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As defined by Section 575-60 of the City of Peekskill Code, an artist is "an individual who practices one of the fine, design, graphic, musical, culinary, literary, computer or performing arts; or an individual whose profession relies on the application of the above-mentioned skills to produce a unique creative product; i.e., an architect, craftsperson, teacher of art, music, dance, chef, photographer, etc." [Full list not shown here]
Parking permits for persons with severe disabilities residing in Peekskill can be obtained from the City Clerk's Office at City Hall. Download the application form (PDF). Once the application has been completed and certified by a physician it should be brought to the Clerk's Office where the permit will be issued for a period of five years for a permanent disability or six months for a temporary disability. There is no charge for this permit.
The artist certification process is simple. For instructions and an application, please see the following document:
The Mayor and Council publicly meet most Monday evenings for either a Common Council Meeting or a Committee of the Whole Meeting.
The 1st installment is due July 31st, the 2nd installment is due February 28th.
Taxes may be paid in person at City Hall (840 Main Street, Peekskill, NY 10566), by mail, or online at cityofpeekskill.com.
The 1st installment is due April 30th, the 2nd installment is due October 31st.
Summer hours are 8:30 am to 4:00 pm from July 5, 2023 through September 1, 2023
Normal operating hours are 9:00 am - 5:00 pm.
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You may apply for a job by completing a City of Peekskill Employment Application. Before applying, please read carefully the instructions on the job posting and application.
View the Employment Application (PDF).
All job openings are posted on our website under the job module. Also, job openings are posted on our Posting Board which is located in front of the HR Office at City Hall.
You can submit a resume via fax at 914-930-2817 or email Human Resources.
The City's zoning ordinance and map are both online. They can be found at the following links. However, if you need to ensure you are viewing the most up-to-date documents, please contact the Clerk's office.
Applications are made available annually in the end of May or beginning June. They are available on the website (PDF) or at Police Headquarters.
Yes, by appointment only.
To make an appointment, please email P.O. Pamela Sgroi or P.O.Chatoyer Woodland or call 914-862-1710.
Alarm bills can be paid in person to the Records Clerk at the Police Station with a check or money order made out to the City of Peekskill
Records Clerks are only available Monday through Friday from 8 am - 4 pm. Alternatively, payments can be mailed to:
Peekskill Police Department 2 Nelson AvenuePeekskill, NY 10566Attn: Alarm Administrator.
An alarm permit can be obtained by filling out the form found on our Alarms page.
Accident Reports can be picked up Monday through Friday at City Hall in the City Clerk's Office for a fee of $7.50.
The accident report will be available for pick up approximately 2 days after the reported date. If the accident occurs on a weekend or Holiday, then allow two days from the next business day for the report to be processed and available for pick up.
Yes, email Sgt. Leo Dylewski for further information or call 914-737-8000.
No, in fact most complaints are based on simple misunderstandings that can often be resolved by informally meeting or speaking with a supervisor who can explain the basis for an action or inaction.
It is best to contact an employee's direct supervisor if the complaint is based upon his or her personal conduct or is regarding procedures or service. A supervisor is always on duty.
No, simple complaints can be made in person or via telephone.
No, written complaints can be made via U.S. Mail or email. A link to an official complaint form can be found below. A completed version can either be sent via U.S. Mail or email to the Chief of Police.
In short, a person making a legitimate and truthful complaint in good faith should not fear any action being taken against them. However, anyone who knowingly lies or makes a false statement in bad faith may be subject to prosecution.
Either the Chief of Police or a supervisor assigned by the Chief will be responsible for investigating your complaint.
We will work to complete the investigation as expeditiously as possible.
Yes, our policy is to notify the complainant of the results of the investigation either in writing, in person, or via telephone.