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The Bronx River Parkway Reservation Conservancy is an advocate for the protection and preservation of the nation's first public parkway. With a speed limit of 40 miles per hour, the parkway was built exclusively for automobile use... albeit those of another era.

Today it serves the county well as an important transportation link. The Reservation is a defining geography and unifying factor along its 12.5 miles from the Bronx border to Kensico Dam. It provides much-needed and much-used greenspace, passing through densely populated urban areas like Yonkers, Mount Vernon and White Plains, as well as the hamlets, villages and towns of Bronxville, Tuckahoe, Crestwood, Eastchester, Scarsdale and Hartsdale.

Bicycle Sunday

The Bronx River Parkway Reservation Conservancy links concerned citizens with the Westchester County government, which owns and maintains the road, pathway and extraordinary parkland that was landscaped over 80 years ago. The river which travels through Westchester and the Bronx to Long Island Sound is currently the subject of major regional water-quality and environmental initiatives.

In recognition of the intact historic character of the Reservation, its 10 northernmost miles were listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.  It was designated a New York State Scenic Byway in 1995.


The Bronx River Parkway Reservation Conservancy is a member-based non-profit organization which was founded in 1997 and is dedicated to supporting the County of Westchester in its stewardship of the Bronx River Parkway Reservation.

The Conservancy is an advocate for the protection and preservation of the unique multi-faceted character of the Reservation, a park listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

It provides volunteers and funding for projects that enhance the Reservation's natural beauty, contributes to the quality of its environment and educates the public about its historic nature.

Please join us for our Annual Meeting 2014

Wednesday, May 21

6pm - 7:30 pm

The Scott Room at Scarsdale Public Library   

54 Olmsted Road, Scarsdale 

After a brief business meeting we will view the beautifully produced film "The Lost Village of Kensico and the Building of the Kensico Dam." The film is the result of the remarkable work of the members of the North Castle Historical Society,  coordinated by Barbara Massi, Society charter member and trustee.


Last Vinecutter Event for spring 2014:   

5/18  10 am -2 pm during Bicycle Sunday.  Assemble on the Parkway at Exit 4, Scarsdale Road.  More information is posted on, so please check it out!