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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. 

Do you need help paying Water Bills?

Financial Assistance is available to help pay water bills for qualified individuals. Click here for more information. The Low Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP) can help. LIHWAP is a drinking water and wastewater emergency assistance program funded through new federal resources. Benefits are based on the amount of unpaid water and wastewater bills owed by applicants. This assistance is targeted at low income households and income guidelines will mirror that of the Home Energy As…

Leaf Collection

Loose leaf piles should be placed on homeowner's property - and not on sidewalks or in the roadway. DPW will be picking up leaves now through December 10, 2021. Leaves may be placed in biodegradable paper bags or left loose in a pile on homeowner's property. Consider mulching leaves as a sustainable approach to landscaping. Details on leaf mulching available here.Residential Yard Waste Drop OffResidential drop-off at the Clarkstown Yard Waste Facility — located at 166 S. Rt 303 — is open to all…

Thanksgiving Sanitation Schedule

The Village Hall and DPW will be closed on Thursday & Friday, November 25 & 26, 2021, for the Thanksgiving Holiday. Trash will be collected on Monday, November 22 and Wednesday, November 24, 2021.  Recycling will be collected on Friday, November 26, 2021. 

Rockland Co. Warming Center Now Open in Pomona

The causes of homelessness are complex, and our Warming Center will continue to help the most vulnerable people in our County remain safe while also helping to connect them to services they need like immunizations, mental health screenings and permanent housing options. Providing a warm and safe place for persons during this pandemic is a priority in protecting the health of individuals and our community at large," said County Executive Day.The Warming Center will operate from November 1, 2021,…

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.…

Road Paving & Capital Projects

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