Founded in 1995, the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Local Summit is a volunteer community organization that works to facilitate dialogue and collaboration among government, schools, non-profits, businesses and citizens in order to promote positive change for our tri-municipal community. It does this through its monthly public meetings where issues of local concern are addressed. It also encourages individuals and groups to work on solutions to these issues.
Join Us for Our Next Meeting on March 10:
What is it? What can we do about it? Are we doing it?
- When: Tuesday, March 10, 7:45 - 9:00 am
$8, for breakfast
Census 2020 is coming in March! It is critical that EVERYONE be counted to ensure proper government representation and funding. Participation is easy and SAFE. Please encourage your friends, neighbors, and anyone who works for you to participate!
Volunteers are needed to help at the Census Hubs, located at the Town Center, the Larchmont Public Library, and the Mamaroneck Public Library. Contact Lindsey Luft at the Town of Mamaroneck for more information. (914) 381-8462 or email@example.com.
For more information in English, please click here.
Haga clic aquí para más información en español.
ZERO WASTE: As a follow up from our January 15, 2019 program on Zero Waste, click here for a tip sheet on what you can do to move closer to Zero Waste.
Congratulations to Local Summit Board member Kay Francis Richards for being honored by the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Committee for Human Rights at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration event held on January 9, 2016. She and Clifford Wolf were honored for their outstanding volunteer work exemplifying the Dream.
Missed a recent program? Our "In the News" page has links to press coverage of recent programs. Click here to read about them or watch recordings at LMC-TV Online.