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COVID-19 is a serious infection that remains a threat in our community. Because it spreads easily to people in close contact, please take precautions now to protect family and friends: Wear a mask, wash/sanitize hands often, social distance, and avoid large gatherings. Get tested- testing is local and free. Stay home and isolate if you are sick.

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This page contains the latest information from the City of New Rochelle. Additional updates can be found on the  Westchester County and New York State websites. Sign up  HERE to receive City updates via phone, text or email.

To report a violation of mask or physical distancing requirements, please call the State's Task Force at 1-833-789-0470 or the New Rochelle City Manager's Office at 914-654-2140.

  1. Local Updates
  2. County and State updates
  1. City of New Rochelle Invites Submission of Images for COVID One-Year Reflection

    Residents, businesses, schools, houses of worship, organizations, not-for-profits and more are invited to contribute to a virtual image gallery
  2. New York State Update Feb. 5

    As has been clear during this pandemic, people with comorbidities and underlying conditions are more likely to succumb to COVID-19.
  3. City Update- January 28

    Yellow Zone restrictions lifted in New Rochelle. Stay vigilant with masks, hand washing, and distancing. Vaccine supply still limited. Check NYS and WC locations for appointments.
  4. City Update- January 12

    Vaccines now available for ages 65 and up. Visit NYS website or call 1-833-NYS-4-VAX for an appointment.
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- Yellow Zone restrictions have been lifted.

- As of January 12, New Yorkers in Phase 1a and segments of Phase 1b are eligible for the vaccines. All vaccinations are by appointment only. Eligible groups include doctors, nurses and health care workers, people age 65 and over, first responders, teachers, public transit workers, grocery store workers and public safety workers. Appointments can be made online or by phone 1-833-NYS-4-VAX (1-833-697-4829). Learn more 

- If you are a senior in need of special assistance making a reservation for your vaccination, you can contact New Rochelle’s Office for the Aging at (914) 654-2363. If you are eligible and need assistance scheduling a vaccination appointment, please contact to be connected to a volunteer in the future when appointments are readily available who can help you navigate the appointment process. 

-City hall is open by appointment only. Parks remain open. Sanitation and recycling collections continue as scheduled.

-For school status, contact the City School District

NYS Department of Health
NYS Hotline
Schedule a test/get COVID info
(888) 364-3065

Westchester County Department of Health   
(914) 813-5000
Coronavirus information

Westchester County Consumer Protection
Report denials of goods or services
(914) 995-2155

City School District   
COVID school updates              
(914) 576-4300  

New Rochelle City Manager's Office  
(914) 654-2140 

Public Information Office
Register for NewRoAlert
(914) 654-2391