North Barry Avenue Extension Bridge

This bridge, which is located on North Barry Avenue is in remarkably good condition due to the regular maintenance provided by the Village of Mamaroneck.

Continental Manor Foot Bridge

In 2007 a severe rainstorm badly damaged the Continental Manor Foot Bridge.This led to the eventual replacement of the bridge in 2009. Since then there have also been repairs to the northwest abutment and regular painting and maintenance done on the bridge.

Short Street Bridge

The Short Street Bridge, which crosses the Beaver Swamp Brook is true to its name. IT is a very small bridge that has required very few repairs. The Town and the Village of Mamaroneck hopes to keep it that way by performing regular maintenance on the bridge.  

South Barry Avenue Bridge traversing Otter Creek

This bridge, which spans over Otter Creek was replaced approximately twelve years ago. Since then the wing walls and railings have also been repaired making the bridge safe for pedestrian crossings. The town continues to keep a close eye on this bridge to make sure that it functions well for the residents it serves.

South Barry Avenue Bridge traversing Guion Creek

This bridge, which spans over Guion Creek has undergone small structural and cosmetic repairs over the past decade. The west wing wall and sidewalk have been repaired making it safer for pedestrians to cross. The Town continues to provide regular maintenance on the  bridge to make sure that it stays safe and secure for all residents.

Hillside Avenue Bridge

Built in 1936 the Hillside Avenue Bridge has served its time . Luckily a replacement bridge is on the horizon due to The New York State Department of Transportation $2,850,000 dollar grant which was awarded to help replace this aging bridge.The grant is part of a state initiative called BRIDGE NY which  provides money to help repair bridges across the state. In order to obtain the grant. The Village of Mamaroneck, Town of Mamaroneck and Town of Rye all worked together in conjunction with state and federal officials, in a showing of great inter-municipality collaboration.

Jefferson Avenue Bridge

After over 80 years of use the Jefferson Avenue Bridge was replaced in 2014. The new bridge, which contains wide sidewalks and a new stop signs is measurably safer for both drivers and pedestrians. The construction of the bridge is an important part of the  fight to end flooding in Mamaroneck. It’s widened span and lack of central bridge abutment is helping increase the water flow in the Mamaroneck River. These changes to the water flow will allow for future projects to help mitigate flooding in the Village. Part of the construction costs on the new bridge were deferred due to a $400,000 grant awarded by the state Dormitory Agency.

North Barry Avenue Extension Bridge

This bridge, which is located on North Barry Avenue is in remarkably good condition due to the regular maintenance provided by the Village of Mamaroneck.

Continental Manor Foot Bridge

In 2007 a severe rainstorm badly damaged the Continental Manor Foot Bridge.This led to the eventual replacement of the bridge in 2009. Since then there have also been repairs to the northwest abutment and regular painting and maintenance done on the bridge.

Short Street Bridge

The Short Street Bridge, which crosses the Beaver Swamp Brook is true to its name. IT is a very small bridge that has required very few repairs. The Town and the Village of Mamaroneck hopes to keep it that way by performing regular maintenance on the bridge.  

South Barry Avenue Bridge traversing Otter Creek

This bridge, which spans over Otter Creek was replaced approximately twelve years ago. Since then the wing walls and railings have also been repaired making the bridge safe for pedestrian crossings. The town continues to keep a close eye on this bridge to make sure that it functions well for the residents it serves.

South Barry Avenue Bridge traversing Guion Creek

This bridge, which spans over Guion Creek has undergone small structural and cosmetic repairs over the past decade. The west wing wall and sidewalk have been repaired making it safer for pedestrians to cross. The Town continues to provide regular maintenance on the  bridge to make sure that it stays safe and secure for all residents.

Hillside Avenue Bridge

Built in 1936 the Hillside Avenue Bridge has served its time . Luckily a replacement bridge is on the horizon due to The New York State Department of Transportation $2,850,000 dollar grant which was awarded to help replace this aging bridge.The grant is part of a state initiative called BRIDGE NY which  provides money to help repair bridges across the state. In order to obtain the grant. The Village of Mamaroneck, Town of Mamaroneck and Town of Rye all worked together in conjunction with state and federal officials, in a showing of great inter-municipality collaboration.

