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News & Announcements

Message from Mayor Paul Rosenberg – COVID Guidance for College Students Returning Home

Posted on November 16, 2020

Good afternoon Rye Brook residents. I have received several inquiries from residents about the best way to handle COVID-19 concerns regarding college students returning from school. While the SUNY system has instituted its own set of testing protocols for their students returning home for Thanksgiving, NY State has not published official guidance targeted at college...

Message from Mayor Paul S. Rosenberg – Halloween 2020

Posted on October 8, 2020

Dear Rye Brook Residents: I hope you and your family are feeling well, and I apologize in advance for the length of this email. They say that you never fully appreciate something until its gone.  That should be the theme for 2020, the year of being told what not to do — traveling for work...


Posted on August 28, 2020

What work is being done? Microsurface paving – a mixture of polymer-modified asphalt emulsion, mineral aggregates, water and additives will be applied to the previously placed chip seal. This “quick set” preventative maintenance treatment extends the life of the road surface in an economical way, while minimizing the inconvenience to residents and the traveling public...


Posted on August 24, 2020

What it is? Cape Seal, a combination of Chip Seal and Slurry Seal, is usually applied on residential roads. The Chip Seal improves the strength of the road’s surface and the Slurry Seal provides uniformity of the surface. There is approximately a 5-10 day interval period between the Chip Seal and Slurry Seal (DEPENDING ON...

Post Tropical Storm Isaias – Altice Outage Update

Posted on August 11, 2020

Here is a chart showing the number of Altice outages in Westchester County as of August 11, 2020 at 10AM. There are currently 137 customers out in the Village of Rye Brook.

Con Edison Tropical Storm Isaias Claim Information

Posted on August 10, 2020

Con Edison has expanded its claims policy for customers who lost power after Tropical Storm Isaias. Customers without power for 48 hours or more since Thursday can fill out a claims form to cover spoiled food, medication, or perishable commercial merchandise. Attached are Residential and Commercial claim forms to be used by  customers seeking reimbursement. For...

Power Outage Update from Mayor Paul Rosenberg

Posted on August 10, 2020

Originally posted August 9, 2020 at 9:00PM Good evening Rye Brook residents.  I have some updated information for you regarding power outages and the restoration of certain communications services (phone/internet/TV).  As of 8PM this evening: In the Village of Rye Brook, there are now 69 Con Ed customers currently without power.  This is down from...

Power Outage Update from Mayor Rosenberg

Posted on August 6, 2020

Good evening Rye Brook residents Con Ed crews were in the Village today finishing up the removal of downed wires to open roads, as well as repairing transmission lines.  As of 6PM this evening, they were completing the repair of the tremendous damage on Winding Wood.  We have been told by Con Ed that the...

Residents with Medical Equipment – Registering with Con Edison:

Posted on August 6, 2020

Residents who  use medical equipment are encouraged to register with Con Edison in case of power outages. This includes residents who do not receive a bill directly from Con Edison. For more information or to fill out a Life-Support Equipment survey, residents can use this document or visit this link: Elderly, Blind and Disabled residents are encouraged to...

Message from Mayor Paul Rosenberg – Post Storm Restoration

Posted on August 6, 2020

Originally posted August 5, 2020 at 7:22PM Good evening Rye Brook Residents.  Let me start off by saying that for those of you without power, I understand how difficult this period is, and I promise you that we are doing EVERYTHING that we can to get Con Ed to restore power as quickly as possible. ...

Post Tropical Storm Isaias – Debris Clearing Policy & Cooling/Charging Center

Posted on August 5, 2020

Debris Clearing Policy: Rye Brook Public works crews will help clear branches and small limbs from the curb. Starting Monday, August 10th they will start and make one pass through the Village. The list of streets they have completed, and the dates they completed them, will be listed on the Village web site ( This...

Message from Mayor Paul Rosenberg – Tropical Storm Isaias

Posted on August 4, 2020

Good evening Rye Brook residents.  As if 2020 couldn’t get any better, Tropical Storm Isaias really did tremendous damage today to Westchester County and Rye Brook. There are approximately 699 homes (approximately 18%) without power in the Village.  In fact, approximately 24% of Con Edison’s Westchester customers have no power.  With the large number of...

Basketball Hoops Removed (again) due to Concerns with COVID-19 Safety Practices

Posted on July 31, 2020

For several months after the start of COVID-19, the Village removed the basketball hoops from the backboards in Village parks. After many calls from residents to restore the hoops so people can simply shoot baskets or play stationary games like “horse” or “around the world”, the rims were re-installed but we indicated that the courts...

Airplane Viewing Area – Now Open

Posted on July 30, 2020

Our new public space on Lincoln Avenue (upper Lincoln towards King St) is the perfect spot for viewing planes landing at the airport! ✈️ Residents can also pickup small amounts of compost or mulch for their gardens (no landscapers please) in the designated area by the site entrance

Message from Mayor Paul Rosenberg

Posted on July 23, 2020

This email is specifically for all of the students and families celebrating graduations over the next few weekends, including those Blind Brook High School students who are graduating this coming Sunday. I want to wish each of you my sincere congratulations! I am absolutely thrilled for you! This is a tremendous achievement and you should...

Update from Mayor Paul Rosenberg

Posted on July 10, 2020

Good afternoon Rye Brook, I have 3 important pieces of information for you in this email: Information about the tropical storm headed our way, Coronavirus information, and an important reminder about the 2020 Census. Tropical Storm Fay As if we did not have enough to worry about with a pandemic, here comes Tropical Storm Fay,...

Message from Mayor Paul Rosenberg

Posted on June 15, 2020

Good evening Rye Brook Residents, I wanted to take an opportunity to clarify for you some information that I emailed you last Friday regarding the re-opening of our parks and athletic facilities. Although we are now re-opening our fields, playgrounds, and as of next week our basketball courts, please remember that as per the Governor’s...

Coronavirus Update from Mayor Paul Rosenberg

Posted on June 13, 2020

Originally posted June 12, 2020 Good afternoon Rye Brook Residents.  I would like to take a moment to give you an update on the Coronavirus Pandemic and our plans for reopening our athletic facilities and playgrounds here in the Village of Rye Brook. As of today, there are 177 cumulative Coronavirus cases in the Village. ...

Mayor Paul Rosenberg’s Message about Social Justice and Community Policing

Posted on June 11, 2020

As Mayor of the Village of Rye Brook, I would like to assure our residents that the Village Board is fully committed to ensuring that the murder of George Floyd and countless other black and other minority citizens by the actions of certain discriminatory police officers across the nation will not be tolerated in our...

COVID19: Westchester Talk Radio Interviews Mayor Rosenberg

Posted on May 28, 2020

Recently Rye Brook Mayor Paul Rosenberg was interviewed by Westchester Talk Radio to discuss how Rye Brook is dealing with the Coronavirus Pandemic and its effects on residents and local businesses. Watch the interview here.
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