April 30, 2018
Successful Drug Take Back Day

County Executive Ed Day announced that the first Drug Take Back Day of 2018, held Saturday, April 28th, was extremely successful. Prescription drugs were collected at five locations throughout Rockland County and many more unwanted prescriptions were dropped off than in previous years. [Read More]

April 25, 2018
Spring Valley Refuses to Pay Fair Share

County Executive Ed Day joined with Hi Tor Animal Care Center’s Board of Directors President, Debbie DiBernardo to denounce the actions of the Village of Spring Valley Government. On April 18th, the Village of Spring Valley failed to pass a resolution executing the Inter-Municipal greement between the Village and the County of Rockland for Hi Tor animal control. By failing to pass this agreement the Village of Spring Valley is refusing to pay their fair share of costs related to animal control. [Read More]

April 24, 2018
2018 Outstanding Environmental Award Winner

County Executive Ed Day presented the County Executive’s Outstanding Environmental Volunteer Award to New City resident Laurie Seeman. For nearly 2 decades Laurie Seeman has been advocating for Rockland’s environment and educating our youth about how they can help. [Read More]

April 17, 2018
County Executive Ed Day and the County's Veterans Service Agency Acting Director Susan Branam Presented Sixth Annual Rockland County Freedom Award

County Executive Ed Day and the County's Veterans Service Agency Acting Director Susan Branam presented Nanuet resident Karen Ross with the sixth annual Rockland County Freedom Award for her outstanding service to our nation as a Chief Petty Officer in the United States Navy. [Read More]

April 17, 2018
Ed Day Announced Today That Moody’s Investors Service Rated Rockland's Tax Anticipation Notes (tans) Mig 1

Rockland County Executive Ed Day announced today that Moody’s Investors Service rated Rockland's Tax Anticipation Notes (TANs) MIG 1, a clear sign that the fiscal policies he put into place are paying off for taxpayers. The MIG 1 rating is the highest short-term rating assigned by Moody’s to Notes. This is a first for Rockland County since it’s severe deficit position in 2011 and comes on the heels of its seventh consecutive bond rating increase in March. [Read More]

April 9, 2018
County Executive Ed Day Joined Members of Legislature to Sign a Bond Resolution for $29.5 Million for the Construction of New Highway Department Facilities

County Executive Ed Day joined with Legislative Chairman Toney Earl and other members of the Legislature to sign a recently passed bond resolution for $29.5 million for the construction of new Highway Department facilities and three other bond resolutions to continue the methodical rebuilding of county government. [Read More]