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Please check with the building department before starting any project to determine if permits are required, the following list is not a complete comprehensive list. Other types of projects may also require permits.
A building permit is required to:
- Erect, enlarge, remove, improve, or convert buildings or structures, such as an attached/detached garages, carports, breezeways, storage sheds, and porches
- Convert the use of a building or part of a building
- Install, relocate or remove interior partitions or walls
- Repair fire damage
- Demolish any building, including a garage
- Install a masonry chimney, metal smokestack or wood stove
- Install in ground or above ground swimming pool
- Install tennis courts
- Install antennae (dish and transmitting)
- Install exterior impervious surfaces such as driveways, patios, sidewalks, retaining walls
- Replace roof
- Install fences
- Install HVACs
- Install generators
- Install new windows or doors
A plumbing permit is required to install:
- Plumbing fixtures such as sinks, bathtubs, showers, water closets, water heaters, garbage disposals
- Water lines, sanitary drainage lines or vent lines
- Hot water heaters
A plumbing permit is not required to:
- Repair existing plumbing fixtures (as long as re-piping is not required)
For details, visit the
For more information visit the Housing Choice Voucher Program page.
You can check the status of your application online once your application has been submitted. Instructions were provided when you applied. The Town of Mamaroneck cannot verify your application status over the phone.
Payment in full is due by April 30th without penalty.
Payment in full or 1st half installment is due by September 30th without penalty.
2nd half payment is due by January 31st without penalty.
No. However, email reminders will be sent to those who sign up for Comptroller/Tax Receiver information notifications by visiting the Town of Mamaroneck website.
Town & County payments can be made beginning April 1st. School taxes beginning on September 1st.
Yes- Using E-Checks –No Cost Service to Taxpayers!
Convenience fees for payments are collected in a separate transaction in accordance with fees below. In addition, New York State law mandates that the Town of Mamaroneck does not receive any portion of the convenience fee – this fee is retained by the payment processing vendors enabling the transaction. Convenience fees are also non-refundable.
VISA Debit Card (only) $3.95 flat fee per transaction
VISA Credit Card /MasterCard /Discover /American Express – 2.45% of tax bill per transaction
October through June. Please check our website for specific dates and times.
NO, you do not need a membership.
Spectators are free during public ice skating sessions. There is a fee for spectators during all High School Varsity Hockey games, and during select events held at the rink.
No reservations are required.
YES, Wi-Fi: TOMpublic Password: TOMpublic
All sales are nonrefundable.
YES, toddler size 6 to adult size 13. There are no half sizes. Also available are both, figure skates and hockey skates.
NO, outside food is not permitted. There is a concession stand available with a full menu.
YES, the temperature inside the arena averages around 50 degrees.
We suggest you wear comfortable, warm clothing, and gloves. Socks are required for all rental skates.
NO, they are not permitted on the ice.
NO, ONLY ice skates are permitted on the ice.
Although not required, we do recommend a helmet (bicycle or ski) for both, children and adults.
Lockers are available for 50 cents (quarters only). Cashier can make change.
NO, they are not permitted during public sessions. We do offer Stick Times for hockey players to come and bring their stick and pucks. Please check our website for more information.
NO, we do not offer skate sharpening.
NO "in and outs" are permitted.
The lost a found is located in a bin to the left of the Skate Rental Room. You may call 914-834-1069 if you need assistance.
YES, please call 914-834-1069 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
YES, we have Barn Burner Grill with a full menu of items.
No, a pool membership must be purchased to be admitted into the facility.
Yes, a membership is required to participate in any pool program. If purchasing a Basic Individual Membership for a program, no fee is charged at the door when attending the class.
Yes, we have a lift that can help assist patrons into the water. The facility also has two easy access ladders (one in each shallow end) with smaller hand rails and angled steps.
Yes, members can bring two guests per cardholder for an additional fee (Guest fees). No guest privileges allowed with Basic Individual Membership or the Ten Visit Pass.
No. All staff/instructors employed by the Town of Mamaroneck Recreation must meet established minimum certification requirements & employment standards. Therefore, only those individuals properly authorized by the Town may teach at Town operated facilities.
We currently are not offering any private lessons.
The Hommocks pool is owned and operated by the Mamaroneck School District, please see message below.
A Message from the Mamaroneck Board of Education
The Hommocks pool was built in 1969 by the Mamaroneck School District as a part of the construction of the Hommocks Middle School. The school District is responsible for ongoing maintenance and improvements of the pool. However, understanding that the pool is a valuable asset to all residents of the community, the School district and the Town of Mamaroneck have always had a cooperative arrangement whereby the Town rents the pool in order to make it available for the community. The Town and the School District work closely to minimize any disruptions caused by closures for periodic maintenance or renovations and will continue to try to keep the public informed of the issues relating to the pool.
