Rye Town Park sits on the Long Island Sound, just south of Playland Park. The pavilions offer scenic views both day and night with an added bonus of Fireworks on Friday nights, beginning after 4th of July! The Pavilions and beach grills are avilable to rent seven days a week, except for major holidays.
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Assessment Department: (914) 939-3566
Supervisors Office: (914) 939-3553
Contact: Court Clerk Anne Capeci
Phone: (914) 939-3305
Please call the office of the Court Clerk in advance before coming in person.
Please note that this office DOES NOT collect taxes. Please contact the RECEIVER OF TAXES (914-939-3558) for taxes and tax billing information, including when taxes are due.
The Assessor is the official who estimates the value of real property, which is converted into an assessment (one component in the calculation of real property taxes).
It is the responsibility of the Assessor to maintain a fair and equitable assessment roll, the document which lists all properties and their assessments within an assessing district. It also lists a property's exemption(s), if any.
The assessment office processes all exemption applications, including basic STAR (School Tax Relief), Enhanced STAR, Senior Citizen, Veterans, Persons with Disabilities, Non-Profits, Clergy, etc. For more information, please see the Exemptions tab.
For more information about the job of the Assessor, please visit the NY State Department of Taxation and Finance's 11-minute YouTube video entitled, "The Job of an Assessor." Their 4-minute video, "About Property Taxes and Assessments," provides a good overview of property taxes and assessments. (links below)
The current assessment roll is available for public review and can be found on the Town's Home Page, as well as in the Assessor's office. Links to a copy of the current assessment roll can be found in the Assessment Rolls tab on these Assessor webpages.
NYS Tax Dept:
The Job of an Assessor (11 minute video)
About Property Taxes & Assessments ( 4 minute video)
MAY 1st - Taxable Status Date / Exemption Filing Deadline
JULY 1st (of prior year) - Valuation Date (for example, July 1, 2013 is the Valuation Date for the 2014 assessment roll)
JUNE 1st - Tentative Assessment Roll Published
3rd TUESDAY IN JUNE - Grievance Day
SEPTEMBER 15TH - Final Assessment Roll Published
For a more detailed explanation of the above dates and important events in the annual real property assessment cycle, please visit the NYS Department of Tax and Finance's,
Parking and Beach Access Fees For Rye Town Park
The park and beach are open to the general public. You don’t have to be a resident to use the park. Persons can pay on a daily basis or purchase season permits, which provide discounts to people planning to use the beach and park frequently.
Residents of Rye City, Port Chester, Rye Brook and Rye Neck get discounts on both daily rates and season permits.
Non-residents of these communities can also buy season permits, at higher rates.
There are three categories of permits for residents and non-residents: Senior, Single, and Family.
Parking Only permits can also be purchased, which provide for unlimited free parking during the beach season.
Daily rates for parking and beach access are higher on weekends than weekdays.
The daytime parking rates are from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Evening parking rates run from 7 p.m. until the park closes. Daytime beach access rates are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Late Afternoon beach access rates are from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. Evening Beach access rates are from 7 p.m until closing. Residents are free after 7 p.m for beach access.
See the complete chart of the 2019 daily and seasonal permit rates on the permits and fees page.
Pre-Season Operations: Starting May 3rd, the permit office is open Wednesdays through Sundays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Pre Season fees are charged for parking starting in April.