The Village of Nyack Snow Emergency has been lifted as of 7pm on Monday, Feb. 2. Cars may return to residential neighborhoods within the emergency boundaries and along emergency routes. Alternate side parking will be enforced as usual. Village Hall will be open on Tuesday, Feb 3, as well as all trash pickup, including those […]
A snow emergency is in effect. Village Hall is closed. All meetings canceled.
In light of the impending snow storm, the Village of Nyack has officially declared a snow emergency, starting at 12:01am on Tuesday, Jan 27. All cars parked on streets in the snow emergency zone must be moved either into private driveways or into the village lots until the emergency is lifted.
Village Hall will be closed for regular business on Tuesday, Jan 27. Check our website for updates.
Due to icy conditions, both roads and sidewalks are extremely hazardous. The Village advises avoiding travel this morning unless absolutely necessary. Rain during below-freezing temperatures has caused both roads and sidewalks to become iced over. The hills are particularly hazardous. DPW crews are salting and sanding roads and public sidewalks. Temperatures are supposed to move […]
Rockland County Department of Health Warns of Possible Acute Hepatitis A Exposure at a Local Restaurant
A confirmed case of acute Hepatitis A has been identified in a food handler at the La Fontana restaurant in Nyack. Patrons and other employees may have been exposed to Hepatitis A virus between March 19 and April 1, 2014.
The Health Department will offer free Hepatitis A VACCINE TO RESTAURANT PATRONS AND EMPLOYEES STARTING Saturday April 12 from 11am – 5pm, Sunday April 13 from 11am to 3pm and Monday April 14 from 9am to 12pm at the Rockland County Fire Training Center, 35 Firemens Memorial Dr. in Pomona.
The Rockland County Department of Health is recommending that all people who ate at the restaurant on March 29, March 30 and April 1, 2014 receive Hepatitis A vaccine. Patrons who ate at the restaurant between March 19 and March 28 will not benefit from vaccination. In order for the vaccine to be most effective, people who have been exposed to Hepatitis A should be vaccinated within 14 days. The earlier the vaccine is given, the more effective it is in preventing the disease. In general, the vaccine is 80% to 90% effective.
Restaurant patrons may also receive vaccine at their medical provider’s office. People who were exposed but have already received two doses of Hepatitis A vaccine sometime in their life do not need another shot: all others should be vaccinated.
6:30pm –‘Home Rule Legislation’ – Assemblywoman, Ellen Jaffee 7:00pm – ‘Sustainability Desk’ items – Marcy Denker
In preparation for the winter weather that is expected later today, the Village of Nyack may declare a snow emergency, but only if the Department of Public Works determines it is absolutely necessary.
The Village will send out an alert and keep you informed.
The Benjamin Moore Main Street Matters project in Nyack will soon be coming to a close. To commemorate the great work done by Benjamin Moore and the help they have provided us in our revitalization efforts, the Village is hosting a village-wide sidewalk sale and celebration.
Tomorrow’s Benjamin Moore “Main Street Matters” press conference has been postponed and will be rescheduled. We will let you know as soon as we have the new date.
Come Celebrate our Hometown Heroes — September 11, 2013 — 6:30 – 7:00pm — Memorial Park
Stacey Sennas McGowan
It is budget season for the Village of Nyack. On March 19, 2013, the Village Administrator submitted his budget for the Village Board. It is a $5,524.744 budget with a 1.94% property tax increase.
The snow emergency policy for the Village of Nyack will go into effect as of ten pm Friday, February 8th. All vehicles must be removed from the streets included in the policy by ten pm tonight. Those streets are all streets east of and including Franklin Street and all streets south of Fifth Ave up […]
Please note that the Village of Nyack, due to possible storm conditions, may need to implement it’s new Snow Policy. This may necessitate moving your car(s) off Village streets. Please familiarize yourself with our snow policy and note whether you live in an impacted area. We will only implement the policy if conditions are severe […]
Posting — 11/6/12 at 9:00 pm —
Mayor White will continue the information meetings at Village Hall at 11am until all residents have power. With fewer people showing up, the meeting may occur indoors, so if you don’t see anybody outside, please come inside.
The Village has revised it’s alcohol ban to allow local residents dinner and drinks until ten pm in those businesses with electrical power. Alcohol and food may be served today from six am until ten pm. The Village is encouraging compliance with the County essential travel ban and hopes that, for safety reasons, residents stay local.
On orders from the Mayor and Village Board, the Marina and Memorial Park are closed to vehicular or pedestrian traffic until further notice. Village crews are in the process of securing and cleaning up the area and it is currently unsafe. Trespassers are subject to arrest. Thank you for your cooperation.
A crew will be in town filming a pilot for a Disney Family Channel series on Wednesday, October 24 and Thursday, October 25. Traffic on Main Street will be impacted as follows: No parking 10/24 and 10/25 on Main Street between Cedar Street and Broadway from 7:00am to 7:00pm. Pedestrian traffic will be stopped intermittently […]
The Village of Nyack commends the Orangetown Police Department for their quick action and excellent detective work leading to an arrest in the recent series of car arsons and larcenies.
UPDATE: August 16th, 2012 – 2:50pm The Boil Water Alert for the Nyack Water Department has been lifted and all water service has been restored to normal. Two days of testing indicate that water quality has remained high despite the drop in pressure and normal water consumption can begin. ** No […]
Nyack’s boil water alert remains in effect today for all Nyack Water customers.
REMINDER ***BOIL WATER ALERT*** UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
The Nyack Water Department has repaired a major water main break and restored water to almost all of it’s 15,000 customers.
Overview On December 22, 2011, the Village of Nyack adopted a new snow emergency policy which requires all cars to be parked in driveways or public lots throughout much of the village. When a snow emergency is declared, street parking will not be permitted on any village street that falls between Franklin Street and the […]
The Village of Nyack Main Street Partnership has received proposals for the downtown redevelopment. Process explained.
Main Street will close for one day, now scheduled for the week of August 22. The exact day is yet to be determined and will be posted as soon as the date is known. Major work is needed on a sewer lateral in front of the Skylark Diner, and the dig will be 10′-12′ deep. […]
You are invited to a press conference announcing The formation of the Main Street Partnership & The release of the Request for Expressions of Interest (RFEI) for the Superblock Site. PRESS CONFERENCE June 20th, 6:00PM Riverspace Parking Lot The Nyack Village Board has joined with the Riverspace Board to form the Main Street Partnership to […]