A child must be at least 13 years of age or older to enter the facility without a parent/guardian.
Right now we only have gender specific locker rooms. Please speak to the Pool Manager on duty if an accommodation is needed.
YES, however an adult must be in the water within arms reach of the child.
Only during the summer season. Please submit a facility use form to the Recreation Department.
The indoor pool is 44 yards long x 25 yards wide. It is 3'6" to 11' deep.
Weather permitting the courts open on April 1st and close on October 31st.
Court hours: 9:00 am to Dusk
Memberships are recommended. Only members can make advance reservations.
Walk on daily visits are available for residents. See the Tennis section of our website.
Tennis memberships are recommended. Daily visit fees are available for residents, see our Tennis section on our website. No reservations are accepted for non members.
Yes, from April to October there is an attendant on duty. If you need to reach the attendant, please call 914-834-7074.
There are public restrooms, which are only open when the attendant is on duty.
Tennis lessons of any kind are strictly prohibited, except for lessons offered through the Recreation Department. Violators will be asked to leave the courts, and end the lesson immediately.
Members are allowed to make an advanced reservation by calling the tennis courts at 914-834-7074 during the established court hours. Your membership ID card must be provided at the check-in time.
Members are allowed to bring guests. Guest fees must be paid to the attendant prior to play. Cash or exact change is required.
Guests must play on the same court as their host.
Guest fees are nonrefundable.
The on duty attendant will make the decision if the courts are playable. In the event of heavy rain, we reserve the right to close the courts for the day, and cancel all existing reservations.
Please visit our website for information on:
In addition you may click on our online monthly newsletters and Recreation brochure for more info.
Office Hours: Weekdays - 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.
Summer Hours: Memorial Day through Labor Day, Weekdays - 8:30 - 4:00pm.
Residency is determined by which municipality you pay your taxes to. If you reside in either the Unincorporated Town of Mamaroneck, Village of Larchmont or Village of Mamaroneck (excluding the Rye Neck section) you are considered a Resident.
Please click on the link to our online Recreation site at https://web1.myvscloud.com/wbwsc/nymamaroneckwt.wsc/splash.html. Once you create an account, your account must be activated by the Recreation Department.
If you are a resident, you must provide two proofs of residency for your account to be activated. Please send the proofs of residency to email@example.com.
First time memberships can be purchased in person at our Recreation Office. Residents will need to bring two proofs of residency with them at the time of registration. If it is a family membership, all members must come in for a photo ID card. Family members do not have to come in at the same time, although they are required to have the membership ID card before visiting the facility they received a membership for.
Two official current items with your name and address on them. Acceptable proofs of residency are, a valid government issued photo ID such as; a driver's license, and either a current utility bill, rent receipt, lease, or check with an address imprinted.
Please note, library cards, previous years membership ID cards, and tax bills cannot be used as proof of residency.
YES, nonresidents are welcome to register for programs, and all memberships except for Tennis Memberships.
YES, you can come into our Recreation Department during business hours.
Summer Hours: Memorial Day through Labor Day, Weekdays - 8:30 - 4:00pm.
Please contact the Recreation Department at 914-381-7865.
Please click on the link to review our Refund Policy in detail.
No, prorating is not allowed on any program or membersip.
All online transactions will be charged a non-refundable convenience fee. A 2.75% convenience fee is applied for MasterCard, Visa, Discover and debit cards.
A 3.00% convenience fee is applied for American Express.
The Recreation department is always looking for staff to work at a variety of positions. Please visit out employment opportunities section of our website for a job application.
Please click on this link to Westchester County's Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off Site for information about CFLs: http://environment.westchestergov.com/facilities/h-mrf
The Town does not accept any liquids. This includes pesticides, cleaning products, and turpentine. Please click on this link to Westchester County's Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off Site for more information: http://environment.westchestergov.com/facilities/h-mrf
You can dispose of automobile-related liquids, such as motor oil and gasoline, by taking them to your local service station or oil lube center.
The Town of Mamaroneck includes:
- The entire Village of Larchmont
- The "Unincorporated Area" – more commonly referred to as The Town
- Part of the Village of Mamaroneck – the portion that is west of the Mamaroneck River, bordering Rye Neck
Both villages are "incorporated" and self-governing. They, together with the areas that are not incorporated into either village (the "Unincorporated Area"), define the Town as a political and governmental subdivision of New York State.
The Town provides recreation, property assessment services, and election supervision to the Villages of Larchmont and Mamaroneck, and direct municipal services including police, fire, and sanitation to residents of the "Unincorporated Area". The Town elects its own officials, adopts its own laws, and manages its own finances.
To determine which municipality you live in, find your address on our
Town Center is open on Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Summer Hours Memorial Day - Labor Day: 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
740 West Boston Post Road
Town of Mamaroneck, NY 10543