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We are the voice of business in the Greater Ossining area. Our mission is to be a business resource to the community, provide educational programs to members and the public, and interface with local government on matters of concern to the membership.
As a member of the Greater Ossining Chamber of Commerce you are aligned with businesses and individuals in an organization that is working to strengthen the economic vitality of its members and the community.
Ossining Public Library 53 Croton Avenue (Budarz Theater) - Ossining The focus of this year's event is "Business in the Ossining Community". The format is a question and answer forum from the moderator, not a debate. Candidates will have the opportunity to introduce themselves to the Ossining community and give a brief statement of qualities and qualifications that […]Tweet
Join the Chamber and Uptown Alliance for the 3rd Annual "Howloween Parade for Pets & Kids" Parade starts at the Ossining Elks Lodge (118 Croton Avenue) @11am and will walk up to Mike Risko Music School (144 Croton Avenue). There will be awards, kids activities and prizes Thank you sponsors DragonFly Yoga […]Tweet
Historic Ossining PUB HAUL by Trolley A food, cocktail, and craft beer “haul” by trolley through the bars and eateries of Historic Ossining-on-the Hudson. Featuring Trolley, Happy-Hour Drink Deals-CASH BAR and FREE food tastings at each establishment guided by people in-the -know. COST-$30/pp Maximum 40 participants (Paypal/credit card button on Pub Haul page) Participating Bars and […]Tweet
Let’s kick off the summer with an evening stroll in downtown Ossining. The Village of Ossining’s Downtown Development Fund Council is proud to present an evening of fun and celebration as it lights up the downtown. Stroll down the street where 50+ trees have been fitted with over 1,000 LED light sets, which is over […]
The Ossining Village Board of Trustees continues to move forward with a plan for the construction of a roundabout at the Historic Five Corners (Spring and Main) in Downtown Ossining. The VBOT has authorized a $500,000 taxpayer-funded bond and has asked for bids on the project with work to begin in June 2017. Village […]
Wednesday night, I was truly appalled by a “community meeting” in which Ossining Mayor Victoria Gearity and her Village Board (“OVB”) discussed a proposed Downtown Redevelopment Working Committee “(DRWC”), the membership of which the OVB will handpick. Composition notwithstanding, the work of the DRWC is to issue a report in late July to propose how the downtown […]