Town Hall will be open to the public, by reservation only, beginning Tuesday, September 8, 2020. You can make a reservation up to seven days in advance with the Town Clerk/Receiver of Taxes, the Assessor, Recreation and Parks, and the Building and Development Department.
For the convenience and safety of our residents and staff, most of our transactions can be completed via mail, email, by calling us, or using this website. Appointments are for transactions or items that must be completed in-person.
Town Clerk/Receiver of Taxes Appointments
We strongly advise our residents to continue to use the drop box on the first floor of town hall as well as the United States Postal Service for payment of taxes. We continue to hold post-dated checks and can email tax receipts to you upon request. Our on-line ACH tax payment system is also available without charge through our website. Credit card payments are also accepted with a service fee. Please visit our website for further information: https://www.mynewcastle.org/240/Pay-Taxes-Online or email the tax office at TAXES@mynewcastle.org or call the tax office at 914.238.4773. For Marriage license appointments please call 238-7272.
What the Town Clerk Does
The Town Clerk's Office was created as an appointment in 1933. The Town Clerk serves a two-year term and is appointed by the Town Board.
The Town Clerk’s Office keeps its finger on the pulse of the community as the keeper of all Town records. The Clerk’s Office accurately maintains:
- Adopted Town ordinances
- All Town Board meeting minutes and agendas
- Employee appointments and resignations
- Local laws
How the Town Clerk Can Assist You
The Town Clerk’ Office can assist you with:
- Applying for a parking permit
- Filing a request under the Freedom of Information Law (FOIL)
- Licensing your dog
- A marriage license
Certified copies of marriage, birth and death records are also available from this office. The Town Clerk’s Office also oversees bid openings for the Town.