Village of Pelham Newsletter
Timothy Cassidy, Mayor
Robert Yamuder, Administrator
Village Hall Phone: 914-738-2015
195 Sparks Avenue Fax: 914-738-7381
Pelham, NY 10803
Village Hall hours of operation will be 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday beginning on Monday, August 25th through Wednesday, September 10th 2014.
8/27/14- Quarterly Water Bills for Pelham Heights Mailed
The quarterly water bills for the Pelham Heights Water district have been mailed out. The bills are due by Saturday, September 27, 2014. If you have any questions, please contact Deborah Delgrosso at (914) 738-2046.
8/13/14- Westchester County Notice on Bats and Rabies Testing
Please see the attached notification from Westchester County Board of Health on bats and rabies testing. More information is available on the flyer and on the www.westchestergov.com website or call (914) 813-5000.
Con Edison Life Sustaining Equipment and Medical Hardship Links
Con Edison is compiling information for senior citizens and residents who require life sustaining equipment or medical services in the event of an emergency. More information is available at the following links. Please contact Con Edison at (800) 752-6633 for more details.
Click here for a copy of our Customers With Special Needs brochure, which contains the Application for Special Services.
Click here for a copy of our Safety for Special Customers brochure, which contains our Life-Sustaining Equipment/Medical Hardship Survey.
The above to links are off of the following site which you may also find useful: http://www.coned.com/customercentral/specialservices.asp
Asian Longhorned Beetle and Emerald Ash Borer Reporting
Please review the following attachments to find out how to report either species of insect.
More available under the "Services" link
Posted below is the 2014 Sanitation Schedules.
Updated Comprehensive Plan 2008
The Village of Pelham 2008 Comprehensive Plan is now available for download. The plan, which was awarded the best comprehensive plan prize for 2008 by the New York Upstate Chapter of the American Planning Association, has been updated with new color photographs and maps. We urge all residents to review the document, which describes the many advantages that the village offers residents and businesses—and also details our aspirations to create a more vibrant downtown for shopping, dining and recreation.