Recreation Department 140 Pumphouse Rd, Brewster, NY10509 The Town of Southeast Recreation Department's main office is located at this facility. Patricia Bohrman and Mary Anne…More Galipani are on hand to answer questions on any of the town's recreation programs
Village of Brewster Offices and Court 50 Main St, Brewster, NY10509 This centrally located facility in the heart of Brewster houses the village's court as well as the offices of the mayor…More and the board of trustees. Residents can pay their utilities (water, sewer and refuse) and village taxes here.
Keep Putnam Beautiful 1 Geneva Rd, Brewster, NY10509 Keep Putnam Beautiful is a government organization and community partnership dedicated to preserving streets, parks and…More wildlife throughout Putnam County. This organization promotes civic pride and stewardship, community education and mass volunteer recycling, planting and cleanup programs. A list of volunteer opportunities and events is available on the program’s website.
Town of Southeast Offices 1 Main St, Brewster, NY10509 The Town of Southeast has its administrative offices located in the heart of Downtown Brewster. The building is at the…More corner of Main Street and Railroad Avenue, right across the street from Brewster Station. The old-fashioned facility contains the office of the fire inspector, building department and parking enforcement and is a direct reflection of the city's lovely surroundings. It is also home to the planning department, zoning enforcement and the special districts office.
Village of Brewster 50 Main St, Brewster, NY10509 The Village of Brewster, located within Putnam County, was named for two early farmer landowners, Walter and James…More Brewster. The Village Hall and Court is located on Main Street in town and offers numerous services for residents, including permit solutions and court services. It also houses government offices. Call or visit the website for more information, including upcoming meetings and public events.
Child Advocacy Center 121 Main St, Brewster, NY10509 Founded in 1999, the Child Advocacy Center is a municipal organization dedicated to protecting children suspected…More of being abused. The Center's staff of professionals works with children and families to minimize trauma, provide support for victims and their families and promote the investigation and prosecution of abusers.
Village of Brewster Building Department and Department of Public 208 Main St, Brewster, NY10509 These two departments share the building with the Village of Brewster Police Department. The Building Department is…More responsible for handling building code violations, overcrowding, occupancy certificates and building permits. The Department of Public Works oversees the maintenance of the highways and roads in the village. Department staff also perform readings on the water meters.
Brewster Fire Department - Main Station 501 N Main St, Brewster, NY10509 The Brewster Fire Department is a volunteer fire department that provides fire protection and emergency medical services…More to the community. The department has fire police vans, trucks, command vehicles, tower ladders and tankers. Check the main site for information on fire prevention or to learn more about the department.
Putnam County Department of Health 1 Geneva Rd, Brewster, NY10509 Putnam County Department of Health is the governing agency that seeks to protect area residents and visitors from…More illnesses and injuries. It takes a lead role in working with organizations in the commmunity, the public and private sector to ensure everyone has access to basic health services and handles health assessment and planning and development and implementation of programs related to health issues and education. Some of its services and programs include the Adolescent Tobacco Use Prevention Act, Adult Immunization Clinics and Anonymous HIV Testing and Counseling.
Village Office & Court 50 Main St, Brewster, NY10509 The Village of Brewster Office and Court are housed on Main Street across from the train station, along with the Village…More Police Department. The court handles traffic cases and minor criminal cases. The Village Planning Board meets on the last Tuesday of the month at 7:30pm. Planning Board members' information and minutes can be found on the website. Parking information and holiday schedule can also be found on the website.
United States Postal Service 3 Mount Ebo Rd N, Brewster, NY10509 This branch is a full-service location, and can be found near the corner of Doansburg and Mount Ebo roads. Services…More include international shipping as well as flat-rate priority, first-class and express mail. It also offers direct mailing, tracking and insurance.
The Town of Southeast and the Village of Brewster fall within New York State Senate District 40, which covers Putnam…More county and parts of Westchester and Dutchess counties.</p>
<p>The senator-elect is Republican Greg Ball, who beat Michael Kaplowitz in November to take over the seat vacated by Vincent Leibell. </p>
Town of Southeast Highway Department 10 Palmer Rd, Brewster, NY10509 The Town of Southeast's Highway Department services and cares for the town's 187 roads. Services provided include: road…More repair and resurfacing, installation and maintenance of curbs, gutters, guide rails, drainage systems and sluiceways, roadside landscaping, snow removal and street sweeping. For more information call the listed number.