Jefferson Avenue Bridge

After over 80 years of use the Jefferson Avenue Bridge was replaced in 2014. The new bridge, which contains wide sidewalks and a new stop signs is measurably safer for both drivers and pedestrians. The construction of the bridge is an important part of the  fight to end flooding in Mamaroneck. It’s widened span and lack of central bridge abutment is helping increase the water flow in the Mamaroneck River. These changes to the water flow will allow for future projects to help mitigate flooding in the Village. Part of the construction costs on the new bridge were deferred due to a $400,000 grant awarded by the state Dormitory Agency.

North Barry Avenue Extension Bridge

This bridge, which is located on North Barry Avenue is in remarkably good condition due to the regular maintenance provided by the Village of Mamaroneck.

Continental Manor Foot Bridge

In 2007 a severe rainstorm badly damaged the Continental Manor Foot Bridge.This led to the eventual replacement of the bridge in 2009. Since then there have also been repairs to the northwest abutment and regular painting and maintenance done on the bridge.

Short Street Bridge

The Short Street Bridge, which crosses the Beaver Swamp Brook is true to its name. IT is a very small bridge that has required very few repairs. The Town and the Village of Mamaroneck hopes to keep it that way by performing regular maintenance on the bridge.  

South Barry Avenue Bridge traversing Otter Creek

This bridge, which spans over Otter Creek was replaced approximately twelve years ago. Since then the wing walls and railings have also been repaired making the bridge safe for pedestrian crossings. The town continues to keep a close eye on this bridge to make sure that it functions well for the residents it serves.

South Barry Avenue Bridge traversing Guion Creek

This bridge, which spans over Guion Creek has undergone small structural and cosmetic repairs over the past decade. The west wing wall and sidewalk have been repaired making it safer for pedestrians to cross. The Town continues to provide regular maintenance on the  bridge to make sure that it stays safe and secure for all residents.

Hillside Avenue Bridge

Built in 1936 the Hillside Avenue Bridge has served its time . Luckily a replacement bridge is on the horizon due to The New York State Department of Transportation $2,850,000 dollar grant which was awarded to help replace this aging bridge.The grant is part of a state initiative called BRIDGE NY which  provides money to help repair bridges across the state. In order to obtain the grant. The Village of Mamaroneck, Town of Mamaroneck and Town of Rye all worked together in conjunction with state and federal officials, in a showing of great inter-municipality collaboration.

Jefferson Avenue Bridge

After over 80 years of use the Jefferson Avenue Bridge was replaced in 2014. The new bridge, which contains wide sidewalks and a new stop signs is measurably safer for both drivers and pedestrians. The construction of the bridge is an important part of the  fight to end flooding in Mamaroneck. It’s widened span and lack of central bridge abutment is helping increase the water flow in the Mamaroneck River. These changes to the water flow will allow for future projects to help mitigate flooding in the Village. Part of the construction costs on the new bridge were deferred due to a $400,000 grant awarded by the state Dormitory Agency.

North Barry Avenue Extension Bridge

This bridge, which is located on North Barry Avenue is in remarkably good condition due to the regular maintenance provided by the Village of Mamaroneck.

Continental Manor Foot Bridge

In 2007 a severe rainstorm badly damaged the Continental Manor Foot Bridge.This led to the eventual replacement of the bridge in 2009. Since then there have also been repairs to the northwest abutment and regular painting and maintenance done on the bridge.

Short Street Bridge

The Short Street Bridge, which crosses the Beaver Swamp Brook is true to its name. IT is a very small bridge that has required very few repairs. The Town and the Village of Mamaroneck hopes to keep it that way by performing regular maintenance on the bridge.  

South Barry Avenue Bridge traversing Otter Creek

This bridge, which spans over Otter Creek was replaced approximately twelve years ago. Since then the wing walls and railings have also been repaired making the bridge safe for pedestrian crossings. The town continues to keep a close eye on this bridge to make sure that it functions well for the residents it serves.

South Barry Avenue Bridge traversing Guion Creek

This bridge, which spans over Guion Creek has undergone small structural and cosmetic repairs over the past decade. The west wing wall and sidewalk have been repaired making it safer for pedestrians to cross. The Town continues to provide regular maintenance on the  bridge to make sure that it stays safe and secure for all residents.

