The Board of Trustees and Village Manager are recruiting talented and interested residents from the Village of Ossining for appointment to open positions on various Boards and Commissions.
Our Boards and Commissions vary in size and involvement, yet all are designed to help shape and influence critical decisions and services for the Village of Ossining. We strive to fill all open positions with residents who are passionate about the Board they choose and are enthusiastic to serve. Our staff is available to help you identify a Board or Commission that would best suit your interests.
There are nine different Boards and Commissions. For more information on each, please visit here.
While interviews and selection will be done in November and December for 2019 appointments, there are immediate openings on the Environmental Advisory Council as well as the Zoning Board of Appeals. If you are interested in serving on a Board or Commission, please complete the online application linked below.
Please visit here to apply.
We thank the residents of the Village of Ossining for their dedication and commitment to service.
- Arts Projects Committee: 7 vacancies;
- Board of Architectural Review and Planning Board: 4 vacancies;
- Civilian Police Complaint Review Board: 1 vacancy;
- Environmental Advisory Council: 5 vacancies;
- Historic Preservation Commission: 4 vacancies;
- Landlord-Tenant Relations Council: 4 Vacancies;
- Recreation Advisory Board: 2 village vacancies;
- Recreation Advisory Board: 2 town vacancies;
- Zoning Board of Appeals: 1 vacancy.
About the Village of Ossining
On April 2, 1813, the Village of Ossining became the first incorporated village in Westchester County to be state-chartered. Today, Ossining is a culturally diverse, affordable place to live, rich in both history and natural beauty. Approximately 25,000 people reside in the three and one half square miles of this historic Village on the Hudson River, which boasts extensive shopping, recreational programs, educational enrichment opportunities, and excellent municipal services. Ossining’s role in New York’s heritage has been recognized by its inclusion, as one of only 14 areas, in an Urban Cultural Park System designed to attract visitors to the State.