Community Expo


 

Memorial Field


 

Mayor Thomas Reports


 

2017 City Budget


 

Recreation Department


 

Youth Bureau

Pay Parking Fine Online


 

Pay Water Bill Online


 

Pay Property Tax Online


 

Pango


 

Mount Vernon West Zoning Ordinance


 

Assessment Roll


 

Mount Vernon Animal Shelter

 

United Way 211

 

MX-1 DEIS

Follow Us

RSS Feed Vimeo Videos

New Headline

NATIONAL NIGHT OUT IS TUESDAY, AUGUST 6

When Mount Vernon opened a mini-precinct in one of the buildings of the Levister Towers complex last year, it was the city’s intention to impact crime in the neighborhood.  This year’s National Night Out activities will take place on Tuesday August 6, from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m. on the grounds of the housing complex in the courtyard behind the mini precinct’s 70 West Third Street location.

The festivities will include a first ever National Night Out Barbecue complete with refreshments, giveaways, a bounce house and cotton candy machine. The Police Department will also have an open house of the mini precinct where neighborhood residents can file complaints and get assistance with a myriad of issues.

Representatives from Target, Westchester DA, Urban League, Victims Assistance, the Police Benevolent Association (PBA), Animal Shelter and the Police Department Youth Bureau will be on hand to provide information to residents. Police and Fire demonstrations will also be conducted.

National Night Out, a nationwide event designed to promote crime prevention awareness and strengthen community relations with members of the Police Department, as well as obtain information about the departments many programs, is celebrating 30 years of observance in communities across the nation. Each year the City of Mount Vernon’s Police Department brings together community organizations and other city agencies for National Night Out activities.

The City of Mount Vernon is committed to improving the quality of life for residents by establishing improved relations between police and residents. The Police Department, as part of its community policing effort, has placed renewed emphasis on interacting with citizens more in nonresponsive ways. 

For further information on the planned contact Lt. Brian Kennedy at 914-665-2507

Print Friendly

News Locator

Upcoming Events

Loading...

Other Meetings

Loading...

Recreation Calendar

Loading...

Get Adobe Reader