Duties & Responsibilities
The Village Clerk is located on the main floor of Village Hall and is open Monday through Friday from 9AM to 4PM.
The Village Clerk is a public officer and custodian of all public records maintained by the Village. The primary responsibilities of the Village Clerk involve records management, coordination and supervision of Village Elections, and attendance at all official meetings of the Board of Trustees for recording official minutes of the meeting. The Village Clerk is appointed by the Village Board and serves a term of two (2) years. Clerks are not subject to term limits and may be reappointed at the expiration of a term.
The Vital Statistics office is also part of the Village Clerk's office. The Registrar of Vital Records maintains and issues certified copies of birth and death records of the Village. These records are limited and pertain only to persons who were born in the Village of Bronxville or who actually died within the Village of Bronxville.
The Village Clerk is also the Freedom of Information Officer and processes all requests for records under the Freedom of Information Law.
Through the Village Clerk, Bronxville residents may obtain permanent or temporary handicapped parking permits. The clerk also issues local permits and licenses.
- 2010 Census Village Information
- Employment Opportunities
- FOIL Request (Freedom of Information)
- Handicapped Parking Permit Form
- Map/Street Listing
- Notary Services
- Requests for Bids and Proposals
- Streets Map
- Voter Information
- Westchester County Hazard Mitigation Plan – Public and Stakeholder Outreach