Hillside Avenue Bridge

Built in 1936 the Hillside Avenue Bridge has served its time . Luckily a replacement bridge is on the horizon due to The New York State Department of Transportation $2,850,000 dollar grant which was awarded to help replace this aging bridge.The grant is part of a state initiative called BRIDGE NY which  provides money to help repair bridges across the state. In order to obtain the grant. The Village of Mamaroneck, Town of Mamaroneck and Town of Rye all worked together in conjunction with state and federal officials, in a showing of great inter-municipality collaboration.

Jefferson Avenue Bridge

After over 80 years of use the Jefferson Avenue Bridge was replaced in 2014. The new bridge, which contains wide sidewalks and a new stop signs is measurably safer for both drivers and pedestrians. The construction of the bridge is an important part of the  fight to end flooding in Mamaroneck. It’s widened span and lack of central bridge abutment is helping increase the water flow in the Mamaroneck River. These changes to the water flow will allow for future projects to help mitigate flooding in the Village. Part of the construction costs on the new bridge were deferred due to a $400,000 grant awarded by the state Dormitory Agency.

North Barry Avenue Extension Bridge

This bridge, which is located on North Barry Avenue is in remarkably good condition due to the regular maintenance provided by the Village of Mamaroneck.

Continental Manor Foot Bridge

In 2007 a severe rainstorm badly damaged the Continental Manor Foot Bridge.This led to the eventual replacement of the bridge in 2009. Since then there have also been repairs to the northwest abutment and regular painting and maintenance done on the bridge.

Short Street Bridge

The Short Street Bridge, which crosses the Beaver Swamp Brook is true to its name. IT is a very small bridge that has required very few repairs. The Town and the Village of Mamaroneck hopes to keep it that way by performing regular maintenance on the bridge.  

South Barry Avenue Bridge traversing Otter Creek

This bridge, which spans over Otter Creek was replaced approximately twelve years ago. Since then the wing walls and railings have also been repaired making the bridge safe for pedestrian crossings. The town continues to keep a close eye on this bridge to make sure that it functions well for the residents it serves.

South Barry Avenue Bridge traversing Guion Creek

This bridge, which spans over Guion Creek has undergone small structural and cosmetic repairs over the past decade. The west wing wall and sidewalk have been repaired making it safer for pedestrians to cross. The Town continues to provide regular maintenance on the  bridge to make sure that it stays safe and secure for all residents.

Hillside Avenue Bridge

Built in 1936 the Hillside Avenue Bridge has served its time . Luckily a replacement bridge is on the horizon due to The New York State Department of Transportation $2,850,000 dollar grant which was awarded to help replace this aging bridge.The grant is part of a state initiative called BRIDGE NY which  provides money to help repair bridges across the state. In order to obtain the grant. The Village of Mamaroneck, Town of Mamaroneck and Town of Rye all worked together in conjunction with state and federal officials, in a showing of great inter-municipality collaboration.

Jefferson Avenue Bridge

After over 80 years of use the Jefferson Avenue Bridge was replaced in 2014. The new bridge, which contains wide sidewalks and a new stop signs is measurably safer for both drivers and pedestrians. The construction of the bridge is an important part of the  fight to end flooding in Mamaroneck. It’s widened span and lack of central bridge abutment is helping increase the water flow in the Mamaroneck River. These changes to the water flow will allow for future projects to help mitigate flooding in the Village. Part of the construction costs on the new bridge were deferred due to a $400,000 grant awarded by the state Dormitory Agency.

North Barry Avenue Extension Bridge

This bridge, which is located on North Barry Avenue is in remarkably good condition due to the regular maintenance provided by the Village of Mamaroneck.

Continental Manor Foot Bridge

In 2007 a severe rainstorm badly damaged the Continental Manor Foot Bridge.This led to the eventual replacement of the bridge in 2009. Since then there have also been repairs to the northwest abutment and regular painting and maintenance done on the bridge.

Short Street Bridge

The Short Street Bridge, which crosses the Beaver Swamp Brook is true to its name. IT is a very small bridge that has required very few repairs. The Town and the Village of Mamaroneck hopes to keep it that way by performing regular maintenance on the bridge.  

