Department of Public Works 1 Stanley Ave, Dobbs Ferry, NY10522 This office is responsible for recycling, sanitation, pick-up, street repairs, snow removal, refuse pick-up, storm…More drains, sewers and building maintenance. When visiting, don't be deterred if you have trouble finding the building; it's well hidden! When facing New York Sports Club, look left and when you see a giant pyramid of street salt, walk towards it.
Hastings-on-Hudson Public Works Department 7 Maple Ave, Hastings on Hudson, NY10706 The Hastings-on-Hudson public works department employs 21 workers and a superintendent, Michael Gunther, who oversees…More all services. This office is in charge of garbage collection, recycling, bulk and metal removal, street maintenance, storm drains, sewers, street-writing, street sweeping, snow and ice removal and tree removal.
Greenburgh Parks and Recreation Department 11 Olympic Ln, Ardsley, NY10502 Greenburgh Parks and Recreation Department is a government department overseeing numerous programs and facilities in…More the community. The department offers a wide range of programs for adults, teens and children, including individuals with disabilities such as softball, tennis and baseball instruction. It also oversees Taxter Ridge Park Preserve, Glenville Woods, community parks, tennis courts, nature preserves, athletic fields, playgrounds and aquatic facilities.
Glassless Mirror Manufacturers 2 S Astor St, Irvington, NY10533 Glassless Mirror Manufacturers makes and sells custom-designed shatterproof glassless mirrors that are perfect for your…More business, including scrim and projection mirrors. Visit the Web site to get a quote.
United States Postal Service 25 N Buckhout St, Irvington, NY10533 A friendly staff welcomes you to this small but convenient branch of the United States Postal Office. Mailing and…More shipping services as well as stamps are available. There are two tables for preparing your mailing materials with a host of supplies to purchase if needed. A bulletin board publicizes local events.
United States Post Office 25 N Buckhout St, Irvington, NY10533 This United States Post Office facility is spacious and clean with ample parking in the street. There is a handy…More self-service area to purchase stamps, weigh packages and deposit envelopes. Three well-stocked tables are provided for your labeling and packaging needs. All USPS packaging materials are available including priority mail and express mail boxes, envelopes and labels. Post offices boxes are available to rent, and packaging and mailing supplies are for sale. Additionally, the USPS has Create Your Own Photo Stamp kits for sale.
Constructed in 1902, The Village of Irvington's Town Hall is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The…More building houses the village clerk and treasure's office, the building department and the administrator's office. The Justice Court is also held in the Town Hall every Monday at 9:30 a.m., this court alternates between cases involving traffic law and criminal court cases.</p>
<p>The Irvington Town Hall Theater is on the upper level of the Town Hall. The theater screens a variety of contemporary, classic and independent films.</p>
<p>Residents should visit the Village Administrator's office when submitting taxes and water bills or obtaining parking permits and dog licenses.</p>
Constructed in 2007, the Hastings community center is an open and airy building located directly next to the fire…More station in Hastings. The center employs a full-time staff of three recreation employees, one superintendent and a senior outreach worker. It offers activities including a ping pong club, yoga, line dancing and tai chi. Almost all activities are free to Hastings residents.</p>
<p>The building also houses the community youth center, which is run by a youth advocate. Amenities in the youth center include computers, video games, pool and a variety of board games. </p>
<p>It contains the offices of the village's Parks and Recreation Department. </p>
This Hastings on Hudson branch of the Yonkers Post Office is located on Warburton Avenue, a short walk from the…More Moviehouse Mews. It is a small but convenient post office offering two tables for preparing mail or packages, a waiting area, and plenty of USPS supplies and boxes. This branch sells decorative envelopes and Ready-Post items, including packing tape.</p>
<p>It also has a bulletin board to publicize local events as well as a payphone.</p>
Irvington Department of Public Works 6 S Astor St, Irvington, NY10533 The Irvington Department of Public Works is responsible for garbage collection, recycling, road repairs, drainage…More systems, water, snow removal and leaf removal. Depending on where you live in the village, trash is collected on Monday/Thursday or Tuesday/Friday. Recycling is picked-up on Wednesdays. Town Superintendent Greg Nisson promises Irvington has the best sanitation department in the county. "Our trucks are extremely well maintained. In fact they're kept so clean they don't even smell."
Books & Research 145 Palisade St, Dobbs Ferry, NY10522 This firm offers book acquisition and library services including cataloguing and processing for educational…More institutions, government clients, libraries and corporate clients.
Village of Dobbs Ferry 112 Main St, Dobbs Ferry, NY10522 The Village of Dobbs Ferry Municipal Building is home to the village's police, fire, finance and building departments,…More and also houses the Village Justice Court. Full-time employees include the Village Administrator, Village Treasurer, Village Clerk and a team of administrative staff. Traffic court is in session every other Thursday evening at 7:00pm, and criminal court every Thursday at 10:00am. A multitude of permits and licenses can be obtained from the office of the Village Clerk, including hunting and fishing licenses, birth and death certificates, parking permits, taxi licenses and peddler's permits. It also has a notary on staff who will notarize documents for a fee of $2.
Keynote Connections 40 Round Hill Rd, Dobbs Ferry, NY10522 Keynote Connections is a consulting firm located on Round Hill Road in Dobbs Ferry. The firm offers online and in-person…More seminars, consulting and financial planning for clients with, or applying for, government contracts. Visit the Keynote Connections Web site for a complete listing of the firm's services.
Hastings-on-Hudson Village Justice Court 7 Maple Ave, Hastings on Hudson, NY10706 The Hastings-on-Hudson Village Justice Court sees cases ranging from traffic and small claims to criminal hearings and…More trials. The court is in session every Wednesday evening at 6pm, with Joseph A. DiSalvo as Village Justice and James DeVita as Acting Village Justice for the bench. For some local history, visit the courtroom to see photographs of every past mayor of the Village of Hastings-on-Hudson.
Hastings-on-Hudson Police Department Maple Ave, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY10706 The central offices of the Village of Hastings-on-Hudson's police department are located in the Hastings Municipal…More Building on Maple Avenue. There are currently 18 active officers in the department, including chief of police, David Bloomer. The village owns eight cars (five of which are patrol cars). Their predominant mission is to maintain peace and order in the village, responding to approximately 5,500 requests for service every year. There is an officer available to handle emergencies at all times.
Hasting-On-Hudson Fire Department and Ambulance 7 Maple Ave, Hastings on Hudson, NY10706 The Hastings-on-Hudson fire department has 139 volunteer members, a full-time secretary and a full-time chief, Ron…More Gagliardi. The department is comprised of four companies, the oldest of which was founded in 1876. Hastings is proud to have one the lowest fire insurance rates for a community with a volunteer department, which responds to an average of 250 fire calls and more than 600 ambulance calls per year. The Fire Department also serves the Donald Park area, even though it lies outside of Hastings.
The Village of Irvington Police Department has 21 officers. The Chief of Police is Michael Cerone, Lieutenant is…More Michael Morano and the Sergeants are Michael Foley and Raube McDaniels. Chief Cerone is a graduate of the FBI National Academy.</p>
<p>Their departments include: youth, patrol, detective, safety-seat installation, vin etching, bike unit and a boat task force.</p>
<p>The department takes pride in responding quickly to a variety of calls and are extremely community oriented. The Irvington PD sponsors recreation programs and four officers also coach high school sports. It also has four DARE-certified officers. </p>