Sleepy Hollow, New York

The Village Of Sleepy Hollow

The Village of Sleepy Hollow is located in the north central portion of Westchester County. The village has a population of 9,200. Sleepy Hollow is part of the Town of Mount Pleasant.

The village is the burial place of American author Washington Irving, who penned the epic Legend of Sleepy Hollow. The village adopted its current name in honor thereof in 1996.

Directions To Our Office

To get to our office from the Sleepy Hollow Village Hall, start from Beekman Avenue toward US–9/ N Broadway, and turn right onto US–9/ N Broadway. Take ramp left for I–87 East/ I–287 South/ New York State Thruway South. Keep left onto I–287 East/ Cross Westchester Expressway. Get off at Exit 8W and proceed to the traffic light, where you will take a left onto Bloomingdale Road. Immediately move to the right lane to make a right turn onto Maple Avenue. Proceed up Maple Avenue through 5 traffic lights. Just after the intersection at the 5th light with Mamaroneck Avenue, turn into the Chester–Maple Garage. Our building at 200 Mamaroneck Avenue is located just to the west of the intersection of Maple and Mamaroneck Avenues.