Rockland Refreshes!

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 29, 2020 Rockland Refreshes! New City, NY, – With summer now in full swing, warm weather and sunshine are encouraging people from near and far to visit Rockland County to safely enjoy food, fun, and adventure.…

Reminder to Lock Your Car Doors

Just a friendly reminder that everyone should be locking their car doors at night.  Don’t give anyone reason to go into your vehicle.  Take your purse and wallet out of the car. If you see any suspicious activity in your…

No Knock Registry

It’s that time of year again!!  If you would like to be added to the Village of Montebello’s Do Not Knock Registry, please fill out, sign and mail the Do Not Knock Registry Request form to Village Hall.  This registry prohibits any…

Road Milling and Paving

The following roads are planned for milling, repair, and paving starting on or about Friday, June 12th and continuing Monday, June 15th until completion.  The roads are marked with NO PARKING SIGNS.  Please refrain from parking on these roads at…

Media Series Designed To Highlight Local Public Health Efforts

New City, NY, – Rockland County Executive Ed Day and County Health Commissioner Dr. Patricia Schnabel Ruppert announce the latest update to the #PublicHealthIsHere4U media series, which highlights local COVID-19 public health efforts that are keeping our community safe. The…

Memorial Day Remembrance Ceremony

Welcome to today’s virtual ceremony and thank you for attending. I have the honor today on placing the wreath by our flag on Village Hall grounds as we have done in the past along with Deputy Mayor Stacy Caridi and…

NYS COVID-19 Re-opening Information

New York State has published a guide covering the re-opening of the state. The following are links to these important guides: https://www.governor.ny.gov/sites/governor.ny.gov/files/atoms/files/NYForwardReopeningGuide.pdf https://forward.ny.gov/industries-reopening-phase

Bears In Montebello REMINDER

We are blessed to be living in an area which transitions between relatively low-density residences and abutting forests and mountainous areas. Along with the natural beauty and tranquility comes inevitable contact with other creatures who call this area their home, such as deer, fox, coyote, wild turkeys and black BEARS.

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