How to Stay Informed in New Castle

How to Stay Informed in New Castle

There are a multitude of options to stay informed about local happenings in New Castle and Mill-wood–from road closures to parades to water main breaks. Below are several of the most popular:

The New Castle Community E-newsletters
The New Castle Community weekly e-newsletters are free and contain reports from both the Town Supervisor and Town Administrator. These weekly newsletters are a great resource for residents to find out about new developments, local events, sports and recreation opportunities, town board meetings etc. Sign-up is available at mynewcastle.org. The e-newsletter is sent via email each Friday.

Code Red
Utilized by the town as a mass communication system in the event of an emergency, Code Red can deliver phone calls, emails and text messages. Code Red covers emer-gencies such as evacuation notices, bio-terrorism alerts, boil water notices and missing child reports.

Nixle
Used by the New Castle Police Department, Nixle enables real-time, two-way communication through text, email, voice messages, social media, and the Nixle mobile app. Text alerts can be sent by simply texting your zip code to 888-777. Nixle texts cover things such as power outages or accident scene information.

New Castle Community Media Center (NCCMC)
NCCMC broadcasts public, government and educational material on six channels on cable and covers zoning board meetings, environmental and architectural review board meetings and even town parades. nccmc.com

Inside Press Magazines, including Inside Chappaqua & Millwood Magazine since 2003, ‘sharing the heart of your community.’ Produces six magazines a year mailed directly to resident homes. All articles are shared online, insidepress.com

Additional Local Media include:

Social Media
On Facebook, follow Chappaqua Moms, Inside Press Magazines, Chappaqua Moms & Dads, Chappaqua Dads, Millwood Moms, New Castle Community Discussions, New Castle Neighbors: Policy & Politics, to keep up with event announcements, breaking news and relevant discussions. Special interest subgroups abound from Chappaqua Moms Sales and Empty Nesters of New Castle to Chappaqua Moms Travel and Buy Nothing/Mount Kisco, Pleasantville and Chappaqua.

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