Create an Account - Increase your productivity, customize your experience, and engage in information you care about.
In the interest of health and safety with COVID cases rising in our area, New Rochelle City Hall offices will move to appointment-only access beginning Monday, August 16. Appointments can be made by contacting departments directly during regular business hours, 8:30AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday. Masks will be required of all visitors regardless of vaccination status.
Many City services can be accessed online. Phone numbers for each office are listed on the City website, including:
City Clerk (914) 654-2159
Development (914) 654-2185
Bureau of Buildings (914) 654-2035. A drop box is available at the rear entrance to City Hall.
Parking (LAZ) (914) 654-2186
Section 8 Housing Choice Voucher Office 1 Radisson Plaza (914) 654-2179
Assessment (914) 654-2052
Tax (914 654-2059
Fire Department (914) 654-2212
Code Enforcement Appointments (914) 654-2213
Human Resources (914) 654-2168
Civil Service (914) 654-2171 Job and exam applications can also be submitted electronically at www.newrochelleny.com/jobs
Parks & Recreation (914) 654-2087
Youth Bureau (914) 654-2045
Senior Services 94 Davis Ave. (914) 235-2363
Hugh A. Doyle Senior Center programs are by reservation and services by appointment.
Police Department (914) 654-2300 Due to limited resources, all requests for Police Records (Incident Reports, Accident Reports, Records Search, Letters of Good Conduct, etc.) should be made by calling the Records Unit at (914) 654-2235.
Public Works (914) 654-2130
City Manager (914) 654-2140
Mayor (914) 654-2150
“While City Hall offices will move to appointment-only, our services continue uninterrupted,” said City Manager Charles B. Strome, III. Parks, recreation programs and the Marina remain open. Sanitation and recycling are being picked up as scheduled. Police, fire and emergency services remain 24/7.