Westchester Municipal Planning Federation
Michaelian Office Building, Room 432, 148 Martine Avenue, White Plains NY 10601, info@wmpf.org
  • Town of New Castle | South Greeley Parking Lot Consolidation

  • Village of Pleasantville | Jacob Burns Film Center/Downtown Revitalization

  • City of White Plains | Druss and Gardella Parks

  • City of Peekskill | Drum Hill Senior Living Community

  • City of Yonkers | Joseph A. Cerrato Park

  • Town of Lewisboro | Oakridge Condominiums

  • Town of Cortlandt | Bear Mountain Road Tollhouse

  • Town of Yorktown | Railroad Station Park

  • City of New Rochelle | Huguenot Children’s Library and Park

  • City of Peekskill | Peekskill Station

  • Village of Dobbs Ferry | Livingston Manor

  • Washingtonville Housing Alliance | Washingtonville Affordable Housing Project

  • City of New Rochelle | 5 Islands Park

  • City of Yonkers | Untermeyer Park

  • City of White Plains | White Plains Beautification Foundation


The Westchester Municipal Planning Federation (WMPF) is offering a $2000 scholarship to a student who is currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate planning program (or a closely-related program such as architecture, landscape architecture, public administration, public policy or geography) and who plans to continue his/her studies in the summer and/or fall of 2018. Strong preference will be given to those students who have lived, worked or studied in Westchester County, New York, or have some other relevant connection to the County.

The application deadline is in May of each year. Please check back here for our 2018 scholarship application coming in late March.

If you have any questions, please email Bonnie Von Ohlsen at bonnie.vonohlsen@kimley-horn.com.

2017 Scholarship Award Recipient Gregory Cutler 

The 2017 Westchester Municipal Planning Federation scholarship was awarded to Gregory Cutler. Greg Cutler received his bachelor’s degree in Geography from Binghamton University and is currently pursuing a Masters in Urban Planning at Hunter College. He has been working in the planning field in Westchester County since 2012. Starting as a part-time GIS technician in the Village of Mamaroneck, and a public housing intern at the Town of Mamaroneck, Greg quickly advanced to the assistant planner position in the Village. He has contributed his time to WMPF as well as to the Hunter Graduate Urban Planning Association. Greg has a strong commitment to planning in Westchester, and the scholarship committee felt that this commitment, in addition to his academic success at Hunter and his community service, made him the best choice for the 2017 scholarship award.