Ardsley/Fort Hill Intersection Meeting: May 14, 5PM

The Town is hosting a follow-up meeting with the traffic engineer on Thursday, May 14th at 5pm to discuss the potential changes to the Ardsley/Fort Hill Intersection, including the possible addition of a traffic light.  If you’d like to take part, please register early as they have a Zoom meeting limit of about 90 people.  There will also be a replay available if you’re unable to attend during this time.


Meeting Info:

Ardsley – Fort Hill Intersection Meeting (Provident Design Engineering Presentation)
When: May 14, 2020 05:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)
Register in advance for this meeting:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
  • Opening Remarks – Victor Carosi, P.E. Commissioner DPW
  • Presentation – Brian Dempsey, P.E. Provident Engineering
  • Edgemont Pedestrian Safety Committee Representative
  • Public Questions/Comments

ECC Monthly Meeting: May 4th, 2020

The Edgemont Community Council will hold its May 2020 meeting tomorrow, Monday, May 4th at 8PM. Given the current restrictions on meetings and social distancing requirements, we’ll hold this meeting via Zoom. Please find the details below and email if you have any trouble accessing it.

The agenda can be found on our website.

As always, ECC meetings are open to the public.

Zoom Meeting Details:

Colin McCarthy is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

Topic: ECC May Meeting
Time: May 4, 2020 08:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Meeting ID: 830 3272 6725
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Annual Meeting Postponed

The ECC Annual Meeting, scheduled for April 22nd, 2020, has been postponed. Once we’re told it’s safe to gather publicly again, we’ll reschedule and let you know the details.

Stay safe.

Edgemont COVID-19 Assistance Efforts

Residents throughout Edgemont have stepped up and responded in a variety of ways to help during the current COVID-19 crisis.  Given the wide range of projects, we thought it would be helpful to create a directory to highlight these efforts.

All of these projects require ongoing assistance so if you’re interested in getting involved, take a look and contact the project lead.  Also, if you have an initiative you’d like listed, just let us know.

This is a constantly evolving list so please check back frequently for updates.

Thanks and stay safe.

Please see the following important announcements from the Edgemont School System:


Dear Edgemont Community Members,

This email is targeting the broader community to address a few community topics. First and foremost, we trust you and yours are well or recovering quickly. We thank all community members who are on the frontlines in medicine and health care and first responders who are putting themselves and their families at risk by helping others and contributing to the greater good.

School facilities

School facilities are closed. Please do not use the school grounds at all. This includes all fields, courts and playgrounds. Anytime groups are gathering, you are extending the time before the entire community can get back to normal, and putting people’s health at risk. The schools are closed and people are staying home for a reason. This is important and we need your compliance. It is especially important for parents to reinforce this message with their children, no matter what their age.

Board of Education meetings

During this period while we are unable to have in person Board meetings, we have been conducting them online. To listen to any meetings that have been conducted this way, please click on the link below to see a short video of how you can access any that you have been unable to attend. The recordings will generally be posted the following day.

How to access Board meeting recordings

Here are the direct links to the recordings of the two meetings to date which have been conducted that way.

March 24, 2020 Board meeting – The actual meeting begins at about the 9 minute 30 second mark.

March 31, 2020 Board meeting – The actual meeting begins at about the 15 minute 45 second mark.

Community Updates

If any of you know people in Edgemont who no longer have children in the schools, please feel free to forward this to them, and please encourage them to sign up for these Edgemont Community Email Blasts. They can do that by clicking on the link below, or by going to and clicking on the “E-News/Email Blast Sign Up” button in the lower right hand part of the page.

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Edgemont excels in so many ways, let’s excel at slowing and eliminating the spread of this virus in our community.


Victoria Kniewel

Alec Clarke
President Board of Education