Welcome to the

Bronxville Green Committee

Bronxville Strong & Sustainable. Protecting what we love.

The Bronxville Green Committee is a volunteer organization that is part of the Village of Bronxville working to propose and implement environmentally sustainable programs in our community.

Sustainable living requires a big change for all of us, but you don't have to be perfect at it right away. Evaluating your daily activities and making small changes will create habits that soon grow into a lifestyle. We believe every resident and family makes a difference.

Our community programs are what make Bronxville so special!

These programs provide the opportunity for our local government and residents to work together to meet today's environmental challenges. These turn-key solutions and resource are designed to help residents easily implement sustainable living practices in daily life and create positive community change.

Please take a moment to review our programs and get involved one step at a time!


September 2021: Village Approves Amendment to Extend Current Restrictions on Gas-Powered Leaf Blowers

This amendment addresses resident concerns about gas-powered leaf blowers and aligns Bronxville with dozens of other Westchester communities that have extended restrictions. Click here to learn more.

February 2021: Bronxville registers as a NYS Climate Smart Community!

Climate Smart Communities is a NYS program that supports local governments in leading their communities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, adapt to the effects of climate change and thrive in a green economy. Learn more about this important designation and steps we are taking as a community.

Contact Us with any questions, suggestions, and concerns. Please also join our mailing list to get program updates and let us know if you would like to volunteer for any of our programs.

If you have one minute: Sign up to learn more about our residential Food Scrap Recycling program due to launch Fall 2021.

If you have 10 minutes: Enroll in Community Solar!

If you have 15 minutes: Learn about our Pollinator Pathway movement and why it is important to us.