new safe drop-off and pick-up zone
located in the driveway in front of FMS

Following recommendations from the Village’s traffic engineer, the District and the PTSA Traffic Safety Committee have created a new safe drop-off and pick-up zone located in the driveway infront of FMS.

Please use care when using these spaces (marked by “No Parking from 7:30-9:00am and from 2:00-5:00pm” signs), and please be considerate of cars who are exiting the drop-off zone.

Let’s work together to calm traffic around FMS and HHS!

Many thanks,
The PTSA Traffic Committee

Pedestrian Safety: Meeting Update

 At the PTSA’s recent Pedestrian Safety meeting, the Transportation Working Group referenced a list of pedestrian safety measures (i.e., crosswalks and sidewalks) that can be found here.    
A portion of this list can also be found on the Village website here.
The Village should be implementing many of these measures as soon as school lets out.  Parents should feel free to reach out to the following officials if they are concerned with the progress being made:
Contact info for Village roads: 
Contact info for Town of Greenburgh:
Victor Carosi, Commissioner:
Paul Feiner, Town Supervisor:
Contact info for County roads (Warburton Ave and Farragut Ave):
Jim Statini, Superintendent of Road Maintenance:
MaryJane Shimsky, County Legislator and Public Works Chair:
Contact info for State roads (Farragut Parkway and Broadway):
NYSDOT Region 8 (Hudson Valley):
State Sen. Andrea Stewart-Cousins:

Hastings PTSA

The Hastings PTSA is a nonprofit, membership assoc that seeks to bring together the home, school and community on behalf of all children and youth.