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Village Hall and the DPW will be closed in observance of Columbus Day on Monday, October 14, 2019. Trash will be collected on Tuesday, October 15, 2019. 

Rockland County Declares Water Restrictions


 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 17, 2022 Rockland County Declares Stage II Water Emergency Mandatory Water Restrictions In Effect Thursday New City, NY - County Executive Ed Day and Commissioner of Health Dr. Patricia Schnabel Ruppert announce that a Modified Stage II Water Emergency is in effect beginning Thursday 8/18/2022 in Rockland County, implementing mandatory restrictions on water use.  Dry conditions have led to unprecedented flow levels in the Ramapo River which is limiting the use of V…

Hometown Heroes Remembrance


The Village's annual 9-11 remembrance ceremony will be held on September 11, 2022 in Memorial Park at 6pm. This year, there is also a street fair on that date, so please enter the marina parking lot from Gedney Street or Piermont Ave. 

SPOTTED LANTERNFLY ALERT - Identify, Squash, Report


Spotted lanternfly is a new invasive insect that has made its way to from other states into New York and infestations have been found in Orangeburg in a widening area near Route 303, in Blauvelt State Park, West Nyack and other places in Rockland County.  It feeds on the sap of important agricultural crops and other plants including tree of heaven, maple, and black walnut. Infestations of spotted lanternflies also can make a sticky mess in our yards and other outdoor areas, and on our vehicles.…

Broadway Project on the Move!!


Dear Broadway Business and Residents:  Please consider using this QR code (linked to an online form) to provide updated contact information so we can keep you as informed as possible about the sidewalk construction project taking place on Broadway from Burd St to First Ave in the coming weeks. Please refer this QR Code or link to neighbors or co-workers as appropriate. SIGN-UP FOR EMAIL UPDATES HERE Maintaining access for you to your doorway, sidewalks and nearby parking during the construction…


Rockland Community Power–New Contract Bidding Summer 2022The two-year supply contract for Rockland Community Power Community Choice Aggregation ends on October 31, 2022.  The five participating communities are looking to go back out to bid this summer for a new fixed-rate, competitively priced supply offering. If we select one of these offerings, all eligible residents and small businesses will be notified by mail with information about the program, their choices and how to opt-out of the progr…

Road Paving & Capital Projects


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FREE Summer Food Program


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Rockland Co. Recreation Grants Awarded to Nyack!


The County has awarded the Village $400,000 for improvements to Memorial Park, $200,000 for each of two projects:Playground resurfacing with a rubberized surface for greater safety and lower maintenance cost, a drinking water fountain, playground equipment.Improved access paths to the playground, including ADA compliant walkways to playground and splash pad, and a new driveway gate that enables pedestrian access.These improvements align with the park master plan and the goals of equity of acces…

Community Information - "Safe Routes to Nyack Middle School" Sidewalk Project


Community Stakeholders Meeting planned for June 1, 2022. Click here to learn more about decisions that need to be made regarding the project and the ZOOM Link for the meeting. Design Engineers from Greenman Pedersen Inc. (GPI),  along with Village officials, made a presentation to the community on Monday, April 25, 2022. Click here to watch the presentation and learn more about the "Safe Routes to the Nyack Middle School" project. Construction is planned for 2023.  kdempsey@gpinet.com. 

Food Scrap Recycling Program


Food Scrap bags are now available at Village Hall, Monday - Friday, 9-5pm. Learn all about the program - click here for information.Why separate your food scraps? Food Scraps are the single largest component in the Municipal Solid Waste stream (MSW). Decomposition of Food Scraps in a landfill produces methane, a greenhouse gas 20 times more damaging than CO2. Food Scraps are valuable materials that if properly collected and composted can help reduce pollution and improve overall quality of life…