The Park’s Season begins on the Friday before Memorial Day and runs through Labor Day. With weather permitting, the season may be extended. Weather permitting, lifeguards are on duty and the beach is open for swimming from 9 a.m. until dusk. Parking and Beach admission fees will apply . For Tide Information, click here.
The permit office will be OPEN! starting May 3rd - Wednesday through Sunday
Hours: 9am - 3pm
**You do not have to be a resident to obtain a Season Permit, please see the options below for Resident and Non-Resident rates and how to obtain a permit **
Town of Rye Supervisors Office,
222 Grace Church St.
Port Chester NY 10573
Phone: (914) 939-3006
Fax: (914) 939-1465
The Assessment Office does not prepare deeds. You need to retain an attorney to have a deed prepared or modified. We cannot change, add or delete an owner's name from our records unless there is a recorded deed evidencing that change.
As a service to the taxpayers, the Town has made a diligent attempt to maintain and preserve deeds, some of which date back to the 1600’s.
Copies of deeds may be available and can be provided to the owner of the property ONLY for a fee of $.25 per page. Please note that we may or may not have some of the older historic deeds.
For all others, copies of deeds may be obtained through:
Westchester County Clerk's Office
Land Records Division
110 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
White Plains, NY 10601
The County Clerk's website indicates:
To search for a land document, visit Westchester Records Online to determine whether the document you are searching for is recorded in the Office of the Westchester County Clerk. If the document is recorded in our office and you wish to obtain a copy of it, you can pay a daily user fee to view it online, visit our office, or request a copy of the document by mail.
Town of Rye: 7.4 square miles / 45,928 population
Village of Mamaroneck (Rye Neck portion): 6.7 square miles / 7,614 population
(Note another part of the Village of Mamaroneck is located in the Town of Mamaroneck)
Village of Port Chester: 2.5 square miles / 28,967 population
Village of Rye Brook: 3.5 square miles / 9,347 population
Our town nestles in a valley in the background of which lie the picturesque hills and dales of Westchester County. Our Town of Rye borders on Long Island Sound bordering on Connecticut at the gateway of New England within convenient commuting distance from New York and in the metropolitan area. While we started with the Boston Post Road running close to the sound and constituting our main highway, a toll road along which passed the horse-drawn stages, modern parkways and paved highways over which pass speedy motor vehicles now link our Town to all the cities, towns and villages of this great country of ours.
We started as a small settlement on Manursing Island, then developed Poningo Neck, which now is the business section of the City of Rye, and the Saw Pit, which now is Port Chester on the Byram River, with paths leading to various parts of the town. The Post Road, King Street, and the Grace Church Street were among some of our earliest carriage paths. Water transportation and stagecoach were the sole links the early settlers had with the outside world. The young settlement known as Saw Pit, so named from the saw pits then in use, continued as such until it outgrew this homespun name and became Port Chester by incorporating as a village in 1868 signifying a sea port which remains to this day.
Early life in the settlement was strenuous. Attacks by Indians and severe winters were a deterrent to these early settlers. Farming, fishing, logging, and trading were the principal occupations. At Saw Pit, logs were cut for use in shipbuilding operations. Our town had no improvements in those days and homes were simple and crude. The seed sown by these early settlers was nurtured and grew to the present day when we enjoy the modern conveniences of our times.
For more information about the Town of Rye and early settlement, see Chronicles of a Border Town by Charles Washington Baird.
Total Parcels in Town of Rye: 11,103
Total 2015 Final Full Market Assessed Value of the Town: $7,892,391,622
The Town of Rye consists of 3 villages and 4 school districts
Village of Mamaroneck:
1,967 Homestead Parcels
268 Non-Homestead Parcels
2,235 Total Parcels
Village of Port Chester:
4,343 Homestead Parcels
1,105 Non-Homestead Parcels
5,448 Total Parcels
Village of Rye Brook:
3,107 Homestead Parcels
313 Non-Homestead Parcels
3,420 Total Parcels
Harrison School District: 15 Parcels
Rye Neck School District: 2,235 Parcels
Port Chester - Rye Union Free School District: 6,486 Parcels
Blind Brook - Rye Union Free School District: 2,367 Parcels
**Based on the 2015 Final Assessment Roll
Curbside Recycling Rules
Villages in the Town of Rye have “dual-stream recycling.” This means paper waste (paper, magazines, newspapers, boxes, etc.) must be placed separate from commingled waste (hard plastic containers, metal cans and foil, glass, and cartons).
Click here to view and download recycling guides in English and Spanish:
Plastic dos and don’ts -- > Westchester County
How Do I Recycle…?
Disposing of some items is tricky. Batteries, printer cartridges, plastic bags, CFL light bulbs, etc., can all be recycled or disposed of safely when you know ho!
Refer to these resources for answers to all your recycling questions: