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New Sanitation App Available for Cell Phones

The Village of Rye Brook has partnered with Westchester County to offer residents a free cell phone app called RecycleCoach where you can look up your Rye Brook sanitation schedule, view holiday week changes, and receive answers to commonly asked questions such as if a particular item is recyclable.

Sanitation Schedule – 7/1 – 7/5

INDEPENDENCE DAY OBSERVED THURSDAY, JULY 4, 2024 • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, & Friday Garbage & Recycle collection will remain the same. • Thursday Garbage and recycling will be picked up on Wednesday. • NO GREEN WASTE COLLECTION THIS WEEK

2024-2025 Adopted Budget

On Wednesday, April 24, 2024, the Board of Trustees of the Village of Rye Brook past the 2024-2025 Budget. Please view the Budget Presentation.

New pickleball/tennis court membership & reservation program

Anyone interested in playing  Tennis or Pickleball on our courts must purchase a membership and make a reservation. $50        Jr. Membership (8-18years) $75        Adult Membership (19 years and older) $150     Family Membership (includes children up to 21 living at home) $50        Senior Citizen Membership  (60 years and older) $200     Non-Resident … Continued

Joint Proposal Filed with PSC on Veolia Water Rate Case

Joint Proposal Filed with PSC on Veolia Water Rate Case: Public Comments Requested by Mar. 1, 2024: A Joint Proposal for the Veolia water rate case has been filed with the Public Service Commission (PSC) by Veolia, the PSC trial staff, Rye City, Port Chester, Rye Brook, and two other agencies.  The Joint Proposal would … Continued

Storm Preparedness

Storm Preparedness Preparing for a Storm To prepare for a storm, you should take the following measures: Make plans to secure your property. Permanent storm shutters offer the best protection for windows. A second option is to board up windows with 5/8” marine plywood, cut to fit and ready to install. Tape does not prevent … Continued

Storm Safety Guidelines

Dear Rye Brook Residents, In the event of a storm, wind, rain or flood event, please keep in mind these simple guidelines with respect to electrical systems, natural or liquid propane gas equipment, and sanitary systems to help ensure the safety, health and welfare of your family, your property and the community at large. Remember … Continued

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