Annual Easter Egg Hunt at Memorial Park
11:00 am-1:00 pm
Hop on Over to the Park
Easter in Memorial Park
Sponsored by the Alps Sweet Shop
March 30 at Memorial Park from 11am to 1pm
Join us for our annual Easter Egg Hunt at Memorial Park. Fun for kids of all ages.
· The egg hunt, ages 0 to 8 years old
· A visit from the Easter Bunny
· Entertainment by Annie and the Natural Wonder Band
· Bicycle and Basket Raffle brought to you by the Alps Sweet Shop
· The annual presentation of the Mayor’s Egg
· Petting Zoo
11:00am to 1:00pm
Two by Two Petting Zoo and Pony Rides
11:15 to 11:45
A visit from the Easter Bunny
11:30am - 0-2 year old Egg Hunt
- 3-4 year old Egg Hunt
-5-6 year old Egg Hunt
11:45am -7-8 year old Egg Hunt
11:45 to 12:30
Annie and the Natural Wonder Band
Presentation of the Mayors Egg
Office of Emergency Management
Statement on Nor’ Eastern Storm Nemo and State of Emergency
February 8, 2013: 6:00 pm
BEACON, NY- As Nor’ Eastern Storm Nemo continues to strengthen, the City ofBeacon Office of Emergency Management is urging all residents to stay in their homes and shelter in place. This storm is capable of producing sustained winds of 10-20miles per hour with gusts in excess of 40 miles per hour along with wind driven snow.Snowfall rates may be in excess of 1-2 inches an hour.
Due to the high winds, excessive snowfall amounts and the possibility of large scale power outages, effective at 8:00 pm tonight Randy Casale, Mayor of the City of Beacon, has declared a State of Emergency until 10:00 am tomorrow (2/9) morning. We need all vehicles to be moved off the city streets to insure that plow trucks and emergency vehicles can get through. Further we ask that all residents stay in the safety of their homes until the storm passes. City of Beacon Emergency Officials are monitoring the situation closely and are prepared to respond. This storm has the potential to produce high winds and when coupled with snowfall amounts in excess of 12-18 inches, trees and limbs are likely to fall taking down power lines with them and resulting in power outages.
City of Beacon Emergency Officials have been contacted by Central Hudson andCentral Hudson has assured us they are actively prepared for the storm response.
Please remember that in the event you find wires down, DO NOT APPROACH ORTOUCH the wires. Keep at least 30 feet away and dial 911.
The City of Beacon Office of Emergency Management has an information line and can be reached at (845) 838-5081 for any updates. This line is for information only! In the event of an emergency, please dial 911. You may also get updates on channel 22 and the web at www.cityofbeacon.org. The Emergency Management staff will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as they become available and necessary.
211-16. Parking prohibited certain hours; penalty.
A. It shall be unlawful to place, park or leave any automobile, truck or other vehicle on any public road or street within the corporate limits of the City of Beacon after any fall or accumulation of snow of two or more inches, between the hours of 9:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. or when parking on said public road or street obstructs the removal of snow, unless such vehicle is at all times attended by a person legally capable of operating said vehicle. All vehicles left parked in violation of this section may be removed at the owner’s expense. There shall be no parking in municipal lots within 24 hours of posting of same by the City Administrator. The violation of this provision shall constitute a violation and shall be punishable by a fine of $100 for the first offense and $250 for the second and subsequent offenses committed within 18 months of the first offense.
WINTER WEATHER CONDITIONS OF HEAVY SNOW AND ICE ALONG WITH STRONG WINDS...MAY AFFECT THE AREA FROM FRIDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH SATURDAYAFTERNOON...BUT ITS LOCATION AND TIMING ARE STILL UNCERTAIN.
BEFORE THE STORM STRIKES...BE PREPARED.
AT HOME OR WORK THE FOLLOWING ITEMS SHOULD TO BE AVAILABLE:
* FLASHLIGHTS AND EXTRA BATTERIES.
* CANNED FOOD AND A MANUAL OPENER...BOTTLED WATER AND ESSENTIAL
* A FIRST AID KIT
* SUFFICIENT HEATING FUEL.
* A WORKING FIRE EXTINGUISHER AND SMOKE ALARM.
* SALT AND SAND.
* A BATTERY POWERED RADIO.
MAKE SURE YOUR PETS HAVE PLENTY OF FOOD...WATER AND SHELTER.
MAKE SURE YOUR VEHICLE IS FULLY CHECKED AND WINTERIZED. CARRY A
WINTER STORM SURVIVAL KIT INCLUDING BLANKETS...CELL PHONE...A
FLASHLIGHT WITH EXTRA BATTERIES...A SHOVEL AND A MAP.
IF YOU BECOME STRANDED IN YOUR VEHICLE...ENSURE THE TAIL PIPE IS
CLEAR...THEN STAY INSIDE...RUN THE ENGINE 10 MINUTES EACH HOUR FOR HEAT...KEEP YOUR WINDOW OPEN TO AVOID CARBON MONOXIDE
POISONING...AND FROM TIME TO TIME EXERCISE BODY PARTS TO KEEP
BLOOD CIRCULATING AND TO KEEP WARM. TIE A COLORED CLOTH TO YOUR
IF CAUGHT OUTSIDE...TRY TO STAY DRY AND COVER EXPOSED BODY PARTS.
Beacon Junior Baseball now registering for 2013 season
The 2013 Beacon Jr. Baseball on-line registration is now open for all age divisions. Please pass the word about using our on-line registration as there is a discount for using it. If you have any questions about the upcoming season, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
*2013 TAX BILLS*
ATTENTION: THE CITY OF BEACON IS AWARE THAT SOME OF ITS CUSTOMERS DIRCETLY RECEIVED THE 2013 TAX BILL INCORRECTLY AS A RESULT OF NOT HAVING HAD THE BANK CODE PRINTED ON THEM. PLEASE BE ASSURED THAT IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO FORWARD THE BILL AS THE BANK IS REPORTEDLY IN POSESSION OF AN ELECTRONIC COPY FOR PROCESSING PURPOSES. THANK YOU AND OUR APOLOGIES FOR ANY CONFUSION.
YMCA Swim Lessons at the Beacon High School Pool
Levels: Parent/Child, Preschool and School Age Children
Winter Session: 2/2, 2/9, 2/23, 3/2, 3/9, 3/16, 3/23 (no class 2/16)
Spring Session: 4/13, 4/20, 4/27, 5/4, 5/11, 5/18, 6/1, 6/8 (no class 5/25)
To register, please mail or fax completed registration form and payment to:
YMCA of Dutchess and Eastern Orange, 377 Broadway, Newburgh, NY 12550
Fax: (845) 562-9172
Please contact: Dorothy Mitchell, Aquatics Director, DMITCHELL@newburghymca.org
The Transfer Station will be CLOSED Saturday from 11:00 - 3:00 p.m.