Supervisor Gary J. Zuckerman
Welcome to the web site for the Town of Rye, Westchester County, New York.
The Town of Rye, founded in 1660, consists of more than seven square miles with a population of over 45,000 people. It encompasses the Villages of Port Chester and Rye Brook and the Rye Neck section of the Village of Mamaroneck. There are four school districts located in our Town: Blind Brook, Port Chester, Rye Neck, and a small portion of Harrison. The responsibilities of the Town include real property assessment and tax collection for our constituent villages and school districts. We maintain vital records for the Town through our Clerk’s Office and operate a Justice Court. The Town is responsible for the operation and maintenance of Crawford Park and, through the Rye Town Park Commission, Rye Town Park/Oakland Beach. The Town is also responsible for the maintenance of several bridges and cemeteries in Rye Neck.
The Town of Rye has moved its offices from
10 Pearl Street to
222 Grace Church Street, 3rd Floor, Port Chester, NY 10573.
The main telephone line remains (914) 939-3075. All email addresses remain the same.
The office hours of operation:
Monday - Friday
8:30a.m - 4:00 p.m
Rye Town Park Commission
When: December 20, 2016
at 6:00 p.m
Where: Port Chester Court House
350 N. Main Street
Rye Town Council
When: December 6, 2016
at 6:00 p.m
Where: Port Chester Conference Room 1st Fl
222 Grace Church Street
2017 Budget Workshop
Music at Crawford Park Mansion
Click the link for date, time, and more information!
SUEZ Water Company has
WATER SUPPLY EMERGENCY and has issued a
MANDATORY BAN ON OUTDOOR IRRIGATION AND SPRINKLER SYSTEMS.
Please turn off your sprinkler systems and refrain from using them again until the ban is lifted.
Handheld hose watering is permitted.
The local reservoir that supplies our community's drinking water is down by about 60% of capacity, due to a lack of rain, and increased water usage demand.
This reservoir is located alongside the Merritt Parkway (right side) around the curve by exit 29, where you can see it is very low.
Suez is implementing short- and long- term system improvements in our area so this can be avoided in the future.
We appreciate your cooperation.
United Way 2-1-1 Regional Out Reach and Emergency Services Director
Click the green link below for further information
United Way's 2-1-1 website has added an online database designed to provide easy searches for Hudson Valley residents seeking disability resources, both intellectual and developmental.
Click the button below to watch the meetings live!
RYE TOWN PARK HAS BEEN SELECTED FOR THE NYU WAGNER CAPSTONE PROGRAM! CLICK ON THE PRESS RELEASE BELOW FOR THE FULL DOCUMENT
Click here to open the Crawford Park Pavilion Bid Package
Westchester Community Development Block Grant for Crawford Park
Click here to view the application.
Rye Town Park
Month Of November 2016
Town of Rye Council Meeting
Month of November 2016