Rye, NY

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Known for its historic charm, natural beauty, and small-town appeal, Rye delights residents and visitors alike. Nestled along the Long Island Sound coastline, this Westchester County gem has much to offer.


Rye has a population of approximately 15,000 residents. This tight-knit community maintains a steady population with modest growth over time. Rye is predominantly white but attracts families of diverse backgrounds to enjoy its high quality of life.


Rye’s history stretches back to the 17th century when English settlers arrived. Its scenic location along the coast drove early development. Many historic homes and buildings from the colonial era remain standing today.

Rye evolved into a vacation destination in the late 1800s, with beach hotels drawing New York City tourists. It maintains its historic small town charm while continuing to move forward.

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Quality of Life

With beautiful beaches, nature preserves, a vibrant downtown, and excellent schools, Rye offers an outstanding quality of life. It provides a peaceful setting to raise a family with suburban convenience and charm.

The tight-knit community comes together for events like the holiday bonfire and sand castle contest. Rye encapsulates small town Americana.


Rye is conveniently located near some of Westchester County’s premier healthcare. White Plains Hospital and Greenwich Hospital provide advanced specialty care just minutes away.

Within the city limits, several private practices offer primary care, therapy, dental and more. Public health initiatives further support wellness among residents.


Low crime rates contribute to the sense of safety and security in Rye. Violent crime is practically nonexistent while property crime remains well below state and national averages.

The Rye Police Department diligently patrols the community and has fostered close relationships with residents. Citizens also look out for one another, further promoting safety.


The area is conveniently accessed from I-95, I-287 and the Hutchinson River Parkway. Within city limits, the small size makes walking or biking easy and enjoyable.

For commuters, the Metro-North station provides express service to New York City in under an hour. The Bee-Line bus routes also connect to key destinations in Westchester.

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Shopping and Dining

The charming downtown known as “The Village” boasts boutique shops, galleries, restaurants and cafes. Favorites include Le Delices Bakery, Purdy’s Farmer & the Fish, and Rye Road Deli.

Just outside Rye, the Playland amusement park provides family fun alongside the boardwalk. The famous Rye Beach draws crowds in summer.


Rye is home to nationally ranked Rye Country Day School, a prestigious private K-12 institution. Public education falls under the respected Rye City School District, with high-achieving schools at all levels.

The district fosters well-rounded learning as evidenced by graduating seniors accepted to top universities year after year. Education is a point of pride.

Points of Interest

  • Rye Nature Center – Environmental education center with nature preserve trails and wildlife exhibits
  • Jay Heritage Center – Historic 1838 home and farm showcasing life of Founding Father John Jay
  • Playland Park – Iconic county park with an Art Deco amusement park, boardwalk, and beach
  • Oakland Beach – Scenic sandy beach along the Long Island Sound shoreline
  • Rye Art Center – Esteemed cultural center offering art exhibitions and creative classes for all ages
  • Rye Town Park – Waterfront park offering athletic fields, picnic grounds, and summertime events