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City of Rye City Manager's Office
1051 Boston Post Rd, Rye, NY 10580
The City Manager's Office oversees the city's operations and the operations of all departments within Rye's cityMore government. The city manager also prepares the tentative budget, hires personnel, and provides regular and special reports to the council, while simultaneously working with city officers, boards and commissions appointed by the council. Since the city manager is also appointed by the City Council, the council can replace him or her at any time.
City of Rye Planning Department
1051 Boston Post Rd, Rye, NY 10580
The City of Rye Planning Department is responsible for preserving and enhancing the quality of life in the City of RyeMore by assisting in the review of land development applications. This ensures that all future development abides by the city code and New York State law. The department also provides technical assistance to the City Council, city staff, and other city boards and commissions, prepares and/or oversees special planning studies and analysis, and assists Rye residents, businesses and professionals with planning-related matters.
Rye TV
1051 Boston Post Rd, Rye, NY 10580
Under the purview of the town's local government, Rye TV is responsible for the television production needs of all cityMore departents and agencies, as well as overseeing residential access to the town's community channel. Rye TV also oversees town's cable franchises, which are awarded by the city council to qualified multi-channel service providers, in this case, Verizon and Cablevision of Westchester. The network's studio is located in Rye High School. For more information, please contact Rye TV at the provided telephone number, or visit its website.
Rye City Hall
1051 Boston Post Rd, Rye, NY 10580

The government of the City of Rye is run by the city manager and a city council, which includes an elected mayor andMore six council members. 

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.

City Council meetings are held in the council chambers every two weeks on Wednesday at 8pm.