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Additional Croton Facilities Opened - Update
Village of Croton-on-Hudson E-Notice

Based on a review and tour of all Village facilities, this morning, Friday, September 2, 2011, the Village has decided to open the following facilities as of 3 pm today:

Open as of 3pm Friday, September 2, 2011

Echo Canoe and Boat Launch – at South end of Croton-Harmon Train Station
Kaplans Pond
Senasqua Park

Due to damage sustained during Tropical Storm Irene, and the subsequent extreme high water conditions in the Croton River, the following Village facilities remain closed for the duration of the Labor Day Weekend through Tuesday September 6, 2011:

Closed due to Storm Damage

Silver Lake Beach and Recreation Area – beach under water and unsafe swimming conditions
Mayo’s Landing – deep erosion gullies on access slope and unsafe water swimming conditions
Black Rock Park and Dog Park – extreme high water conditions, sink holes and heavy surface erosion, unstable shoreline conditions, and dog park fencing has been partially uprooted and damaged

The Village has made as many repairs as possible to open as many facilities as possible before the holiday weekend.  As a result 15 of our 18 public recreational facilities are open for your enjoyment this weekend.

Facilities Now Open as of September 2, 2011 at 3pm:

Croton Landing Park, Boat Launch and Field
Croton Sailing School
Dobbs Park Ballfield and Playground
Duck Pond Field, Playground, and Park
Echo Canoe Boat Launch
Elliott Way
Fireman's Field
Harrison Street Playground
Kaplans Pond
Manes Field
Pedestrian Bridge over Route 9
Senasqua Boat Basin
Senasqua Park
Sunset Street Playground
Village Trail System

We thank you for your patience as we recover from Tropical Storm Irene.