As an operator of a municipal stormwater system, the Village of Irvington is committed to the distribution of stormwater educational information to its residents, contractors that work in the Village, and other interested parties.
A key component to the Village's stormwater management plan is the identification and monitoring of outfalls. An outfall is the outlet of a drain or a sewer where it discharges into a stream, pond, lake, or river. Monitoring outfalls will involve inspections to ensure that anything entering into a larger water body is clean and free of pollutants
On an ongoing 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 Village Administrator Lawrence S. Schopfer (PDF).
For information about the availability of documents pertaining to the Village of Irvington's stormwater management plan, contact:
Lawrence S. Schopfer
85 Main Street
Irvington, NY 10533
Tel: (914) 591-4358
Additional stormwater information is available from the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation - Division of Water (PDF).
The Village of Irvington is required to prepare an Annual Stormwater Report by June of each year. The following annual reports are available:
- 2003-04 (PDF)
- 2004-05 (PDF)
- 2005-06 (PDF)
- 2006-07 (PDF)
- 2007-08 (PDF)
- 2008-09 (PDF)
- 2009-10 (PDF)
- 2010-11 (PDF)
- 2011-12 (PDF)
- 2012-13 (PDF)
- 2013-14 (PDF)
- 2014-15 (PDF)
- 2015-16 (PDF)
- 2016-17 (PDF)
- 2017-18 (PDF)
- 2018-19 (PDF)
- Village-wide Flood Study (PDF) - 2011
- Review of School District High School / Middle School Campus Drainage Study (PDF) - 2008
Town of Greenburgh All-Hazards Mitigation Plan
The Town of Greenburgh, through the Greenburgh Police Department, is leading the creation of a Comprehensive All-Hazards Mitigation Plan for the Town and six Villages (Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Elmsford, Hastings-on-Hudson, Irvington and Tarrytown).
The creation of this plan will help the area to better prepare for and withstand hazardous events and disasters, and allow the Town and participating Villages to be eligible for future mitigation funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Project funding would be available for both public and private property.
The Draft All-Hazards Mitigation Plan has been submitted to the NYS Office of Emergency Management for their review. The public is encouraged to review and comment on this draft prior to the Plan being finalized and submitted to FEMA for their approval. The Executive Summary and the Irvington-specific chapter of the Plan are available in hard copy for review in the Village Clerk's Office at Village Hall, 85 Main Street.