Small Business Saturday in Pelham TODAY 11-4pm!: *This event is being brought to you by the Pelham Chamber of Commerce* Small Business Saturday TODAY! Have you signed up for your photo opportunity yet? We still have plenty of openings and will welcome walk-ins: Sign up here! Joining this green screen event are some of your favorite Pelham Businesses including: DeCicco & Sons Pelham Tig & Peach Beau & Co. Bracelets Flour Power Shellac Chestnut Baked Goods BuddhaBooth and the Junior League of Pelham   Just a few of the things happening around town:Vincents Fine Jewelry will be offering 20% offTig & Peach is hosting Elsa and Ana story time and sing-along (this is a ticketed event - go to their website to sign up!) Tig & Peach offering 10% for Small Business Saturday Thrive Barre & Fitness offering $5 off every $50 spend on merchSue's Corner will be collecting letters to Santa and will be sending responses back to the kids before Christmas Pelham Art Center will be hosting their annual holiday sale Junior League Of Pelham will be selling their snowflakes And to ensure everyone's safety Meridian Realty Consultants & Meridian Risk Management will be providing everyone with hand sanitizer. A very special thank you to Wise Hardware for donating supplies to decorate 200 Fifth Ave and Artistic Manner Flower Shop & Greenhouse for supplying the green balloonsAnd to Michael Lamy Graphic Design for the new Pelham Chamber of Commerce Banner.

Town of Pelham

Town of Pelham

Welcome to the Town of Pelham!

Pelham is the oldest town in Westchester County. Thomas Pell signed a treaty in 1654 with the Siwanoy Indians to buy what is not only the Town of Pelham but is all of the Bronx, and the land along Long Island Sound, north to the Rye border. The State Legislature incorporated the Town of Pelham on March 7, 1788, and at that time included all of City Island and what is now Pelham Bay Park east of the Hutchinson River. In 1895, the Town of Pelham was reduced to its current area. Two Villages were incorporated within the Town, the Village of Pelham Manor in 1891, and the Village of Pelham, in 1896.


Due to an abundance of caution and the desire to protect the public and staff the following steps will be implemented with regard to all TOWN HALL BUSINESS.  TOWN HALL WILL BE CLOSED, THOUGH AVAILABLE AS NEEDED.  If you need immediate assistance, call the office number below leave a message and someone will return your call:


Criminal Matters (914) 738-7030
Vehicle & Traffic (914) 813-1651
Parking Tickets (914) 738-2205


Assessor's Office (914) 738-2878
Tax Receiver's Office (914) 738-4594
Town Clerk's Office (914) 738-0777
Supervisor/Comptroller (914) 738-0370


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