Village of Mamaroneck News & Events
COVID-19 Vaccinations are by appointment only and New Yorkers can determine eligibility and find a New York State-operated vaccination location to receive their first dose through the State's "Am I Eligible" app or call the New York State Vaccination Hotline at 1-833-NYS-4-VAX (1-833-697-4829). You can schedule an appointment to receive the required second dose on site after receiving the first dose. You should not attempt to book your second appointment online.
Additionally, you can sign up for the Westchester County Department of Health Alert System, by clicking here. Eligible residents will be alerted when additional vaccines become available. To be clear, this system will not sign you up for an appointment. This will only sign you up to be alerted when there are additional appointments available. A list of all non-state-run vaccine providers in Westchester County is available here.
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs is working to provide COVID-19 vaccines to Veterans as quickly and safely as they can, based on CDC guidelines and available supply. Veterans are encouraged to sign up to stay informed about when they can get a COVID-19 vaccine at VA. Click here to learn more.
You can track the State's vaccination progress through the NYS COVID-19 Vaccine Tracker. The dashboard provides updates on the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine including the number of doses received by the state, a breakdown of first and second doses, and the number of people who have received first and second doses in each region.
New York State is encouraging eligible New Yorkers to train to become vaccinators. If you are a licensed practical nurse, a dentist, an EMT, a medical or nursing student with at least a year of clinical experience, and more — then you may be eligible to take training to become a vaccinator and help New York administer COVID vaccines over the coming months. See how you can get involved here.
Westchester County has developed a Public Service Announcement (in English and in Espanol/Spanish) regarding vaccine scams. Beware of COVID vaccine fraud. To help root out vaccination fraud or scams across the State, New York established a hotline that New Yorkers can call to report suspected fraud. It is a red flag if anyone is promising you the vaccine in exchange for payment. To make a report, call 1-833-VAX-SCAM (1-833-829-7226) or email STOPVAXFRAUD@health.ny.gov.
While the vaccination process is underway, all New Yorkers should continue to wear masks, practice social distancing and avoid small and large gatherings.
Please wear a mask. | Follow social distancing protocols (approximately 6 feet or 2 meters).
Wash hands often. | Stay away from small and large gatherings.
Village Meetings and Events between February 19th and February 27th
- Friday, February 19
- Saturday, February 20
- Mamaroneck Farmers Market, 9:00am to 1:00pm
- Monday, February 22
- Tuesday, February 23
- Wednesday, February 24
- Thursdsay, February 25
- ONLINE: Board of Ethics Meeting, 12:15pm
- ONLINE: Ad Hoc Year-Round Recreation Committee Meeting, 5:30pm
- ONLINE: Ad Hoc Ethics Code Review Committee Meeting, 6:30pm
- CANCELED: Tree Committee Meeting, 7:30pm (Rescheduled to 02/23)
- Saturday, February 27
- Mamaroneck Farmers Market, 9:00am to 1:00pm
To view the Village of Mamaroneck's online calendar, click here.
Download the one-page 2021 Sanitation Calendar. And to lookup your household's garbage pickup schedule, visit the Sanitation Pickup Schedule webpage or download the Recycling Right Westchester app from the Apple Store or Google Play Store.
Village of Mamaroneck Announcements
Fats, Oils, and Grease (F.O.G.) --- What Not to Put Down Your Drain!
You can help prevent blocked sewer lines, clogged equipment and sewage pump stations, and polluted water in Mamaroneck Harbor if you're careful about what you pour down the sink or flush in the toilet. Substances that should NEVER be poured down the drain or flushed include FATS, OILS, and GREASE (FOGs). They solidfy in pies and create a hard blockage. Much of the daily maintenance in the village sanitary sewer pipes is required because of solidified FOGs. To dispose of FOGs properly, collect them in any sealable jar (liked a used sauce jar) and dispose of it with your regular garbage.
Or better yet --- Small amounts of cooking oil can be soaked into a paper towel and placed in your compost when you recycle your food scraps!
How not to dispose of fats, oils and grease:
- Don’t use hot water or detergents to rinse grease off of cookware, utensils, dishes or surfaces. These products only move the grease further down the line where they can cause problems in the sewer system.
- Don’t pour fats, oils and grease down your garbage disposal unit. Garbage disposal units may break down food materials into smaller pieces, but they don’t prevent fats, oils and grease from going down the drain.
- Don’t pour fats, oils and grease down the toilet. Protect the sewer lines in the bathroom: the toilet is not a trash can.
Report of Individual Impersonating WJWW Employee
From our friends and colleagues at Westchester Joint Water Works (WJWW) --- There has been a report of an individual impersonating a WJWW employee in Mamaroneck and requesting access to a home to check for discolored water or to assess some water quality related issue. Please be advised that all WJWW employees carry official ID and, in the majority of instances involving access to a home, are responding to a previously scheduled appointment. If you have reason to doubt the identity of a person presenting themselves as a WJWW employee, please contact our operations staff immediately at (914) 424-4371.
And while we have not received any reports of individuals impersonating ConEdison employees, click here for the "Beware of Scammers" webpage from ConEdison.
Updated Village Hours for the Public
The current COVID-19 pandemic requires constant improvising and adjustment. We ask for your patience as the Village tries to adapt to these ever changing situations.
- Village Hall at the Regatta at 123 Mamaroneck Avenue is CLOSED on Mondays. Staff at Village Hall are available Tuesdays through Fridays, between 9am and 5pm.
