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Lawn Mowing

A friendly reminder from the Building Department:  Section 132-13 of the Village Code entitled Landscaping Maintenance states that “all grass shall be kept trimmed to a height of no greater than 10 inches.”  We’ve had an unprecedented amount of rain…

Recycling Update

Please do NOT place your recyclables in plastic bags.  If you do, it is considered trash and cannot be recycled and will NOT be picked up by the recycling truck.  Please place your rinsed recyclable cans and glass bottles and…

Bears

Just a friendly reminder that, bears have been spotted roaming throughout the Village.  Please make sure you do not leave any food source outside and secure your trash cans until your scheduled pickup.  Also, please do not feed the bears!!!!…

Arbor Day Celebration

Please join us at the Warren E. Berbit Nature Preserve on Spook Rock Road for our Annual Arbor Day Celebration. When:  April 26, 2019 Time:   10:00 am Where:  Warren E. Berbit Nature Preserve – Spook Rock Road – Montebello, NY

Weekly Leaf and Twig Pickup

Weekly Leaf and Twig Pickup will resume on Tuesday, April 9, 2019 for the season.  Leaves, grass and brush must be put in bio-degradable brown bags. 

Free Secure Paper Shredding Days

The Free Secure Paper Shredding Days will be: SUNDAY, March 24, 2019 SATURDAY, March 30, 2019 SATURDAY, October 5, 2019 SUNDAY, October 13, 2019 From 8:00 am – 12 Noon Town Hall Parking Lot – 237 Route 59 – Suffern,…

Arbor Day Foundation Names Montebello Tree City USA!!!

Montebello, NY was named a 2018 Tree City USA by the Arbor Day foundation in honor of its commitment to effective urban forest management. Montebello achieved Tree City USA recognition by meeting the program’s four requirements:  a tree board or…

No Parking

Just a reminder to all residents that there is NO PARKING on Village roads from 12:00 midnight – 6:00 am during the period from November 1 – April 1.  Any car on the roadways during that time is subject to…

DEC Announces New Trees for Tribs ‘Buffer in a Bag’ Initiative

Free Seedlings Available to Qualifying Landowners for Streamside Plantings New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos today announced a new Trees for Tribs Program initiative, “Buffer in a Bag,” designed to help increase riparian buffers throughout…
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