The 411: Nestled at the confluence of two rivers (Croton and Hudson), Croton-on-Hudson offers an abundance of pastoral beauty and tranquility along with relative convenience for City-bound commuters (Croton is an express stop on Metro-North’s scenic Hudson Line). An incorporated village, Croton is part of the town of Cortlandt. Outdoor lovers and nature enthusiasts enjoy many waterfront options, including Senasqua Park and the 500-acre Croton Point Park, overlooking the Hudson. Additional points of interest include Teatown Lake Reservation, a nature preserve, and the Old Croton Aqueduct Trail, which stretches from Croton to the New York City border. Recent revitalization efforts have targeted Croton’s considerable riverfront property for recreational use. The village’s picturesque character was recognized in 2004 when Croton received the first “Visions in Planning” award by the Hudson River Greenway. A strong sense of community pervades the village, thanks to an excellent school system and a myriad of well-attended, organized annual events, from parades and outdoor concerts to window-painting competitions and Christmas tree-decorating days. The Great Hudson River Revival, hosted at Croton Point Park, celebrates folk art, music, and the environment, while Croton’s annual Summerfest offers a venue for local artists.
Size: 10.8 square miles Median Home Sales Price: $520,000 (Westchester County Median: $725,000)
Average Property Taxes: $11,102 Closest MetroNorth Stop: Croton-Harmon (Harlem Line)
Time to Grand Central: 52 minutes Famous Residents (Past and Present): Pulitzer Prize-winning author Upton Sinclair, actor Peter Strauss, US Marine Private Howard Major Buckley, television producer Robert J. “Shad” Northshield
Household: $ 84,744 (Westchester County Median: $77,856) Family: $100,182 (Westchester County Median: $105,300)
91.5% Caucasian 4.5% Other 2.1% Asian 1.9% African American 6.9% Hispanic or Latino of any race (i.e., already counted in another category above)
Crime* *Sperling's Best Places Crime Index, based on 1 (best) through 10 (worst):
Violent Crime: 1 (Westchester Average: 2 National Average: 3) Property Crime: 2 (Westchester Average: 3 National Average: 3)
FBI Uniform Crime Index (2006):
Number of violent crimes: 2 Murder: 0 Rape: 0 Robbery: 2 Assault: 0 Burglary: 15 Property Crimes: 91
Kenise Barnes Fine Art is pleased to open the fall art season with two new exhibitions.
In gallery II, our annual drawing show features five contemporary artists whose practice centers on drawing. The show’s title, Marking Wonderland, is...
Get Your Children Excited About Health!
Join us at the Mount Kisco Library for our three part series teaching 3 and 4 year olds through games, songs, stories and crafts, how to take care of themselves, eachother, and the environment, to create a healthy happy future, to build healthy habits, foster positive relationships, and develop an appreciation for the planet.
As the Expressionists before him, STEVENS distils what is quintessential to his subject, and in turn captures in refracted light and tactile form - the forest, discernable, beautiful, and experiential.
STEVENS undertakes through his works in paint to discern and replicate those spiritual and essential values as founded and revealed in the quietude of the wilderness. In a language both...
On view: Friday, August 14th – December 6th, 2015
Reception: Saturday, September 12th, 5 – 7 pm
HVCCA is honored to present Hermann Nitsch’s one-person installation, “Leviticus.” The installation features Nitsch’s “Leviticus,” his seminal book (52 3⁄4” x 38 1⁄2”) opened to the segment describing the sacrificial...
Pelham Art Center is pleased to present Revival is a site-specific installation inspired by the neighborhood of Pelham, by New York based artist Cara Lynch. Created with stencils and chalk spray, Lynch places patterns of Tudor-revival style architecture beneath the feet of visitors to the center. This lace-like installation will sweep across the courtyard space, eventually fading from...
Pound Ridge Partnership to Hold 5th Annual Harvest Festival in Town Park
Soul Asylum to Top Music Line Up
Saturday, October 17 from 1PM-6PM, Pound Ridge Town Park
The Pound Ridge Partnership will hold its fifth annual Harvest Festival on Saturday, October 17 from 1PM-6PM (rain date Sunday, October 18) in the Pound Ridge Town Park. Continuing what has become a beloved Pound Ridge...
White Plains, NY September 16, 2015 --The Westchester, an upscale fashion center and expansive retail destination for fashion, discovery and community at Westchester Avenue and Bloomingdale Road in White Plains, New York; anchored by Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus, recently welcomed 3NY Boutique, a brand catering to New York City’s fashion gurus, to its world-class line-up of stores. The...
Westchester County’s Art in Parks presents the work of professional blind woodcarver Ron Davidson in a solo exhibition running through Sunday, November 1. The Mount Kisco artist creates intricate wooden sculptures as well as detailed relief carvings. A portion of the proceeds from artwork sales will be donated to Guiding Eyes for the Blind and the Friends of Trailside Museum and Ward...
This event occurs weekly, on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
The New Rochelle Council on the Arts presents "Family Ties: Legacy ARTiculated" at the Rotunda Gallery at City Hall from August 11 to October 15th. An opening reception will be held at the gallery on Tuesday, August 18th from 5 pm to 7 pm. "Family Ties" is a unique and extraordinary exhibition featuring the works of artists who are no longer with us and are the...
Sts. Peter & Paul - St. Ursula Church Fall Carnival
Sts. Peter & Paul - St. Ursula Church presents its annual Fall Carnival, starting on Tuesday, October 6 and continuing through Sunday, October 11, 2015. This annual fall festival features rides, carnival games, great food and merchandise vendors. Fun for the whole family.
Open Tuesday - Friday 4 pm to 10 pm; Saturday 12 pm to 11 pm and...