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    Gedney Recycling Yard Now Open on Sundays 8 am to Noon

    Starting this weekend, the Gedney Yard will now be open to residents on Sundays to accept cardboard, paper & co-mingled recycling. Brush drop-off, metal drop off, along with topsoil, mulch & firewood pick-up will also be available. Thanks DPW! Read on...
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    Ebersole Ice Rink Opens for the Season

    The City of White Plains Ebersole Ice Rink is now open for the 2018/2019 season. The rink is located at 110 Lake Street. Rink admission is $8 for youth, $10. for adults and $5 seniors. Skate rentals are available at the rink for $5.00 per pair. Read on...
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    Martine Ave Road Paving

    White Plains DPW will be paving Martine Avenue from South Broadway to Mamaroneck Avenue starting on Wednesday, October 17. Read on...
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    City of White Plains OCTOBER E-Newsletter

    See what's happening in White Plains this month! Additional Info...
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    White Plains My Brother's Keeper Program to Host Forum with former NFL Star William Green

    The White Plains My Brother’s Keeper program will host a community presentation with former NFL star William Green on Tuesday, October 9th, 6:30 p.m. at the Thomas Slater Center, 2 Fisher Court, White Plains, NY. Read on...
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    White Plains Youth Bureau Now Accepting Applications for Youth of the Year Award

    The WP Youth Bureau is now accepting applications for its Youth of the Year award. The award is given annually to a graduating high school senior who resides in White Plains. Read on...
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    Milling and Paving Work on Chase Ave & Orawaumpum St

    The City of White Plains will be milling existing asphalt and paving both Chase Ave (from Chatterton Parkway to dead end) and Orawaumpum St (from Chestnut Hill Ave to Fisher Ave). Read on...
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    Enjoy "The Night Before Halloween" at the Bryant-Mamaroneck Park StoryWalk

    Fall is in full swing and we have our last story of the season on display at StoryWalk: The Night Before Halloween, written by Natasha Wing and illustrated by Cynthia Fisher, is the perfect Halloween treat for young children. Read on...
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    October Water Main Flushing

    During the month of October, the City will be flushing water mains between the hours of Midnight - 4:00 A.M. in the: Westminister/Woodcrest Area, Fisher Hill area and the Central Business District. Read on...
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    Westview Avenue - Road Reconstruction (North Broadway to Church Street)

    Beginning Mon., October 1, 2018, Westview Avenue between No. Broadway and Church Street will be reconstructed, and will be closed to through traffic. There will be no access to North Broadway. Work hours are 8AM - 4:30PM and is expected to last 7 weeks. Read on...
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    Are You Interested in Serving on the Mayor's Youth Council?

    The White Plains Youth Bureau has announced it has openings on the Mayor's Youth Council for White Plains residents in grades 9-12. The first meeting is Wednesday, October 3rd, 6:30 p.m. at the Youth Bureau 11 Amherst Place, White Plains, NY 10601 Read on...
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    Free Outdoor Movie Screening on Court Street - Sept. 22, at 7:30 PM

    Pack some snacks, grab a blanket, and come on down with your family, friends and neighbors to enjoy a free showing of BIG featuring Tom Hanks. Movie begins at 7:30 p.m. Additional Info...
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    White Plains JazzFest Returns September 12th – 16th

    JazzFest White Plains will return for its 7th annual celebration in downtown White Plains from September 12-16, featuring 20 established and up-and-coming artists performing free or affordably priced concerts throughout the city. Read on...
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    SCREENAGERS: NAVIGATING THE DIGITAL AGE, Sept. 24th 6PM at the Cinema Delux Theater

    Are you watching kids scroll through life, with their rapid-fire thumbs and a six second attention span? Read on...
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    Milling Existing Asphalt and Paving - Martine Avenue, September 17th, 7:00 A.M. - 4:30 P.M.

    Road work will begin on Martine Avenue from So. Broadway to Mamaroneck Ave (weather permitting) on Sept 17th between the hours of 7:00 A.M. and 4:30 P.M. with Martine Avenue remaining open to vehicular traffic however on-street parking will be restricted Additional Info...
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    Notice of Draft Report & Public Hearing Comprehensive Annual Performance and Evaluation Report

    The City of White Plains has released a DRAFT 2017 CAPER for the Community Development Block Grant/US Department of Housing and Urban Development. The report is available for public comment during a 15-day period, Sept.10 - 24, 2018. Read on...
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    Mamaroneck Avenue Crosswalk Repaving

    Crosswalks on Mamaroneck Avenue in downtown White Plains will be repaved on Wednesday, September 12th (overnight), 7:00 p.m. thru 6:00 a.m. Read on...
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    City of White Plains Fall/Winter Program Guide Released

    The City of White Plains Guide to Programs and Services for fall / winter has been mailed to residents. This informative publication lists all of our fall and winter programs and events. Read on...
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    White Plains Hosts Annual Dog Swim at Kittrell Pool

    The Dog Days of Summer are definitely upon us and all White Plains dogs are invited to cool off from the hot weather with a dip in the pool. Read on...
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    The Great White Plains Camp Out Returns to Delfino Park

    Camp with the family under the stars at Delfino Park Saturday, September 15 through Sunday, September 16. Games and activities for all. Additional Info...
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    Water Main Flushing Schedule for September

    During the month of September, the Department of Public Works Water Bureau will be flushing water mains between the hours of midnight and 4:00 a.m. in the Battle Hill, North Broadway and Church Street neighborhoods. Read on...
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    Youth Bureau & My Brother's Keeper Initiative Offer Free Haircuts to WP Youth

    The White Plains My Brother’s Keeper Initiative is partnering with area barbershops to offer 200 White Plains low income youth a free back-to-school haircut 8/27 through 9/8. Haircuts are available to elementary and middle school age youth. Read on...
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    New Story Up Now At The Bryant-Mamaroneck Park Story Walk

    As summer winds down and we begin to look ahead to the new school year, we’ve put a new story up on the Bryant-Mamaroneck Park StoryWalk: Thidwick the Big-Hearted Moose by Dr. Seuss. Read on...
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    Road Paving Smith Ave (Bryant Ave to Prescott Ave) Beginning August 20th

    Please be advised the Dept. of Public Works has tentatively scheduled repaving of Smith Avenue beginning August 20, 2018 - weather permitting. Street parking will be temporarily suspended between the hours of 8 AM - 5 PM with limited road access. Read on...
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    The Heat is On - - Tips for Staying Cool and Conserving Energy

    It's August, so temperatures in the 90's are not unexpected. Nevertheless, some common sense tips for dealing with the heat bear repeating. Read on...
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    WP Youth Bureau & Assoc. of NYS Youth Bureaus Salute Their Legislative Supporters

    The City of White Plains Youth Bureau has invited members of the State Senate and Assembly to the Bits N’ Pieces Camp Closing Ceremony, August 9th, to be recognized as a champion for youth and for their support for Youth Bureaus across the state. Read on...
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    New Story Up Now At The Bryant-Mamaroneck Park Story Walk

    Summer time is here in full swing and we have a new story up on the Bryant-Mamaroneck Park StoryWalk: COME ON, RAIN! By Karen Hesse & illustrated by Jon J. Muth. Come On, Rain! will be on display through August 20th. Read on...
  29. National Night Out

    National Night Out - Tuesday, August 7th, 2018, 6:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.

    You are invited, Tuesday, August 7th from 6PM-9PM to lock your doors and turn on outside lights and join your neighbors at the City of White Plains Public Safety Headquarters located at 77 S. Lexington Ave., for the 35th Annual National Night Out. Read on...
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    Wellness Wednesdays at the White Plains Public Library

    Ongoing Programs: Lunchtime Meditation Wednesdays 12:15 - 1:00 PM, brief beginning instructions followed by meditation in a group setting. Meditation/Reflection Room Mondays Open 12:15 to 1:45 pm. A quiet place for self-guided meditation and reflection. Read on...
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    White Plains Metro-North Station Improvements Effective July 25th 2018

    Attention users of the White Plains Metro-North Station: Starting next week, there will be some changes to where the taxi and shuttle buses queue as a result of the station upgrade project. Please see the attached flier. Read on...
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    DPW Automated Side Loader Prog to Incl Paper/Cardbd Collection Containers

    The Department of Public Works will begin distributing new Automated Side Loader (ASL) recycling containers with a green top lid on Monday, July 16, 2018 to all households currently participating in the side loader program. Read on...
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    White Plains Youth Bureau Summer Flight Academy

    According to the airline industry, there is a growing shortage of pilots and this puts the future of the industry at risk. The White Plains Youth Bureau working to get young people interested in becoming pilots through their summer Flight Academy. Read on...
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    Shakespeare in the Park Returns Thurs, July 12th, 7pm Turnure Park

    Hamlet will be presented by Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, Thurs.July 12th at Turnure Park. This 90 minute production is Free and begins at 7pm. Bring blankets and lawn chairs. Rainsite - Eastview School. Parking on-street and at Eastview. Read on...
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    WP My Brother's Keeper Initiative 2nd Annual Readers Achievers Program

    The City of White Plains My Brother’s Keeper Initiative is kicking off its 2nd Annual Summer Readers Achievers Program beginning July 2nd - August 10th. Children who read during the summer see improved language skills and are better prepared for school. Read on...
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    White Plains Begins Warning Period for Red Light Safety Camera Program

    The City of White Plains Red Light Safety Camera program will begin taking photos of red light runners at designated intersections beginning July 3rd. Read on...
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    A Little White Plains History...in Honor of Independence Day

    Did you know that White Plains is considered the Birthplace of the State of New York? On July 9, 1776, members of the Fourth Provincial Congress of New York assembled in White Plains after fleeing New York City ahead of British forces. Read on...
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    Emergency Water Main Issue on Oxford Road near Robinhood.

    DPW is working on a water main issue on Oxford Road near Robinhood. At this time no one is anticipated to lose water.
  40. City of White Plains Pools Officially Open For Season This Friday

    White Plains residents can splash and swim the summer away at the Gardella and Kittrell Park Pools. Gardella Pool and Kittrell Pool open Friday, June 22nd. A White Plains Pool Membership pass is required for admittance to both pools. Read on...
  41. Teen Night Outdoor Adventure for White Plains residents, Sat.June 23rd, 6PM - 9PM at Delfino Park

    Teen Night Outdoor Adventure for 6th, 7th and 8th grade White Plains residents. $15 Admission fee includes activities and bbq. BBQ choice is: hamburger, or hot dog, or chicken nuggets and french fries and a drink. School ID required. - Residents Only. Read on...
  42. City of White Plains Independence Day Celebration - July 3rd, White Plains High School 6 PM - 10 PM

    The City of White Plains celebrates Independence Day with a free community event and fireworks display. This year’s celebration features a performance by West Point’s Benny Havens Band on the main stage. Come early, bring a blanket or chair and enjoy! Read on...
  43. City of White Plains Installs Public Art Project in Renaissance Plaza

    The Before I Die.... public art project has returned to Renaissance Plaza. The public is invited to complete the sentence in their own way, expressing their dreams, their goals and their positive thoughts. Participation is open to all. Read on...
  44. Brookfield Commons: Building a Neighborhood of Opportunity Meet & Greet - RSVP today!

    Exciting job and bidding construction opportunities at Brookfield Commons - Phase II, Wed., June 27th, 2018; 2 sessions- 10 A.M. and 6 P.M. at WP Housing Community Room - 223 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. RSVP to mwbebrookfield2@dackconsulting.com Read on...
  45. White Plains Public Library Eliminating Late Fees on Children’s and Young Adult Materials

    A public library’s most important responsibility is to develop readers. But too many young people can’t borrow books because of outstanding fines. We want kids to read. So we are eliminating late fees on children’s and young adult materials. Read on...
  46. Noon Day Concerts on the Plaza

    Join us for lunch time concerts every Thursday at Renaissance Plaza from noon - 2 p.m. Renaissance Plaza is located at Main Street and Mamaroneck Avenue. Read on...
  47. Sounds of Summer 2018 - Your Guide to Summer Events in the Parks

    The Guide provides the schedule for the annual Father's Day Concert at Turnure Park, Free Noon Day Concerts at Renaissance Plaza, Neighborhood Nights, Dancing Under the Stars on Court Street, the Hudson Valley Shakespeare production of Hamlet and more. Additional Info...
  48. Get On Your Mat For Mental Health Yoga Event - Wednesday, June 20th on Court Street

    The Mental Health Association of Westchester host's "Get On Your Mat For Mental Health," June 20th, check-in & registration begins at 5:30 PM followed by class at 6:30 PM. Get On Your Mat For Mental Health is suitable for all ages and levels. Read on...
  49. Enjoy a Summer Soulstice Concert, June 19th, 5pm - 9pm on Court Street

    Start the summer off right with the Summer Soulstice Concert - Tuesday, June 19th 5 pm - 9pm on Court Street at Main Street. Featuring two touring bands - Kat Wright and The Rad Trads, delicious food and drink. Free music, rain or shine. Read on...
  50. Take the Online Survey to Make Route 119 Safer and Easier For All To Use

    White Plains and neighboring communities invite you to share your thoughts on street designs to make Route 119 safer and easier for all to use. The survey allows you to share broad concerns, choose from potential design strategies, or propose your own. Additional Info...
  51. Third Annual STEAM Awards Recognition Program

    The White Plains Youth Bureau with the White Plains School District and the Environmental Justice Division of the New York Power Authority, will hold its 3rd Annual STEAM Awards,Thurs, June 14. at 6 p.m. in NYPA's Jaguar Room, 123 Main Street. Read on...
  52. New Story Now Available At The Bryant-Mamaroneck Park StoryWalk

    Summer time is right around the corner and to get you ready, we have a new story up on the Bryant-Mamaroneck Park StoryWalk: A Camping Spree with Mr. Magee, by Chris Van Dusen. This month’s StoryWalk will run through July 15th. Read on...
  53. White Plains to Launch Grandpas United

    The White Plains Youth Bureau, in collaboration with the North American Family Institute (NAFIA), will launch Grandpas United on Tuesday, June 5th at 6:00 p.m. at the White Plains Library. Read on...
  54. City of White Plains Launches Dockless Bike Share Program

    Lime and ofo to Provide Dockless Bike Share Services in the City of White Plains Read on...
  55. Kayak Classes and Rentals Return to White Plains Liberty Park

    Kayak rentals and learn to kayak classes will be offered on weekends, 11:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m., starting June 2 through Labor Day. Mountain Valley Guides offers opportunities to rent kayaks and learn how to kayak on Silver Lake at Liberty Park. Read on...
  56. White Plains Outdoor Arts Festival, June 2 and 3rd, Tibbits Parks

    The 56th Annual White Plains Outdoor Arts Festival will take place on Saturday June 2 and Sunday, June 3rd from 10 am to 5pm daily in Tibbits Park, at North Broadway and Main Street . This treasured community attraction is a free event. Read on...
  57. White Plains Theater Lovers' Club

    Do you like Broadway Shows? If so, the White Plains Theater Lovers’ Club is for you! The club will meet this Thursday, May 24th at 6:00 p.m. at the White Plains Community Center, 65 Mitchell Place. Read on...
  58. New White Plains Happenings Calendar Feature Added to Burbio, Community Calendar App

    In January, the City announced its partnership with Burbio, a free online calendar app. Now, 4 months into that partnership, we are excited to announce a new feature for users: The White Plains Business Improvement District (WP BID) Happenings Calendar. Additional Info...
  59. City of White Plains Memorial Day Parade

    The City's annual Memorial Day Parade will be held on Monday, May 28th. The parade will begin on Church St, between Main St & Hamilton Ave and proceed to the Rural Cemetery on No. Bway. Parade steps off at 10:00 a.m. Additional Info...
  60. White Plains Recognizes Veterans with Flags of Honor along Main Street

    As a tribute to our veterans, past and present, the City of White Plains has created an assemblage of American Flags along Main Street. The White Plains Memorial Day Parade will be held on Monday, May 28 at 10:00 a.m. at City Hall, 255 Main Street. Read on...
  61. Due to Expected Inclement Weather, all rec activities scheduled for after 4:30 PM today are canceled

    Due to the threat of severe thunderstorms for our area, all recreation activities scheduled after 4:30 p.m. have been canceled. This includes: Little League, T-Ball, Softball, Swim and Track Programs. White Plains City School District
  62. Arts Westchester & City of White Plains Unveil Street Art Mural

    Mayor Roach and ArtsWestchester CEO Janet Langsam celebrated the completion of a new street mural on Mamaroneck & Martine Avenues. The public art project, created by Wayne “Wane One” Peterkin commemorates the 20th anniversary of the arts council building. Read on...
  63. White Plains Public Library Announces Grand Opening of Everyday Healthy Café

    The grand opening for the Everyday Healthy Café, Hub, and Friends Bookstore will be Wednesday, May 9 at 11 a.m. Read on...
  64. BIG Truck Day, Saturday, May 12th from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m

    Join us for this interactive, fun, free and informative day, Sat., May 12th,10 AM – 2 PM at the Gedney Way Recycling Center, 86 Gedney Way. See, touch, sit in, sound the sirens, honk the horns and even operate some of the City's biggest trucks. Read on...
  65. WP Dept of Public Works Launches Garbage, Recycling & Brush Collection App

    WP DPW has launched an app to help keep White Plains residents informed about garbage, recycling & brush collection. ‘White Plains DPW at Your Service,’ is a free app designed to provide residents with clear, concise, and more personalized info. Read on...
  66. Programs for People with Differing Abilities

    The White Plains Recreation & Parks Department is committed to ensuring that its programs are available to all resident youth and to help all young people to realize their full potential through age appropriate recreation activity. Read on...
  67. New Spring Story Is Now Up At The Bryant - Mamaroneck Park Story Walk

    It’s spring and a new story has been selected for the Bryant-Mamaroneck Park StoryWalk. My Spring Day: The Most Wonderful Time of the Year, written by Ally Nathaniel and illustrated by Milena Radeva. This month’s StoryWalk will run thru Friday, May 31st. Read on...
  68. Due to Expected Inclement Weather, the Farmers' Market Opening Has Been Postponed to Wed, May 2

    Sorry folks, tomorrow looks to be a soaker. Definitely not the day to come out to a farmers' market. The opening is postponed for one week. We look forward to seeing you on WEDNESDAY, MAY 2nd, 8 AM-4 PM on Court Street.
  69. White Plains Take It or Leave It Shed Opens for Season, Saturday, April 28th

    Free-Cycle at the TILI! Leave good condition household items - take household items you need! The TILI shed is located at the Gedney Recyclng Yard on Gedney Way. The shed is open twice weekly beginning Sat. April 28 from 9 - 12 PM and Wed.'s 2 - 4 PM. Read on...
  70. USE OF LEAF BLOWERS

    The City of White Plains leaf blower ordinance is geared toward reducing loud, unnecessary and unwanted noise in our neighborhoods. The use of gasoline-powered leaf blowers is allowed ONLY: March 15 – May 15 and October 1 – December 15th. Read on...
  71. WP BID Purchases Additional Solar-Powered Garbage Receptacle For Use In Downtown

    Happy Earth Day! The White Plains Business Improvement District (“WP BID”) has purchased a Big Belly solar-powered garbage can for the City. The new receptacle will be installed in Renaissance Plaza near Mamaroneck Avenue. Read on...
  72. White Plans Youth Bureau 2nd Annual Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math (STEAM) Fair

    The White Plains Youth Bureau will hold its second annual STEAM Fair on Saturday, April 28th at Eastview Middle School, 350 Main Street, White Plains. Admission is free and all are welcome Read on...
  73. The White Plains My Brother’s Keeper program will host Hugh B. Price, April 16th

    The White Plains My Brother's Keeper to host Hugh B. Price, Former President of the National Urban League, to present his new book, "This African American Life," on Monday, April 16th, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. in the White Plains Library Auditorium. Read on...
  74. Notice of Special Rehabilitation Funding Availability

    2017-18 Special Rehabilitation Funds of the Community Development Block Grant Read on...
  75. NYS Public Service Commission to Hold Public Hearings on March Storms & Power Outages

    The New York State Public Service Commission is sponsoring a series of public statement hearings regarding the March 2018 winter storms & resulting power outages. A public hearing will be held in White Plains on Tues, 4/24 at 6:00PM at the County Center. Read on...
  76. Westchester Open House For Lower Hudson Transit Link Has Been Rescheduled for April 11, 2018

    The Westchester Open House event, postponed due to the winter storm, is now scheduled to take place on Wednesday, April 11, 2018, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the New York Power Authority Jaguar Room, 123 Main Street, White Plains, NY, 10601. Read on...
  77. MTA Metro-North Announces Renewal Project to Bring State of the Art Improvements to White Plains

    Major investment by MTA Metro-North Railroad in White Plains, Westchester County's busiest train station. Project dovetails with City's plan to redevelop area immediately surrounding train station. Read on...
  78. Special Meetings of the Common Council to Discuss the Proposed 2018-2019 Budget

    Attached are the calls for Special Meetings of the Common Council of the City of White Plains for the purpose of discussing the Proposed 2018- 2019 Budget of the City of White Plains. Read on...
  79. City of White Plains Celebrates National Community Development Week April 2 - 6, 2018

    Mayor Tom Roach has issued a proclamation declaring April 2 – 6, 2018 as National Community Development Week in White Plains. During this week, the City of White Plains celebrates the work of the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program. Read on...
  80. Community Gun Buy-Back, Friday, April 13, 2018

    The Office of the Attorney General, Eric T. Schneiderman, with the City of White Plains Dept. of Public Safety, Westchester County District Attorney, Anthony A. Scarpino, Jr. and County Exec., George Latimer announce the Community Gun Buy Back program Read on...
  81. Notice of Public Comment and Public Hearing on HUD and CDBG 2018-2019

    The City of White Plains Community Development Draft 2018-19 Annual Action Plan will be available for a 30-day public review period beginning March 29, 2018. Read on...
  82. Theater Lovers Club

    Do you love seeing Broadway shows? If so, the Theater Lovers Club is a great way to do just that along with like-minded residents. Read on...
  83. The City of White Plains Rec and Parks Department Plainsmen Ice Hockey travel program try-out dates

    The Plainsmen Ice Hockey program is a member of the Hudson Valley Hockey League and competes in the tri-state area. Try outs begin Tuesday, April 10th through April 12th at Ebersole Ice Rink, 110 Lake Street in White Plains. Read on...
  84. Go Green White Plains - 6th Annual Citywide Earth Day Shoe Recycling Initiative

    Dig out those old dusty shoes and donate them to a Citywide shoe recycling effort. Donating shoes couldn’t be easier; there is a dedicated Soles for Souls Bin located at the Gedney Recycling Facility and drop off boxes are located in public buildings. Read on...
  85. 2018 TECH BOOTCAMPS at The White Plains Education & Training Center

    Hack Your Brain! Course offerings for those with a passion for technology who are ready for more. Equipping you to enter an in demand workforce a step above the rest. APPLICATION DEADLINE: April 30th, 2018 Read on...
  86. White Plains Rec & Parks, Library and Youth Bureau programs canceled today due to inclement weather

    All Youth Bureau programs and activities are canceled today. All Rec programs and activities are canceled and all Library programs scheduled for 3/21 - including the AARP Tax Aide - have been canceled - check the Library's website for more information.
  87. Weather-Related Information for White Plains Residents for March 20, 2018 - 4:00 PM

    The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm warning for our area for Wednesday, March 21st. The storm is expected to bring with it wind gusts and heavy snow, indicating the potential for power outages. Read on...
  88. White Plains Recreation & Parks –Accepting Applications for Summer Camp Staff

    White Plains Rec and Parks is looking for youth, ages 16 – 20 who enjoy working with children and have good leadership skills. Applications are available at cityofwhiteplains.com, under the Camp Staff/Employment link and at Rec & Parks, 85 Gedney Way. Read on...
  89. ArtsWestchester White Plains Street Art

    20 artists submit proposals for ArtsWestchester White Plains Street Art opportunity. This is a collaborative Public Art Project supported by the City of White Plains, White Plains BID & Kite Realty Group. Read on...
  90. Con Ed Announces it will Provide Food & Medicine Reimbursement to Customers

    Con Ed has announced that it will offer limited reimbursement to customers who lost power for 3 consecutive days or more for food & medicines as a result of the two Nor'Easters that hit our area. Read on...
  91. Weather-Related Update for White Plains Residents for March 12, 2018

    Due to the anticipated snow storm, the City is offering free parking to WP residents for vehicles registered to addresses within WP in the Lexington-Grove(Galleria), Hamilton-Main & Chester-Maple parking garages from 9:00PM tonight thru 9:00AM Tues, 3/13. Read on...
  92. White Plains Jump In and Swim

    Are you prepared to Jump In and Swim? We hope so because the City of White Plains 6th Annual “Jump In and Swim” Program will kick off on Friday, March 23rd. Read on...
  93. City of White Plains Spring/Summer Guide to Program & Services

    The City of White Plains Spring/Summer 2018 Guide to Programs and Services has been mailed to all residents. The Guide lists Spring and Summer Programs and Services from city departments. Registration begins Monday, March 12th. Read on...
  94. Weather-Related Cancellations for Wednesday, March 7, 2018 - 2:00 PM

    The Zoning Board of Appeals meeting scheduled for tonight has been re-scheduled to Wednesday, March 14th at 7 PM at City Hall.
  95. Weather Related Cancellations for Wednesday, March 7th - 11:30 AM

    The White Plains Public Library will closee at Noon today.
  96. Weather-Related Cancellations for Wednesday, March 7, 2018 - 9:00 AM

    All Youth Bureau & Rec & Parks programs/activities, inc all senior programs, are canceled for Wednesday, March 7th. The Library will open at 10:00 AM. The Harlem Fine Arts Show, which had been scheduled for March 8th, has been postponed to March 27th. Read on...
  97. Weather-Related Update for White Plains Residents & Businesses for March 6, 2018 - 3:00 PM

    There are still several areas of the city without power. We're in constant contact with Con Ed but they have an overall lack of resources. For those without power & for the storm expected to hit our area tomw, the city is providing a number of resources. Read on...
  98. Warming Center Available for White Plains Residents

    The City's warming center, located at the White Plains Education & Training Center, 303 Quarropas Street, will be open again this evening starting at 6:00 PM.
  99. What to do about Fallen Trees on Private Property

    For fallen trees on private property, residents can have the tree cut in 2 ft lengths. Place at curb for City to pick up until 3/23. Bagged yard debris pick up is suspended until the wk of 3/26 while City picks up the large trees that have been downed.
  100. Weather-Related Information for White Plains Residents & Businesses for March 4, 2018 - 8:00 PM

    The City warming center, located at the WP Education & Training Center, 303 Quarropas Street, will remain open this evening for any residents in need. Please read on for an update on Con Ed restoration efforts. Read on...
  101. White Plains Library Open on Sunday

    The White Plains Public Library will be open on Sunday, March 4th from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Free WiFi and charging are available -- along with all the other wonderful things our library has to offer.
  102. Weather-Related Information for White Plains Residents & Businesses for March 3, 2018 - 12:45 PM

    The White Plains Public Library is open regular hours today - 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM. WiFi charging stations are available there for your charging needs. The City has had its forestry crews out working since last night to clear downed trees and tree limbs. Read on...
  103. Weather - Related Information for March 2, 2018 - 5:00 PM

    The City will open a warming center at 6:00 PM this evening at the White Plains Education & Training Center, located at 303 Quarropas Street. Any resident who has lost power is welcome to come to this location. Read on...
  104. Harlem Fine Arts Show Returns To White Plains - March 8, 2018

    The Harlem Fine Arts Show returns to White Plains for its 7th year. This annual event will take place from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. on Thurs, March 8th at the Reckson Metro Center, 360 Hamilton Avenue. The donation for admission is $25.00 Read on...
  105. White Plains St. Patrick's Day Parade & Installation Ceremony Celebrates the Irish

    Come and paint the town green on Saturday, March 10th at 12:00 Noon as White Plains celebrates its 21st Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade! Read on...
  106. White Plains Rec & Parks Summer Day Camp Registration Now Open - Scholarships Available!

    White Plains offers the best in summer day camps. Register before April 16th for the Early Bird Discount! Read on...
  107. Ebersole Ice Rink is the ideal location to enjoy outdoor recreation this winter season!

    Ebersole Ice Rink offers programming for the whole family. The rink is located within Delfino Park, at 110 Lake Street. Read on...
  108. White Plains Recreation & Parks Summer Day Camp Early Registration Now - April 16, 2018

    The City of White Plains Dept of Recreation and Parks offers exciting day camp programs for children grades K-8. To qualify for a scholarship you must present your 2017 tax return for income verification. Immunization records are required to register. Read on...
  109. 2018 Tech Bootcamps at the WPETC

    The White Plains Education & Training Center has partnered with the experts in Technology Training, Per Scholas, to provide in-demand courses that equip adults to successfully enter, or advance in, the field of technology. Read on...
  110. White Plains Youth Bureau Hosts 13th Annual Performing Arts Benefit, Sat, Feb 24th at 7pm

    The White Plains Youth Bureau’s 13th Annual Performing Arts Benefit will honor local artist Joe Cavise. The performance will take place on Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 7:00 p.m. at the White Plains Performing Arts Center, located at the City Center. Read on...
  111. City of White Plains to Partner with BURBIO - Innovative Calendar-Synching Tool

    Do you ever feel like it’s hard to keep track of the many interesting events happening in our community? Now there’s a solution. The City is partnering with Burbio, a free online platform that aggregates community events into a central calendar resource. Read on...
  112. White Plains Recreation and Parks Summer Camp Fair - Saturday, February 3, 2018

    The City of White Plains is offering serious fun at affordable prices for the summer of 2018! Visit the White Plains Rec & Parks Camp Fair, Saturday, Feb 3rd, 10 am – 1 pm, at White Plains High School Cafeteria (North St. entrance) to learn more. Read on...
  113. White Plains Youth Bureau Receives Cockpit Flight Simulator, Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Wed, Jan 17

    White Plains resident and pilot James Parker has donated his custom-designed and built cockpit flight simulator to the White Plains Youth Bureau.The Youth Bureau will host the ribbon cutting ceremony at 4pm on Wednesday, January 17, 2108. Read on...
  114. Alert for Drivers & Pedestrians: Water Main Repair Work

    There will be lane closures on Main Street & North Lexington Avenue due to water main repairs for the next two weeks. Work is scheduled Monday thru Friday between the hours of 9:30 AM and 3:30 PM. Expect delays in the area. Read on...
  115. 1/5/18 Weather Related Cancellations

    Ebersole Ice Rink is closed today. The Friday free swim program at WPHS pool is canceled. All Friday evening and Saturday programs and activities at the Youth Bureau are canceled.
  116. Updated 12:30 PM: Weather related cancellations

    All Youth Bureau and Recreation and Parks programs and activities are cancelled for today due to the weather. The library will close at 1:00 p.m. today.
  117. Water Main Break on North Street

    There is a water main break on North St. just North of Bryant Ave. Dept. of Public Works crew is working on it now. If you notice that your water is discolored run the cold water and it should clear. Water is safe to drink.
  118. Join Us Downtown to Celebrate the New Year!

    New Year's Eve Revelers - Arrive early to avoid delays entering through security gates. More Info: http://www.cityofwhiteplains.com/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=567
  119. Special Paper Pick Up This Saturday

    REMINDER for White Plains residents: Special Paper Pick Up this Saturday, 12/30! Get rid of all that holiday paper, boxes, etc.
  120. City of White Plains JANUARY 2018 Newsletter

    Read the City of White Plains January 2018 E-Newsletter Read on...
  121. Information for Residents Regarding Payment of 2018 City, School District and County Taxes

    Updated 5:30PM: Property tax bills for the 2nd half 2017-18 city & school district taxes have already been issued and residents can pay those bills now. Payments are due on January 31, 2018, however, residents may pay any time in advance of the due date. Read on...
  122. Water Main Break - Update 12/23/17

    Repairs to the road as a result of yesterday's water main break at North Lexington and Main Street are ongoing. North Lexington between Hamilton Ave. & Main St. remains closed, as do the 2 left lanes of Main Street between Bank St. & So. Lexington. Read on...
  123. Water Main Break - Update

    Crews have isolated the break & the system is now re-pressurizing. It should be within normal range within an hour. Read on...
  124. Water Main Break - Update

    Water main break at No. Lexington & Main St resulting in pressure drop. Crews working to isolate break, which will restore presure. WP PD has closed No Lexington btwn Hamilton & Main St and the two left lanes of Main St btwn Bank St & So. Lexington.
  125. Attention Residents: Water Main Break

    There is a water main break currently affecting houses in elevated locations throughout the city. The Dept. of Public Works is aware of the problem and is actively working to remediate it. We will continue to post updates as we get them. Thank you.
  126. Ring in the New Year in White Plains!

    The City of White Plains & White Plains BID are preparing for the New Year's Eve celebration. This family-friendly event is held at the intersection of Main and Court Streets and includes a DJ, a crowd countdown, ball drop, confetti & fireworks. Read on...
  127. Important Information for City of White Plains Taxpayers

    Property Tax bills went out on December 14th, 2017. Although the taxes are not due until January, we have received inquiries from residents asking if they can pay those taxes in December. You Can. Read on...
  128. Skate with Frosty the Snowman -Sunday, December 17 at Ebersole Ice Rink

    Come join Frosty the Snowman and Rudolph the Reindeer at Sunday's public session. Read on...
  129. WinterFest Entertainment Schedule

    To go along with the great shopping and the festive holiday environment, we have created a wonderful WinterFest entertainment schedule. Visitors will enjoy a variety of music, as well as storytelling, cooking demos, and crafts. And it's all free! Read on...
  130. New Year's Eve Vendor Permits Available

    The White Plains Rec & Parks Dept is now accepting applications from vendors to sell Novelty Dry Good Items at the City’s New Year’s Eve Spectacular. Vendor applications are ava at the Rec & Parks Office, 85 Gedney Way, Weekdays 8:30 a.m. - 5:15 p.m. Read on...
  131. City of White Plains to Celebrate 1st Anniversary of My Brother's Keeper Initiative

    The City of White Plains celebrates the 1st anniversary of the My Brother’s Keeper initiative in White Plains on Dec.12, 6 p.m. at Highlands Middle School. The guest speaker is Dr. Jermaine Wright, Interim Associate Dean of Special Programs at CUNY. Read on...
  132. Cityof White Plains Recognizes 25, 30, 35 & 40 Year Employees

    The Mayor and Common Council recognized long-serving City employees at the December 4th Common Council meeting. This annual recognition ceremony highlighted employees who have reached 25, 30, 35 & 40 year milestones with the City. Congratulations to all! Read on...
  133. WINTERFEST DOWNTOWN HOLIDAY MARKET 5-Day Outdoor Market Offers Unique Holiday Shopping Experience

    It’s time to check your holiday shopping list and head over to WinterFest, White Plains’ downtown holiday market. Enjoy some holiday cheer and a special shopping experience. Pick up unique gifts for all the important people on your list. Read on...
  134. City Lights, Bright Holiday Nights - Sunday, December 3rd at Renaissance Plaza

    The City of White Plains will kick off the holiday season on Sun., December 3rd with its annual City Lights, Bright Holiday Nights Community Celebration from 4:00 - 6:00 PM at Renaissance Plaza. This event is free and open to all White Plains residents. Read on...
  135. Santa's Mailbox has arrived on the front steps of City Hall

    Santa Claus has set up a special mailbox on the front steps of City Hall. Santa has invited all City of White Plains resident children to write to him this Holiday Season using this special mailbox. No postage necessary! Read on...
  136. City of White Plains Recognize Veterans With Personalized Flags of Honor Along Main Street

    The American flag is a symbol of our freedom and the bravery of all who have defended this nation. In tribute to our veterans, past and present, the City of White Plains has created an assemblage of American Flags along Main Street. Read on...
  137. White Plains Honors Veterans In Annual Veteran's Day Ceremony

    The City of White Plains will host its annual Veteran’s Day Ceremony on Saturday, November 11, 2017 on the front steps of City Hall at 10:30 a.m. The public is invited to attend and pay tribute to our veterans. Read on...
  138. POSTPONED: Frightfully Fun Halloween Festival. New Date: Nov. 5th

    The weather forecast for Sunday looks terrible, so we are postponing the Frightfully Fun Festival until next Sunday, November 5th. Noon - 4:00 PM on Court Street (between Martine & Main Streets). Don't pack up those Halloween costumes!
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