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Coronavirus Update from Mayor Rosenberg

Posted on April 5, 2020

As we enter week four of the Coronavirus Pandemic here in NY, I am encouraged and thankful by what I’ve been seeing while driving around the Village. For the most part, I see everyone making an active attempt to keep themselves at least six feet from each other. The Village really appreciates your efforts to...

Town of Rye Tax Payments and Applying/Renewing for Exemptions

Posted on April 3, 2020

Please view the important information from the Town of Rye, NY about paying your taxes and applying for or renewing tax exemptions. Other helpful links to the Town of Rye, NY resources: Tax Page : https://www.townofryeny.com/requirement/paying-your-taxes-during-the-covid-19-pandemic Assessment Page : https://www.townofryeny.com/requirement/applying-for-exemptions-during-covid-19 News Page : https://www.townofryeny.com/news/important-information-regarding-paying-your-taxes-and-applying-renewing-for-exemptions Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/TownofRyeNY/photos/a.610079752387630/2979191418809773/?type=3&theater  

Coronavirus Update from Mayor Paul Rosenberg

Posted on March 29, 2020

Unfortunately, life as we have known it for so long has changed for the time being. As we’ve all seen in the media, Coronavirus is an extremely infectious virus. We discourage you from engaging in activities which up until a few weeks ago were considered completely normal. Please, for the benefit of the community, practice...

Coronavirus Update from Mayor Paul Rosenberg

Posted on March 28, 2020

Dear Rye Brook Residents: With the weather improving day by day, I’m concerned that there are some people in this community who are not taking the Coronavirus Pandemic seriously.  I drive the neighborhood, and I see children and adults clustered in large groups walking together.  Parents are walking 3 or 4 abreast, with perhaps a...

Coronavirus Update from Mayor Paul Rosenberg

Posted on March 23, 2020

March 22, 2020 Dear Rye Brook Residents: Tomorrow, another work week begins with many of us working form home, including our students who now find themselves adjusting to remote learning. I wanted to take a moment to thank the vast majority of Rye Brook residents who have heeded our call to institute social distancing. As...

Coronavirus Update from Mayor Paul Rosenberg

Posted on March 21, 2020

Dear Rye Brook Residents: Here are the latest Coronavirus stats for Rye Brook and Westchester County:  Since testing began in Westchester, there have been approximately 7,176 people tested, with 1,091 testing positive (an increase of 293 since yesterday). 39 people have required hospitalization in Westchester. There are approximately 6 cases in Rye Brook.  I say...

Coronavirus Update from Mayor Paul Rosenberg

Posted on March 16, 2020

Dear Rye Brook Residents: Here are some Coronavirus updates since my email yesterday: There are currently 220 confirmed Coronavirus cases in Westchester.  However, that number is most likely higher, as testing is happening slower than we would like. One person in Rye Brook is confirmed to have Coronavirus.  That person is recovering at home (80%...

Message from Mayor Paul Rosenberg

Posted on March 15, 2020

Dear Rye Brook Residents: As I have discussed in prior messages, the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is a situation that is evolving and requires revaluation on a daily (or sometimes hourly) basis. As of today, there are 196 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Westchester. Out of an abundance of caution, the Village has decided to take...

Message from Mayor Paul Rosenberg

Posted on March 13, 2020

Dear Rye Brook Residents: I wanted to provide a brief community update on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and some of the village’s actions which continue to be re-evaluated and modified as additional information becomes available.  I will not summarize all of the health department and Center for Disease Control (CDC) information, precautions, and recommendations in...
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2020 Census – Coming Soon!

Posted on March 12, 2020

April 1, 2020 is Census Day! The Census, which is mandated by the US Constitution, has been conducted every ten years since 1790. Census 2020 will be the 24th Census. Census mailers should be going out to residents in mid-to-late March so look out for those soon! Data collected from the Census will be used...

Message from Mayor Paul Rosenberg

Posted on March 6, 2020

Dear Rye Brook Residents: The number of confirmed cases of Coronavirus is climbing in the U.S. each day. I want to assure our residents that the Village of Rye Brook is remaining diligent regarding the potential impacts of the spread of Coronavirus. Current Coronavirus Situation: As of today there are 33 positive cases of Coronavirus in New...
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Information Regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Posted on March 2, 2020

The Westchester County Department of Health has put out information about the Coronavirus disease, prevention, and additional public health resources on their website. The New York State Department of Health has  information on their website about the disease as well as a COVID-19 Hotline -(888)364-3065 . If you're planning to travel and have questions about...
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Mayor’s End of Year Message

Posted on December 23, 2019

Dear Rye Brook Residents:   It’s that time of year when everything seems to start winding down.  Before everyone heads out of town to be with family and friends, I wanted to send you a quick holiday greeting.   I would like to start with a huge thank you to all my colleagues on the Board...
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Sanitation Services Update

Posted on November 19, 2019

                                                                                                  November 20, 2019   Dear Rye Brook Resident: I’m writing to notify you about an important and sudden change to our sanitation services. As you may have heard, the Village’s current sanitation company (Waste Services, Inc.) had its license revoked to operate as a solid waste hauler in Westchester County...
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Shape the future of your library!

Posted on October 7, 2019

Let your voice be heard and help shape the Port Chester-Rye Brook Library's Long-term Strategic Plan. The survey will help the Library set the direction to meet the needs of our community.
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Eagle Scout Mural Project Completed at CPW

Posted on August 29, 2019

August 28, 2019, Rye Brook, NY—Cerebral Palsy of Westchester (CPW) is happy to announce the installation of a mural entitled “No Boundaries” at The Harmony Park Playground and Sensory Garden at CPW’s David G. Osterer Center at 1186 King Street. The mural project, organized and executed by Kevin O’Neill, as 2019 Eagle Scout Project for...
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Household Recycling Fall Drop Off Days 2019

Posted on August 29, 2019

Next Drop off Date November 9, 2019 Rye Playland Playland Pkwy, Rye 9am - 3pm For more details, view the flyer. Whats Accepted Properly labeled household chemicals, including: Most Automotive Fluids – antifreeze, brake fluid, gasoline Flammable Liquids – kerosene, butane, charcoal fluid, turpentine Metal, Jewelry & Furniture Polishes, Wood Preservatives Pesticides, Insecticides, Herbicides Photography...
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SUEZ – Providing customers with water that is safe and healthy

Posted on August 19, 2019

Westchester City Managers, Village Administrators: SUEZ is dedicated to providing our customers with water that is safe and healthy. At SUEZ, we take great pride in our ability to provide you with drinking water that meets -- and often surpasses -- all the health and safety standards set by the United States Environmental Protection Agency...
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Fall 2019 Activities!

Posted on August 6, 2019

The new brochure for the fall 2019 activities  is now available.
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Find Your Lost Money!

Posted on August 2, 2019

What is Lost Money? For your protection, banks, insurance companies, utilities, investment companies and many other businesses are required by State law to surrender inactive accounts to the State. These accounts are known as “lost,” “abandoned,” or “unclaimed” funds. The Office of the State Comptroller serves as custodian of this money.  If you can prove...
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