News and Events for Larchmont Residents
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From the Mayor

Dear Larchmonters,

Fall is finally here! I hope everyone is enjoying the cooler weather! 

Unfortunately, the wet weather pulled the plug on Larchmont Day. However, the Village has several events lined up for the rest of October and November! From traditional events like the Ragamuffin new events such as Larchmont's first annual Fall the Window Painting that's making a comeback...Larchmont is a great place to celebrate all things Fall! Click the button below for the full upcoming events list for October and November:

Click Here to View All Upcoming October and November Events in Larchmont!

In other news, Deputy Mayor Dana Post and I attended a tri-municipal vigil to show support for the State of Israel, along with our colleagues in the Town of Mamaroneck and Village of Mamaroneck, several local, County, and State officials, and local Jewish leaders from the Larchmont and Mamaroneck areas. It was a solemn and moving event, and an opportunity for us as local leaders to show support for Israel and our Jewish neighbors in the wake of the terrible terrorist attacks earlier this month. Scroll down to see some pictures from the vigil and a video by LMC Media.

Finally, I'd like to highlight that with the start of the fall clean-up season, Electric Leaf Blowers are allowed to be used during the period of October 15 thru December 15, with certain limitations. Gas-powered leaf blowers are prohibited at all times. Scroll down for more information!

I hope to see you around the Village and at our upcoming events!

Warm regards,

Mayor Sarah Bauer

Village News

Oct 15 - Dec 15: Electric Leaf Blowers permitted for Fall Clean-Up. Gas-Powered Leaf Blowers Prohibited at all times.

Electric leaf blowers may be used during this period only during the following times:

  • Mondays through Fridays, excluding holidays: between 8:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
  • Saturdays: between 10:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m.
  • Sundays and holidays: property owners only between 10:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.

As leaves fall, consider mulch-mowing as an alternative to piling leaves for collection. Or, collect leaves from hardscapes and landscapes and place them around shrubs and trees, and in garden beds and compost piles. Grass clippings and leaves will protect pollinators, suppress weeds, nourish the soil and minimize the need for chemical fertilizer.


As unexpected heavy rainfall is now the norm, it is very important to ensure that street storm drains are kept free of debris. Call the Village at (914) 834-6965 to report a drain in need of clearing.

Reminder: Dogs at Village Parks

Residents are reminded that dogs are allowed in most parks, but must be leashed at all times. In addition, dogs are prohibited in Flint Park as they present a health risk for organized camp and youth activities at the park.


Fall Tennis and Pickleball Registration and Permits at Flint Park

Community News

Tri-Municipal Vigil to Show Support for the State of Israel

The Village of Larchmont, Village of Mamaroneck, and Town of Mamaroneck came together on Wednesday, October 11th, at Harbor Island Park for a community vigil showing support for the State of Israel in the wake of devastating terrorist attacks. It was an inspiring event featuring speeches from County Executive George Latimer, County Legislator Catherine Parker, NYS State Senator Shelley Mayer, NYS Assembly member Steve Otis, local elected officials and Rabbis from synagogues in the Larchmont and Mamaroneck areas. Larchmont's own Deputy Mayor Dana Post spoke on behalf of the Village, stating that "unity is our strength in the face of terrorism."

Watch the video of the vigil below from LMC Media:

Watch the video of the vigil below from LMC Media:

Video Credit: LMC Media

LMC Celebrates with 40th Anniversary Gala

LMC Media celebrated it's 40th anniversary at it's gala on October 11, 2023, hosted in their new location at Mamaroneck Cinemas on Mamaroneck Avenue.

Check out some of the pictures from the main event! The full gallery is available at

Credit: LMC Media

Credit: LMC Media

Credit: LMC Media

State Senator Shelley Mayer and State Assemblyman Steve Otis Announce New Law Bolstering Climate Mitigation Practices to Protect Living Shorelines

Credit: LMC Media

Senator Mayer and Assemblyman Otis, along with Mayor Bauer, Supervisor Eney, and other local leaders gathered for a press conference on October 3 to celebrate legislation just signed into law by Governor Hochul requiring the Department of Environmental Conservation to encourage the use of nature-based solutions as the preferred approach for stabilizing tidal shorelines. Read the full press release here.

Spotted Lanternfly Resources

Cornell Cooperative Extension provides information free and online for residents to access regarding Spotted Lanternfly (SLF).

Residents are encouraged to visit their CCE Westchester webpage for more resources on building traps and mitigating these pests.

Climate Smart Communities

Did you know that Larchmont is a registered Climate Smart Community? Visit to find out more!

Join the Larchmont-Mamaroneck Pollinator Pathways team!

LMPP is a local organization dedicated to promoting the benefits of native plants and pollinator gardens through education and by example. We organize garden tours open to the public, show groups of residents general tips on composting and native gardening, and distribute free seeds, native plants, and milkweed for monarch butterflies. 


Please join us if you are interested in learning about and showing others how to create a pollinator habitat in a yard or apartment garden, and in public spaces.


For meeting times and location, please contact: [email protected].

Village Calendar

For *times* and *locations*, please visit the Village Website.

Sun 10/15 Electric Leaf Blower Allowance Period Begins (thru Dec 15)

Mon 10/16 Village Board Work Session (5:30 PM)

Mon 10/16 Board of Trustees Meeting (7:30 PM)

Tue 10/17 Planning Board Meeting

Thu 10/19 Larchmont Environmental Committee

Wed 10/25 Architectural Review Board Meeting

Wed 11/01 Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting

Mon 11/06 Village Board Work Session (moved to 7:00 PM)

Tue 11/07 Election Day - Village Office Closed

Fri 11/10 Veterans Day (Observed) - Village Office Closed

Sat 11/11 Veterans Day

Thu 11/16 Larchmont Environmental Committee

Minutes for previous Board of Trustees meetings can be found HERE.


(Flyers and Additional Event Information Here)

Wed 10/18 Reduce Food Waste with Delicious Recipes (featuring renowned local chef Adam Kaye - free community class)

Fri 10/20 Yoga in the Park

Sat 10/21 Spotted Lanternfly Trap Workshop (signup required)

Sat 10/21 Ragamuffin Parade - Larchmont and Palmer Aves

Sun 10/22 The 'College Conversation' Live!

Fri 10/27 Yoga in the Park

Sun 11/05 The Daffodil Project Kristallnacht Commemoration - Playhouse Plaza Park

Thu 11/16 Fall-Themed Window Painting

Sat 11/18 Larchmont Fall Fest

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