Halloween should be spooky, not scary! – Safety Tips 2020

Halloween celebrations and activities, including trick-or-treating, can be filled with fun, but must be done in a safe way to prevent the spread of COVID-19. If you feel your family can’t wait until next year for the more traditional Halloween activities, and you are planning to celebrate outside your home

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White Plains Passes Legislation to Crack Down on Drag Racing

The White Plains Common Council passed a package of legislation at its September 8th Council meeting to address the problem of drag racing on city streets. It is well known that the noise associated with unlawful speed contests creates a nuisance and diminishes the quality of life enjoyed by our residents.

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Back to School Safety

On August 17, the WPCSD Board of Education approved the adjustment of the start date of school, for students (initially remote learning), to September 10, 2020. The district will observe a phased in opening, with hybrid learning beginning Monday, September 21. We know families have a lot of questions and

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Traffic Alert: Road Closures and Restrictions

Please be aware there are several important road closures or restrictions in effect beginning Monday, August 24, 2020 as a result of various water main and sewer projects. These include: Restricted lanes on Longview Avenue between Maple Avenue and Post Road. Lanes closed to through traffic on Main Street at

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Leaf Blower Ordinance In-Effect
Use of Leaf Blowers

The City of White Plains leaf blower ordinance is geared toward reducing loud, unnecessary and unwanted noise in our neighborhoods. The ordinance states: The use of gasoline-powered leaf blowers will now be allowed during the Spring and Fall clean-up periods only: March 15 – May 15 and October 1 – December 1

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Deputy Fire Chief Edward J. Ciocca

It is with great sadness that the White Plains Fire Department announces the passing of Deputy Fire Chief Edward J. Ciocca on May 1, 2020. On Behalf of the Mayor of The City of White Plains, Thomas M. Roach, the Commissioner of Public Safety, David E. Chong, and Fire Chief

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