The City of Rye Boat Basin is located at the northernmost part of Milton Harbor in the western section of the Long…More Island Sound. Equipped to house boats of various sizes, the Boat Basin has about 425 summer slips in the water and also stores trailered boats on land. In the winter, the Basin is capable of storing about 175 boats on land and an additional 25 boats in a de-iced winter wet area.</p>
<p>The facility is open to non-Rye residents, which make up about 30% of the Boat Basin population. However, non-residents pay a higher annual mooring fee and do not take priority on the waiting list.</p>
<p>Though it is owned by the City of Rye, the Boat Basin must generate its own revenue to fund operations. </p>
Tide Mill Yacht Basin 191 Kirby Ln, Rye, NY10580 Established in 1972, the Tide Mill Yacht Basin offers summer dockage and winter storage for speed and sail boats. It is…More located in a naturally protected basin with a privately maintained deep-water channel for easy access to the Long Island Sound. Services include mechanical, engine, cleaning and waxing, minor repairs and major refurbishing work.
The government of the City of Rye is run by the city manager and a city council, which includes an elected mayor and…More six council members. </p>
<p>This governing body handles various municipal duties like managing city funds and forming local laws and ordinances. They also appoint a city manager who supervises the city's 17 departments. These departments include the assessor's office, police and fire, engineering, public works, recreation, building, the planner's office, boat basin and the city clerk's office, among others.</p>
<p>City Council meetings are held in the council chambers every two weeks on Wednesday at 8pm.</p>