September 25, 2020
Potential Covid-19 Exposure

The Rockland County Department of Health has been notified that a person who tested positive for COVID-19 attended three separate Spanish language masses at the Gracepoint Gospel Fellowship Church, located at 384 New Hempstead Road in New City during their infectious period. [Read More]

September 23, 2020
County Executive’s Outstanding Environmental Volunteer Announced

County Executive Ed Day and the Division of Environmental Resources presented the 23rd County Executive’s Outstanding Environmental Volunteer Award to Haverstraw resident Tim Sanders during a ceremony at Kennedy Dells County Park in New City. Tim has worked for several years on the American Eel Project at the Minisceongo Creek in West Haverstraw. [Read More]

September 21, 2020
Statement from County Executive Ed Day

The untimely deaths this morning of two William P. Faist Volunteer Ambulance Corps members is extremely difficult to bear. I join with all of Rockland in mourning 1st Lt. Supply Officer Moshe Herzog and EMT David Schneebalg who served our community as dedicated volunteers. The loss of these young men is devastating, but their service to our community will not soon be forgotten. [Read More]

September 21, 2020
Statement from County Executive Ed Day

The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg is an extremely difficult loss. Justice Ginsberg dedicated her life to our rights, our democracy, and our nation. As the second woman to serve on the Supreme Court, she lit the way for many young women and showed us all what was possible. She courageously fought for the ideals she believed in until her final breath. Justice Ginsberg will long be remembered as a hero and champion who never stopped fighting. May she rest in peace. [Read More]

September 15, 2020
Active Case Map Added to Covid-19 Dashboard

County Executive Ed Day announced the addition of an Active Case Map to the County’s COVID-19 Map Dashboard. The new Map will show active cases based on zip code which consist of confirmed positive results dated within the last two weeks that have been reported to the Rockland County Department of Health. The Active Case Map will be updated during the week on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. [Read More]

September 11, 2020
Rockland County Marks September 11th Anniversary

– County Executive Ed Day and other local officials joined family members and residents to remember the people of Rockland County who were killed 19 years ago in the September 11th terror attacks. [Read More]

September 10, 2020
New Element Added to Rockland Hotel Scene

County Executive Ed Day announced the opening of the first new hotel in Rockland in seven years. The Element by Westin is located at 90 Spring Valley Marketplace and has already started taking reservations for its 87-room inventory ahead of tomorrow’s soft opening. [Read More]

September 2, 2020
Statement: Legislative Inaction Puts Hundreds of Jobs at Risk

I am extremely disappointed by last night’s complete lack of action by the Democratic Majority members of the Rockland County Legislature. Their vote of disapproval on the financial plan we submitted now puts at risk hundreds of County employees jobs and raises the specter of a double-digit property tax increase. Passage of my plan would have likely resulted in a 2021 County Budget with no layoffs and no property tax increase, but these are the dire alternatives we now face because of their vote and lack of action. [Read More]

September 1, 2020
Child Care Subsidy Program Accepting Applications

Rockland County Executive Ed Day, Department of Social Services Commissioner Joan Silvestri and Child Care Resources of Rockland Executive Director Vicki Caramante announce that the Department of Social Services Child Care Subsidy program is open and accepting applications for low income Rockland families. [Read More]

August 26, 2020
Eliminating West of Hudson Mta Service Would Be Catastrophic

Joint Statement from Rockland County Executive Ed Day, Orange County Executive Steve Neuhaus and Rockland’s MTA Board Member Frank Borelli [Read More]

August 25, 2020
Rockland’s Success Stories

As Rockland County continues its “road to recovery,” many local businesses have taken advantage of available funding through the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) 504 Loan Program, which has helped generate significant growth in Rockland. [Read More]

August 19, 2020
County Executive Day Announces Further Actions to Blunt Fiscal Impact of Pandemic

New City, NY, - County Executive Ed Day submitted three draft Resolutions to the County Legislature which will generate additional revenue, help stabilize Rockland’s finances, and allow for proper budgetary decision-making for 2021. “We are facing never before seen impacts on our budget and need to do everything possible to decrease spending while finding ways to increase revenue; through our previous actions we have reduced year over year spending by more than $18 million at the end of June. [Read More]

August 18, 2020
Police & Patrol Officer Civil Service Examination Postponed

New City, NY, - The Police and Patrol Officer exam scheduled for September 26, 2020, has been postponed. In order for Rockland County to remain in compliance with the current Governor’s Executive Order pertaining to gatherings and after a lack of response to additional requests for examination specific guidance, the decision has been made to postpone this exam. [Read More]

August 12, 2020
Respond to the Census Now

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S Census Bureau had extended Census operations until the end of October to ensure time for residents to respond and to enable Census enumerators to go door-to-door to count those who have not yet responded. However, with the Census Bureau’s recent deadline change to September 30, less time is now available to get an accurate count. [Read More]

August 10, 2020
Property Sold to Habitat for Humanity

County Executive Ed Day signed the Resolution authorizing the sale of tax delinquent county-owned property to Habitat For Humanity of Rockland. 28 and 32 Second Street, Hillburn, NY, were acquired through foreclosures by Rockland County. Habitat For Humanity offered to purchase the properties for $53,932.01 which is the amount of delinquent tax due to the County through December 31, 2019. [Read More]

August 7, 2020
Rcsc Celebration of Service

Please join the Rockland Conservation & Service Corps (RCSC), their friends and supporters as we celebrate the accomplishments of our 15 Conservation Corps Members from 1 - 4 PM on Tuesday, August 11th at the Rockland County Fire Training Center, 35 Firemens Memorial Drive, Pomona, NY. [Read More]

August 7, 2020
Major Failure of Cellular Providers to Maintain Infrastructure

In the wake of the widespread damage and power outages caused by Tropical Storm Isaias cell service is suffering in Rockland County and around the region creating a critical public safety issue. The Rockland County Sheriff’s Office Communications Division and Facilities Management team have been working non-stop to maintain the Rockland County Public Safety Communications System. The system provides radio communication to police, fire, EMS, and other emergency responders in Rockland County and is comprised of 15 primary sites. [Read More]

August 5, 2020
Statement: Storm Damage

Rockland County has once again been a victim of severe weather with an unexpected turn of Tropical Storm Isaias bringing damaging wind instead of the heavy rain which was forecast. The damage done in the hours when Isaias moved through our area is devastating and is second in my mind only to what we suffered during Superstorm Sandy. At one point almost half of Rockland residents were without power and while some people have been restored today not nearly enough progress has been made. [Read More]

August 4, 2020
Mask Distribution in Village of Haverstraw on 8-5

The Rockland County Executive’s Office, Department of Health, Human Rights Commission, Youth Bureau, Fire and Emergency Services and the Haverstraw African American Connection (HAAC) have partnered to distribute washable, reusable cloth face masks from 11 am – 2 pm, Wednesday, August 5th at the Haverstraw African American Memorial Park, located at 41 Clinton Street, Haverstraw, NY. [Read More]

July 30, 2020
Rockland Refreshes!

With summer now in full swing, warm weather and sunshine are encouraging people from near and far to visit Rockland County to safely enjoy food, fun, and adventure. The opening of the shared use path across the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge has opened Rockland to thousands more visitors every week. [Read More]
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