Irvington Green is a Village initiative to build sustainability and resilience in Irvington, New York.

The Irvington Green Policy Task Force (“GPTF”) is a volunteer group of passionate and concerned residents working to mitigate negative environmental impacts in the community and beyond. We educate and inspire village administrators, trustees, residents, businesses, contractors and visitors to make choices that create a more sustainable, regenerative and resilient community.

See current members here.

Join the Team

Are you passionate about creating a sustainable and resilient future for our community? Do you believe in the power of collective action to bring about positive change? We are re-organizing and we need YOU! Join old and new members for a conversation about what we can achieve in 2024 on February 7th, 7pm at the Library. RSVP here and please help us to spread the word. Invite friends! Masks are encouraged. 

In 2024, New York Clean Energy Communities is offering large grants and Irvington is eligilble for as much as $525,000 with achievable tasks on a first come, first serve basis. Help us win funds to finance bigger and bolder work and become a leading environmental community in NY State!

We are looking for people to sign up for a sub-committee or two, attend monthly mixer meetings and contribute to campaigns and policies that will have long lasting impacts on our village. Sub-committees will organize around topics of interest:  Climate, Energy, Land and Waste. Explore IrvingtonGreen.org to get a sense of what falls under these pillars. And come on February 7th for an overview of tasks. 

Volunteers may focus on: