 20, 2019, 4:30pm.
All submissions are due by Friday, December 20, 2019, 4:30pm.
- Last Updated: 05 July 2019 05 July 2019
FREE Fitness Classes Offered in Ossining
The Town of Ossining and Open Door Family Medical Center have teamed up for the fourth consecutive year to offer Mind, Body, Spirit, Ossining — a series of FREE, outdoor community exercise classes taking place throughout Ossining’s beautiful parks and open spaces. Kicking off mid-June, the program is a joint effort of local businesses and organizations committed to encouraging physical activity and healthy lifestyles for all community members.
Trained fitness instructors will lead free classes for people of all ages, shapes and skill levels. Participants can learn new, fun ways to improve their overall health and wellness and receive information about other wellness opportunities offered by the Town of Ossining, Open Door, Studio95 Zumba, Solarah Delphi, Delphi Dance Ensemble, Ben Leavitt, UMAC Briarcliff, Club Fit, and Crossover Yoga.
Mind, Body, Spirit – Ossining events will be scheduled on weekends beginning Saturday, June 15th and ending Sunday, September 29th. Events are promoted in weekly Supervisor’s Updates, the Town of Ossining Facebook page, and summer program calendar shared with families in the Ossining School District. For more information about Town and Village Parks, please visit this link: https://rebrand.ly/MBS-Ossining.
Here are some events from past summers:
Club Fit Instructors led monthly workouts for all ages, ranging from yoga at the waterfront to self defense at Sparta Park;
Enrique Rosario from ICU Fit Training held Mother’s Day and Father’s Day workouts for Ossining’s superstar caregivers, as well as other specialized workouts throughout the summer and fall;
Sue Radparvar of Studio95 Zumba hosts her popular Saturday afternoon Zumba workouts, stay tuned for some new offerings from Sue, including Zumba toning, Strong by Zumba, and Zumba Kids;
Delphi Dance Ensemble led free belly dance classes in June and July, come to learn basic belly dance moves and boost your self-confidence; and
Americorps Members with Open Door Family Medical Center offered special Recess Rocks workouts for kids, keeping recess and wellness going all summer long.
Subscribe to the Supervisor’s Updates, and like the Town’s Facebook page for event information as they are scheduled.
LOCATIONS AND MAPS:
Businesses looking to send us ideas for new classes, please submit the form below.
- Last Updated: 31 October 2019 31 October 2019
The Towns of Ossining and New Castle and the Village of Ossining were recently awarded a grant from the Hudson River Valley Greenway to develop a plan for an Open Space/Bike Lane/Commerce Connectivity Corridor, which would create enhanced pedestrian and bike access between commercial zones and open space in the Ossining and New Castle area. This plan aims to connect the Ossining Train Station to the business districts in downtown Ossining and along North State Road, reaching the Millwood Hamlet, as well as to the many beloved open spaces in the region.
This trail network will be an “Emerald Necklace” for the region, bolstering economic development and the tourism industry, while reducing the community’s environmental impact through the conservation of open space and decreased dependence on cars for transportation. These improvements for pedestrian and bike access and safety are expected to be especially beneficial to the many residents in our community that do not have access to a car for transportation to and from work, school, and play.
An inter-municipal task force has been established and has begun the process of identifying potential routes to bring the plan to fruition. The task force is comprised of individuals that represent various stakeholder groups and municipal leaders involved in this project – the Towns of Ossining, New Castle, and Yorktown; the Villages of Ossining and Briarcliff Manor; Westchester County Department of Planning; Westchester County Department of Transportation; New York State Department of Transportation; New York State Assemblywoman Sandy Galef’s Office; Westchester Cycle Club; Yorktown Trail Town; and the Town of Ossining Environmental Advisory Committee.
We need your help!
The MOGO Task Force invites you to submit input on draft maps:
MOGO Task Force invites you to submit comments on the Empire State Trail plan:
Any questions or additional comments? Please contact the Town Supervisor’s office at (914) 762-6001.
This project is supported by the Towns of Ossining, New Caste, the Village of Ossining, Westchester County and a Hudson River Valley Greenway Grant.
- Last Updated: 21 May 2020 21 May 2020
2020 Reappraisal Project
THE APPRAISAL PROCESS
In 2019, the Town Board voted to conduct a reappraisal update of all real property located in the Town of Ossining for 2020. This project will provide the highest level of assessment accuracy.
Tyler Technologies, the firm that was awarded this project, is currently the oldest and largest provider of this service. Tyler Technologies has performed reassessment projects in New York State and nationally, since 1938, and also performed one for Ossining.
The most critical aspect of this project is the collection of accurate data. In order to correct discrepancies/errors or verify information about your property in the next few weeks, a data collector from Tyler will be visiting your property to perform a physical inspection. Your cooperation is appreciated and essential to establishing an accurate assessment.
folder Revaluation and Reappraisal - All relevant documents in directory
2014-2016 Total Town Revaluation
This project is just getting underway and this page will serve as your main resource and reference for the Total Revaluation and ongoing assessments.
Westchester County Reassessment - English:
Westchester County Reassessment - Spanish:
pdf Tyler Technologies Presentation (9.90 MB) Work Session 3/18/2014
Tyler Technologies Website: http://mmrc.tylertech.com/_dnn/