Josh Ringel Leaving Scarsdale for Tarrytown

RingelJosh Ringel, Assistant to the Scarsdale Village Manager, is moving on and up. Ringel has served Scarsdale since 2015 and announced this week that he has accepted a position as Assistant Village Administrator in Tarrytown, starting in late July.

Ringel is a well-liked and respected member of the Village team. He recently worked on improved parking for residents and merchants in the Village and the implementation of new LPR technology for parking enforcement.

Good luck to Josh in his new role – he will be missed at Scarsdale Village Hall.

Here is the announcement of his move from the Village of Tarrytown:

The Village of Tarrytown announced that Joshua Ringel has been selected and appointed as the new Assistant Village Administrator.

The Village reviewed applications from 20 candidates and interviewed 6 highly qualified professionals, who had direct experience in local municipal government administration.

Mr. Ringel will assist the Village Administrator’s Office in overseeing the daily operations of the Village and Village Departments, and will help with a myriad of grants and improvement projects being addressed and coordinated by the Village.

Josh Ringel is a life-long resident of Westchester County, spending the formative years of his life in Hastings-on-Hudson. He is a graduate of the University of Albany, where he earned his B.A. in Public Policy and his Master’s in Public Administration at the Rockefeller School of Government. Previously, he was the Assistant to the Village Manager for the Village of Scarsdale for four years. As Assistant to the Village Manager, he played a key role in village operations including grant administration, traffic safety, improving parking management, planning and managing special events, and much more.

The Village is looking forward to working with Mr. Ringel on many projects and initiatives. He will be starting work in the Village in late July 2019.