Snow Emergency In Effect (Jan 27 at 12:01am)

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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.  This declaration requires that any cars parked on streets that are 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, … [Read more...]

Travel Alert — Icy roads and sidewalks!

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 into the … [Read more...]

No New Year’s Eve Fireworks, Trash and Village Hall Schedule

This New Year's Eve there will be NO fireworks at Memorial Park.  Unfortunately the Village was not able to find a sponsor this year. For those residents with Thursday trash pickup, DPW will pick up trash on Wednesday. Village Hall will be open for a half day on Wednesday (12/31) from 9am to 12:30pm, closed on Thursday (1/10) and open for a normal business day on Friday (1/2). … [Read more...]

Correction on Grant Amount

The press release email concerning Nyack winning a grant to update its comprehensive plan had the wrong amount that was awarded. The size of the grant was Two Hundred and Six Thousand dollars, which reads correctly on the website article.  Somehow the amount got modified to Six Thousand as it was sent out by email. We apologize for the confusion. … [Read more...]

Nyack gets $206k grant for Comprehensive Plan Update

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The Village of Nyack is delighted to announce that it is the recipient of a Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) Award to update its Comprehensive Master Plan. NYSERDA’s Cleaner Greener Communities Program will provide $206,000, and the Village will provide an additional 25% match. The updated plan will seek to integrate a resilient waterfront with the possibility for new multi-modal … [Read more...]