1. Ambulance District

    The Town of Mamaroneck Ambulance District, established in 1994, oversees the administration, operations, and quality of emergency paramedic ambulance services, Larchmont/Town of Mamaroneck Volunteer Ambulance Corps (LVAC) and the Village of Mamaroneck Emergency Medical Services (MEMS).

  2. Assessor

    The Town Assessor is responsible for reviewing and determining the value of all property within the Town and insuring the accuracy of property assessment maps. The value of all parcels determines the Town’s assessment roll which is the basis for annual tax levies.

  3. Building Department

    We are here to serve the public by issuing permits for all new construction, additions, alterations, erosion control, plumbing, signs and tree removal in accordance with all applicable local and state building codes.

  4. Community Services

    The office of Community Services was established in 1976 to provide information, referral and support services to residents of the Town of Mamaroneck and Village of Larchmont.

  5. Comptroller / Receiver of Taxes

    The Comptroller acts as financial steward of all Town assets, and is responsible for maintaining the integrity of the Town’s financial information which is required for accurate and effective decision making by management and the governing body of the Town.

  6. Conservation Department

    The Conservation Department is responsible for the protection of the environment in the Town of Mamaroneck. The Conservation Department has one full-time staff member, the Environmental Planner, and a seasonal staff of local high school and college students.

  7. Emergency Management

    Under the direction of the Town Administrator/Emergency Manager, the Town of Mamaroneck Emergency Management Committee is charged with the development and maintenance of the Town's Comprehensive Emergency Management Plan.

  8. Engineering Department

    The Town Engineering Department serves the Town by providing professional services in the form of planning, design, project management, construction inspection, and oversight.

  9. Fire Department

    The Town of Mamaroneck Fire Department, located at the Weaver Street Firehouse, consists of approximately 70 volunteer firefighters, 14 career firefighters, and a very active Junior Firefighter program.

  10. Highway Department

    The Highway Department is responsible to maintain the infrastructure and associated road network within the Unincorporated area of the Town. The department performs a wide array of tasks regarding routine maintenance, seasonal, emergency, and special projects.

  11. Housing Programs & Services

  12. Information Technology

    Information Technology staff provide appropriate access to, support for and maintenance of all systems, workstations and services that sustain, enhance and extend the delivery of high quality, user-focused service.

  13. Justice Court

    The Town Court is a part of the Unified Court System of New York State and has both criminal and civil adjudication powers in cases of original jurisdiction.

  14. Police Department

    The Town of Mamaroneck Police Department protects and preserves the rights of its citizens and enforces applicable state, county, and local laws. It provides fundamental police services such as crime prevention and investigation, patrol, and traffic enforcement.

  15. Recreation Department

    Recreation Department

  16. Senior Programs & Services

    Senior Programs & Services

  17. Supervisor

    The Supervisor is the Town's chief executive officer. As Chair of the Board she presides over all Town Board meetings which are open to the public. The Supervisor and Council members propose legislation and make policy decisions that directly affect residents.

  18. Town Administrator

    The Town Board created the position of Town Administrator in 1981 to provide the government with greater centralization and efficiency.

  19. Town Attorney

    The Town Attorney renders legal advice as general counsel to the Town Board, the Town Administrator and the members of each of the Town’s Departments, Boards, Committees and Commissions, except for the Board of Appeals and the Planning Board which have separate counsel.

  20. Town Clerk

    The Town Clerk serves residents directly through the issuance of licenses and permits as well as serving as the Town's Records Management Officer. In addition, the Town Clerk serves the Town Board as the recording secretary for all their proceedings and decisions.