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Upcoming Events

  • January 28, 2015 – Architectural Board of Review Meeting
    Time: 8:00 pm
  • February 2, 2015 – Board of Trustees Meeting
    Time: 7:30 pm

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Village News and Announcements

Water Main Break

UPDATE- 1/28/15

The water main has been repaired. Residents may experience brown water. Let the cold water run at the lowest point of your residence till it becomes clear before drinking or doing laundry. 

Water main break at Willow and Flint Avenues may result in loss of water pressure throughout the Village.

Westchester Joint Water Works, Larchmont Water, DPW, Police and Fire have been notified and are responding.

Palmer Streetscape Project Meeting


Due to the impending inclement weather, the Community Meeting scheduled for January 26, 2015, has been postponed. Watch for posting of new date and time.

Local Law No. 1-2015

PLEASE NOTE: LOCAL LAW NO. 1-2015 Adopted January 12, 2015

The fine for street parking in excess of the time allowed has been increased from $25 to $50 on the streets listed below.

The parking time limits have not been changed.

Center Avenue              2 hours

Franklin Avenue           2 hours

Parkway Street              2 hours

Vanderburgh Avenue  2 hours

Rockhill Terrace           4 hours

Wendt Avenue (from Palmer to Vanderburgh)           2 hours

Concord Avenue (from Chatsworth to Hall)                 4 hours

Concord Avenue (from Hall to dead end)                      2 hours


The fines have increased in the off-street lots below.

Railroad Station Lots 1- 2-3-8: $75 for failure to display a daytime parking or daytime meter license; $25 for all other violations

Lots 5 (Gilder) & 6 (Addison): $50 for all violations

CVS Parking Lot: $50 for all violations


2015 Flint Park Day Camp Counselors

Interested in being a counselor at Flint Park Day Camp? Please contact the Recreation Office at for more information. Please note: that due to the small size of the camp, there are VERY few positions so all applicants are strongly encouraged to apply to other camps.

Village Newsletter-Bits and Pieces

Village Newsletter Bits and Pieces, January 2015 Edition. Click here: Bits and Pieces

Town & Out of Town 2015 Parking Permits Stop Sale Date

Due to the current overcrowding at the Village of Larchmont Train Station Parking Meter Lot #3, the Village of Larchmont will halt 2015 Parking Permit Sales to Town of Mamaroneck and Out-of-Town residents at close of business on Wednesday, December 31, 2014. Those who are unable to purchase a permit before that date may fill out the waitlist application. During the month of January the Village of Larchmont Police Department will monitor Meter Lot # 3 and will inform the Village Clerk’s Office when and if parking permit sales to Town of Mamaroneck and Out-of Town residents can resume. If permit sales do resume, those who have filled out the waitlist application will be contacted. We apologize for the inconvenience.

 Village of Larchmont residents and merchants may continue to purchase 2015 Parking Permits.



Snow Removal on Village Sidewalks

Please be reminded that Village Code states that after twenty four hours of a storm cessation, all snow must be removed from Village sidewalks. Please inform any contractors of this code.

Proposed Local Law to establish the position of Village Administrator


Adjourned to February 2, 2015

CLICK HERE: Local Law draft 1-20-15

2015 Parking Permits

PLEASE NOTE: Town of Mamaroneck and Out-of-Town residents WAITLIST ONLY

2015 Parking Permits Sales will begin for Village of Larchmont residents and merchants only on Thursday, November 6th, then for Town of Mamaroneck and Out of Town residents on Friday November 7th from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM at Village Hall, 120 Larchmont Avenue. To purchase a permit you must provide: 2015 parking permit application filled-out & signed, proof of residency or employment, valid car registration (a notarized letter if not owner of vehicle granting permission of use) and payment of either cash or check (made payable to the Village of Larchmont). To submit by mail please read mail-in instructions. All 2015 Village of Larchmont parking permits purchased in November and December 2014 do not become valid until January 1, 2015.

New for 2015

For Village Residents and Merchants Only:

“(GP) General Daytime Parking Permit” The “GP” daytime parking permit will give Village residents and merchants only, the flexibility of parking, Monday thru Saturday, 8:00 AM- 6:00 PM in Lots # 4, 5, 6, 7 & 10.

NOTICE: The “GP” daytime parking permit is not valid  for train station or Lot #8 parking.

Also this year, look for one permit application form for all train station parking, annual and meter.

All 2015 permit applications submitted by mail or in person prior to start of sale date, will be processed after all over the counter sales are completed on that date.

click here: Parking Permits

LELE Mulch Mowing Info & PSA

Fall leaf season is almost upon us! As a municipal manager, you are well aware of the impacts Fall leaves can have on your city, town or village operation – from leaf removal and disposal to maintaining a clean stormwater system.

In response to these concerns, many municipalities around the county have endorsed and/or adopted a policy of mulch mowing leaves in-place along public right-of-ways and in public parks.

What are some of the benefits of mulch mowing?

• Helps reduce the total volume of leaves from being processed through the county organic waste stream.
• Helps create healthier soils in turf areas and provides a source of free mulch for landscape beds.
• Helps keep leaves out of the storm water system and reduces organic pollutants flowing into the bay or river.
• Helps DPW / Parks crews “get on” to other important business rather than being “tied up” disposing of leaves.
• Helps reduce budgetary costs from overtime, fuel, seasonal equipment repairs, and tipping fees.

Since 2010, an educational program concerning mulch mowing has been developed under the umbrella of “Love ‘Em and Leave ‘Em” (LELE). The target audience is not just municipalities (DPW, Parks Departments), but county-wide residents, professional landscapers and property managers.

In support of this initiative, a 30 second PSA (Public Service Announcement) concerning LELE Mulch Mowing has been produced and released to be freely shown on local cable access, at community events or in other venues. The PSA is geared towards the local homeowner and quickly outlines the benefits of mulch mowing, while creating an atmosphere of ‘feel good’ action addressing environmental concerns.

This email is to notify you as to the availability of the PSA and to request that you consider programming it onto your municipal video channel. (In one community, for example, it has been programmed to run every hour on the hour.) The PSA is available in several SD formats including for web streaming (.mp4) and cable or FIOS (.mpeg). Links to these files, as well as a youTube version, can be found on the LELENY.ORG website under the Toolkit tab. The direct link is as follows:

Please feel free to contact us with any questions about this PSA or about the LELE initiative. If you are scheduling the PSA for public access viewing, please drop us a quick note to so we can keep a running tally.