During the early 1980s the Muriel H. Morabito Community Center established itself as a premiere recreational facility offering a variety of activities and programs. Today the Community Center covers nearly ten acres off Westbrook Drive.  Consisting of a handicap accessible playground, Bocce courts and horseshoe pits, the grounds offer amusement for children and adults alike.  An outdoor basketball court was fondly dedicated in memory of Christopher Bisordi on September 18, 1999, by the Town Board.


Local senior citizen clubs gather at the Muriel H. Morabito Community Center, including the Cortlandt, Nor-Cort and Crompond Clubs. The staff provides Town of Cortlandt residents over the age of 60 with various services and programs, including exercise classes and special trips.  To find out more contact the Town of Cortlandt Office of the Aging.


The event rooms at the Community Center are host to the annual Town of Cortlandt Halloween Party and the Canteen Program.  Every week the Town of Cortlandt Recreation Division hosts a canteen where young adults ages 11 to 18 can enjoy activities, including open gym, bumper pool, foosball, basketball and volleyball.

Directions to the Muriel H. Morabito Community Center