Lewisboro residents age 60 or older are eligible for Westchester County Senior Citizen ID Cards, which bring various benefits. A nominal fee includes the cost of the photograph, and a subscription to Generations, a monthly informational newspaper. The card is a residence permit and entitles the holder to special rates at County-owned parks and recreational facilities (but not the same privileges as the park pass outlined below), reduced fare on the Bee-line bus system (at age 65 or over) and discounts with many merchants. Applications and photographs are taken weekdays from 10 to 4 at the Westchester County Center, 198 Central Avenue, White Plains. You may also apply at the Mobile Department of Senior Programs & Services, when it visits nearby. Call 813-6300 for the most convenient scheduled date and place.

Senior Citizen Park Passes are for eligible county residents over 60. They offer the same privileges as a county park pass. (See Recreation.)

Cards are available at the Ward Pound Ridge Reservation Park Office, every day from 10 to 4. Applicants must be able to prove residency and that they are at least 60 with a driver’s license, Medicare card, or two of the following (for residency): mortgage or lease, utility bill, credit card bill, or town or school district tax receipt. Call 864-7317 for details.