Town of Ramapo, New York
The Town of Ramapo was formerly known as New Hempstead. It is located in the southwestern corner of Rockland County. Ramapo has an approximate population of 109,000 residents.
During the Revolutionary War, it has been reported that General George Washington climbed the Ramapo Torne to watch the movement of British ships off of Sandy Hook.
In 1841, the first railroad line was built and travelled across Rockland County from Piermont to Ramapo.
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To get to our office from the Town of Ramapo Town Hall, go WEST on NY-59/NYACK TURNPIKE toward SOUTH DE BAUN AVENUE. Turn RIGHT onto N AIRMONT RD. Merge onto I-287 E/ I-87 S/ NEW YORK STATE THRUWAY S (toll). Keep LEFT to take I-287 E/ CROSS WESTCHESTER EXPY via EXIT 8 toward WHITE PLAINS/RYE. Take RT-100 S/ RT-119 E exit, EXIT 5, toward WHITE PLAINS. Merge onto NY-119 S. Turn RIGHT onto Mamaroneck Avenue/NY - 125. 200 MAMARONECK AVENUE is located on the RIGHT.
There is limited parking available at meters in front of the building; however, parking is more easily accessible in the six story parking garage directly behind our building at the corner of Maple Avenue and Mamaroneck Avenue, known as the Chester-Maple Garage. To get to the garage, make a left on Maple Avenue just before reaching our building, and the entrance to the parking garage is immediately on your right.