RYE LINKS
City of Rye Official Site
Rye Record Newspaper
Jay Center

Resurrection School

Rye Arts Center
Rye Police Department
Rye City School District
Rye Country Day School
Rye Fire Department
Rye Free Reading Room
Rye Historical Society
Rye Merchant's Association
Rye Nature Center
Rye Neck School District
Rye Newcomers Club
Rye Playland

Rye Recreation
Rye YMCA

School of the Holy Child
The Osborn
Wainwright House
Westchester County Site
Westchester Airport
Rye Weather Forecast, NY (10580)

Distance to NYC: 25 miles
Area: 6 square miles

Rye was the first permanent settlement in Westchester County in 1660, incorporated as the county's smallest city in 1942. It is served by Metro-North New Haven Line, which provides a 38-minute express commute to New York City at regular commuting hours.

Rye City is "a little city" blessed with an abundance of natural resources: two miles of coastline on Long Island Sound, marine vistas, and a wealth of trees. Shopping centers, motels and manufacturing companies have been successfully kept out of Rye by the ever-watchful mayors and councils since 1942, permitting at the same time careful development of some corporate headquarters and office buildings on the city's perimeter. A variety of distinctive shops, boutiques and services form an interesting shopping area on its tree-lined streets.