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Manor Park Gazebo
Manor Park Gazebo
Manor Beach bathhouse
Chatsworth School
Hotel Bevan
Belvedere Hotel
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St. Augustine's today
Larchmont Station
Manor Park
Larchmont station
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Larchmont Theater
Fountain Square
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Upcoming Events

  • August 1, 2016 – Board of Trustees Work Session
    Time: 7:00 pm
  • August 1, 2016 – Board of Trustees Special Meeting
    Time: 7:15 pm
  • August 8, 2016 – Board of Trustees Work Session
    Time: 7:00 pm

Village Hall Summer Hours-2016

Village Hall Summer Hours, 8:30 AM- 4:00 PM will be from May 31 to September 6, 2016.

Free Rabies Clinic-Westchester County Health Department


Sherlita Amler, MD, Commissioner, Department of Health Ned McCormack, Communications Director Contact: Caren Halbfinger (914) 813-5013 / after hours: 813-5000

For Immediate Release: July 28, 2016


One-day vaccination clinic sponsored by the Westchester County Health Department

 Westchester County residents can bring their dogs, cats and ferrets in for free rabies vaccinations on Saturday, August 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the SPCA of Westchester, 590 North State Road, Briarcliff Manor.  Call 914-941-2896 x10 to schedule a required appointment.

Cats and ferrets must be in carriers and dogs must be on a leash. Aggressive dogs must be muzzled. No examinations will be given and all pets must be supervised by an adult.

“Vaccinating your pet against rabies protects your pet and your family if your pet has contact with a rabid or potentially rabid animal,” said Westchester County Health Commissioner, Sherlita Amler, MD.

Under New York State law, dogs and cats must receive their first rabies vaccine no later than four months after birth. A second rabies shot must be given within one year of the first vaccine, with additional booster shots given every one or three years after that, depending on the vaccine used.  Owners who fail to get their pets vaccinated and keep the vaccinations up-to-date may be fined up to $2,000.

Rabies is a fatal disease that is spread through the bite or saliva of infected animals.  Those animals most commonly infected are raccoons, skunks, bats and foxes.  However, domestic animals such as cats and dogs are also at risk because they can easily contract rabies from wild or stray animals.

A pet that is up-to-date with its rabies vaccinations would only need to get a booster dose of vaccine within five days of the pet’s exposure to a known or suspect rabid animal.  Animals not up-to-date with rabies vaccinations would need to be quarantined or potentially euthanized following contact with a rabid or suspect-rabid animal.

A change in an animal’s behavior is often the first sign of rabies.  A rabid animal may become either abnormally aggressive or unusually tame.  It may lose fear of people and become docile or it may become particularly excited and irritable.  Staggering, spitting and frothing at the mouth are sometimes noted in infected animals.  Adults should encourage children to avoid touching unfamiliar animals and to immediately tell an adult if they have been bitten or scratched by an animal.

All animal bites or contacts with animals suspected of having rabies must be reported to the Westchester County Health Department at (914) 813-5000.  After hours, callers should follow the prompts to report a public health emergency 24 hours a day.

For more information, like the Westchester County Health Department at, follow us on Twitter @wchealthdept, call us at (914) 813-5000 or visit




The Village has been considering a bike lane pilot project for Larchmont Avenue, from Palmer to Magnolia, for several months.

 A third presentation was made at the

Monday, July 18th Board of Trustees Meeting at 7:30 PM

The Project Is

bicycle image   approved stamp  bicycle image

Check back for updates on implementation.

Click here for illustrations showing the location of the pilot project bike lanes and sharrows on Larchmont Avenue.

Bike Lane Pilot page 1 Bike Lane Pilot page 2

Lorenzen Park Construction

Click here for letter: Lorenzen Park Construction letter 6-2016

2016 Committee on the Arts Festival

The 2016 Committee on the Arts Festival will take place on Saturday, September 24, 2016 from 12:00 PM to 5:00 PM, at Constitution Park on Larchmont Avenue. Rain date September 25, 2016

To participate click here:  2016 Arts Festival registration form

2016 Semi-Annual Parking Permit Renewals

Starting Monday, June 27th the Village Clerk’s Office will begin accepting applications for the renewal of semi-annual parking permits purchased for the first half of 2016. Permits will be issued between 8:30 AM and 3:30 PM in the Clerk’s Office. To renew you must provide:

A 2016 Application filled out completely and signed

Proof of residency or employment

A valid car registration

Payment of cash, check or credit card (fees applied)

Please note: If you’re current 2016 parking permit (shape square/color YELLOW) is hole punched in the box that says “Dec. 31, 2016” your permit will expire on June 30, 2016.


Water Billing Information

For more information on the New Water Billing click here: WATER BILL F A Q

Flint Park Tennis Day Passes

The Village of Larchmont is now selling individual ONE-DAY tennis passes for the courts in Flint Park.

Click here for more information: 2016 Flint Park Tennis Courts Day Passes

Leaf Blower Law June 1st to September 30th

From June 1st to September 30th the Village’s Leaf Blower Law is in effect. Residents please remind your gardeners. Click below to read Village Code Chapter 195-5-B

Beverage Cartons May Now be Included with Plastics Recyling!

Beginning on Wednesday, May 11th, Town of Mamaroneck and Village of Larchmont residents will be able to include waxy cartons with their commingled recyclables (glass, plastic and metal recyclables) for collection by the Larchmont Mamaroneck Joint Garbage Disposal Commission. These waxy cartons are used for juice and milk (sometimes called gable-top containers); soup and broth; cream; and egg substitutes. Although mostly made of cardboard, the cartons should be included with other recyclable beverage containers made of glass, plastic and metal for collection; they should not be included with paper and cardboard recyclables.  Thank you for recycling!