In a message to the Lewisboro community today, Town of Lewisboro Supervisor, Peter H. Parsons announced that 7 Lewisboro residents have tested positive for COVID-19. Please read below and STAY HOME!
Today is Tuesday, March 24th, 2020. According to the New York State Department of Health, 7 Lewisboro residents have tested positive for Covid-19. In this update we are asking you to STAY HOME! Keep off Town Fields, Courts and Playground Equipment and PASS IT ON.
Today, a Town Employee had to intervene with families using Town playground equipment. We are doing our very best to get the word out and keep the public informed in a responsible manner but please - help us do our part. Email this to one or two people who may not get it. Encourage others to sign up for the Town’s “Community Announcements” from our homepage: www.lewisborogov.com We are happy to walk you through the process. Call (914) 763-3511 for the Town Clerk’s Office or (914) 763-3151/(914) 763-9035 for the Supervisor’s Office.
In the Governor’s Update he stressed the importance of staying home. While predictions are hard to make, the State did make some, and the number of cases is higher than expected. That means double the need to STAY HOME!
If you ordered protective medical equipment such as gloves and/or n95 masks, and don’t need them now that you are home, please be in touch. Local healthcare workers have reached out and need them.
Want to Help from Home?: Support our local businesses who are hurting badly right now
KEEP YOUR FAVORITE NORTHERN WESTCHESTER RESTAURANTS GOING. BUY A GIFT CARD TODAY WHEN THEY NEED THE SUPPORT. REDEEM LATER WHEN THEY REOPEN.
Please visit https://RestaurantRelief.net
· Town Board Meeting is on for Monday, 3/30. We will be using ZOOM and login instructions will be forthcoming.
· Ms. Anna will be leading LIVESTREAM STORYTIME from The Lewisboro Library on FACEBOOK tomorrow, Wednesday, 3/25 at 10:30AM.
DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION: All town offices are closed and employees are working remotely. You can still reach us at (914) 232-6162 and leave a message and we will reach back at you. We are placing signage today at all fields, courts and playgrounds. They are homemade and the best we can do to weather proof but we hope they will help spread the word to those who are unaware that these resources are OFF LIMITS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Many of you have already received our 2020 Spring and Summer Brochure which was in production before life changed for all of us due to the Coronavirus. All programs, activities, special events and permits are postponed until further notice. Once we are back up and running, everyone will be notified as to when registration will start and activities will resume. We thank you for your understanding.
INFO FOR SENIORS & AT-RISK RESIDENTS:
It is critical to us that our at-risk population remain in the comfort and safety of their homes. With this in mind, the Department has been contacting our local grocery stores to see what arrangements can be made for home delivery.
Resource for Home Delivery of Groceries and INTERESTED VOLUNTEERS:
‘Ride Connect of Family Services of Westchester’ has initiated a volunteer program that will match a volunteer with a senior for grocery shopping. Any interested volunteer can contact Ride Connect give them their name, phone # and town of residence and the senior can also call Ride Connect and give their information. Call Ride Connect at 914-242-7433
Once the volunteer and senior are matched, they work out an arrangement for shopping and exchange of money or credit card information.
THE JUSTICE COURT: You can leave a message on the Court answering machine (914-763-5417) for any urgent matters. Please state your name (spell your last name), phone number and date of birth.