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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, avoid large gatherings get tested, and get vaccinated as soon as you can. 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.

  1. Local Updates
  2. County and State updates
  1. Emergence Broadband Benefit helps families to afford internet service

    Discounts include $50/month towards broadband services and a one-time discount of $100 towards a laptop, desktop or tablet purchase for eligible families
  2. Vaccines Available Locally

    Accessibility has increased significantly in New Rochelle and Westchester
  3. NYS Adopts new CDC mask guidance for fully vaccinated people

  4. NYS mass vaccination sites open to walk-ins 4/29

    Closest sites are Yonkers Armory and Westchester County Center. Walk-ins for first dose only. Read on...
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Individuals who live, work, or study in New York and are age 16 or older are eligible for the vaccine. Vaccinations are readily available in New Rochelle and throughout our region. See VACCINE PAGE for more information.


As of May 3rd, City Hall is open to the public

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