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City Hall will be open tomorrow during normal business hours of 8:30am – 4:30pm. All heat complaints this evening can be directed to the Mount Vernon Fire Department (914) 665-2600.
Due to an electrical emergency city hall is closed today. Con Ed crews are currenly working on the problem. We hope to be back in service by tomorrow.
Ben’s Coming Home! Greetings! Ben’s on his way home to give back to the community he loves so much. He wants to spend the entire week doing something that makes a difference. Throughout the week Ben will be busy with a number of activities, Make some time to join him somewhere along the way. Ben enjoys coming home and is excited about […]
On Friday, December 21 at 11:00 a.m. Mayor Ernest D. Davis is requesting the city to participate in a moment of silence for the families and victims of the Newtown, Connecticut school shootings. The moment of silence will coincide with the tolling of church bells in the Newtown community. Immediately following a prayer will be […]
STILL WITHOUT POWER? DRY ICE DISTRIBUTION TODAY ONLY The City of Mount Vernon has secured 1,500 pounds of dry ice from Con Edison for distribution to our residents. Distribution will be from 2:30 pm in the parking lot behind city hall until supplies are exhausted. We only ask that those showing up be prepared to […]
The following sites offer residents a safe place to spend a couple of hours to get out of the cold. Many offer some form of entertainment, food and/or hot drinks. Locate a warming center near you and call 914.295.4014 to make arrangements to be picked up. Doles Community Center 250 S. 6th Ave 12:00pm […]
Con Edison is distributing dry ice at Yonkers Raceway now until supplies are gone. Be prepared for long lines.
Con Edison crews are working round the clock to restore power to the 70% of residents left in the dark by Hurricane Sandy. Power is being restored to more and more customers every hour but it will take time to get everyone back up and running. Our public works crews have completed 65% of priority […]