Resources and Other Links of Local Interest
Lewisboro TV - "A Walk Around Waccabuc"
Lewisboro Historian Maureen Koehl takes a walking tour of several historic homes and buildings on Mead Street in Waccabuc. The Waccabuc Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places in July 2015.
Waccabuc Country Club
Formed in 1912, the WCC is a member of WLC, but not directly related to us, except by the historical nature of their clubhouse and grounds, as well as a long history of support. The property occupies a central portion of real estate in the hamlet and is responsible, by nature of being a golf club for over 100 years, of allowing so much open space to have remained undeveloped, thereby helping to preserve the unique quality of life in Waccabuc.
The Town of Lewisboro
The Town’s website as much information that will be useful to any resident, particularly if you are new to the community.
Three Lakes Council
This organization was created in 1970 to lead and coordinate the environmental efforts for the Lake Waccabuc – Lake Oscaleta – Lake Rippowam watershed area.
The Lewisboro Ledger
Owned by the Hersam Acorn publishers, this is Lewisboro’s local news source.
The Lewisboro Library
The library began construction on its long-awaited expansion project on April 2, 2014. The building project is expected to take eight to twelve months to complete. Its temporary location is at the South Salem Presbyterian Church, located at 111 Spring Street in South Salem.
The Katonah-Lewisboro School District
The Lewisboro Land Trust
The Lewisboro Land Trust has helped preserve over 1,000 acres in Lewisboro since its founding in 1994, and now focuses on “linking people with the land” by maintaining the town’s preserves and offering the community many ways to use and enjoy them.
The Lewisboro Answer Book
Everything and anything that you needed to know about Lewisboro is in this publication
The Lewisboro Garden Club
The Lewisboro Garden Club, a non-profit organization, was founded in 1972. This hands-on, work-the-ground, community service club helps promote the art of gardening, aid in conserving natural flora and help beautify public areas within the Town of Lewisboro. Additionally they coordinate Golden Roads, a roadside daffodil beautification initiative. Golden Roads, in its eighth year, encourages homeowners and businesses to plant daffodils along their roadsides. Each fall they plant 4,000 daffodils in public spaces, with over 30,000 daffodil bulbs planted to date along Lewisboro's public roads, at no cost to the town.