Village of Tuckahoe Resident Election Information
2020 Village Election
Wednesday, March 18th
Tuckahoe Community Center - 71 Columbus Avenue from 7:00am - 9:00pm
Tuckahoe Village Officials
Election is held on the third Tuesday in March unless this falls March 17th, then the election is moved to March 18th. All Village elections are held at the Tuckahoe Community Center located at 71 Columbus Avenue. Village Board consists of a Mayor and four Trustees. Mayor and two Trustees are elected in odd years. Tuckahoe village elections are conducted by the Westchester County Board of Elections.
Even number years - two Trustee positions
Odd number years - Mayoral and two Trustee positions
Eastchester School Board
Election is held on the third Tuesday in May at the Eastchester Middle School Gym
Eastchester School budget vote will also take place in May
School disctricts may have special votes on bonds during the year
Tuckahoe School Board
Election is held on the Third Tuesday in May Tuckahoe Community Center or Cottle Elementary School
Polling is at Tuckahoe Community Center for those persons residing in Election District A (west of Midland Avenue) and
William E. Cottle Elementary School Auditorium for those persons residing in Election District B (east of Midland Avenue)
Tuckahoe School budget vote will also take place in May
School districts may have special votes on bonds during the year
Town, County, State, Federal Representatives
Elections are held annually on the Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in November
Villagers of Tuckahoe and Bronxville also vote on the Eastchester Town Board. These elections occur in conjunction with general election in November. Information on the Eastchester Town Board can be accessed on the Town of Eastchester Website
Elections are held on the Second Tuesday in December Tuckahoe Community Center
Five member commission.
Local boundaries in Westchester County can be confusing. Tuckahoe is a village within the town of Eastchester as is the village of Bronxville. Mailing addresses do not always align with village and town boundaries. School board boundaries do not necessarily align with village and town boundaries. It is possible to have a mailing address of Bronxville, but live and vote in the village of Tuckahoe. It is also possible to live in the village of Tuckahoe and pay taxes to the Eastchester School District rather than the Tuckahoe School District. Municipal government and school boards are two distinct voting entities and taxing systems. Approximately 2/3 of your local taxes go to the school district and the remaining third go toward local municipal services such as roads, garbage collection, library etc. The village of Tuckahoe is covered by two school boards. Web sites above have all phone and email contact information for elections held in the village of Tuckahoe and we recommend you contact school and village boards directly to confirm where and when to vote.