John Palmiotto, Director
Ken Sherman, Deputy Director
Town Hall Office #11
1 Heady Street
Cortlandt Manor, NY 10567
Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM
As of Monday, June 22, 2020, you must make an appointment to visit the Town of Cortlandt Recreation Department Office. Please call 914-734-1050 for more information.
Main Line, 914-734-1050
Cancellation Line, 914-734-1053
DRIVE-IN MOVIE NIGHT RESCHEDULED TO SATURDAY, 7/18
Due to the severe weather in the area, the Town of Cortlandt Drive-In Movie Night scheduled for this evening, Saturday, July 11th has been rescheduled to next Saturday, July 18th.
If you are pre-registered for the event, there is no need to re-register. If you cannot make next weeks event, please contact the Town of Cortlandt Recreation Department at firstname.lastname@example.org, so as to make space for more families.
If you are not registered for the event, but would like to be put on the waitlist, please visit www.townofcortlandt.com/reconline.
We apologize for any inconvenience!
COVID-19 RECREATION UPDATES
Click here for more information about the FDR State Park Partnership with the Town of Cortlandt.
CLICK HERE for COVID-19 updates specifically regarding the Town of Cortlandt Recreation Department.
Click here for more information on the NEW Town of Cortlandt Recreation Photo ID Card procedures.
CLICK HERE for stories of how Town of Cortlandt students are being uniquely affected by COVID-19 and how our students may be helping the community while physically out of school. We invite students and community members of Hendrick Hudson School District, Lakeland Central School District, or Croton Harmon Union Free School District to submit their stories.
CLICK HERE for the Town of Cortlandt Recreation Department's Stay At Home Recreation Activities Video Series!
The Town of Cortlandt Recreation Department now accepts registration and payment for programs online! Click on the link above for more information on creating a family account and registering for programs, leagues, and teams.
The Cortlandt Community Coalition is a group of parents, substance abuse counselors, local and county government officials, representatives from state and county police, faith based organizations, educational groups, civic organizations, PTA's, and medical organizations who are focused on reducing underage drinking and drug use by working with community businesses and residents to change adult attitudes and behavior toward this problem.
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