Village of South Nyack, New York

A small village with an area of 1.7 square miles, the Village of South Nyack is located in the town of Orangetown in Rockland County. South Nyack is on the Hudson River. Its estimated population is approximately 3,473, according to the 2000 census.

The village grew after the extension of the Northern Railroad of New Jersey into the area in the mid-1800s. At that time, town government was no longer effective in dealing with the area's needs. Fearing higher taxes, residents in the northern part of Nyack formed their own municipal corporation named "Upper Nyack." Residents in the southern part of Nyack were dissatisfied paying taxes that more heavily benefitted the rest of the village. After dissolving Nyack's corporation, the southern section of the former village incorporated as the Village of South Nyack.

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Directions To Our Office

To get to our office from the Village of Nyack Court, start out going SOUTH on N BROADWAY toward MAIN STREET. Merge onto I-287 E/ I-87 S/ NEW YORK STATE THRUWAY S (Portions 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.