Stormwater Management

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The Village of Dobbs Ferry is committed to the availability and transmission of educational stormwater information to its residents, contractors working within the Village, and any other interested parties. 

A primary factor of the Village's stormwater management plan is the identification and monitoring of outfalls. An outfall is the discharge point of a waste stream into a body of water; alternatively it may be the outlet of a river, drain or a sewer where it discharges into the sea, a lake or the like. Monitoring outfalls entails the performing of inspections to ensure that anything entering into a larger body of water is clean and free of pollutants. 

On a continuing basis, Village staff will be logging the locations of any identified outfalls. As a private citizen, if you are aware of the location of an outfall, please contact the Superintendent of Public Works, Gary Gardner.  

CleanWater


Contact Information

Gary Gardner - General Foreman, DPW 

(914) 231-8507

ggardner@dobbsferry.com


Helpful Links

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation


Annual Reports