Planning and Development Department
Secretary Planning Commission
222 Grace Church Street
Port Chester, NY 10573
(914) 937 - 6780
(914) 939 - 2733
Monday-Friday: 9:00AM - 5:00PM
Walk-ins: 10:00AM - 4:00PM
Westchester Municipal Planning Federation, Planning Achievement Award
Planning Boards & Commissions
All applications for development approvals will be provided at either a presubmission or Development Review Committee meeting subsequent to completion of the Project Proposal Form. Save/Download form prior to submitting.
Community Development Block Grant Program Information
The Office of Community Renewal administers the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program for the State of New York. The NYS CDBG program provides financial assistance to eligible cities, towns, and villages with populations under 50,000 and counties with an area population under 200,000, in order to develop viable communities by providing decent, affordable housing, and suitable living environments, as well as expanding economic opportunities, principally for persons of low and moderate income. The state must ensure that no less than 70% of its CDBG funds are used for activities that benefit low- and moderate-income persons. The program objectives are achieved by supporting activities or projects that: benefit low- and moderate-income families; create job opportunities for low- and moderate-income persons; prevent or eliminate slums and blight; or address a community development need that poses a serious and imminent threat to the community's health or welfare. Project selection shall take into consideration the recommendation of the relevant regional economic development council or the Commissioner's determination that the proposed project aligns with the regional strategic priorities of the respective region.
Freedom of Information Act Request
Sec. 8/Affordable Housing Assistance
Please call (914)-995-2415
The Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) is a system is made up of ditches, curbs, gutters, storm sewers, and similar means of collecting or conveying runoff collected from impervious surfaces. Polluted stormwater runoff is commonly transported through MS4s before often being discharged untreated into local waterbodies. To prevent harmful pollutants from being washed or dumped into an MS4, operators must obtain a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System NPDES permit and develop a stormwater management program. Under Phase II, operators of regulated small MS4s are required to develop and implement a stormwater management program which includes the six minimum control measures: public education and outreach; public participation and involvement; illicit discharge detection and elimination; construction site run-off control; post construction run-off; and pollution prevention/good housekeeping.
Under Phase II, operators of regulated small MS4s are required to develop and implement a stormwater management program which includes the six minimum control measures: public education and outreach; public participation and involvement; illicit discharge detection and elimination; construction site run-off control; post construction run-off; and pollution prevention/good housekeeping.
Each MS4 municipality is also required to submit a stormwater management plan and an annual stormwater report. Below is the latest stormwater plan and report. For additionaly information, please contact Village Manager Christopher Steers, Certified Floodplain Manager at 914-939-2200.