Sleepy Hollow Village Administrator 28 Beekman Ave, Sleepy Hollow, NY10591 The administrator's office is on the second floor of the Sleepy Hollow Administrative Building on Beekman Avenue.…More Anthony Giaccio was appointed by the Village Board of Trustees and the Mayor in July of 2008. He manages the day-to-day functions of the municipal government including planning, organizing, staffing, budgeting and evaluating all local government activities.
Tarrytown Village Administrator 1 Depot Plz, Tarrytown, NY10591 The administrator manages day-to-day operations of the local government, coordinates the departments, conforms village…More business to municipal code and recommends new hires to the Board of Trustees. The current Village Administrator for Tarrytown is Michael Blau.
Village of Tarrytown - Clerk's Office 1 Depot Plz, Tarrytown, NY10591 The Village Clerk is in charge of all local government records, reports, books and board communications. The clerk also…More issues licenses, permits and is responsible for the elections.
Phenix Hose Company No.2 2 Mechanics Ave, Tarrytown, NY10591 The Phenix Hose Company No.2 is another proud member of the Tarrytown Fire Department. It hosts Engine 76, an…More engine which provides aid to the neighboring companies. The Tarrytown Fire Department encourages interested locals to volunteer with the department, please contact your local fire department if interested.
Pocantico Hills Fire Dept 531 Bedford Rd, Tarrytown, NY10591 This volunteer organization features a ladder truck, engine and a Rescue 43 truck. Aside from encouraging locals to…More volunteer, the department offers a number of fire prevention programs including kids coloring books and kids fire safety games.
Consolidated Engine Company 177 Sheldon Ave, Tarrytown, NY10591 A member of the Tarrytown Fire Department, the Consolidated Engine Company was established in 1870, and…More features Engine 77. This pumper not only features a pumping speed of 1,500 gallons per minute, but also carries extrication tools. These include the "jaws of life," a hydraulic-powered tool that is used to cut through wreckage, ensuring the safe extrication of victims. Local citizens interested in volunteering are encouraged to check the department's website to find out more information.