To view the proposed
Port Chester Municipal Complex
animation video click on the links below.
Invitation to an Information Session on Special Access to Capital for Building Improvements that Reduce Energy Costs
Join the Westchester County Department of Planning to learn how to access low-cost capital now available to affordable housing and not-for-profit-owned buildings through the Energize NYtm Westchester Project. The County is proud to introduce this program that will help building owners reduce operating costs and improve infrastructure.
- How much of your budget to goes towards energy costs?
- How much of that is wasted?
- How much is that waste going to cost you over the next 10 years?~
- How can you stop wasting energy?
- How do you find a reliable contractor or energy advisor?
- How can you access capital for energy and infrastructure improvements now that will save you money in the long run?
- What incentives are available to help?~
Come get the answers!
Time: 9:30 a.m., Tuesday, March 11th
Place: Port Chester Senior Center at Village Hall, 222 Grace Church Street, Port Chester
Who Should Attend: Owners and managers of affordable housing or not-for-profit buildings in Westchester County
More Info: Visit the Energize NY website
About Energize NYtm Westchester Project: Westchester County has teamed up with the Energize NYtm Westchester Project to provide low-cost financing that helps reduce energy costs for properties that need it most: multi-family affordable housing and not-for-profit owned buildings. The County is utilizing its federally allocated Qualified Energy Conservation Bond (QECB) authority and aligning with Energize NY’s goal to promote energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.
The Energy Improvement Corporation (EIC) is a New York State non-profit Local Development Corporation, established specifically to increase the demand for energy efficiency and renewable energy building upgrades. EIC offers Energize NYTM (PACE) Finance that is made available to eligible property owners in order to provide attractive financing for property improvements that lower energy consumption.
The Village of Port Chester’s Beautification Commission is looking for new, energetic, and community-conscious members.
The mission of the Port Chester Beautification Commission is to work with the community to take a greater initiative towards improving the aesthetics and the perception of the village.~ The Beautification Commission, through public events, programs and services, will strive to make Port Chester a beautiful, healthy and safe place to live.
If this describes you and your hopes for Port Chester, and you are a resident, please submit a brief letter via mail or fax stating why you would like to join the PC Beautification Commission to:
Mayor Neil Pagano & Board of Trustees
c/o Village Clerk’s Office
222 Grace Church Street
Port Chester, NY 10573
Fax: (914) 305-2560
Many thanks and have a great day.
The Port Chester Beautification Commission
YOUR SUPPORT IS NEEDED
IN HONORING THOSE WHO GAVE THEIR LIVES
FOR OUR COUNTRY!
A campaign was started by Richard Cuddy in 2012 to replace the missing memorial plaques and to refurbish the remaining ones in Lyon Park with an acrylic finish. These plaques honor the Port Chester residents who gave their lives for our Country.
Mr. Cuddy, with the support of the Park Commission, the Mayor and the Board of Trustees of the Village of Port Chester would like to place the plaques together in a location between the Bush-Lyon Homestead and the Vietnam Memorial in Lyon Park. The plaques will be imbedded in blocks of concrete and bolted in place.
A fundraiser has already begun which includes selling Memorial Bricks (pavers) at a cost of $100.00 each.
These bricks will be place around the plaques and may be personalized.
Thank you for your support.