A police station no more, Village Hall now houses the area's day-to-day government operations. The building…More inspector, clerks, treasurers, section-eight HUD workers and government officials all work out of this 1900s landmark structure. The Board of Trustees convenes here twice a month while the architecture and zoning boards get together monthly.</p>
Pelham Town Hall 34 5th Ave, Pelham, NY10803 Pelham Town Hall houses ten government departments: the town clerk, receiver of taxes, assessor, courts (includes…More parking and moving violations), town engineer, buildings, senior advocate, historian, controller and bookkeeper. Four councilors and a supervisor work at Town Hall, along with one town board member (deputy supervisor), assistant to the supervisor and the comptroller. Five board members are elected to four-year terms and discuss all issues that come before the board. Each member is assigned a responsibility covering all services and events.
United States Post Office 103 Fifth Ave, Pelham, NY10803 The post office located close to the Pelham Metro-North train station has P.O. boxes and offers a small parking lot. One…More of the few services it does not offer is passport applications.
Pelham Manor Village Fire Department 4 Penfield Pl, Pelham, NY10803 The Pelham Manor Village Fire Department has 17 professional firefighters and 25 volunteers led by Chief Joseph…More Ruggiero. The fire department conducts an extensive, year-round fire prevention program. This program includes quarterly fire inspections at commercial properties, an annual fire prevention education program presented at elementary schools, and a free smoke detector installation program for residential properties that need them.
Founded in 1927, the Village of Pelham Fire Department employs eight paid firefighters as well as 25 volunteer…More firefighters. The department is staffed seven days a week, 24 hours a day, with three on-duty career firefighters to respond to emergency calls.</p>
<p>The department has two engine trucks, one ladder truck and an EMS/rescue vehicle. All paid firefighters are EMT-certified and can provide first-responder basic life support for medical emergencies.</p>
<p>In addition to firefighting and other emergency services, the department provides fire prevention and safety education to schools and other organizations. The department is always looking for new volunteer firefighters.</p>
American Resources 25 Linden Ave, Pelham, NY10803 American Resources serves clients throughout the Westchester area. The company focuses primarily on manufacturing…More products for the government and military.
The Pelham Recreation Department, the Pelham Senior Center and the Pelham Children's Center Preschool are located in…More the historic Richard J. Daronco Town House.</p>
<p>Pelham offers a broad range of recreational programs, ranging from arts and crafts to visits to the zoo. Some of the programs are offered by the town through the Recreation Department, while others are offered by not-for-profit groups such as the Pelham Little League, the Pelham Children's Theater, the Girl Scouts and the Boy Scouts.</p>
<p>Contact: <br /> Angela Matteo, Secretary<br /> email@example.com<br /> Phone: 914-738-0153<br /> Hotline: 914-738-6644</p>
<p>Pelham residents age sixty and over can participate in the many activities, meetings, special events and trips sponsored by the Recreation Department.</p>
<p>Activities at the senior center include card games, bingo, knitting and crocheting, art classes, in-house parties, exercise, yoga and computer classes. Senior Center meetings are held every Monday from 1pm to 4pm.</p>
<p>Contact:<br /> Joe Delli Carpini, Director<br /> firstname.lastname@example.org<br /> Phone: 914-738-5004</p>
<p><strong>Children's Center Preschool</strong></p>
<p>Pelham Children's Center is a small, not-for-profit preschool and after-school childcare center.</p>
<p>Contact: <br /> Website: <a href="http://www.pelhamchildrenscenter.org/">www.pelhamchildrenscenter.org</a><br /> Phone: 914-738-3900<br /> Preschool Email: <a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a><br /> After School Email: <a href="mailto:email@example.com">firstname.lastname@example.org</a></p>
The Pelham Manor Department of Public Works maintains streets, sidewalks and parks and is responsible for refuse and…More recycling collection. The department employs 14 people. The<a href="http://www.pelhammanor.org/images/recycling_schedule.pdf"> refuse and recycling collection schedule</a> provides three pick-ups per week, twice a week for rear yard pick-up of regular refuse and once a week for curbside collection of recyclables.</p>
<p>Pelham Manor operates a drop-off recycling center at the end of Spring Road, off the Boston Post Road and just after the Hutchinson River Parkway overpass. All recyclable materials are accepted there, as well as bulk metal such as appliances. The center is open Monday, Thursday, Saturday from 8am until noon.</p>
Sanborn 629 5th Ave, Pelham, NY10803 Sanborn provides photogrammetric mapping services for businesses and government agencies throughout the Westchester…More area. This company offers services such as GIS database development, aerial imagery collection, helicopter surveying and satellite imagery acquisition.
Before the first Dutch settlers arrived, this area was home to the Siwanoy Indians, who sold about 9,200 acres…More (today's Pelham, New Rochelle and part of the Bronx) to William Pell in 1654. The State Legislature incorporated the Town of Pelham on March 7, 1788 and the Village of Pelham was incorporated into the town in 1896.</p>
<p>Today, the verdant parks and local Fifth Avenue shops give the Village of Pelham the quaint suburban feel, yet its proximity to Manhattan (just 29 minutes to Grand Central Station via MetroNorth's New Haven line), grants residents in need of a big-city-fix easy access to bustling Manhattan.</p>
<p>The Village's day-to-day government operations take place at Village Hall on Sparks Place where the building inspector, clerks, treasurers, section-eight HUD workers and governments officials all work. The Board of Trustees convenes here twice a month, while the architecture and zoning boards get together monthly.</p>
<p>The Village of Pelham shares its school system with the Village of Pelham Manor. Students have four options for public elementary schools that feed directly to the Pelham Middle School and Pelham Memorial High School.</p>
Pelham Manor was originally home to the Siwanoy Indians who sold approximately 9,200 acres (today's Pelham, New…More Rochelle and part of the Bronx) to William Pell in 1654. The Village of Pelham Manor was incorporated into Pelham in 1891.</p>
<p>Today, about 5,500 residents populate the 1.2-square-mile region.</p>
<p>James O'Connor serves as the Village of Pelham Manor's mayor. Village hall houses the police and fire departments.</p>
<p>The Village of Pelham Manor shares its school system with the Village of Pelham. Students have four options for public elementary schools that feed directly to the Pelham Middle School and Pelham Memorial High School.</p>
<p>Though Manhattan and neighboring Westchester counties are right nearby, the Village of Pelham Manor's Four-Corner shopping district keeps residents entertained with its coffee shops, restaurants and shopping.</p>
Town of Pelham 34 5th St, Pelham, NY10803 Pelham is the oldest town in Westchester County. It was first inhabited by Siwanoy Indians until Thomas Pell signed a…More treaty in 1654 to buy today's town of Pelham, the Bronx and the land along Long Island Sound (north to the Rye border). The state legislature incorporated the town of Pelham on March 7, 1788. Two villages were incorporated within the town -- the village of Pelham Manor in 1891 and the village of Pelham in 1896. Today, about 12,000 residents live in the 1.2-square-mile town. It is just a 29-minute Metro North train ride from New York City. It is now home to commuters who often say they have an easier time getting to work than Manhattanites. Pelham offers its residents great shopping on Fifth Avenue and at the Four Corners Shopping Center, and plenty of parks, from Glover Field to Ingalis Field, to get active outdoors. And there's no dearth of options when it comes to worship. Pelhamites can choose from five active churches and one synagogue. Though the two villages share a school system, each has its own government offices and police department. Edward Hotchkiss serves as the mayor of the village of Pelham and Joseph C. Hays, Jr. serves as mayor of the village of Pelham Manor.