Boards & Commissions

  1. Board of Architectural Review

    The Board of Architectural Review was established in 1990 to review exterior plans or modifications to all structures except one or two family houses.

  2. Board of Assessment Review

    The Board of Assessment Review was established under Assessment Improvement Law to hear grievances against assessments that have been previously filed with the Town Assessor.

  3. Board of Ethics

    The Board of Ethics establishes ethical standards of conduct for employees and persons engaged in business with the Town.

  4. Coastal Zone Management Commission

    The Coastal Zone Management was established in 1986 to monitor and coordinate the implementation of the New York State approved Local Waterfront Revitalization Program of the Town of Mamaroneck and the Village of Larchmont.

  5. Housing Authority

    The Housing Authority was established in 1992 under the Public Housing Law of NYS to provide affordable housing within the Town, including Hommocks Park Apartments.

  6. Library Board of Trustees

    The Library Board is responsible for the selection and performance of the Library Director, adoption of all policies, financing, planning, and evaluating library services.

  7. Planning Board

    The Planning Board was established in 1954 to review plans for the development of vacant areas, streets, and parks taking into account the environment, neighboring properties, traffic and parking. It reviews permits for subdivisions, site plans, freshwater wetlands, and special uses.

  8. Recreation Commission

    The Recreation Commission was established in 1954 to review and recommend recreation programs, activities, and the development or expansion of facilities.

  9. Sanitation Commission

    The Larchmont-Mamaroneck Joint Sanitation Commission oversees the recycling and rubbish collection service for the residents of the Town and the Village of Larchmont.

  10. Sustainability Collaborative

    The Sustainability Collaborative works to preserve and enhance the long term viability of the Town from both environmental and fiscal perspectives.

  11. Town Board

    The Town Board, the governing body for the unincorporated area, consists of a Supervisor and four Council members.

  12. Traffic Committee

    The Traffic Committee was established in 1983 to recommend to the Town Board what, if any, changes should be made in the current traffic control system, including installation of lights, stop signs and parking regulations.

  13. Zoning Board of Appeals

    Established in 1920, the Zoning Board has jurisdiction over residential special use permits and variances; and interprets the zoning code.