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Upcoming Events

  • May 1, 2017 – Planning Board Meeting
    Time: 8:00 pm
  • May 3, 2017 – Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting
    Time: 8:15 pm
  • May 4, 2017 – Committee on the Environment Meeting
    Time: 9:00 am
  • May 6, 2017 – Tour De Larchmont
    Time: 2:00 pm
  • May 8, 2017 – Board of Trustees Work Session
    Time: 6:30 pm
  • May 9, 2017 – Traffic Commision Meeting
    Time: 8:00 pm

Burbio's Larchmont Community Calendar

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Getting  Larchmont information on your personal calendars is being made easier than ever due to our partnership with Burbio.com, a free service that streams Larchmont school, community group, school sports and government calendars all in one place 

 With Burbio, residents can follow, add and sync local events to their Google Calendar or iPhones instantly, and be notified when things change!

Sign up for free at burbio.com.  When you join you can “follow” calendars and create a personal feed that streams only what you want to see.   You will also receive “This Week in Larchmont & Mamaroneck” a local digest of upcoming events.    You can even follow the  Recycling and Sanitation Calendar!

As part of the partnership we have created the Larchmont Community Calendar.  You can find it on our website under the “calendars” tab.   

If you’d like to get your events on the community calendar, or have any questions, please email groupsupport@burbio.com.

 

Clothing Recycling at Maxwell Avenue Facility!

Clothing Recycling Available Now at the Maxwell Avenue Facility!

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 The Town’s Maxwell Avenue Recycling Facility is now accepting clothing, shoes, socks and even pocketbooks, belts and ties in an effort to recycle these items that typically end up in the trash.  Usable items are provided to other agencies for re-sale at thrift stores and unwearable items are recycled into rags and cloths.  “County Recycling” has placed the clothing bins at the Town’s facility at 40 Maxwell Avenue and you may bring your unwanted items there during regular hours which are Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays 8am – 3pm, Tuesdays 8am-2pm and Saturdays 8-11:45am. We hope you will take advantage of this philanthropic and environmental initiative.

For more details on this new service, please click below:

http://www.mycountyrecycling.org/wear-donate-recycle

 

BIKE LANE PILOT PROJECT

The Village has been considering a bike lane pilot project for Larchmont Avenue, from Palmer to Magnolia, for several months.

 A third presentation was made at the

Monday, July 18th Board of Trustees Meeting at 7:30 PM

The Project Is

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Check back for updates on implementation.

Click here for illustrations showing the location of the pilot project bike lanes and sharrows on Larchmont Avenue.

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Beverage Cartons May Now be Included with Plastics Recyling!

Beginning on Wednesday, May 11th, Town of Mamaroneck and Village of Larchmont residents will be able to include waxy cartons with their commingled recyclables (glass, plastic and metal recyclables) for collection by the Larchmont Mamaroneck Joint Garbage Disposal Commission. These waxy cartons are used for juice and milk (sometimes called gable-top containers); soup and broth; cream; and egg substitutes. Although mostly made of cardboard, the cartons should be included with other recyclable beverage containers made of glass, plastic and metal for collection; they should not be included with paper and cardboard recyclables.  Thank you for recycling!

Larchmont Police Department- tip411

To submit an anonymous tip via text message to the Larchmont Police Department read the flyer below:

Click here: Completely Anonymous Police Tip1

Power Outage-Text Con Edison

If you have a power outage, the faster Con Edison knows the better. Con Ed has developed an app to reach them during outages. Click below for more information.

Con Ed flyer

LELE Mulch Mowing Info & PSA

Fall leaf season is almost upon us! As a municipal manager, you are well aware of the impacts Fall leaves can have on your city, town or village operation – from leaf removal and disposal to maintaining a clean stormwater system.

In response to these concerns, many municipalities around the county have endorsed and/or adopted a policy of mulch mowing leaves in-place along public right-of-ways and in public parks.

What are some of the benefits of mulch mowing?

• Helps reduce the total volume of leaves from being processed through the county organic waste stream.
• Helps create healthier soils in turf areas and provides a source of free mulch for landscape beds.
• Helps keep leaves out of the storm water system and reduces organic pollutants flowing into the bay or river.
• Helps DPW / Parks crews “get on” to other important business rather than being “tied up” disposing of leaves.
• Helps reduce budgetary costs from overtime, fuel, seasonal equipment repairs, and tipping fees.

Since 2010, an educational program concerning mulch mowing has been developed under the umbrella of “Love ‘Em and Leave ‘Em” (LELE). The target audience is not just municipalities (DPW, Parks Departments), but county-wide residents, professional landscapers and property managers.

In support of this initiative, a 30 second PSA (Public Service Announcement) concerning LELE Mulch Mowing has been produced and released to be freely shown on local cable access, at community events or in other venues. The PSA is geared towards the local homeowner and quickly outlines the benefits of mulch mowing, while creating an atmosphere of ‘feel good’ action addressing environmental concerns.

This email is to notify you as to the availability of the PSA and to request that you consider programming it onto your municipal video channel. (In one community, for example, it has been programmed to run every hour on the hour.) The PSA is available in several SD formats including for web streaming (.mp4) and cable or FIOS (.mpeg). Links to these files, as well as a youTube version, can be found on the LELENY.ORG website under the Toolkit tab. The direct link is as follows: http://www.leleny.org/p/lele-toolkit.html#videos

Please feel free to contact us with any questions about this PSA or about the LELE initiative. If you are scheduling the PSA for public access viewing, please drop us a quick note to info@leleny.org so we can keep a running tally.

Plastic Bag Ban begins October 1, 2013

A reminder that the Village’s plastic bag ban will go into effect on October 1st. Plastic bags will no longer be available at any point of sale locations. When shopping please bring reusable bags.

Sign Up for Village News!

Interested in receiving announcements from the Village of Larchmont? Why not sign up for Village News and have it delivered right to your e-mail inbox!  See box at left to register.  Non-emergency, but important, announcements, notices, and reminders will be sent through this service, so sign up today!

If you’re interested in receiving our “robocalls” from Village officials with emergency and/or other announcements, we now have a sign-up form on our website.  Please be sure to register the phone number(s) where you are most likely to receive these calls.