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Posted June 4, 2020

- Early Voting will take place at the Eastchester Public Library - Please click on Dates and Times for further information

- Democratic Primary Election Day is June 23, 2020 from 6:00am to 9:00pm. Polling Locations have been consolidated as follows:

  • Eastchester Town Residents will vote at the Eastchester Middle School (does not include residents of Tuckahoe and Bronxville Villages) 
  • Village of TUCKAHOE Residents will vote at the Tuckahoe Community Center

Posted May 22, 2020
Street Clean Up for the month of JUNE 2020 has been suspended throughout the Town of Eastchester.

Posted May 14, 2020

Below is an update on the status of upcoming elections.

June 9: School Board Election and Budget Vote

On May 1, 2020, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo issued Executive Order 202.26 delaying school board elections and budget votes statewide until June 9, 2020.  

Two current Bronxville School Board Members, Jennifer Russo and Michael F. Finley, are running for reelection for a term of three-years.  

The election and budget vote will be conducted by mail, and "all qualified voters will be sent an absentee ballot with return postage paid."

September 15: Village of Bronxville Elections

Governor Andrew Cuomo's Executive Order 202.26, also delayed village elections until September 15, 2020.

 Posted May 7, 2020
All Garth Road Permits are due to expire June 30, 2020. The Renewal process for all Garth Road Permits (Residents, Visitors and Merchants) will begin May 15, 2020. Please do not come to the Town Clerk's Office. You may visit our Garth Road RENEWAL page to complete your renewal application online. If submitting your application online is not an option for you, you may call the office at 914-771-3351 and we will mail one to you or you may Email us to request an application. We will mail your permit to you. No permits will be issued in person.

Information related to Executive Order 202.20 regarding on-line and remote Marriage Licenses and remote marriage ceremonies

On Saturday, April 18, 2020 Governor Cuomo issued an Executive Order temporarily modifying Domestic Relations Law. The text of Executive Order 2020.20 is available here:

The following is a summary of the Order prepared by the Eastchester Town Clerk’s Office:

The requirement to obtain a Marriage License within 60 days of the wedding has been waived,

Persons who obtained a Marriage License and who were unable to get married during the 60 day time frame may obtain a second license, mirroring the original, and have the fee will be waived,

A marriage ceremony may be performed utilizing audio-video technology provided the conditions detailed in the Order are met.

Issuance of On-line Marriage License Applications:

- New York City is equipped to issue on-line licenses. Please check their website for additional information:

- The Executive Order states Local Towns and Cities Clerks, outside New York City, may provide guidance related to how marriage license applications and issuance will be implemented in their jurisdictions. 

Couples residing within the municipal boundaries of the Town of Eastchester, Village of Tuckahoe or the Village of Bronxville who wish to obtain a Marriage License and/or Schedule an On-Line Ceremony should email Town Clerk Linda Laird at to make arrangements.

**Posted March 25, 2020**

To limit the community spread of COVID-19, DEC is encouraging hunters, trappers, and anglers to purchase sporting licenses online. Sporting licenses may be purchased online at any time, and anglers may use their privileges immediately by simply carrying their transaction number (DEC-LS#) with them while afield.

Anglers, hunters, and trappers may also use the HuntFishNY mobile app to display an electronic copy of their license. The HuntFishNY app is available for download through the Apple App or Google Play stores.Back tags and carcass tags must still be mailed, and customers should allow 10-14 days for receipt of their tags.

DEC will provide updates periodically via email, social media, and at We will also be available to respond to questions or concerns regarding visitation opportunities at

SCHOOL DISTRICT Bond Vote and other Information:
For any information regarding Education, School Elections, Cirriculum, etc, please contact your school district office.

Eastchester 914-793-6130;    Tuckahoe 914-337-6600;    Bronxville 914-395-0500

VILLAGE ELECTIONS previously scheduled for March 18, 2020:
All Statewide Village Elections have been postponed per Governor Cuomo’s Executive Order amid COVID-19 Pandemic.  A link is provided below to obtain information regarding Absentee Voting as well as the link to the Westchester Board of Election for general information:

Absentee Ballot Application:

Westchester County Board of Elections General Information:

**effective March 17, 2020**

In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic,  all vital records requests must be received via the mail, please follow instructions below for mail in requests.  

Also, please submit all permit requests and renewals via the mail or email. 

While we will be processing mail and responding to email and phone requests, no counter requests will be processed.  Our email and phone messages will be monitored regularly.

We thank you for your understanding.


Linda Laird
Town Clerk

Mary Swikata
Deputy Town Clerk

Karen Campanile
Senior Office Assistant - Office Manager

Town of Eastchester
40 Mill Road
Eastchester, NY 10709
914-771-3366 (fax)

Go to Frequently Asked Questions

The Town Clerk’s Office is the gateway to government and the hub of the Town's administrative system. It is often the initial source of information about the Town, serving residents and visitors in person at the office, over the telephone and on the Town’s web site.

Role of the Town Clerk:

Marriage Licenses are issued Monday- Friday between the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.  Please call 771-3351 to make an appointment.

As a service to Eastchester, Bronxville and Tuckahoe residents only, the Town Clerk will officiate Marriage Ceremonies at Town Hall during regular business hours. Please call for an appointment.

Issue Garth Road Parking Permits

Garth Road residents, merchants and visitors can obtain an application from the Town Clerk's Office. Completed application must be returned with required documentation (driver's license, vehicle registration, proof of residence and/or employment on Garth Road, letter from resident for visitor). No permits issued to anyone with outstanding tickets. There is no fee. Permits are valid July 1st to June 30th of the following year and must be renewed every year. Overnight guests and service personnel should be encouraged to use one of the 114 non-permit spaces located on the southerly part of Grayrock, along Essex and on Garth Road near the play park. A map of these permit-free zones is available from the Town Clerk's office. You may also call the Eastchester Police Department (961-3464) to have your short term visitor placed on an exempt list, giving the desk officer all the pertinent information: year and make of car, license plate number and location of vehicle. This call must be placed daily. Full-time employees may apply for a Merchant Permit. Part-time employees and frequent visitors may apply for a Visitor Parking Permit, but only if they must park on Garth Road on weekdays between 7 and 9:00 a.m. on a regular basis.

Resident Application                                   Merchant Application                              Visitor Application

* Issue Commuter Parking Permits

The Grayrock Commuter Parking Lot adjacent to the Scarsdale Railroad Station consists of 107 spaces Metro North land east of the wall along Grayrock Road in the Town of Eastchester, in the area immediately south of the Village of Scarsdale municipal boundary and the Village's Freightway Garage.

Permits are available to commuters and residents of Garth Road. The fee is $195 per quarter ($65 per month). Grayrock lot Commuter Application , Garth Rd Resident Commuter Lot and Rules and Regulations.

* Issue Scarsdale Avenue Resident Commuter Permits.

* Serve as Liason to the Westchester County Board of Elections

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