SHEAC is pleased to announce that Sleepy Hollow is now part of the Tarrytown-Sleepy Hollow Food Scrap Collection Program. We want to encourage Sleepy Hollow residents to participate in this program which can substantially reduce the amount of waste that goes into our regular trash to be incinerated, turn our food waste into compost, and make our Village more sustainable.
Food scrap collection kits that include a starter roll of compostable bags can be purchased for $23 at the SH Village Clerk’s office or at Warner Library. Additional rolls of 25 bags can be purchased for only $2 at Warner Library. Collection bins for food scrap drop-off are located next to the Tarrytown Senior Center (between the Senior Center and the Rec Center) in Pierson Park.
Click on the links provided below for more details about how the program works and a complete list of all the items that are accepted as well as those items that are not acceptable. Important to note: this program accepts more items than would normally be used for backyard composting, such as meat and chicken bones, napkins, and paper towels that are soiled with food waste.
So pick up your food scrap collection kit now and JOIN THE PROGRAM!
SHEAC will hold its next regular monthly meeting on Monday May 6th at 7:30 pm on the second floor of Village Hall.
Minutes of the April 8th meeting are posted on this site, and a link to the Agenda for May 6th is provided here: SHEAC Agenda 05-06-19
ALSO – Save the date!On Thursday June 6th, Westchester County will hold its second program on Climate Change: Confronting Climate Change: Its Impacts on New York’s Agriculture, Forests and Neighborhood Landscapes. The program will be held at County Center in White Plains. For more information including a registration form see the following link: 2019 Climate Change Workshop Flyer-Registration Form-1
SHEAC will hold its next regular meeting on Monday April 8, 2019 at 7:30 PM on the second floor of Sleepy Hollow Village Hall (Please note new meeting time).
Minutes for both February 4th and March 4th meetings are now posted on this website site. A link to the agenda for the April 8th meeting is included here: SHEAC Agenda 04-08-19
Please also mark your calendars for the following events:
Tuesday April 16th meeting of the Pocantico River Watershed Alliance with special guest speaker Michael Rubbo – Conservation Biologist and Pace University Professor (see flyer link for more info: Save-the-Date APRIL 16th PRWA MEETING FLYER
SHEAC will hold its first regular monthly meeting for 2019 on MONDAY January 7th at 7pm on the second floor of Sleepy Hollow Village Hall.
Minutes for the December 3, 2018 meeting are posted on this site. A link to the agenda for the January 7th meeting is included below. We will be setting our priorities for the coming year at this meeting, and you can look for them to be posted here within the month.
SHEAC is excited to announce that the Sleepy Hollow Board of Trustees recently approved a 2-year contract with Westchester Power as part of the Community Choice Aggregation Program of Sustainable Westchester. The new contract, scheduled to start on January 1, 2019, specifies 100% Renewable Energy as the default option and pertains to all existing ConEd electric customers in Sleepy Hollow unless they choose to opt out. For more information about this program and how it will work, contact Westchester Power at: https://www.westchesterpower.org/about/