South Barry Avenue Bridge traversing Otter Creek

This bridge, which spans over Otter Creek was replaced approximately twelve years ago. Since then the wing walls and railings have also been repaired making the bridge safe for pedestrian crossings. The town continues to keep a close eye on this bridge to make sure that it functions well for the residents it serves.

South Barry Avenue Bridge traversing Guion Creek

This bridge, which spans over Guion Creek has undergone small structural and cosmetic repairs over the past decade. The west wing wall and sidewalk have been repaired making it safer for pedestrians to cross. The Town continues to provide regular maintenance on the  bridge to make sure that it stays safe and secure for all residents.

Hillside Avenue Bridge

Built in 1936 the Hillside Avenue Bridge has served its time . Luckily a replacement bridge is on the horizon due to The New York State Department of Transportation $2,850,000 dollar grant which was awarded to help replace this aging bridge.The grant is part of a state initiative called BRIDGE NY which  provides money to help repair bridges across the state. In order to obtain the grant. The Village of Mamaroneck, Town of Mamaroneck and Town of Rye all worked together in conjunction with state and federal officials, in a showing of great inter-municipality collaboration.

Jefferson Avenue Bridge

After over 80 years of use the Jefferson Avenue Bridge was replaced in 2014. The new bridge, which contains wide sidewalks and a new stop signs is measurably safer for both drivers and pedestrians. The construction of the bridge is an important part of the  fight to end flooding in Mamaroneck. It’s widened span and lack of central bridge abutment is helping increase the water flow in the Mamaroneck River. These changes to the water flow will allow for future projects to help mitigate flooding in the Village. Part of the construction costs on the new bridge were deferred due to a $400,000 grant awarded by the state Dormitory Agency.

North Barry Avenue Extension Bridge

This bridge, which is located on North Barry Avenue is in remarkably good condition due to the regular maintenance provided by the Village of Mamaroneck.

Continental Manor Foot Bridge

In 2007 a severe rainstorm badly damaged the Continental Manor Foot Bridge.This led to the eventual replacement of the bridge in 2009. Since then there have also been repairs to the northwest abutment and regular painting and maintenance done on the bridge.

Short Street Bridge

The Short Street Bridge, which crosses the Beaver Swamp Brook is true to its name. IT is a very small bridge that has required very few repairs. The Town and the Village of Mamaroneck hopes to keep it that way by performing regular maintenance on the bridge.  

South Barry Avenue Bridge traversing Otter Creek

This bridge, which spans over Otter Creek was replaced approximately twelve years ago. Since then the wing walls and railings have also been repaired making the bridge safe for pedestrian crossings. The town continues to keep a close eye on this bridge to make sure that it functions well for the residents it serves.

South Barry Avenue Bridge traversing Guion Creek

This bridge, which spans over Guion Creek has undergone small structural and cosmetic repairs over the past decade. The west wing wall and sidewalk have been repaired making it safer for pedestrians to cross. The Town continues to provide regular maintenance on the  bridge to make sure that it stays safe and secure for all residents.

Hillside Avenue Bridge

Built in 1936 the Hillside Avenue Bridge has served its time . Luckily a replacement bridge is on the horizon due to The New York State Department of Transportation $2,850,000 dollar grant which was awarded to help replace this aging bridge.The grant is part of a state initiative called BRIDGE NY which  provides money to help repair bridges across the state. In order to obtain the grant. The Village of Mamaroneck, Town of Mamaroneck and Town of Rye all worked together in conjunction with state and federal officials, in a showing of great inter-municipality collaboration.

Jefferson Avenue Bridge

After over 80 years of use the Jefferson Avenue Bridge was replaced in 2014. The new bridge, which contains wide sidewalks and a new stop signs is measurably safer for both drivers and pedestrians. The construction of the bridge is an important part of the  fight to end flooding in Mamaroneck. It’s widened span and lack of central bridge abutment is helping increase the water flow in the Mamaroneck River. These changes to the water flow will allow for future projects to help mitigate flooding in the Village. Part of the construction costs on the new bridge were deferred due to a $400,000 grant awarded by the state Dormitory Agency.