Located only 18 miles from the heart of Manhattan, the villages of Pelham and Pelham Manor border New York City. Pelham, the oldest town in Westchester County, was the site of the Revolutionary War Battle of Pelham. The town combines convenient access to the City with the amenities of suburban life, including numerous styles of homes on tree-lined streets. Pelham is the site of the New York Athletic Club’s yacht club, built on Long Island Sound in 1886.
- Pelham is easily accessible from New York City. It's approximately a 30 minute ride via Metro North to Grand Central Station.
- There are a variety of surface routes available from Pelham, with easy access to the Hutchinson Parkway and I-95. The drive time to New York City is approximately 30 minutes.
- Neighbors Helping Neighbors: The Pelham Civic Association raises funds for town activities directed at assisting young people, the elderly and the disadvantaged. Pelham's Junior League operates a day-care service and a group called Pride in Pelham plants flowers along town streets.
- The Pelham Art Center: The Pelham Art Center has served the town since the1970's providing an array of free and low cost activities, concerts and exhibitions. The Art Center's current home, built in 1985, is managed by a full-time executive director.
- Local Media: Pelham Daily Voice; The Daily Pelham; Pelham Facebook Page; Pelham Patch;
- Town Resources: Town of Pelham Web Page; Town of Pelham Public Library
- Pelham Chamber of Commerce: https://www.facebook.com/ThePelhamChamberofCommerce