Mayor Mike Spano serves as the 42nd Mayor of Yonkers. A lifelong Yonkers resident, husband and father, Mayor Spano has dedicated his life to standing up for Yonkers families. Sign-up for our Newsletter
In observance of Independence Day, the City of Yonkers DPW Organic Yard (610 Nepperhan Avenue) and the Recycling Center (735 Saw Mill River Road) will be CLOSED on Friday, July 3rd and Saturday, July 4th and will re-open on Monday, July 6th.
Mayor Mike Spano today swore in Lakisha Collins-Bellamy as his newest appointment to the Yonkers Board of Education. As trustee of the Yonkers Board of Education, Collins-Bellamy will join eight other members of the Board, which is the official policy making body of the School District.
As part of the City of Yonkers’ upgrade to Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI), Mayor Mike Spano today launched its WaterSmart program which aims at helping Yonkers residents, commercial customers and property owners track their water usage, receive notifications for possible leaks, view and pay
Yonkers Mayor Spano today announced the City’s Department of Public Works will provide a mobile hard drive shredder for Yonkers residents to use to help them fight against security breaches and prevent liability, fraud, identity theft, even corporate espionage