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.
VILLAGE CLEAN ENERGY PROGRAM ABOUT TO LAUNCH!
SECOND PUBLIC MEETING: SEPT. 22, 6 PM
Nyack is proud to be one of the founding members, along with five other Rockland municipalities, of a collaborative municipal program called Rockland Community Power. This program aims to bring 100% renewable energy to our community, while also lowering costs and strengthening consumer protection.
Now this program is about to launch. At the end of September, most Village reside…
Parking Fees back in effect Sept. 1, 2020.
Click the Icon to learn about Contactless Parking in Nyack!
Kids Eat Free Summer Food Program Details Here
Everyone is excited for the opportunity to visit our restaurants and shops In Nyack 😊 Please remember we are still in a Pandemic and that public health guidelines need to be followed 🛑
We strongly urge all those who visit the downtown area and Memorial Park to wear a mask, practice social distancing & good hand washing. If you are sick - please stay home! We need to unite as one community to continue our fight against COVID-19 as we begin to reopen our Village 🌎 …
The Village Board of Trustees has a message for our community on the unrest in our country - read more here.
Property tax bills will be mailed out during the first week of June. The Governor has granted a 21 day penalty free period making the bills due by July 21, 2020 without penalty. On July 22, 2020 a 5% penalty will be added. An additional 1% penalty will be added on the first of the month, every month after until and including October. On November 1, all unpaid tax bills will be sent to the County to be relevied onto the County bill in January 2021.
REOPENING NYACK & MEMORIAL PARK DETAILS
Details available here
For the most up to date information visit the Rockland County Health Department Coronavirus webpage. and the Center for Disease Control & Prevention webpage. The situation regarding Coronavirus is constantly evolving and we urge everyone to take precautions and follow official guidelines.
The Village of Nyack celebrates Black History Month with a reflection of the African American presence in Nyack by Bill Batson, Nyack Sketch Log Author & Illustrator, Local Historian. Read more here. Many thanks to Bill Batson for his contribution. Meet Bill every Thursday at the Nyack Farmers Market!
Learn more here about proposed changes to Local Laws regarding solar panels and zoning issues.
12-2pm at Nyack Memorial Park • Nyack, New York
Nyack residents who would like to learn more about Community Choice Aggregation are encouraged to attend a public presentation with a question and answer session. Four meetings will be held in Orangetown and Clarkstown during the month of February. You can find the dates and times here.
Other Ways to Learn About CCA:
See the FAQs at Hudson Valley Community Power
Call (845) 859 9099
It is time to register for Winter Recreation Programs. Click here to see a list of winter classes and to register.
The DPW will continue to pick up leaf piles that are currently out on the streets - HOWEVER - from this point forward (12/4/19) all leaves and yard waste must be in biodegradable bags. Bags are available at the Village Hall.
On Saturday, 10/19 from 8am to noon, People to People, Orangetown and Solid Waste Management will host a Paper Shredding and Non-Perishable Food Collection Event. Please bring your items for donation and up to 3 boxes of paper to shred.
In 2020, Nyack residents and small business owners will have cleaner and greener electricity choices. Nyack is one of several communities in Rockland County leading the way to adopt a renewable electricity bulk purchasing policy called Community Choice Aggregation (CCA). By working together, municipalities can access renewable electricity with confidence, at a discounted cost. In the next few months, Joule Community Power, the administrator for the Rockland County CCA, will select electricity s…
Revisions to Section 250-10 of the Parks and Recreation will be held at a Public Hearing at the next Village Board Meeting on Oct. 10, 2019 at 8pm. Law to allow for the Village Clerk-Treasurer to issue park usage permits for groups of 10-40.
For more details Local Law on 10+Groups in Parks click here