Tax Maps, GIS, & Radius/Abutter Searches

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PLEASE NOTE*

The Mansion at Crawford Park will be closed for renovation starting February 2018 and for majority of 2019. Please be advised that portions of the grounds may have construction materials and safety fencing. Crawford Park's grounds and its newly renovated pavilion, playground, and sensory garden will remain open. Visitors are welcome!

  • The park and playground is open to the public, however, facilities may only be rented by residents. Residents include: Port Chester (10573), Rye Brook (10573) and Rye Neck (10543)  

Please contact us for options to utilize the grassy areas at the park for your events! 

                               Please scroll down to review the prices and details to rent
                                                      Crawford Pavilion and other spaces

During our Summer Months, the Park hosts many events for all ages. With thanks to our Local Sponsors we have been able to continue events for years and years, and will continue to do so. *More events to come! If you have questions, or an idea for an event, please Email: ssumma@townofryeny.com

Below you will see photos from our 2018 Fall Festival!

IMPORTANT CONTACT INFORMATION

Westchester County EAP Program -   (914) 995-6070

NYSHIP Medical Health Insurance -   (877) 769-7447

Shelter Point Vision Insurance -          (800) 365-4999 or (516) 829-8100

Tax Maps

CAI Technologies (best source for tax maps)

CAI Technologies is the Town's tax map maintenance company and their site has the most recent tax map information.  

Parcels can be searched by owner, address or parcel ID (section/block/lot):

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After typing part of the address into the search bar and  clicking the [Find Address] button, you will see the tax map for the specific parcel:

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Other map layers are available.  Some of the other maps include contour, community facilities, FEMA (flood), sewer, school, water district, fire district, and more.  

To confirm what school district a parcel is located in, it is recommended to call the school district to confirm (school districts are listed on the Our Jurisdictions page).

Flood maps may also be searched on FEMA website:  https://msc.fema.gov/portal

CAI also has measuring tools and individual tax maps can be easily printed.  There is an abutters tool to generate mailing labels needed for an abutter notices.

GIS

Westchester County's Tax Parcel Viewer also allows you to view tax parcels and owner information.  Users can identify local parcel data by address, print key (a/k/a section/block/lot), or owner name (if available). Users can also print maps, export a query result, and generate mailing labels needed for abutter notices.  

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Radius / Abutter Searches
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Please refer to your Village Building Department for the radius search criteria and instructions.  

Once the appropriate abutting properties have been identified, you MUST cross check most recent assessment roll and/or on the SDG Imagemate Online property data search for the current owner and their mailing address, which may be different from the property address.

Please note that there are radius/abutter search tools on our CAI tax map website and the Westchester County GIS Department's Municipal Tax Parcel Viewer, noted above.  Please refer to the specific websites for instructions.  Both websites allow you to print mailing labels of the parcels identified in the radius/abutter search.

Tips on Searching for a Parcel
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Depending on the browser you are using, you normally can search a .pdf document by clicking [Edit] and [Find].  In the find box type in part of an owner name (last name only is recommended) OR part of an address (street number plus first 4+ letters of street name).

The more information you put in the find box, the more restrictive the search, the less likely you will find what you are looking for.  Do not include street, drive, circle, place, etc. in the street name.

The more information you put in the find box, the more restrictive the search, the less likely you will find what you are looking for.  Do not include street, drive, circle, place, etc. in the street name.

IMPORTANT:  For streets names preceded by north, south, east or west, be sure to include "N.",  "S.", "E.", or "W." in front of the street name.  

Streets with such directionals include:

N. Barry Avenue   
N. Main Street    
N. Regent Street    
N. Ridge Street   
N. Wagner Avenue  

S. Barry Avenue      
S. Main Street
S. Regent Street
S. Ridge Street

E. Boston Post Road
E. Broadway

W. William Street
W. Glen Avenue