Saturday, October 13, 2018, Wawayanda Annual Fall Clean-up. 9 am - 2 pm Districts 1,2,4
Saturday, October 20, 2018, Wawayanda Annual Fall Clean-up. 9 am - 2 pm Districts 3,5,6
This is open to Wawayanda Town residents ONLY
Please call Town Clerk, Kathy Sherlock with any questions 845-355-5700 ext. 3
Place: Wawayanda Town Hall, 80 Ridgebury Hill Road, Slate Hill, NY 10973
The 12th Annual Town of Wawayanda Picnic in Shannen Park. Saturday, September 22, 2018 from 1pm - 5pm. The Picnic is open to all Wawayanda Residents. Join us for an afternoon of food, fun and live music. Face painting and bounce houses for the kids. We will be serving hot dogs and hamburgers, cold salads and soft drinks. Bring your blanket and lawn chairs.
Please call Town Clerk, Kathy Sherlock to R.S.V.P. by September 15, 2018 845-355-5700 ext. 3
Picnic Location: Shannen Park, 1918 Route 284, Slate Hill, NY 10973
I would like to thank everyone who came to the Town Board meeting on March 8, 2018. We are in the process of reviewing all your questions, concerns and suggestions with our town engineer and Planning Board attorney. As most of you are aware, it was the Planning Board and not the Town Board that was Lead Agency for the project. As Lead Agency, they were responsible for the review of the project. They hired outside experts and reviewed all information with them. We are currently actively working on getting the answers to your questions, concerns and suggestions. Also, we have been in the process of hiring a consultant for monitoring of the air, water and noise quality to insure that CPV adheres to the standards established when they received site plan approval.
Wawayanda Town Board
Town of Wawayanda - 845-355-5700, Option 4
NYS DEC - 845-256-3181
Tom Rumsey - CPV - 518-883-1262
CPV Emergency Action Plan - The worst case distance under any conditions would be 800 Meters from the 4 corners of the facility. The residents affected would be notified by the county code red or the FEMA IPAWS program. To view a map of the areas within the 800 meters, click on the link below. Anything within the red circles would potentially be shelter in place unless otherwise directed by emergency personnel.
Orange County has adopted a new service in which residents and businesses can ask the county to notify them by phone, email,or text message about an impending storm or other emergency. County Officials announced on Thursday 1/7/2016 that they had contracted with Florida-based Emergency Communications Network for its CodeRED services.
To participate in this program, register online here.