9/11 memorial

The Town of North Castle 9/11 Memorial will be held at 5:30 PM in Wampus Brook Park, on September 11th.

Opening Prayer
Welcome – Supervisor Schiliro
Reading of North Castle Resident Names
Laying of the Wreath
Ringing of Bells
Closing Prayer

Stayin Alive Charity

Great video put on by team Stayin Alive charity! We are so proud to work so closely with these Armonk residents and and appreciate all the help and support they have given us throughout the years.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xHKUWzm6AaI

Please support them for the Stayin’ Alive Charity 5k Race on May 31st. Learn more by e-mailing stayinalivecharity@gmail.com

Awards For The Fire Department

The Armonk Fire Department received a Unit Citation from the Westchester Regional EMS Council, and also awarded members of the Fire Department, Police Department and Highway department Meritorious Service Awards for an event that took place during Hurricane Sandy.
Congratulations to everyone who was involved.
The Westchester Regional EMS Council honored the EMS providers in the county by hosting the 40th annual EMS Awards Ceremony at Sleepy Hollow High School.
More than 200 EMS providers and their families celebrated the presentation of the annual
EMS awards and the conferral of lifesaving citations.

Meritorious Service:
  • Ronald Macellaro, Firefighter: Armonk FD
  • William Wallerstein, Firefighter: Armonk FD
  • Thomas MacInnes, Highway worker: North Castle Highway Department
  • Robert Lombardi, Highway worker / EMT: North Castle Highway Department
  • Unit Citations:
    • Armonk Fire Department
    • North Castle Highway Department
    • “Every year, we see great acts by amazing people coming to the aid of those in need.  We applaud the efforts of these volunteer and career emergency services providers.” said Chris Kalish, Chairman of the Westchester Regional EMS Council’s Public Information and Education Committee.

Frosty The Snowman Parade

Thanks to everyone who came out to support us during the Frosty The Snowman Parade. See our pictures of our apparatus, and our friends from the Banksville Fire Department.