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Chatsworth School
Hotel Bevan
Belvedere Hotel
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Larchmont Station
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Fountain Square
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Upcoming Events

  • December 7, 2015 – Planning Board Meeting-Moved to Village Hall 11/18/15
    Time: 8:00 pm
  • December 8, 2015 – Traffic Commission Meeting
    Time: 8:00 pm
  • December 9, 2015 – Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting-Moved to Village Hall 11/18/15
    Time: 8:15 pm

Q & A November 2015 Water Bills

Please review the following for November 2015 Water Bills: Q&A November 2015 water bills

Larchmont Police Department- tip411

To submit an anonymous tip via text message to the Larchmont Police Department read the flyer below:

Click here: Completely Anonymous Police Tip1

Community Choice Aggregation- Energy Savings

The Village of Larchmont and Sustainable Westchester trying to lower your energy costs.

Click here: Community Choice Aggregation statement 11-2015

For more information check out Sustainable Westchester/CCA FAQ’s on the web, please cut & paste into browser


2016 Parking Permits

On Thursday, November 5th, the Village of Larchmont will begin selling 2016 Parking Permits to Village Residents and Merchants only.

On Friday, November 6th, sales will begin for Town of Mamaroneck and Out-of-Town residents for Railroad Station Parking Permits in Lot #3.

The Village Clerk’s Office issues permits from 8:30 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday thru Friday.

Village hall will be CLOSED Wednesday, November 11th.  Please check the Village website for additional holiday closures.


If you had a 2015 Permit and will be purchasing your 2016 permit in person, no application will be required.  All pertinent documents are still needed.  If someone other than the permit holder comes in person to purchase a permit, a filled out and signed application will be required.  All pertinent documents are still needed.

For new permit and by mail purchasers, a 2016 Parking Permit Application, filled out and signed, will be required along with all pertinent documents.

Town of Mamaroneck and Out-of-Town residents may purchase TWO Meter Parking Permits and ONE Combined Parking Permit per household.

Town of Mamaroneck and Out-of-Town residents, 2016 Parking Permit Sales will END on Thursday, December 31, 2015.  NO 2016 WAITLIST APPLICATIONS will be accepted.

All 2016 Village of Larchmont parking permits purchased in November and December, 2015 do not become valid until January 1, 2016.

Any application submitted by mail or by hand prior to the initial sale date of the permit desired, will be processed after all over the counter sales are completed that sale day.

Applications will be available prior to the starting sale date on the counter outside of the Village Clerk’s Office and on the Village’s website: 2016 Parking Permits.

New this year; Credit and Debit cards will be accepted for in-person purchases only.  The cardholder must be present.  The card processor charges a fee for each transaction.  For credit cards the fee is $2.50 or 3% of permit cost, whichever is greater.  For debit cards the fee is $2.50.  This fee will be added at check-out.

Permits and Parking Information

Con Edison Gas Main Repair- Updated 11/18/15

Con Edison Gas Main Repair / Replacement Work Fall 2015:

UPDATED November 18, 2015

PLEASE BE ADVISED: On November 18th Con Edison will be closing Beach Avenue from Boston Post Road to Jochum Avenue. Watch for Detours.

Beginning this evening for gas main replacement. Later, daytime construction on Beach resulting in lane and road closures. Construction on Larchmont Avenue will continue. Give yourself adequate travel time to reach your destinations.

Residents should be advised of extensive gas main work being completed by the utility company and avoid the following streets if possible.  For additional information please contact Con Edison at 1-800-752-6633:

Beach Avenue from Boston Post Road to Walnut Avenue

Larchmont Avenue from Cherry Avenue to Walnut Avenue

Also, expect traffic to be reduced to one lane near 2141 Palmer Avenue (Old Guitar Center)

Dog Beach- Temporary Closure

An extensive renovation of the access area of Dog Beach was begun on October 7th and is expected to take 1-2 weeks. However, in order to allow the new plantings undisturbed time to get established, Dog Beach will be closed for the remainder of the fall.

We recognize the inconvenience this may cause to the residents who use this beach access, but feel this action is necessary to protect the substantial investment being made to rehabilitate this important community resource.

Public Hearing- December 14, 2015

The Board of Trustees have scheduled a Public Hearing, adjourned from November 16, 2015 for Monday, December 14, 2015 at 7:30 PM in the Courtroom in Village Hall. For more information read notices below.

Click here:Public Notice 12-14-15 adj. 11-16-15

2015 Leaf Pick-Up

On October 12, 2015 the Public Works Department will begin leaf pick-up. PLEASE NOTE: Leaves cannot be mixed with any tree or brush debris. If leaves are mixed with brush they WILL NOT be picked up.

Water Meter Replacement Project

The Village of Larchmont has contracted Rio Supply and National Metering Services Inc. to provide the new meters and install them throughout the Village.  National Metering Services will be contacting residents on behalf of the Village by mail requesting you to schedule an appointment to have your meter changed.  Appointments can made online via the following link: or by phone at 1-888-448-0009 beginning on September 14, 2015.

The new meters have the ability to be read by radio transmitter.  This low frequency signal is safe and not to be confused with “Smart Meters.” There is no cost to residents, the installation process takes about 20 minutes to complete and only requires a brief interruption of water service and the installation of a new wire to the exterior of your home that will connect the water meter with the RF Transmitter. For additional information on the technology please follow this link: Health Effects of Radio Frequency Based AMR/AMI Systems

What to do next:

  • Schedule your appointment online or by phone;
  • An adult should be present for the appointment;
  • The area around the meter must be clear so the technician can work efficiently;

Important Information from the Sanitation Commission

The Village greatly appreciates the recycling efforts of the residents in our community however we are again seeing an increasing number of residents setting out recycling in plastic bags.  Therefore resident are reminded that recycling material must be set out in a recycling bin or reasonably clean garbage can.  Paper products may be set out in brown paper bags or cardboard boxes.  Thank you for your assistance in this matter.