The Town of Southeast Offices houses the Building and Planning departments, as well as the Zoning Enforcement and…More Special Districts offices. Southeast Parking and the fire inspector also share the building, which was erected in 1886 as the First National Bank of Brewsters. </p>
<p>The Building Department's purpose is to ensure that both local and state structural regulations are met through inspections and the review of permit plans. Permit applicants may also be sent to the Planning Department and the Zoning Board of Appeals. Michael J. Levine heads the department as building inspector. </p>
<p>The Special Districts Department is responsible for the handling of the operation and payment of several special districts' water and sewer functions. Levon Bedrosian is the department's administrator.</p>
<p>Residents can also visit the building for Southeast Parking, where annual and semiannual parking permits can be purchased for the train station and the "Gold Lot."</p>
<p>Fire Inspector Kenneth Clair is responsible for meeting the state's standard of yearly public inspections, as well as inspections of dangerous occupancies.</p>
Taconic Developmental Disabilities Services Office offers residential services for the developmentally disabled. It…More runs 11 group homes, eight in Putnam and three in Dutchess counties. The parent agency is the state Office of Persons With Developmental Disabilities, or OPWDD. </p>
<p>Jim Doddemeade runs this local office and has more than 24 years in the field. The OPWDD has operated in Putnam for more than 30 years and in this location for more than seven years. </p>
<p>This office also specializes in services that treat Prader-Willi Syndrome, a genetic disorder that may cause uncontrollable appetites. It also runs a day program, called Day Habilitative Services, in Pawling. This program helps persons with developmental disabilities to develop skills used in day-to-day living. The program also conducts field trips and organized activities in the community. </p>
Putnam County Sheriff's Office 3 County Center, Carmel, NY10512 Sheriff Donald Blaine Smith heads the Putnam County Sheriff's Department, which consists of one undersheriff, three…More captains, one chief investigator and 85 officers. The department features a marine unit, a narcotics enforcement unit, a civil bureau, a school resource officer and additional specialized units. The department's territory is county-wide, so at times it works with the State Police or different village police departments. Residents can visit the office to report crimes, incidents and domestic abuse or to inquire about pistol permits. The Sheriff's Department is attached to the Correctional Facility, which employs 57 correction officers.
The Village Police has its administrative office at 50 Main Street, across from the Metro North train station,…More and is housed at 208 Main Street near the junction of Route 22. </p>
<p>Chief Inspector John Del Gardo heads up the police department, which recently received a $25,000 grant from New York State for the purchase of a new police car, a license plate reader system and computers to assist the police.<br /><strong> </strong></p>
Brewster -Southeast Joint Fire District N Main St, Brewster, NY10509 Brewster Fire Department has been serving the Brewster Southeast community since its organization over 140…More years ago in 1870. Chief Shawn Conrad is the current chief and is assisted by first assistant chief Dave O'Hara and second assistant chief Tom Leather. The fire department has hundreds of associated current and past members. Explorer Post 11 is a member organization of the Brewster Fire Department. Much more information can be found at the Web site.
The Department of Motor Vehicles is the place to visit for driver's licenses and permits, vehicle registration, title…More certificates, inspection stickers and more. </p>
<p>The Putnam office is on Geneva Street in Brewster, off International Boulevard and Route 312, near the entrance to Interstate 84.</p>
<p>You must have an appointment to take a written permit test. Consult the Web site for more details on this location.</p>
WIC Women, Infants and Children 121 Main St, Brewster, NY10509 This special supplemental food program for Women, Infants and Children is provided by the Putnam County Department of…More Health. The program provides up to $85 in vouchers for food to women, infants and children who are participants in the program. The facility is part of the main offices of the Putnam County Department of Health.Sherlita Amler, M.D., M.S, FAAP is the commissioner of health and has offices at this location.
Westchester Wildlife Control 2613 Carmel Ave, Brewster, NY10509 Jim Dreisacker's company has been controlling local wildlife for nearly 30 years. It controls animals such as…More bats, beavers, bees, coyotes, deer, geese, mice, raccoons, rats, skunks, snakes, squirrels, woodpeckers and even alligators. They trap, remove, relocate live animals or locate and dispose of carcasses. They can also animal proof your home to keep wildlife away in the first place. Approaches are all environmentally friendly. See the Web site for more information.
This brick building serves as a sort of town hall for the residents of Southeast. Visitors can make suggestions or…More voice their complaints to the Town Supervisor, and they can also receive advice on a number of different issues at this and other offices.</p>
<p>At the tax receiver's office, residents can pay their county, town and school taxes, either in person or by mail. The assessor's office is responsible for keeping the assessed values of properties in the town at a fair market value annually. Residents, attorneys, real estate agents and other individuals can come here to check property identification and the status of exemptions, among other data. </p>
<p>The accounting department is responsible for the financial ongoings of the town, including accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll.</p>
<p>The town clerk is located at the left window in the building's lobby. Residents can visit the clerk for information on town documents and meetings. </p>
<p>Town court is led by the town justices, who hear cases that occur only within the Town of Sourtheast.</p>
Village of Brewster Police Department 208 Main St, Brewster, NY10509 The Brewster Police Department was established in 2006. The department is responsible for the Village of Brewster only,…More and residents should report crimes to the office. The department's mailing address is 50 Main Street, Brewster, NY 10509.
New York State Troopers, Southeast Barracks 1672 Route 22, Brewster, NY10509 New York State Troopers, Southeast Barracks, patrol the towns of Brewster, Southeast, Patterson and Putnam Lake. The…More state troopers cover Brewster along with the Putnam County Sheriff's Office and the Brewster Police Department.