- The Village's Justice Court at 169 Mt. Pleasant Avenue is open Mondays to Fridays, between 9am and 5pm on the first floor to collect traffic fines.
When not physically in the building, office employees work remotely and are available by phone and email. For a list of Village departments and their phone numbers, click here. Residents can also drop-off documents in the dropboxes outside these buildings. These mailboxes are checked workdays, between 9:00am and 5:00pm.
The Village of Mamaroneck is seeking applicants for the full-time position of in-house Village Attorney. The qualified individual will report to the Board of Trustees and will work closely with the Village Manager. To access position responsibilities and expected skill set, please click here. Salary will be based on qualifications and experience and will include a full benefits package. Send expression of interest and resume to Village Manager Jerry Barberio (firstname.lastname@example.org) by March 15, 2021. Requirements: Admission to the New York State Bar; 6 years of progressively responsible municipal law experience in New York State, including litigation.
Assistant Naturalist at the Marine Education Center
Apply Now for A Seasonal Position in the Department of Parks & Recreation
The Parks & Recreation Department is now scheduling March interviews for the following seasonal positions! Click here to download the seasonal position part-time employment application.
Stand-Up Paddleboard (SUP) Instructor + Kayaking Instructor
Also the Parks & Recreation Department is looking for a certified Stand-Up Paddleboard (SUP) Instructor to work part-time during camp, 2-3 days for 6 weeks and to instruct weekend SUP classes for ages 14 and up from June until August/September. Hours and days are flexible. The Village is also looking for a Kayaking Instructor to work part-time on weekends from June until August/September for ages 9 and up. Lifeguard and First Aid/CPR certifications are preferred. Please contact the Village of Mamaroneck Recreation Department at (914) 777-7784 if interested or by email at email@example.com.
From the Village's Police Department
The Village's Police Department wants to remind all New York State driver license and permit holders that if your driver license or permit expired on or after March 1, 2020, they were extended by Executive Order to at least through February 26, 2021. In addition, the federal REAL ID enforcement deadline was extended until October 1, 2021. To renew your driver license, please see the How to Renew a License page on the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles website.
Also, vehicle registrations (including temporary auto dealer registrations) and non-driver identification cards that expired on or after March 1, 2020, and vehicle inspections that expired on or after March 31, 2020, are no longer valid (the Executive Order extension was granted only through November 30, 2020). Click here for information about vehicle registration and click here for information about vehicle inspections.
Committee for the Environment
Get your Food Waste Recycling Kit on Saturdays at the Mamaroneck Farmers Market, this Saturday, between 9am and 1:00pm (or until supplies last) in Harbor Island Park. Members of the Committee for the Environment and other volunteers will be selling Food Waste Recycling Kits for $20 (one 2-gallon countertop pail and a larger 6-gallon carry tote and 25 compostable bag liners for the pail). Also, residents can purchase rolls of liners ($2.00 for one roll of 25 compostable bags). Food waste recycling reduces waste, creates compost, and takes some foods that cannot be added to a backyard compost pile. If you would like to volunteer selling Food Waste Recycling Kits at the Mamaroneck Farmers Market, sign up here. For more information, please contact Ellen Silver, Chair of the Committee for the Environment, at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about the Village's Composting Program, click here. Our thanks to the Committee for the Environment for their help in expanding this program in the Village as part of a wider push to get residents to compost their food scraps in Westchester County!
Saturday Mamaroneck Farmers Market at Harbor Island Park
Save-the-Date! Tuesday, March 9th at 8:00am - Dealing With COVID In Our Community
Co-Hosted by The Larchmong-Mamaroneck Local Summit and LMC Media
- Dr. Sherlita Amler, Westchester County Commissioner of Health
- Matthew Anderson, President and CEO of The Osborn
- Dr. Nora Mazzone, Mamaroneck School District Assistant Superintendent for Student Support Services and Health Services
Click here to register for the program. A link to the Zoom program will be emailed to you.
Have you Signed-Up for RoboCalls ("Swift 911 Notifications") from the Village of Mamaroneck?
We want to encourage all Village of Mamaroneck residents to take this opportunity now to sign-up for our RoboCall ("Swift911 Notification System"), in the event the Village needs to communicate special announcements quickly and directly to residents. Click this link - www.village.mamaroneck.ny.us/swift911 - or text SWIFT911 to 99538 to stay informed during emergency situations, important events and more. Alternatively, you can call Robert Ingenito, the Village's Public Information Officer, at (914) 825-8113. Leave a message on Robert's voicemail with your name and phone number and say that you want to be added to the Village’s robocall system. (When leaving your message, please be sure to spell your first name and last name.)
About the Village of Mamaroneck's Weekly E-Newsletter
The Village of Mamaroneck has put together a weekly e-newsletter with information for residents that brings together resources from Village departments, volunteer boards, commissions and committees, as well as our partners in the community. To sign-up for the Village's e-newsletter, please visit village.mamaroneck.ny.us/subscribe, type (and confirm by re-typing) your email address at the top of the page, and select "Village News" at the top of the list. Alternatively, residents can email Robert Ingenito, the Village's Public Information Officer, at email@example.com or call at (914) 825-8113. Whether sending an email or leaving a voice message, be sure to include your name and email address and say that you want to be added to the Village’s email list. (When leaving your message by phone, please be sure to spell your first name, your last name and your email address.)
For consideration in the Village of Mamaroneck's Weekly E-Newsletter (which is typically sent on Friday), submissions are due on Friday by 12:00pm. Send submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. All submissions are edited for tone and content.