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Village tax bills are dated for June 01. If the June 30 due date is approaching, and you did not receive a tax bill in the mail, you can view and pay your tax bill online through the Village's tax payment portal. In all other cases, please call the Village Treasurer's Office at 914-834-6202.
Moving forward, the Village will retain all unpaid tax notes and their corresponding accruing penalties, and record them as a tax lien on the property.
- Expansion or adjustments of existing zones in a sprinkler system
- If an autofill is added to any in-ground pool
- Expansion or adjustments to an existing fire suppression system
- Other instances as may be required (please contact the Water Department or Building Department for further information)
Please fill out the Request a Final Water Bill form to submit your request for a final water bill. The Treasurer's Office will reply to your request once it has been completed, or contact you for additional information.
Upon your request, the Water Department can inspect the meter read physically to ensure that it is consistent with the electronic read on your latest bill.
The Village can also offer to switch out your existing meter and have it tested for accuracy by a third party vendor (National Metering Service). If the meter passes inspection, you will be liable for the cost of the test. If the meter is shown to be faulty, the Village will adjust the bill accordingly to compensate for the discrepancy, and pay for the testing fee on your behalf.
Prices vary based on the size of your meter. Please see the Village-Wide Fees & Charges for the current amount of the “Water Meter Testing (3rd party certified testing service)” fee.
First, the water is tested at Shaft 22 in Yonkers, NY, which is part of the Delaware Aqueduct system. From there, our water is retested as it makes its way through the Westchester Joint Water Works system in Rye, NY. Finally, the water is tested by the Village’s Water Department when it arrives into our system.
Based on our own testing, there are no detectable amounts of PFAS found in our water.
There are still some properties with lead pipes on the private side of the connection. If your home was built before 1986, you are more likely to have lead lines and/or lead solder in your plumbing, if they were never replaced. Consider testing your drinking water for lead if you are unsure whether you have a lead line on your side of the connection.