The Mikvah of New Rochelle

Beautifully designed Mikvah facility in the heart of New Rochelle

About Us

The Mikvah of New Rochelle was established on December 7, 2008 to meet the needs of our growing community.

In order to enhance the mikvah experience, our facility offers two Mikvaot, seven preparation rooms, including two jacuzzi baths, radiant floor heating, plush linens and preparation supplies, handicapped accessibility, a parking lot, security cameras and a buzzer system at the entrance.

Throughout the year we operate as a women’s mikvah. Men’s mikvah hours are provided Erev Rosh Hashanah and Erev Yom Kippur.
The keilim mikvah is located in the YINR garage at 1149 North Avenue. For hours and access information, please contact the YINR office at 914-636-2215.

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Hours of Service


Earliest Tevila

Last Bath

Last Shower


Friday and Yom Tov nights are by appointment only. Please call by Thursday evening or in advance of Yom Tov to confirm.
Hours of operation are subject to change due to inclement weather as well as on legal and Jewish holidays and fast days. Please call to confirm updated hours.
The mikvah is closed on Yom Kippur and Tisha B'av.

If you are unexpectedly delayed, we will do our best to accommodate you. Please call the mikvah 15 minutes before closing in order to request that the mikvah attendant waits for you.

To schedule a Kallah appointment, please call Mrs. Debbie Wilk at the mikvah.

Latest Mikvah Updates

Updated 10/8/20

The mikvah has established protocols to ensure, to the best that we can, that attending the mikvah continues to be a safe, secure and healthy experience.

The mikvah is currently open by appointment only. We cannot accommodate walk-ins or same day scheduling. All appointments must be scheduled in advance by texting Sandra Spingarn (914-646-4578). Scheduled times must be adhered to. Each woman is allotted a 15 minute appointment window. Upon arrival at the mikvah parking lot, the user must call the mikvah and will be notified when it is time to enter the building.

Mikvah Rules and Protocols During COVID-19

  • Only women who are symptom free may use the mikvah. Women may not use the mikvah if they have traveled outside the NY metropolitan area within the past 14 days or if they have been in contact in the last 14 days with someone who has lab-confirmed COVID-19, is under investigation for COVID-19, or is hospitalized or being treated at home for a respiratory or febrile illness.
  • Strict implementation of social distancing protocols are in place, ensuring no close human contact during the entire mikvah visit.
  • All preparations must be completed at home before coming to the mikvah. No showers or baths are permitted at the mikvah under any circumstances.
  • To minimize contamination risk, all users should leave their personal belongings at home or in their cars.
  • You must wear a mask to enter the facility.
  • Payment for mikvah visits or bedikah cloths should be done by venmo or by mail. No cash or credit card transactions will take place at the mikvah.
  • You must bring your own towel. The mikvah will continue to provide individually-packaged, single-use, disposable slippers.
  • All users must wash their hands thoroughly in the preparation room and check themselves prior to entering the mikvah pool. Personal touch between the mikvah attendant and users is absolutely prohibited.


The Mikvah of New Rochelle invites brides to experience the beautiful mitzvah of tevilah for the first time. Brides prepare in a special room and our mikvah attendant is available to answer any questions or to help. It is our pleasure to give each kallah a gift to welcome her into Jewish marriage.

Fees and Membership

Nightly Usage Fee: $25
To compensate the mikvah attendants for their time, there will be an additional fee of $25 for arrival after posted hours.
Payment can be made by cash, check or venmo (@MikvahOfNewRochelle).

Annual membership fee: $275

Contact Us

1228 North Ave, New Rochelle, NY 10804
+1 (914) 740-7754

The mikvah parking lot is reserved for women’s use only.
The mikvah is accessible from the far left path (when facing the building) with an entrance in the rear of the building. Please ring the buzzer for access through the gate.

Mikvah Attendants: Mrs. Deborah Wilk and Mrs. Sandra Spingarn

For personal questions or halachic guidance about mikvah use, please contact:
Rabbi Reuven Fink:
Rabbi Chaim Axelrod:
Rebbitzen Yael Axelrod: