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  1. FEMA hiring

    FEMA is hiring for immediate local positions in Mamaroneck & Yonkers

    FEMA is hiring for immediate local positions in Mamaroneck and Yonkers to support its response to Hurricane Ida. To apply please visit FEMA website: I https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/613967500 Read on...
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    Energy Conservation & Innovation is Happening Right Here in White Plains

    Thank you to AvalonBay Communities for hosting Mayor Roach & City Building Commissioner Damon Amadio this afternoon at Avalon White Plains on Barker Ave, where they got to see & learn about the 1st indoor lithium-ion battery storage unit in NY State. Read on...
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    Westchester Co. Food Scrap Composting Drop-off at White Plains Farmers Market

    The food scraps collected by the County at participating farmers’ markets are processed into compost at the County’s Compost & Education Facility in Valhalla. The resulting compost is used to improve soil at County-owned properties. Read on...
  4. CITY SEAL - HIGH RES

    POST IDA: STORM CLEAN UP - Important Safety Issue for Residents

    Residents undertaking any work related to the replacement or reinstallation of gas-fired equipment (i.e. – boilers, furnaces, hot water heaters, etc.) as a result of the Hurricane Ida storm are asked to contact the City of White Plains Building Dept. Read on...
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    Post Ida Storm Clean Up Tips - Preventing & Cleaning Up Mold

    Some helpful tips for those impacted by flooding from Hurricane Ida from the CDC. Read on...
  6. White Plains Recreation & Parks

    A Part of the Bryant-Mamaroneck Park Walking Trail is Closed Due to Damage Caused by Hurricane Ida

    Please be aware, a portion of the Bryant- Mamaroneck Park Walking Trail is closed due to damage caused by Hurricane Ida.
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    The Dept. of Public Works to conduct Sanitary Sewer Evaluation Study

    The purpose of this study is to determine & eliminate locations where excess rainwater and/or illicit connections(inflow) and groundwater(infiltration) may be entering sanitary sewer pipes. The smoke is non-toxic & non-hazardous when used as directed. Read on...
  8. Road work ahead

    Milling Existing Asphalt & Paving of West Street (Hubbard Drive to Dale Street)

    Milling Existing Asphalt and Paving of West Street from Hubbard Drive to Dale Street is anticipated to begin on or about Thursday, Sept 9 between 8 AM and 4:30 PM with the street remaining open to vehicular traffic, on-street parking will be restricted. Additional Info...
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    Hurricane Ida Relief Assistance from FEMA

    FEMA has released resources for residents to request assistance following the impact of Hurricane Ida. Read on...
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    UPDATE! Special Sanitation Alert: Bulk Pick Up Extended

    Bulk pick up has been extended through next Friday, September 17th. The Dept. of Public Works will be picking up all storm debris, curbside, throughout the city with exception of TVs. Drop off TVs at Gedney Recycling Yard or make appointment for pick up. Read on...
  11. Special Bulk Pick up (3)

    Special Sanitation Alert - Bulk Pick Up All Week to Assist with Storm Clean-up

    The Department of Public Works will have 4 extra sanitation trucks circling the city this week to pick up bulk items at the curb. If you have large, bulky items as a result of last week's storm, please put them at the curb for pick up this week. Read on...
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    Road Repaving Projects

    The Dept. Public Works has tentatively scheduled the repaving of Robinhood Road and Howard Avenue for the week of September 13, 2021. Questions may be directed to Angel Finateri at 914.422.1202. Read on...
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    Small Business Disaster Loans

    Homeowners, renters, private nonprofit organizations and businesses of all sizes may be eligible to apply for and receive SBA Disaster Loan assistance to cover some of the damages/losses caused by the rain from Hurricane IDA. Read on...
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    Welcome Back Reception at the Senior Center event - postponed.

    Due to unfortunate flooding at the Community Center, the Welcome Back Reception at the Senior Center, that was to be held on September 10, has been postponed. The event will be rescheduled for a future date. Please look for more information to come.
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    City of White Plains September 11th Remembrance Ceremony

    The City of White Plains will host its annual September 11th Remembrance Ceremony on Saturday, September 11th, 2021 at 9:00 a.m. at Liberty Park on Lake Street, the site of the city’s permanent 9/11 Memorial. Read on...
  16. water main flushing

    Water Main Flushing scheduled for Sept. 10 & 17th in the Battle Hill, Church Street & No. Bdway area

    During September, the Bureau of Water will be flushing water mains in the Battle Hill, Church Street and North Broadway area on September 10th and 17th between the hours of Midnight and 4 AM. For further information, call the Water Bureau @ 422.1220. Additional Info...
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    Gov. Hochul Signs into Law a New Moratorium on COVID-Related Residential & Commercial Evictions

    New York Now Boasts Strongest Eviction Protections in the Nation for Those Facing Hardship Due To COVID-19. Read on...
  18. White Plains Public Library

    White Plains Public Library Open Today 10 AM - 9 PM, WiFi Available

    Library open regular hours, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. WiFi available
  19. Heavy Rain - Hurricane Symbol

    Remnants of Ida will Impact White Plains Today & Tomorrow

    Good Morning, White Plains. The remnants of Hurricane Ida will be passing through our area today & tomorrow, 9/2. Significant rainfall is expected and flash flooding may occur. DPW & PD have been hard at work preparing for this storm. Read on...
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    NFL Legend Reggie Williams at Coffee with Grandpas United on Zoom - Sept. 14th

    Grandpas United is excited to invite all Grandpas to welcome NFL legend Reggie Williams to our next Coffee with Grandpas via Zoom on Tues, Sept. 14 @ 6:30pm – 7:30pm. Topic: Resilient by Nature: Reflections from a Life of Winning On & Off the Field. Read on...
  21. Chill spots to beat the heat

    Heat Advisory in Effect for Our Area. Where to go to Cool Down.

    A Heat Advisory is once again affecting our area. Temperatures and humidity are expected to remain high through Thursday. Read on...
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    Girls in Aviation Day, September 25th at Westchester County Airport

    The White Plains Youth Bureau Aviation Academy in partnership with Women in Aviation International Invite You to celebrate - Girls in Aviation Day, Saturday, September 25th, 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM at the Westchester County Airport. Read on...
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    The Youth Bureau's Food Truck's Next Stop is Thurs. August 26th at Winbrook Public Housing

    The Youth Food Truck Program is an Innovative Entrepreneurial Program for Youth. The Food Truck's next stop is scheduled for Thursday, August 26th from 2pm - 5pm at Winbrook Public Housing. $1 menu items: hot dogs, chicken fingers and french fries. Read on...
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    One White Plains Comprehensive Plan Update: Listening Tour

    White Plains is kicking off the process to create One White Plains, the City's new Comprehensive Plan. The Plan will identify our community's current needs and priorities to inform recommendations that guide planning decisions for the City's future. Read on...
  25. Hurricane - Stormy Weather

    Tropical Storm Henri Update - 8/23/21

    The City is recovering from the effects of Henri. Garbage P/U is proceeding on the normal schedule. The Library is open 10am-9pm. Parks are open, but pools & tennis courts remain closed today. The Community Ctr will be closed until further notice. Read on...
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    Tropical Storm Henri Update - 8/22/21

    Tropical Storm Henri continues to impact our area with heavy rain. We have seen areas of flooding and some roads and intersections have been temporarily closed, including the Central Westchester Parkway & Paulding St near the Westchester Mall. Read on...
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    Stormy Weather on the Way due to Hurricane Henri

    We are closely monitoring the weather situation around Henri. Our area will experience the storm's impacts, incl heavy rain & high winds. Report power outages to Con Ed at www.coned.com. Read on for addl details. We'll post updates as needed. Read on...
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    WP residents, come celebrate the new school year at the Back 2 School Bash, Sat. Aug. 21st

    The White Plains Galleria Mall, in cooperation with the White Plains Youth Bureau, invites White Plains residents to enjoy the Back to School Bash, Saturday, August 21st from 1pm to 4pm. Register in advance; fwilliams@whiteplainsny.gov or 914.422.1378. Read on...
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    Westchester County Construction Career Fair, Wed., August 25th

    A Construction Career Fair will take place on Wed. Aug. 25th from 11AM-2PM @ NY Power Authority, 123 Main St., White Plains. The job fair provides opportunities to learn about careers in construction and the construction industry, Read on...
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    Do you have household items you no longer use? Consider donating to the TILI Shed @ Gedney Recycling

    The Take It or Leave It Shed is a treasure. The more we reuse perfectly good items, the less we add to our landfills! The TILI Shed is open seasonally on Wed.'s from 2pm - 4pm and Sat.'s from 9am - Noon. TILI Shed is operated by Eco Neighbors. Read on...
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    JazzFest White Plains returns September 9th – 12th with 15 live performances .

    JazzFest 2021: Get ready for 4 days of amazing jazz right here in downtown White Plains! The sounds of live jazz will be flowing throughout downtown White Plains as JazzFest White Plains returns with 15 live performances this September 9 – 12, 2021. Read on...
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    VaxUpWestchester Vax-Info Virtual Town Hall for Parents/Teens, August 10, 7:30 p.m.

    VaxUpWestchester Vax-Info Virtual Town Hall for Parents/Teens, August 10, 7:30 p.m. Read on...
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    Spend Sunday in the Park at the Gardella Family Fun Day - August 15th

    Come join the fun at Gardella Family Fun Day - Sun., August 15th from 4PM - 10 PM. Activities for kids and adults, including two Championship basketball games, The event is free & food will be available for purchase. Read on...
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    Con Edison Offering Payment Programs to Help Customers & the Region

    Con Edison payment programs can help customers and the region emerge from the pandemic. Company seeking to work with customers, offering payment plans and other help. Read on...
  35. Back to School QA

    Back to School Q&A Event With a Panel of Childcare Professionals

    Do you have questions or concerns regarding the upcoming school year? On Wednesday, Sept 1st @ 7PM a panel of childcare & School District professionals will be on-hand to answer questions & discuss what to expect in this school year. Read on...
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    New York State has funding available for those who qualify for the Excluded Workers Fund

    NYS has funds available to provide financial help to NYers who lost income during the COVID-19 pandemic & were ineligible for other federal relief programs due to lack of citizenship or other factors. Funds are available through the Excluded Workers Fund. Read on...
  37. August is national immunization month

    August is National Immunization Awareness Month

    Westchester Co. Dept of Health has available a walk-in COVID vaccine clinic & FREE back-to-school vaccines. Call 914 995 5800 for info. Homebound seniors can make vaccine appointments through the Westchester Co. Dept of Senior Programs (914) 813-6300. Read on...
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    New York State Independent Redistricting Commission Seeks Your Input

    The Independent Redistricting Commission of New York will hold a virtual public meeting on August 2nd, 2021 at 2pm to seek comments from the residents of the Mid-Hudson Valley and Capital Region. To participate, sign up at www.nyirc.gov. Read on...
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    Program Closings Due to Inclement Weather

    Today's expected storms have forced the postponement of the Noon Day Concert at Renaissance Park & the evening Concert on Court Street, plus closed the pools & the YB Food Truck visit is canceled. Tennis Courts & Softball will also close. Read on...
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    WP Youth Bureau Grandpas United Speaker Series Welcomes Congressman Mondaire Jones August 3rd

    Join us this week for the Coffee with Grandpas Speaker Series on August 3rd at 9:30 AM with Guest Speaker, Congressman Mondaire Jones. To register and receive the Zoom link, or for more information, please email GrandpasUnitedWPYB@gmail.com. Read on...
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    McLean Avenue Band Performance on Court Street rescheduled for August 19th

    Bring a lawn chair and join us for the music of the McLean Avenue Band. Taking the Irish American music scene by storm, McLean Avenue Band masterfully combines traditional Irish tunes and ballads with elements of rock, pop and R&B. Read on...
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    "Walk Out" Ceremony Salutes Retiring Fire Chief Richard L. Lyman

    On July 26, 2021 the White Plains community joined Public Safety officials & the White Plains Fire Department for a farewell "walk out" ceremony to honor retiring Fire Chief Richard L. Lyman. Chief Lyman served the City of White Plains for 44+ years. Read on...
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    Free Movie Night on Court Street Tonight at 8:15 PM

    The City of White Plains Department of Recreation & Parks Presents Nights in the Park with a FREE showing tonight of E.T. the Extra Terrestrial movie beginning at 8:15 PM. Bring your lawn chair and enjoy the show! Read on...
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    Are you having problems paying your mortgage due to COVID-19?

    WRO can provide assistance for those in need due to the pandemic. To learn more, register for the Zoom webinar scheduled for Monday, July 26 at 5:30 PM. Visit the WRO website at www.wroinc.org, tele 914 428 4507 Read on...
  46. Free Multi day meal boxes for children (1) newsflash

    Free Multi-Day Meal Boxes Available for Children age 18 & Younger

    WP City School Dist. & Revolution Foods are proud to provide FREE meals for children 18 & younger. Each child will receive a box with 7 breakfasts & 7 lunches. Meal Boxes can be picked up @ Rochambeau School on Tuesdays from 8 AM-10AM. Call 422 2054 Read on...
  47. Covid vaccines

    Want to speak with a medical professional about the COVID vaccine? Call 914 995 5800

    Westchester Co. Dept of Health has set up a phone line for residents to speak directly with nurses & doctors about the COVID-19 vaccines. Residents can call 914-995-5800 to speak with medical professionals in Eng or Span to get answers to their concerns. Read on...
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    New Book on display at the Bryant-Mamaroneck Park, StoryWalk

    Summer time is here and a new story has been selected for the Bryant-Mamaroneck Park StoryWalk. Take a stroll and enjoy, " The Whole Hole Story" by Vivian McInerny. This month’s StoryWalk selection will be on display through Tues. August 24th, 2021. Read on...
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    Road Resurfacing the Week of July 19, 2021

    Please be advised the Dept. of Public Works has tentatively scheduled repaving of Washington Avenue and the dead end of Wayne Avenue and Primrose Street beginning Monday, July 19, 2021 - weather permitting. Read on...
  50. REggae band Court street free concert

    Join Us at 7PM tonight for "A Night in the Park featuring Ital Reggae Band"

    Join the City of White Plains and ArtsWestchester on Court Street for Ital Reggae Band - a high-energy reggae band that plays everything from Bob Marley, Vybz Kartel, Beres Hammond, Gregory Isaacs, UB-40, Marcia Griffiths, original songs, & much more. Read on...
  51. White Plains Public Library

    White Plains Public Library News!

    Beginning this Saturday, July 17, 2021, you will be able to visit the Trove without the need to make an appointment. Also, The Edge, our teen Library, is open Monday through Friday 2:00 to 6:00 p.m., and 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. on Saturdays. Read on...
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    I Got the Shot!

    Don't Wait, Vaccinate! The I Got the Shot video campaign, created by Roksolana Sikyrynska encourages the public to get vaccinated by connecting on a personal level. Vaccines are available by appointment or a walk-in basis. Read on...
  54. Tropical Storm Elsa July 2021

    Tropical Storm Elsa is expected to impact our area late tonight into Friday

    Tropical Storm Elsa is expected to impact our area late tonight into Friday. The National Weather Service advises that the main threats from Elsa are heavy rain and wind. Read on...
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    WP Library Gallery & Auditorium Renovations; New Home for WP Community Media Cable TV Studio

    White Plains cuts ribbon on new studio space for its Community Media Studio and renovated Library Gallery and Meeting Rooms. Read on...
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    City of White Plains Adopted Budget 2021-2022

    Here is a link to the Summary of the Adopted 2021-22 City Budget. Additional Info...
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    Con Edison is conducting a Natural Gas Detector & Natural Gas Service Line Inspection Prog

    Con Edison is currently conducting a Natural Gas Detector and Natural Gas Service Line Inspection program at customer premises. This is a requirement of the New York State Public Service Commission. Read on...
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    Need A Place to Cool Down in these Hot Temperatures?

    The Library is open today (Tuesday 6/29) and tomorrow (Wednesday 6/30) from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. They have added extra seating and are welcoming people who want to make use of the Library as a cooling center. For more info, call 914-422-1400
  60. Battle of White Plains painting by Edmund F Ward 1926 on display at White Plains library

    Celebrate the Spirit of 1776

    As Independence Day approaches take the opportunity to enjoy our historic walking loops which highlight White Plains' rich history and our role in the birth of our nation. Read on...
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    The White Plains Youth Bureau Has Summer Job Openings for Teens!

    Is your teen looking for something to do this summer? The White Plains Youth Bureau has a few summer job opportunities still available. Act fast! These programs are filling up quickly! Read on...
  62. CITY SEAL - HIGH RES

    Garbage & Recycling Schedule Changes for July 4th Holiday

    In observance of Independence Day, all City offices will be closed on Monday, July 5th and there will be no garbage pick-up that day. There will be no paper recycling pick-up this week. Paper recycling will resume on Wednesday, July 14th. Read on...
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    White Plains Public Library to expand it's hours beginning July 1st 2021

    On July 1st, 2021 the White Plains Public Library will return to regular business hours for in-person visitors. Patrons are welcome to browse the 1st fl & borrow materials. All programs will continue online. We still require visitors to mask up. Read on...
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    Road Resurfacing the Week of June 28, 2021

    Please be aware the Dept of Public Works has tentatively scheduled Road Resurfacing Projects for the week of June 28, 2021. Read on...
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    WP Celebrates 5th Anniversary of Participating in the Westchester Power Program

    WP is proud to participate in the Westchester Power Program, which supplies electricity to approx 115,000 households & small biz in 28 participating municipalities. Launched in 2016, the program has cut approx 775,000 Metric Tons of Carbon Emissions. Read on...
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    One White Plains: City of WP Launches Process to Create New Comprehensive Plan

    The City of White Plains has begun the process of updating its Comprehensive Plan, which serves as a guiding document for land use regulations, such as zoning code updates, and capital improvements. Read on...
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    New York Reaches 70% Milestone in Vaccinations - What You Need to Know

    Gov Cuomo has lifted most remaining COVID-19 restrictions because 70% of adult (18+) NYers have received at least 1 dose of the vaccine. 75% of Westchester residents 18+ have received at least one dose of the vaccine as of June 15. Tremendous news! Read on...
  68. Social justice and the arts

    Social Justice & the Arts ~ A Juneteenth Celebration @Turnure Park, Sat. June 19 3PM - 5PM

    The WP's Youth Bureau’s Keepers of the Dream, WESPAC Foundation, BackYard Sports Cares and Westchester Youth Alliance, is sponsoring “Social Justice and the Arts,” Sat., June 19, 2021, 3PM- 5PM @ Turnure Park The program celebrate Juneteenth, Read on...
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    Grandpas United Receives National ‘Generations United’ Award

    White Plains Grandpas United has been selected as one of five honorees at the Generations United Virtual Conference for the Generations United biennial awards program, to be presented at the 20th Global Intergenerational Conference June 15-17, 2021. Read on...
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    Outdoor Concerts Return to White Plains with a Tribute to Jimmy Buffet Concert on Father's Day

    Bring lawn chairs, blankets, your family & friends to our special, FREE Sunday Concert in Turnure Park, June 20th @ 7PM. This year's show features a Tribute to Jimmy Buffet. While relaxing in "Margaritaville" everyone should social distance. Read on...
  71. Vote 2021 Your vote counts

    Absentee Ballot & Early voting Information for June 22 Primary

    As the June 22 primary election approaches, County Executive George Latimer reminds residents that Early Voting will be available up to two weeks before the election and laws regarding absentee ballots have reverted back to pre-pandemic regulations. Read on...
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    Free Summer Solstice Yoga, Monday, June 21st 7pm @ Turnure Park

    The City of White Plains presents an evening of FREE outdoor yoga on Monday, June 21st 7PM at Turnure Park. We are excited to have White Plains' own Patty Holmes, owner of the Yoga Garden, leading the Summer Solstice yoga event. Bring your own mat. Read on...
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    City of White Plains Pools Officially Open for Season

    Gardella and Kittrell pools will open for the season on Sat., June 19th. WP residents only. Pool Pass required. Pool hours: Sun.-Sat. from 12:30 - 7:30 pm, Session times: 12:30 - 2:30 pm, 3:00-5:00 pm, and 5:30-7:30 pm Read on...
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    Sounds of Summer 2021

    From concerts and yoga to kids programs and movie screenings - There's lots to do in White Plains this summer! Read on...
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    Music in Motion - Thursday Evenings Now through July 1st

    Catch live music in downtown White Plains as bands serenade outdoor cafés of the downtown! Eat at your favorite restaurant and enjoy the band's performance as they stroll along the sidewalk playing music for outdoor diners. Read on...
  76. StoryWalk June 2021 A party to remember by Tim Tebow

    New Book on display at the Bryant-Mamaroneck Park, StoryWalk

    Bronco and Friends: A Party to Remember by Tim Tebow is on display at the StoryWalk,. StoryWalk is a partnership between CWP Rec & Parks Dept & the WP Public Library & combines a children's story with a popular walking route. Read on...
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  78. Traffic Alert: Loss of Signal at Mamaroneck & Shapham

    The traffic signal light at Mamaroneck and Shapham Aves has failed and is not in service. Read on...
  79. Juneteenth countywide event 2021

    Countywide Juneteenth Kickoff Event

    Juneteenth, the oldest known celebration commemorating the end of slavery in the US, will be recognized as an official NY holiday in 2021. Join us in this free, virtual event to recognize this historic occasion & kick-off a monthlong series of activities. Read on...
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    New York State Announces Emergency Rental Assistance Program

    NY recently announced a rental assistance program to support households which are behind on their rent, which have experienced financial hardship, that are at risk of homelessness or housing instability and that earn at or below 80% of area median income. Read on...
  81. Memorial Day Honor Our Heroes

    Memorial Day

    In observance of Memorial Day, all City offices will be closed on Monday, May 31st. Please be aware there will be no garbage pick-up. Read on...
  82. WPOAF 2021 - Horiz

    White Plains Outdoor Arts Festival, June 5th & 6th, 10 AM - 5PM at Tibbits Park

    The WPOAF has brought diverse displays of fine arts and crafts to tree-lined Tibbits Park in the heart of bustling downtown White Plains for over 50 years! Paintings, photography, ceramics, glasswork, jewelry, textiles, and much more are all on display. Read on...
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    The 17th Annual White Plains Juneteenth Commemoration Ceremony - June 12th

    This year's celebration will be held virtually on Sat. June 12th from 11AM - 1PM. The program will include a flag raising ceremony, live performances & more. The theme for this year's celebration is "Preserving Our Legacy." Watch on Fios 47, Optimum 75 Read on...
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    Westchester County Announces Additional Homebound Vaccines Available

    Westchester County Department of Senior Programs and Services Has Announced Additional Homebound Vaccinations are Available. Call 914-813-6300 to Make an Appointment. Caregivers also eligible to receive the vaccine. Read on...
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  88. Memorial Day Honor Our Heroes

    2021 Memorial Day Ceremony, Monday, May 31st 11AM at Delfino Park

    Join us as we honor our heroes, the men & women of the military, who have passed away. The 2021 honorees are Jack Collins, US Marine and past Commander of American Legion Post #135 & Malcolm Baehr, US Navy & member of the Jewish War Veterans Post #181 Read on...
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    Have Questions about the COVID-19 Vaccine? Get Answers During FB Live Session

    Have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine? Get answers this Friday, May 7th at 4:30 PM during our FB live session with White Plains Hospital & El Centro Hispano. Session will be in English & Spanish and Live from El Centro Hispano Inc Facebook page. Read on...
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    A Pathway to Home Ownership webinar- May 20th, 10 AM

    Mark your calendars! The NYS Home & Community Renewal Information Session highlighting the "Give Us Credit," & the Down Payment Assistance Loans program is scheduled for May 20th 10AM - 11AM. These programs are designed to increase home ownership. Read on...
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    Mayor Roach & Friends Talk Vaccine Hesitancy

    Mayor Roach, El Centro Hispano Director Isabel Villar, and Mitesh Patel, Pharmacist at Sunshine Pharmacy on Main St, talk about vaccine hesitancy in this new PSA in English and Spanish. Additional Info...
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    The City of White Plains Youth Bureau Presents A Way Forward

    A Conversation with Black Parents Helping Youth Achieve Success In and Out of School. Taking charge of your child's education means taking charge of your child's future. Zoom meeting - May 4th, 2021 6:30 PM. Call the Youth Bureau for more info 422.1378 Read on...
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    White Plains Youth Bureau Summer Employment Applications Available Now - June 4th

    Summer job applications are available to WP residents age 14 -21 years old. Proof of WP residency required. Application deadline June 4th, 2021. Call the White Plains Youth Bureau 914.422.1378 for additional info or access the employment package below. Read on...
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    NY Project Hope: Coping with COVID

    COVID-19 has changed all of our lives. It's important to know there's someone you can talk to . NY Project Hope provides crisis counselors who can help you cope with COVID. It's Confidential, Anonymous and Free. Emotional Support Helpline: 1-844-863-9314. Read on...
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  100. Thank you to Volunteer heroes

    White Plains Youth Bureau 2021 Volunteer Recognition Program

    On April 22nd, we paused to honor and celebrate more than 200 volunteers who have made a difference in our community. We are stronger, healthier and better because of their contribution to our community. Read on...
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    Fair and Affordable Housing Expo - Sat. May 1st - Zoom

    Fair & Affordable Housing Virtual Expo 2021, Saturday, May 1st 11:00 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. Register for Free Zoom Webinar Read on...
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    Water Main Flushing May 7th & 21st in specific neighborhoods

    Weather permitting, On May 7th & 21st the Bureau of Water will be flushing water mains between midnight & 4 AM in the areas of Coralyn/Reynal, Hillair/Holbrook, Richbell/Topland/North St. & Saxon Woods/Rosedale. Read on...
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    White Plains PTA Free Book Celebration May 1st, 2021 at Eastview Campus

    Free Books for everyone from EZ Readers to the Classics at the Annual White Plains PTA Free Book Celebration on May 1 at the basketball court at Eastview Middle School . It is a free, outdoor, socially distanced event open to all WP families. Read on...
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    U.S. Small Business Admin Launches Restaurant Revitalization Fund

    The American Rescue Plan Act created the RRF to provide restaurants with grants - not loans - potentially equal to pandemic-related revenue losses, up to $10 M per entity, or $5 million per physical location for a certain periods during the pandemic. Read on...
  106. Vaccine Hesitancy Lecture

    Separating Facts from Fear: How to Vaccinate with Confidence!

    A conversation with White Plains Hospital experts on the COVID-19 vaccine. Read on...
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    Register for the Moderna Vaccine Clinic - 4/20 at Ebersole Ice Rink

    Register for the Moderna Vaccine Clinic scheduled for Tues. April 20th @ Ebersole Ice Rink. Vaccines available for New Yorkers age 18 and above. Register online at https://hipaa.jotform.com/211054808590151 or call the WP COVID Angels @ 422.1378 on Mon. Read on...
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    White Plains Public Library to Re-open on April 29th

    We are very pleased that the Library will be reopening on Thursday, April 29th. A huge thanks goes to all of our patrons for their patience as we navigated this past year. Read on...
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    White Plains Downtown Farmers Market Opens April 21st!

    The City of White Plains downtown farmers market opens for the season on Wed, April 21st. The market will be open weekly on Wednesdays from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm on Court Street (btwn Main St & Martine Ave) through Nov 24th. COVID safety protocols in effect Read on...
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    Mobile Shredder for Residents - Saturday, April 17th at Gedney Recycling Yard

    Up to 4 boxes of papers are allowed. No metals clips. Mobile Shredder will operate until it reaches capacity. Residents must remain in their vehicles. Boxes should be placed on back seat. Staff will remove the box(es) from car and place in shredder. Read on...
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    Michelle's Garden by Sharee Miller on Display at the Bryant-Mamroneck Park StoryWalk

    Spring time is here and a new story has been selected for the Bryant-Mamaroneck Park StoryWalk. Michelle's Garden: How the First Lady Planted Seeds of Change. Read on...
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    Special Meeting

    The meeting will be aired live on the White Plains Cable Access Channels (Channel 75 on Altice and Channel 47 on FIOS) and streamed on the City’s website (http://whiteplainsny.swagit.com/live). Read on...
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    Design Review Board

    The Design Review Board will hold its regularly scheduled meeting on Monday April 12, 2021 at 7:00 p.m. Read on...
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    Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Available, Sat. April 10th @ Mt. Hope AME Zion Church

    Mt. Hope AME Zion Church @ 65 Lake Street is accepting reservations for the Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Clinic on Saturday, April 10th 8AM -5PM. To schedule an appointment, call 914.948.6372 or use the link below. Vaccine available for ages 18+ Read on...
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    City of White Plains Offices Closed, Friday, April 2, 2021

    There will be no trash collection Friday and there will be NO paper recycling this week. Paper recycling will resume on Wednesday, April 7th.
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    COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Expanded

    NYS announced that starting on Tuesday, March 30th, residents 30 years and older will be eligible for the vaccine and can begin scheduling their appointments. Read on...
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    White Plains Celebrates Nat'l Volunteer Month - Submit Volunteer Names & Orgs for Recognition

    White Plains will celebrate Natl Volunteer Month Thurs, April 22 @ 6:30 PM with a tribute to volunteers in our own community. Help us celebrate and recognize these volunteers. Send names & orgs to Laura Montoya, lmontoya@whiteplainsny.gov, by April 15. Read on...
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    Water Main Flushing Friday, April 9th and Friday, April 23rd.

    During the month of April, the Bureau of Water will be flushing water mains in the Soundview-Old Mam'k Rd, Gedney Farms -Colonial and Havilands - North St. neighborhoods on April 9th and 23rd. This is a necessary maintenance and safety requirement. Read on...
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    City of White Plains Installs a HAWK traffic light on Main Street

    You may have noticed, The City of White Plains has installed a “HAWK” signal on Main St between Lex Ave & MLK Blvd. HAWK stands for High-intensity Activated cross WalK. It is designed to assist pedestrians when crossing at a mid-block crosswalk. Read on...
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    Special Meeting

    The City of White Plains Common Council will hold a special meeting on Tuesday, March 23, 2021 at 1:30 p.m. Read on...
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    Co. Legislator Latimer & Co. District Attorney Rocah launch #SpeakUpWestchester Campaign

    Westchester Co. Executive George Latimer & District Attorney Miriam E. Rocah launch the #SPEAKUPWESTCHESTER CAMPAIGN. Latimer & Rocah encourage those who are the victim or witness a hate crime, bias or hate incident to report it & not stay silent Read on...
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    Information Regarding the Use of Gas Powered Leaf Blowers

    The City of White Plains noise ordinance limits and restricts the use of gasoline-powered leaf blowers in order to reduce loud, unnecessary, and unwanted noise in our neighborhoods. Gas powered leaf blowers are permissable beginning March 15 -May 14th. Read on...
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    Notice of Public Comment and Public Hearing on U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HU

    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of White Plains Draft 2020-24 Consolidated Plan and 2020-21 Annual Action Plan will be available for a 30-day public review and comment period beginning March 12, 2021. cityofwhiteplains.com/PlansReports. Read on...
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    City-wide COVID-19 Day of Remembrance, Sunday, March 21st, 2PM - 3PM

    Organized by the Ministers' Fellowship Council of White Plains and White Plains Religious Leaders and the City of White Plains on the front lawn of Congregation Kol Ami, 252 Soundview Avenue, White Plains. Raindate - Thursday, March 25th at 6PM. Read on...
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    Blood Drive at the Thomas H. Slater Center, March 29th 10AM - 4PM

    New donors NEEDED! Your donation can save up to 3 lives! Schedule an appointment at www.RedCrossBlood.org and use sponsor code: Slater Read on...
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    First Annual Grandpas-A -Thon, Saturday, March 20th

    The White Plains Youth Bureau’s Grandpas United Program is sponsoring a Grandpas A-Thon, March 20, 2021, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Grandpas United provides intergenerational programming to help youth reach their potential. Read on...
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    Free Rides to Vaccination Appointments Now Available to Seniors & Disabled Thru ParaTransit

    Westchester County Paratransit has announced that it will be providing FREE transportation to seniors and disabled constituents who need a ride to their vaccination appointment. Read on...
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    City of White Plains Breaks Ground on 6.8MW Community Solar Portfolio

    The City of White Plains and its selected developer, Distributed Solar Development, have broken ground on a nine-project, 6.8 MW community solar portfolio of city-owned sites that will triple the amount of solar energy produced in Westchester County. Read on...
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    White Plains Youth Bureau Grandpas United Announce Community Engagement Student Awards

    Grandpas United is pleased to announce its First Annual Civic Engagement Awards Program to honor high school seniors who have developed the combination of knowledge, skills, values & motivation to make a difference in their community. Read on...
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    Special Meeting

    The City of White Plains Common Council will hold a special meeting on Wednesday, March 10, 2021 at 8:30 p.m. to consider the final report of the White Plains Police Reform Committee. Read on...
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    Gov. Cuomo Announces New Yorkers 60 Years of Age or Older Are Eligible to Receive Vaccine

    Gov. Cuomo announces New Yorkers 60 years of age or older can be vaccinated beginning March 10th. If you need assistance securing an appointment contact the White Plains Covid Angels at 914.422.1378 or email at wpangels@whiteplainsny.gov Read on...
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    White Plains Common Council to Receive Final Report of the White Plains Police Reform Committee

    A special meeting of the White Plains Common Council has been scheduled for Wednesday, March 10, 2021 at 8:30 PM to receive the final report of the White Plains Police Reform Committee. Read on...
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    Are you 65 or Older? Do You Need Help Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine?

    The White Plains COVID Angels are here to help. The COVID Angels can help seniors 65+ secure a vaccine appointment and obtain the protection they need to combat this aggressive virus. Please call the White Plains Youth Bureau at 914.422.1378 today! Read on...
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    Covid-19 Vaccine Education Forum, Thursday, March 18th 6:30 PM

    Should I get the Covid-19 Vaccine? The White Plains Youth Bureau in cooperation with the Westchester Medical Center Health Network offer this opportunity to hear from medical experts who can answer all your questions regarding the vaccine. Call 422.1378. Read on...
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    White Plains Launches COVID Angels Project to Help Seniors Get Vaccinated Get Vaccinated

    The City of White Plains is launching a COVID Angels Volunteer Project to assist White Plains seniors with navigating the technology needed to obtain an appointment for getting the COVID-19 vaccination. Volunteer Angels are needed to assist! Read on...
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    MARCH 1, 2021 COMMON COUNCIL MEETING AND CITIZENS TO BE HEARD SESSION

    MARCH 1, 2021 COMMON COUNCIL MEETING AND CITIZENS TO BE HEARD SESSION Read on...
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    White Plains Police Reform Committee Issues Draft Report for Public Comment

    The White Plains Police Reform Comm has issued its Draft Report for public comment. The report can be accessed through the Committee webpage. Comments will be accepted thru March 6, 2021. Submit comments @ policereform@whiteplainsny.gov or (914) 422-1313. Read on...
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    White Plains Public Library - Services Update

    Grab & Go service at the White Plains Public Library has been temporarily suspended. Read on...
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    Summer Camp in White Plains for resident children in grades K - 9.

    It's snowing outside, but we are looking toward the sunnier months ahead! White Plains Rec & Parks is offering Summer Camp opportunities for resident children in grades K - 9. Availability is limited due to COVID guidelines, and registration starts soon! Read on...
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    CELEBRATING BLACK CULTURE – BLACK COACHES & LIFE LESSONS FOR SUCCESS WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2021

    White Plains Youth Bureau's Grandpas United + Lower Hudson My Brother's Keeper Alliance Host "Black Coaches & Life Lessons for Success Feat. Allan & Wade Houston - WED., FEBRUARY 24, 2021 via ZOOM. For information, contact the Youth Bureau, 914-422-1378. Read on...
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    White Plains Youth Bureau Sponsors Program on The Freedom Riders

    KEEPERS OF THE DREAM IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE WHITE PLAINS YOUTH BUREAU AND BACKYARD SPORTS CARES PRESENTS FREEDOM RIDERS - TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 6 P.M. Read on...
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    The White Plains Public Library Will Close at 5 PM Today.

    The White Plains Public Library will close at 5 pm this afternoon due to the winter storm.
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    Ebersole Ice Rink and Community Center Closed Today Due To Inclement Weather

    The Ebersole Ice Rink and Community Center are closed today. All rec activities canceled due to snow.
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    The CDC says Tight-fit Masks or Double Masking with Cloth & Surgical Masks Increases Protection

    The Center for Disease Control and Prevention reports wearing a more tightly fitted surgical mask, or layering a cloth mask atop a surgical mask, can vastly increase protections to the wearer and others. Read on...
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    In Celebration of Black History Month, Please Join Us For Two Upcoming Special Events

    Keepers of the Dream in partnership with the White Plains Youth Bureau and Back Yard Sports Cares invite you to two special events: Freedom Riders, an American Experience on Feb. 23 at 6pm and The Letter on March 6 at 6PM, Read on...
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    COVID Vaccine: Governor Adds Those with Comorbidities to Eligible List

    Governor Cuomo Announces New Yorkers with Comorbidities and Underlying Conditions Can Make Appointments at State-Run Mass Vaccination Sites Beginning February 14. Read on...
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    Free COVID-19 Testing at Calvary Baptist Church, February 15th & 16th

    Calvary Baptist Church @ 188 Orawaupum Street is providing free COVID-19 Testing and Anti-body Testing on February 15th & 16th from 9AM - to 5PM. Call Gloria Velazquez at 646 804 9939 to pre-register. Bring your insurance card. Walk-ins welcome. Read on...
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    WP Restaurant Owners/Managers: Rest Works to be Added to Vaccine List if Supply Allows

    The Governor granted County governments the flexibility to add restaurant workers to the 1B vaccine prioritization group if supply allows. Read on...
  166. Compost it Food Recycling Program Opens February 4 2021

    The City of White Plains Signs on to Participate in County's New Food Scrap Recycling Initiative

    Beginning Feb. 4th, residents can bring: grains, pasta, dairy, fruit, veggies, stems, peels, meat, bones, egg shells, coffee grounds & filters, tea bags, napkins, BPI-certified compostable bags to the Gedney Recycling Yard @ 87 Gedney Way. Read on...
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    Ebersole Ice Rink Winter-Break Schedule

    Enjoy some time outdoors this February. The Rink will be open for Winter Break - February 15th - 21st, 2021. Ebersole Ice Rink is located in Delfino Park at 104 Lake Street. Skate rentals available. COVID safety rules in effect on and off the ice. Read on...
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    WP Youth Bureau's Grandpas United Host Coffee with Baseball Hall of Fame

    WPYB Grandpas United in cooperation with the National Baseball Hall of Fame & Museum present a Black History Month Celebration - From Reconstruction to Civil Rights, Before You Could Say Jackie Robinson, Feb 5th 9:30 am - 10:30 am. Register @914.422.1378 Read on...
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    Winter Storm - Update on Programs & Activities

    Program Updates for Tues, 2/2 Library: Grab & Go services available today, 10 a.m. -7 p.m. Recreation & Parks: All programs & activities cancelled incl Senior transport/nutrition. Ebersole Ice Rink closed. Youth Bureau: All programs are virtual today. Read on...
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    State of Emergency COVID Vaccine Postponement Information

    All State run vaccination centers, including the County Center are closed today & tomorrow. The State will reschedule appointments. The County Dept of Health will be closed today & tomorrow. Vaccinations will be rescheduled
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    February 1st Winter Storm - Info for Residents (Updated 10 AM)

    The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning for our area for this evening through Tuesday morning, February 2nd. Heavy snow, with significant accumulation, and strong winds are expected. Read on...
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    Sign up for Westchester County Dept of Health ALERTS about Vaccine Availability

    The Westchester County Department of Health has launched an alert system to let eligible residents know when additional COVID vaccines become available. Read on...
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    An Open Conversation on COVID-19 with Mayor Roach and Co. Executive Latimer

    Westchester Town Hall Series: An Open Conversation on Covid-19, Thursday, January 28th, 2021 6PM with Mayor Roach, County Exec. Latimer, Commissioner of the Dept of Health, Dr. Sherlita Amler, Yorktown Town Supervisor Slater & Peekskill Mayor Rainey. Read on...
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    Special Meeting

    The City of White Plains Common Council will hold a special meeting on Monday January 25, 2021 at 6:00. Read on...
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    Voices of the Youth - Letters to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

    White Plains Youth Bureau to sponsor Youth Voices Letters to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Tuesday, January 26th, 6:30 PM VIA ZOOM. Join youth & community leaders in the virtual reading of letters from WP youth to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Read on...
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    Vaccinate White Plains - Safe, Effective, Free

    NYS has expanded vaccine eligibility to anyone over 65 years of age. Read on...
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    COVID-19 Vaccine Information UPDATE

    As of Jan. 11th, NYS has opened vaccinations to Phase 1a and 1b eligible New Yorkers. NYS has launched an online tool and hotline to help those 75 years and older find a vaccination location. The hotline will be open starting at 4:00 PM. Read on...
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    Statement from White Plains Mayor Tom Roach

    Statement from White Plains Mayor Tom Roach on the events at the U.S. Capitol building today. Read on...
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    Common Council Meeting

    The City of White Plains Common Council will hold its regularly scheduled meeting on Monday January 4, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. Read on...
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    Get the Facts About the COVID-19 Vaccine

    Learn more about the phases of vaccine distribution and eligibility. Additional Info...
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    White Plains Grandpas United Hosts Discussion on the Momentous Year 1968 with Rev. Trollinger

    White Plains Grandpas United will host a special discussion on the year 1968 with White Plains's own Rev. Trollinger of Calvary Baptist Church. All are welcome. The event will be held via Zoom on Friday, Jan. 8th, 9 AM - 10 AM. Contact YB @ 422.1378 Read on...
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    City of White Plains Winter Recreation & Parks Program Guide Now Available

    The City of White Plains Recreation and Parks Winter Program Guide has been posted and is now viewable. All programs follow current COVID guidelines and best practices to keep everyone as safe as possible. Programs available for all ages & abilities. Read on...
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    'Tis the Season To Be Safe

    If you or anyone you know needs home repairs and improvements email: safehousing@whiteplainsny.gov Read on...
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    COVID-19 Vaccine Information from White Plains Hospital

    Now that the COVID vaccine is starting to be administered, there are a lot of questions about it. White Plains Hospital has developed a web page and FAQs to help keep us informed and answer the community's questions. Read on...
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    Changes to the Paper Recycling Pick Up Schedule

    Please read on for an important message from the White Plains Department of Public Works regarding paper recycling pick up for residents. Read on...
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    Tips to Avoid Covid 19 Vaccine Scams and Fraud

    The City of White Plains warns residents to be vigilant for Covid-19 vaccine scams as we enter the next phase of the pandemic. Read on...
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    Be Fire Smart this Holiday Season, Put A Freeze on Winter Holiday Fires & Keep Your Family Safe

    It's fun to decorate for winter holidays but holiday decorations can increase your risk for a home fire. As you deck the halls this season be fire smart. Read on...
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    Please Answer If You Get A Call From NYS Contact Tracing 518 387 9993

    Answering the Contact Tracers phone call will help keep your loved ones and the community safe. Read on...
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    The COVID-19 Pandemic is Not Over. Take Precautions to Prevent COVID-19.

    Westchester County reminds residents to make small adjustments to their habits and take precautions now to protect your family and friends from COVID-19 in the future. Below is the Spanish & English versions of the County's flyer and a video to view. Read on...
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    Ebersole Ice Rink Holiday Schedule and Special Programming

    Ebersole Ice Rink has a lot going on this December. Don't miss Free Skate Mondays or the Skate with Frosty Event. The Rink will be closed Dec. 24th & 25th and will re-open for Public Skating on Saturday, Dec.26 thru Sunday, Jan. 3, 1:30-3:30 pm daily. Read on...
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    T'is the Season of Gratitude & Giving - How You Can Help Others

    The Holiday Season brings out the best in people and there is no better way to show your holiday spirit than by helping our neighbors in need. Help Spread Some Holiday Cheer! Read on...
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    Winter Storm Warning - Info for Residents

    The City’s Department of Public Works crews will be working through the storm to clear roads as quickly and completely as possible. In order to enable them to do their job it is vital that vehicles not be left parked on the street. Read on...
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    Recreation & Parks, Youth Bureau, Library Changes Due to Inclement Weather

    Check here for updates on inclement weather cancellations and modifications to City programs and services. Read on...
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    NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY AND PUBLIC HEARINGS 2021-22

    The City of White Plains (“the City”) Department of Planning, Community Development (“CD”) Program, is soliciting public input on the development of the 2021-2022 Annual Action Plan and 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan Amendment. Read on...
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    White Plains Youth Bureau Job Training Opportunity for ages 18 -24

    The Manufacturing Industry is facing a huge shortfall of trained workers. The Youth Bureau is looking for six young people interested in pursuing training and job placement. Call 914 422 6722 Read on...
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    UPDATED: Santa Claus is Coming To Town - Sunday, December 13th from 10 AM-1PM

    Santa wants the weather to be perfect for his visit & has decided to postpone his drive thru the City of White Plains to SUNDAY, December 13th,10 AM-1 PM. Kids& families can see & wave to Santa, from a safe distance, as he drives thru the neighborhoods. Read on...
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    The White Plains Holiday Market Opens Dec. 3rd - 13th

    The City of White Plains, in partnership with (914)PopUps, is excited to present the White Plains Holiday Market. This COVID-aware market will feature 40+ vendors & artisans in individual open-air booths on Waller Avenue @ Maple Avenue and Lyon Place. Read on...
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    White Plains Youth Bureau To Celebrate the Unsung Hero

    The WP Youth Bureau is launching an Unsung Heroes Campaign to honor individuals and organizations who do good works and “fly under the radar.” To nominate an individual or organization, call 914-442-1378 email whiteplainsyouthbureau@whiteplainsny.gov Read on...
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    Westchester County Announces Free Flu Vaccines This Week

    The County Health Department will partner with Westchester Medical Center Advanced Physicians Services to offer free flu shots to residents ages 7 & older this Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at the Westchester County Center in White Plains. Read on...
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    White Plains Library Suspends Browsing, Grab & Go Continues

    In response to the rising number of COVID-19 cases in Westchester County, the Library is suspending browsing in the building. This means there will be no access to our first floor collections or the Trove beginning Friday, November 27. Read on...
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    City of White Plains Ebersole Ice Rink Thanksgiving Weekend Public Skate Schedule

    Looking for something to do this weekend? Come skate with us at Ebersole Ice Rink! It's a fun, family-friendly & affordable activity. Ebersole Rink is an outdoor rink so dress appropriately. Skate rentals available. COVID-19 protocols in effect. Read on...
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    Santa's Mailbox Returns to White Plains City Hall

    Santa Claus is setting up a special mailbox starting on Wednesday, Nov. 25th on the front steps of City Hall, 255 Main Street, and is inviting all City of White Plains resident children to write to him this Holiday Season using his special mailbox. Read on...
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    City of White Plains Announces Fire Fighter Exam

    The City of White Plains is actively seeking a diverse pool of candidates for the May 1, 2021 Fire Fighter Civil Service Exam. The exam is open to Westchester County residents; however White Plains residents will be given preference in appointment. Read on...
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    Join Us for the Next Virtual Coffee with White Plains Grandpas United

    Coffee with Grandpas United on Zoom – November 20, 2020 Guest speaker: Michael Orth, Commissioner - Westchester County Department of Community Mental Health Read on...
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    City of White Plains Opens New Playground at Gillie Park with Ribbon-cutting on Nov 17th

    COME OUT & PLAY! Gillie Park Playground is a great new place for fun and imaginary play. Ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place, Tuesday, November 17th, 2020 at 2:00 PM. Gillie Park is located at 85 Gedney Way. Read on...
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    White Plains Police Dept. Teams Up with Local Youth to Learn about Tourette Syndrome

    White Plains Dept of Public Safety recently had the opportunity to learn more about Tourette Syndrome thanks to Tourette Association of American Youth Ambassador Noah Brick, a White Plains resident. Noah has created a training video for Police. Read on...
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    Water Main Flushing, November 6th, 2020

    On Friday, November 6, 2020, the Bureau of Water will be flushing water mains between Midnight and 4 a.m. in the Carhart, Highland, Prospect Park, Westminster, Woodcrest, DeKalb, Cobb Avenue and Longview neighborhoods. Read on...
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    City of White Plains Recognizes Veterans

    The American flag is a symbol of our freedom & the bravery of all who have defended this nation throughout our country’s history. As a tribute to our veterans, past & present, the City of White Plains proudly displays the American Flag across Main Street. Read on...
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    Tomorrow is Election Day - Remember to Vote!

    Tuesday, November 3rd is Election Day. Polls are open from 6:00 AM to 9:00 PM. If you are not certain where to vote, go to: www.CitizenParticipation.westchestergov.com and use the "Find your polling place" tool to find your polling place.
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    White Plains Police Reform Committee - 3rd Public Comment Session 10/29

    The White Plains Police Reform Committee will hold its third public comment session on Thursday, October 29, 2020, 7-9 PM. Read on...
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    NYS Halloween Guidance

    Please see the below guidance on ways to have fun with your family and friends, while still staying safe this season. NYS Halloween Guidance
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    White Plains Public Safety Launches Police App for Android and iPhone

    Free app allows residents to send anonymous tips directly to police from their smartphone. Read on...
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    WP Police Reform Committee - 3rd Public Comment Session

    The White Plains Police Reform Committee will hold its third public listening session on Thursday, October 29th, 7-9 PM. Read on...
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    Westchester Residential Opportunities Offers Assistance to WP Residents Impacted by COVID 19

    WRO, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote equal, affordable & accessible housing opportunities. Are you experiencing financial difficulties due to COVID-19? Are you behind on, mortgage, rent or utilities? Call 914.428.4507 X305 Read on...
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    City of White Plains Receives Award for Leadership in Affordable Housing

    The City of White Plains will receive the Westchester County Association’s Annual Playbook Award for leadership in creating diverse and affordable housing. Read on...
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    White Plains Police Reform Committee - 2nd Public Comment Session Wed, 10/21

    The White Plains Police Reform Committee will hold its second public comment session on Wednesday, October 21, 2020, 4:00 - 6:00 PM. Click for additional details on how to view and/or participate in the session. Read on...
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    White Plains Police Reform Committee

    Learn about the work of the White Plains Police Reform Committee Additional Info...
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    Ebersole Ice Rink Opens for 2020-21 Season With COVID Guidelines Implemented

    The City of White Plains Ebersole outdoor covered ice rink has opened for the season. Public skate sessions are: Friday 3- 5PM, 5:30-7:30PM & 8-10PM Sat. 1:30 - 3:30PM & Sun. 8:30 - 10:15 a.m. (adults only) and general public skating 1:30 - 3:30 PM . Read on...
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    White Plains Youth Bureau Celebrates LIGHTS ON AFTER SCHOOL, Oct. 22nd

    This year marks the 21st Annual Lights On After School Celebration. Please join us on Oct 22nd as we light up the Gov Mario M. Cuomo Bridge in bright sunshine yellow in celebration of the importance of After-School programming.. Read on...
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    WP Police Reform Committee - 1st Public Comment Session Tonight

    The White Plains Police Reform Committee will hold its first public comment session this evening, 10/13/20 @ 6:00 PM. View it live at: http://whiteplainsny.swagit.com/live/ or on the City's cable TV channels (Optimum/Altice channel 75/Verizon channel 47) Read on...
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    New Book on display at the Bryant-Mamaroneck Park, StoryWalk

    Fall has arrived and a new book has been selected for the Bryant-Mamaroneck StoryWalk - Pick a Pumpkin by Patricia Toht whch will be on display from Oct 10th - 31st. Read on...
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    Westchester Eviction Prevention Hotline

    Are you having trouble paying your rent? Is your Landlord hassling you? Concerned about your rights as a tenant? Worried about your housing? Are you being evicted? Call the Legal Services of the Hudson Valley for help! (914) 468-2175 Read on...
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    Registration is now open for a Special Virtual Event - A Conversation with Ibram X. Kendi

    Register now for the 10/28 event - A Conversation with Ibram X. Kendi. Mr. Kendi is the author of How to be an Antiracist. He is a National Book Award winner, one of Time's 100 Most Influential People of 2020 & is a NY Times Bestselling author. Read on...
  245. Police Reform Flyer - English

    White Plains Police Reform Committee Announces Public Comment Sessions

    The White Plains Police Reform Committee, in collaboration with the NAACP White Plains/Greenburgh Branch, will host 3 public comment sessions to give the public the opportunity to share their experiences with the White Plains Police Department. Read on...
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    NYS COVID Alert NY App Ready for Download

    New York has launched COVID Alert NY – the official COVID Exposure Notification App created by the NYS Dept. of Health in partnership with Google and Apple. Read on...
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    Water Main Flushing in the Central Business District & Fisher Hill Neighborhood

    During the month of October the Bureau of Water will be flushing water mains in the Fisher Hill and Central Business District on Friday October 2nd, 16th and 30th between the hours of Midnight and 4 a.m. Read on...
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    The White Plains Youth Bureau is Offering Programs For Students K-5th Grade

    The White Plains Youth Bureau is offering programs for students in grades K-5th Grade. Full day and part day programs, Space Limited. Scholarships available. Call the YB After School Department at 422.1378 for more information. Read on...
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    Only a Few Days Left to Fill Out Your 2020 Census!

    WP Clergy & Community Leaders remind us, The Count Matters! Participate in the 2020 census and BE COUNTED! Read on...
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    White Plains Education Training Center - Online entry-level IT Help Desk Technician training prog

    Start a New Career in Tech. White Plains Education Training Center is offering an Online entry-level IT Help Desk Technician training program with the opportunity to earn the CompTIA A+ certification. 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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