ACCEPTABLE PROOF OF RESIDENCY
1. A driver’s license AND one of the following items which must indicate a current date:
a) Car registration,
b) Household bill, i.e.; Con Edison or cable,
c) Oil or furniture delivery receipt,
d) Social security check with address,
e) Retirement check with address,
f) Social service voucher with address, or
g) Medicare/Medicaid card with address
2. When no driver’s license is produced, a picture I.D. and TWO of the above suggested proofs are required.
3. When a town resident has just moved into town, they need to present;
a) Photo I.D. and;
b) TWO of the following: notice to turn on Con Edison, telephone, cable or notice from bank to transfer account address.
PLEASE NOTE: The department reserves the right to request additional verification and to reject any proof it deems questionable.
What constitutes residency? A resident is a person who lives in the Town of Greenburgh unincorporated area. A person’s residency is a dwelling, abode or habitation for a continuance of time.
NOTE: Owning property in Greenburgh does not necessarily qualify a person as a resident.