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Upcoming Events

  • February 26, 2018 – Board of Trustees Work Session
    Time: 6:30 pm
  • February 26, 2018 – Board of Trustees Budget Work Session
    Time: 7:00 pm
  • February 28, 2018 – Architectural Review Board Meeting
    Time: 8:00 pm
  • March 1, 2018 – Planning Board-Special Meeting
    Time: 8:00 pm
  • March 5, 2018 – Board of Trustees Work Session
    Time: 6:30 pm
  • March 5, 2018 – Board of Trustees Budget Work Session
    Time: 7:00 pm

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2018 Flint Park Day Camp Registration



Saturday, March 10th 9AM – 3:00PM


Must be a Village of Larchmont Resident

Must be Entering Grades 1-6 in the Fall of 2018

Immunization Records are a Must

The camp can only accommodate 200 campers, so space is limited.

Applications are accepted on a first come/first serve basis.

Past enrollment does not guarantee a spot this summer.

Applications and instructions on how to apply will be available the week before registration

on the Village’s website and outside the Clerk’s Office at Larchmont Village Hall.  

Applications will be accepted at Larchmont Village Hall starting Monday, March 12th

ONLY if enrollment quotas are not met on the registration date.

2018 Flint Park Day Camp Summer Employment



The Village of Larchmont is hiring counselors and lifeguards for

Flint Park Day Camp


Counselors must be 16 years or older as of July 1, 2018

Lifeguards must be 17 years or older as of July 1, 2018

Click below for application and instructions on how to apply:

2018 Counselor Application

2018 Tentative Assessment Roll

The 2018 Village of Larchmont Tentative Assessment Roll is now available for viewing. Click the link below:


Sharing Mamaroneck School District News

From Mamaroneck School District:

Mamaroneck School District’s Enrollment Planning/Space Challenges.

As you may be aware, Mamaroneck School District’s enrollment has been growing steadily in recent years, while most  area school districts show declining or flat enrollment.  The District has added 650 students since 2010.  

With limited instructional space and budgetary resources, the Board of Education is exploring both near-term and long-term solutions.  A “flex-zone” model was presented by the District administration at the January 23 Board of Education meeting as one potential near-term solution. The model would “grandfather” all families who currently have a child attending a particular elementary school.  Siblings would remain with siblings.

The Board is devoting its next meeting to a Community Conversation on Enrollment Challenges, scheduled for Tuesday, February 6 at 7:30 pm in the Hommocks Library.  All community members are invited and encouraged to attend.

For further background, please read this Letter from the Mamaroneck Board of Education and visit the Enrollment Planning Section of the District website, which is updated regularly with new information.

 In addition, the Board is convening a community Task Force to help study potential long-term solutions to this growing enrollment trend.  Learn more about the Task Force here, and attend the Task Force Informational Meeting on Wednesday, January 31 at 7:30 pm in the Hommocks Library (or watch a video of the meeting) if you are interested in applying.

If you are not currently receiving school district emails and would like to  sign up to receive District news and information, click here.


2018 Preliminary Assessment Notice

The Village of Larchmont will begin assessing property values at 100% of full market value beginning February 1, 2018.  A preliminary assessment notice has been mailed to each property owner to explain the process, identify individual changes from partial value to full market value and an estimated change (up or down) in the amount of Village property taxes paid based on the 2017 Village Tax Levy.  If you have not received this notice or have questions regarding the notice if you have received it please contact the Village Assessor’s Office at 914-834-6202 or assessor@villageoflarchmont.org.  

Announcement Regarding 2018 Parking Permits

PLEASE NOTE: At close of business on December 29, 2017, the 2018 Train Station Parking Permit sales to Town of Mamaroneck and Out-of-Town residents ended. No waitlist will be taken. In April 2018, please return to this site, for information on the sale of parking permits that will be valid from June 2018 to May 2019.


What: We are making a change! 2018 parking permits sold this November will be valid only from January 1st – May 31st, 2018! These 5-month permits will cost 5/12th of the annual permit fee.

Why: The Village has decided to have all permit terms coincide with our fiscal year, which starts June 1st. This allows us to better predict revenue and review the fees and charges during our annual budget sessions, when we review all other Village fees and charges.

How: Beginning November 13, 2017, we will sell permits that will be valid for the period of January 1 through May 31, 2018. In early May, all Village residents who are holders of a Lot #1 commuter parking permit will be given an exclusive opportunity to renew their permits for the annual period of June 1, 2018 through May 31, 2019. After that we will open sales for all remaining permit types. We will make the renewal process as easy as possible. Details will be sent to all permit holders in spring.

2018 Parking Permit Sale Dates: (no permits sold prior to these dates)

For Village Residents & Merchants OnlyMonday, November 13 and Tuesday, November 14

For Town and Out-of-Town ResidentsWednesday, November 15

PLEASE NOTE: the fee on the application for the Out-of-Town Meter Permit of $277, was incorrect and has been changed to $227. 11/9/2017

NOTE: Parking permits will not be sold to Village of Larchmont scofflaws (3+ unpaid tickets) until accounts have been satisfied.

Click here for: 2018 Parking Instructions and Permit Applications

Joint Sanitation New Website & App



For Press Release click below:

Joint Sanitation Commission Website Press Release


December 27, 2017, 11:45AM

Dear Residents and Neighbors:

The recently enacted Federal tax bill amends provisions of the U.S. tax code that have been in place for many years, with major effects on New York State. As many of you know, probably the most significant negative change for Larchmont residents is that, beginning with the 2018 tax year, there will be a $10,000 limitation on Federal income tax deductions for State and Local Taxes (SALT).

There has been much discussion as to whether local property taxes due in 2018 could be prepaid in 2017, but such prepayment in New York State was not allowed.  However, on Friday, December 22, 2017, Governor Andrew Cuomo issued an Executive Order allowing for the prepayment of local taxes in certain circumstances.

Many residents of Larchmont have asked – does the Governor’s Executive Order apply to Larchmont, and can the Village accept prepayment of taxes for Village tax bills that are normally issued at the end of May each year?

In order to address the community’s concern regarding prepayment of the Village of Larchmont’s 2018 real property taxes, we have conferred with the NYS Office of the Comptroller, NYS Department of Taxation and Finance, the Governor’s Representative for the Lower Hudson Valley Region, State and County legislative representatives, the New York Conference of Mayors (NYCOM), other villages and towns in Westchester County and the Village legal counsel.

After consultation with all parties, it is clear that:

  1. Since the Governor’s Executive Order applies explicitly only to counties and towns, and not to villages, the current State law prohibiting villages from accepting prepayment remains in force.

  1. Even if the Executive Order had included villages in a prepayment scenario, it still requires that municipalities have an approved budget in place for the upcoming fiscal year in order to issue a tax warrant and collect the taxes related to it.  As with most villages, our next budget year doesn’t begin until June 1, 2018 (with approval normally taking place in late April), and it is therefore impossible for the Village Board to approve that budget by the end of this week. The required process for the preparation and adoption of a Village budget, including noticed public hearings, has not been waived by this Executive Order.

I have discussed all aspects of this situation with the other members of the Board of Trustees. We tried to find a way for the Village of Larchmont to accept prepayments, without exposing either residents or the Village to potential liabilities. However, upon advice of counsel and with the guidance and commentary provided by all consulted agencies, the unfortunate conclusion was that the Executive Order did not provide a legal way for the Village to issue an expedited tax warrant.

Further confirmation of this decision was received today from NYCOM and Alphonso David, Counsel to Governor Cuomo:

 “that the Executive Order…

1) does not apply to villages with June 1 fiscal years,


 2) simply accelerates the process of issuing a tax warrant but does not eliminate that process or any of the steps that come before it, including the adoption of the budget.”

Therefore, the Village of Larchmont is not allowed to accept prepayments or partial payments of 2018 Village property tax.


Lorraine Walsh

Mayor, Village of Larchmont


*Please be aware that the Town of Mamaroneck is accepting partial payments of 2018 Town of Mamaroneck and County taxes. Village of Larchmont residents should read this announcement for instructions on how to prepay your Town and County tax bill:

Town of Mamaroneck Instructions for Prepayment of 2018 Taxes

As always, the second installment of your 2017/2018 School tax bill (due January 31, 2018) can be paid in December. This payment is also made to the Town of Mamaroneck. This payment cannot be combined with your Town/County tax payment.

Announcement from Town of Mamaroneck


The Town of Mamaroneck has made an announcement regarding

pre-payment of 2018 Town and County property taxes.

Click here for announcement and instructions.

Food Waste Reminder

Food Waste Reminder

Our collection crews have noticed food waste containers set out with regular garbage.  Those participating in the food waste recycling program are reminded that all separated food waste must be taken to the Larchmont Mamaroneck Sanitation Commission Recycling Center at 40 Maxwell Avenue for disposal.  The Commission will not be collecting food waste at the home.  Thank you for cooperation and participation in the Food Waste Program