In accordance with the Centers for Disease Control, the New York State Department of Health’s 12/10/21 “Determination on Indoor Masking” and the concurrent Executive Order from Governor Kathy Hochul, the following procedures shall be followed at all Town of Rye indoor spaces:
Proof of vaccination is a condition of entry to all Town of Rye indoor public areas:
- For those 12 years of age and older, proof of two doses of vaccine is required,
- For those between the ages of 5 and 12, one dose of vaccine is required;
- For those between the ages of 2 and 5, an appropriate face covering is required.
To make an appointment please contact the appropriate department: Appointments will be accepted during regular business hours, Monday through Friday, from 8:30am to 4:00pm
Supervisor's Office: (914) 939-3553
Clerk's Office: (914) 939-3570
Tax Office: (914) 939-3558
Assessment Office: (914) 939-3566
Justice Court: (914) 939-3305
Parks & Rec: (914) 967-1750
A little bit about the Town of Rye...
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, 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.
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