== Girls softball registration for 2nd to 8th grade registratin days: February 12 from 6 to 8pm and February 18 from 6 to 9pm at Village Hall. Click Recreation for Forms. == If your power goes out, DO NOT assume that O&R knows about it. Contact them immediately to let them know. The way that O&R works is the more people they hear from in a given area, the higher priority that area becomes.There are several ways you can report outages and check service restoration status: 1) Go to www.oru.com from any computer or web-enabled mobile device; 2) Use the O&R mobile app from your iphone, iPad or Android device; 3)Text “OUT” to 69678 (myORU); or 4)Call Customer Assistance at 1-877-434-4100 == Take the plunge! Winter Carnival and new Polar Bear Plunge tyo take place Feb 13-15, 2015 at Breezy Point Inn!== Please click on the Public Notice, below, for info about the important Water Meter Upgrade Project. Available to residents at NO COST. Get the details and make your reservations ASAP. ==
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Public Notices

Important Public Notice

Saks Metering has been contracted by the Village of Greenwood Lake to conduct a village-wide water meter upgrade project, at NO COST to residents. Saks Plumbing will be starting this week with door hangers for people to call and make MANDATORY arrangements for water meter cap replacement. Click the link to get all the details and make your reservation without delay.Click here>>

Historical Greenwood Lake: Destination for celebrities

Relive Greenwood Lake's remarkable history (ca. 1800s) ...the majestic hotels, steamboats and railroad that were an important part of its past, and the celebrities who once made Greenwood Lake their summer paradise.

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A Popular Venue for Hollywood

During the final season of HBO's Soprano's the "lake scene" was shot here; the summer of 2011, however, will always be remembered for the film "The Magic of Belle Isle" starring Morgan Freeman, under the direction of Rob Reiner. Filmed on location in Greenwood Lake!

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Hudson Valley Jazz Festival

The Village of Greenwood Lake is one of the venues for The Hudson Valley Jazz Festival, made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a re-grant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and is administered by the Arts in Orange.

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