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New Rochelle City Hall offices will move to appointment-only access beginning Monday, November 23. Appointments can be made by contacting departments directly during regular business hours, 8:30AM to 4:30 PM, Monday through Friday. NOTE: Offices will be closed for the Thanksgiving holiday November 26 and 27.
Phone numbers are listed for each department on the City website www.newrochelleny.com, 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.
-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. Visit www.newrochelleny.com/jobs
Parks & Recreation (914) 654-2087
-Youth Bureau (914) 654-2045
-Senior Services (914) 235-2363
-Marina (914) 235-6930
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. Records Unit employees will then be able to facilitate the request either electronically or will direct the requestor on the best procedure for record retrieval.
Public Works (914) 654-2130
City Manager: (914) 654-2140
Many City services can be accessed online. The Hugh A. Doyle Senior Center will close in-person programs but services will continue by appointment. For more information visit www.newrochelleny.com/seniors.
City Manager Charles Strome said, “While City office access will move to appointment-only, our services to the public will continue uninterrupted. Parks and the Marina are open, sanitation, recycling and fall leaves will be picked up as scheduled and police, fire and emergency services remain 24/7.”
For the latest information on coronavirus visit www.newrochelleny.com/coronavirus health.westchestergov.com or call Westchester 2-1-1.