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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 or 1st half installment is due each year by September 30th without penalty. 2nd half payment is due each year 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.
Payment in full is due each year by April 30th without penalty.
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.
$2.50 flat fee for eCheck
$3.95 flat fee for Visa Debit Cards (only)
2.50% for VISA /MasterCard /Discover /American Express
Yes. You may pay your 2017/2018 school tax bill online with penalty up until April 30th, 2018.
No. Prior years are not available for payment online. You must contact the Town Tax Office at 914-381-7860 for up to date tax bill balance information.
Once a payment is made online, the transaction will reflect a “Pending” status for up to 5 business days after you make your payment.
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.