VACCINE POP-UP - COVID-19 - TARRYTOWN/SLEEPY HOLLOW - REGISTRATION OPEN
Vaccine Pop-up March 20/April 17 - Sleepy Hollow High School
As of 3/6 at 8am, There are still many appointments available for the pop-up clinic. We also need to build a wait list for cancelations and no shows. In total 500 appointments are available. We will begin calling to confirm appointments mid day Monday.
The Villages of Tarrytown & Sleepy Hollow are partnering with the Tarrytown School District & Rite Aid to host a pop-up vaccination clinic for those who are 65 or older on Saturday, March 20, 2021 at the Sleepy Hollow Middle School Gymnasium located at 210 North Broadway, Sleepy Hollow NY 8 am – 6 pm. Rite Aid will be administering the Moderna vaccine, and the second dose will be scheduled for Saturday, April 17th, 8am-6pm. The Villages of Tarrytown & Sleepy Hollow thank the School District for their partnership in this event to allow us to better jointly provide our residents the vaccine and we thank Rite Aid for their contribution of vaccines.
If you are 65 or older and interested in receiving the vaccine at the Tarrytown pop-up clinic, please fill out your information in this registration form. A member of Tarrytown staff will contact you to schedule an appointment via phone or email. Capacity is limited, so please register your interest as soon as possible.
The COVID-19 vaccine pop-up clinic in Tarrytown/Sleepy Hollow will be based on appointments only. If you do not have an appointment, you will NOT be able to receive the vaccine. You must be available for both appointments - on March 20th and on April 17th - in order to register. Filling out this registration form DOES NOT guarantee you an appointment. Capacity is limited for this pop-up clinic. You will only be contacted if given an appointment. Tarrytown or Sleepy Hollow will contact you if able to schedule an appointment.
Requirements for participating in the pop-up clinic:
• You must be 65 or older & a New York Resident. Unfortunately, Rite Aid is only able to administer vaccines to those OVER the age of 65 at this time.
• You will need to bring your driver's license or other form of government-issued identification proving your date of birth.
• You will need to bring your insurance or Medicare card. If you do not have insurance, a photo id/proof of age is necessary.
We ask that you complete this ahead of time. Instructions will be provided when we call to make an appointment.
Please help us get the word out to our seniors. If you know someone age 65 or older who would like to receive the vaccine and has not been able to secure an appointment, have them fill out this form
DEADLINE TO REGISTER: MARCH 8, 2021 – 730AM
ONCE REGISTERED MORE INFORMATION WILL BE PROVIDED INCLUDING PARKING ARRANGEMENTS, DAY OF DETAILS & TIPS/TRICKS
We need approximately 30 volunteers spread out over two to three 3-4 hour shifts to help run the site. Please email Josh Ringel, Assistant Village Administrator firstname.lastname@example.org if you have interest in volunteering. Shifts will be as follows – 7am-11am; 11am – 3pm; 3pm – close. You can also volunteer for all shifts (entire day). Please indicate if you have a preference in your email, but all shifts will need to be filled. Read more
Covid cases are increasing in Westchester County at a rapid pace. In order to safeguard the health of Ardsley residents and municipal employees and volunteers, Village Hall and Community Center will return to restricted public access effective Monday, November 23rd.
Village staff will continue working in Village Hall and Community Center during this time but both facilities will be closed to the public. All transactions other than emergencies and court matters will be handled by phone and email. The entrance to Village Hall on Ashford Avenue will remain open so that the public can have access to the main vestibule to drop off documents in designated drop boxes. The documents will NOT be handled by staff immediately. You are welcome to drop off payments, applications, plans, and all other documents in the appropriate drop boxes and we will respond, as necessary, as soon as possible. Court remains open.
There will be access to the Police Department for police matters but the public is encouraged to call the Police Desk rather that coming in person if possible, to deal with non-emergency issues.
Effective immediately, our Library browsing hours will be suspended.
The Library will remain open for curbside pick-up ONLY until further notice.
Important Phone Numbers:
Village Hall: (914) 693-1550
Police Desk Non-Emergency: (914) 693-1700
Court: (914) 693-1703
Meredith S. Robson