The GBHO and residents of the community put pressure on local government in effort to clean up Goldens Bridge. As of August, the blacktop pile along route 22 is now a memory.

The mission of the Goldens Bridge Hamlet Organization is to: preserve the historic and natural beauty of the hamlet, drive initiatives that provide a positive impact for its residents, and work closely with public officials and local merchants to ensure the future progress of Goldens Bridge.



The Lewisboro Planning Board has just announced the date of the public hearing for the proposed Wilder Balter affordable housing development. The public hearing is the community's chance to bring concerns, questions, and comments to the Planning Board. Click here to read the town's Notice of Public Hearing. 

** October 24, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. at Increase Miller Elementary School.*

Our Mission

There's a new sign at the Goldens Bridge train station parking lot. 

Tony Goncalves of the GBHO worked in conjunction with Senator Murphy's office and Brewster Signs to create a sign that was unique to our Hamlet while adhering to MTA guidelines.

The GBHO has a public meeting scheduled on Wed, Oct 4th starting at 7:30PM in the Increase Miller Library. 

Topics to include the proposed Wilder Balter Housing Development and how to shape the potential park that may come to Golden’s Bridge.

Take Action

Please consider donating to the GBHO.

We have done much good work in a short period of time. The trustees continue to diligently move projects along. There are operating costs that the trustees have been covering up to this point.

Thank you for considering a tax deductible donation. No donation is too small!

-The GBHO trustees

The rain on Memorial Day did not stop the Golden's Bridge residents from honoring the servicemen and women who made the ultimate sacrifice. Many thanks to retired US Navy veteran Mr. Bob Sullivan who addressed the crowd, Dr. Simon, a fellow veteran, Annemarie Sant who sang the Star Spangled Banner, WWII veteran Daniel Sant who played several songs on the harmonica, the scouts who laid the wreaths and lowered the flag as well as Cooper who played Taps.

The GBHO trustees are thankful to all of those who volunteered today to make this event move forward in spite of the inclement weather.

Pictured : Annemarie Sant and her father, WWII veteran Daniel Sant.

_Tony, Jim, Mickey, Madeleine, and Jonathan

Send our elected officials a message that 684's noise, pollution, and visual blight impact our quality of life here in Goldens Bridge. Click Here to sign and mail the attached petitions. OR the GBHO will mail out your petition. Drop it off in the mailbox at 14 Green Hill Road.