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  • With an annual output of over 1.5 Billion gallons, the Peekskill Water Department continues to provide its residents with water of the highest quality at a reasonable cost. Water Department Personnel continually monitor the water quality from its WICCOPEE RESERVOIR through the PEEKSKILL HOLLOW BROOK. Aggressive watershed inspections protect the quality of the source water. Our water filtration plant is manned twenty,-four hours a day, year round with certified experienced operators and continues to meet rigorous demands of State and Federal health requirements.

  • If you are considering Peekskill as a place for your business then your first stop should be the city's Office of Economic Development(OED). OED can provide you with guidance and technical assistance to help determine what city permits or licenses you may need to open your business. In addition, since OED is an office within the Department of Planning, Development, and Code Assistance we can assist with zoning questions and help explain the city's planning process.

  • The Department has seven, Emergency Medical Technicians and eight Paramedics on its career staff. These members run back up to the Peekskill Community Volunteer Corps. and to the Cortlandt Regional Paramedic program. Our EMT's and Paramedics respond to a large number of medical calls in our community and are a great value to Peekskill and our surrounding communities.

    Peekskill is a vital part of the Westchester County Mutual Aid System. Peekskill has responded to Croton, Ossining, Lake Mohegan, Buchanan, Continental Village, Garrison and other communities who requested our assistance.

  • SENIOR NUTRITION PROGRAMS

    Our mission is to indentify and prioritize the needs of the elderly in
    Westchester; to create comprehensive and coordinated plans for meeting those needs; and to advocate for responsive policies, programs, actions, legislation and resources on behalf of the
    elderly.

    The City of Peekskill Senior Nutrition Program is composed of two segments: meals served at congregate sites throughout the County

  • The City of Peekskill Emergency Management Office (PEMO) has created a innovative system to keep citizens informed before, during and after incidents, storms and other emergencies affecting the City. This system is be able to send text based messages to email addresses and text capable cell phones of all members of the public who sign up for this program. Our Emergency Management Staff are also be able to update citizens directly from the field. This program is intended to supplement information you will receive from television, radio and other sources. However, it should not replace individual and family emergency planning. In addition, situations may arise where direct communication from PEMO is not possible or practical. Our PENS system is powered by NIXLE, the leader in emergency communications.

  • The Peekskill Office of Emergency Management provides as a free service to citizens living within the 10 mile EPZ of the Indian Point Nuclear Power Plants the ability to order Potassium Iodide (KI) pills online for delivery to your residence for use when directed in case of a nuclear emergency. PEMO will only mail to address within the 10 mile EPZ and will only mail reasonable request amounts. Only order enough pills for those persons who normally reside in your residence on a regular basis. Feel free to direct any questions to: SEchols@peekskillpolice.com.

     

  • Reports of potholes, debris in the road, non-functioning streetlights or traffic signals, problems with sewers or defective City-owned trees are answered by calling the highway Department at 734-4130. After business hours, emergency calls regarding Public Works functions will be answered at 734-4186.

  • During Winter Parking Weather alerts, parking restrictions go into effect. This includes the Alternate Side of the Street Parking. Parking Regulations are indicated on street signs. A helpful "parking rule of thumb" to us during the winter Snow Season is that if there is no sign authorizing parking, then parking overnight on a City street is not permitted during Winter Parking Weather Alerts. When snow is forecast stay tuned to W.H.U.D the Government Channel and this website for information.

  • Reports of potholes, debris in the road, non-functioning streetlights or traffic signals, problems with sewers or defective City-owned trees are answered at 734-4130. After business hours, emergency calls regarding Public Works functions will be answered at 734-4186.