Village of Rye Brook
Formerly a part of the Town of Rye, in 1982 this are was incorporated as the Village of Rye Brook. Bordered by Rye, Harrison and Greenwich, Connecticut, it offers a 38-40 minute commute to New York City.
Predominantly a tranquil residential village with a community minded, politically active constituency. The tax base is augmented by a broad range of retail, professional and service oriented businesses which include the Rye Town Hilton, Arrowwood Conference Center and Royal Executive Corporate Park.
State-wide and National Excellence Awards for both the Ridge Street Elementary School and the Blind Brook Junior and Senior High School have created a body of tuition students from many of the surrounding towns.
The Ridge Street County School for Pre-K through age 6 is an accredited nursery school.
There are three parochial elementary schools, and nearby Rye Country Day School, which is a private small-class school for students Pre-K thru 12.
The "espirit de corps" in the community is education. Parents, teachers and students are committed to furtherance of quality educational services.
The after-school enrichment programs - ballet/jazz, music, art, cooking, chess, languages and sports clubs for all grade levels - enjoy exceptional participation.
Forty minutes from Manhattan and within close commuting distance of White Plains and Stamford by car or train, Rye Brook has easy access to the Hutchinson River and Merritt Parkways and to Interstate Routes 95 and 287. Westchester County Airport, situated in Rye Brook, provides supremely convenient air travel.