Hartsdale Neighbors Association (“HNA”) is a volunteer driven community based organization whose goal is to promote, advance and protect the interests of the property owners and residents across all Hartsdale neighborhoods. Our mission is to work towards protecting and enriching a quality of life that is expected, deserved and welcomed by those in our community.

Updated 2/2/2019

Current Initiatives:

  • Greenburgh School Updates-   The vote for the GCSD district consolidation and bond proposal is now scheduled for 3/19 at Woodlands High School.  You can learn more about the proposal here. The district has just put out an updated FAQ here. The school board has organized a series of local meetings where you can learn more about the proposal and ask questions.  See below for dates and details.  To learn more about voter registration, absentee ballots and other details about voting, click here.

February 13th- 7:00pm Highview Elementary School

Tuesday 2/26- 7:00pm Greenburgh Public Library

  • Four Corners Revitalization-

    • The Planning Board will be holding a public discussion, 8:45pm Wednesday 2/6 regarding the Four Corners Study referred to them by the Town Board.  This study, which will supplement the Town’s 2016 Comprehensive Plan, identifies the many challenges faced at 4 Corners and identifies potential solution concepts for these challenges and plans for revitalization through significant investment.  This is another opportunity for the public to weigh in on the proposal and share feedback.  You can view the study online here.
    • The 2019 preliminary budget originally included only $50k for 4 Corners traffic, storm water, and planning studies. After HNA representatives made the case to the town this amount was woefully insufficient, that amount was increased to $150k. A huge win for Hartsdale and the HNA. Thank you to all those who joined us in speaking out about the need for additional funding.
    • You can download a copy of the Draft Study here.  Let us know what you think!
    • Further details and the ability to join the conversation are on the dedicated Four Corners page. If you have not already signed the petition make sure to do so at the above link!
  • Elmwood Country Club Property Development
    • Ridgewood Realty, the private developer who purchased the Elmwood property with an eye to redevelop it into an Active 55+ Townhome community recently met with the Planning Board. This was despite the fact, that just like 4C, the Town Board has not moved to act on this proposal.  Click here to read the Letter to the Editor in the Scarsdale Inquirer by HNA President Eric Zinger on this subject.  We believe whether you are for or against the requesting PUD and zoning change, the Town Board should take a position and provide clarity.
    • The developer has submitted their plans to the town and met with the Town Planning Board informally in August.  It is now pending action from the Town Board to move forward in the process.
    • The former Elmwood Country Club has been sold to private real estate developers who are looking to develop the property. The property is currently zoned R-30 which allows for a variety of uses but is most often associated with single family detached homes. The developers have an as-of right to develop the property in this manner if they wish.
    • The developer Ridgewood Real Estate Partners would like to see the property rezoned to allow them to build an “Active 55+ Adult community” with townhouses.  This would allow them to build a higher density community and increase the number of units on the property. There are many issues at stake here including density, traffic, impact to Greenburgh schools, taxes (single family homes are taxed much higher then condos & townhouses), parkland, and more. It is also important to note that any zoning changes could lay the groundwork for similar projects in the future.
    • Click here to see the town work session with the developers.
  • Edgemont Incorporation- 
    •  Edgemont Incorporation Committee filed their request to appeal the recent ruling by the Appellate Division, Second Department which deemed Supervisor Feiners rejection of the petition legally sufficient.  That ruling overturned the trial court decision where the EIC had prevailed.  The motion was filed with the Court of Appeals, the highest court in the state, which will now decide if they wish to hear the case.  You can read the filing here.  We will continue to keep you updated on this important story.
    • If you are new to this topic, Click here to see the HNA Presentation on the potential impact of Edgemont Incorporation on the rest of Unincorporated Greenburgh and Hartsdale.
    • Potential Edgemont Incorporation is the topic on everyone’s mind in Hartsdale and Unincorporated Greenburgh. Hartsdale Neighbors Association was first formed in response to Edgemont potentially becoming Greenburgh’s 7th Village.  Confused about villages, towns, town outside village designations? Click here for some background on Hartsdale and the makeup of the Town of Greenburgh.

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