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Cities in Westchester County, New York


Cities in the New York metropolitan area by county


Veterans Memorial Park, Auburn, New York

Veterans Memorial Park is a park in Auburn, New York. Its purpose is to honor all veterans form Cayuga County that have served in the United States military from the Revolutionary war through current deployments. The committee to organize the pla ...


People from Auburn, New York


Gaffer District (Corning, New York)

The Corning Intown District Management Association, better known as Cornings Gaffer District, is a historical district in downtown Corning, New York. The district is known for diverse offerings, including world-class museums, nationally acclaimed ...


Market Street Historic District (Corning, New York)

Market Street Historic District is a historic district located at Corning in Steuben County, New York. It was originally listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1974 and its boundaries were increased in 2000.


People from Corning, New York


Near Westside Historic District

Near Westside Historic District is a national historic district located at Elmira in Chemung County, New York. The district includes 480 principal structures over 25-30 blocks in a 77-acre district. The district is predominantly residential with ...


Buildings and structures in Elmira, New York


People from Elmira, New York


Castle Heights

Castle Heights is a small residential neighborhood in northwest Geneva, New York. It is known for its architecturally diverse homes and plots of land larger than those in other neighborhoods in the city. Formerly referred to as "Maxwell Highland, ...


South Main Street Historic District (Geneva, New York)

South Main Street Historic District is a national historic district located at Geneva in Ontario County, New York. The district contains 142 contributing properties including 140 contributing buildings, as well as Pultney Park and the original qu ...


People from Geneva, New York



Bogheid is a historic mansion in Glen Cove, New York. It was built in 1938 for Helen Porter Pryibil, daughter of William H. Porter. It was designed by Delano and Aldrich in the French Manor style. At some point Prybil sold the estate to the City ...


Poplar Hill (Glen Cove, New York)

Poplar Hill is a historic mansion in Glen Cove, New York. Constructed for Frederic B. Pratt in 1925, it has been in use as a healthcare center since 1947, and is currently known as the Glengariff Healthcare Center.


The Manor (Glen Cove, New York)

The Manor is a historic mansion in Glen Cove, New York. It was constructed in 1910 as the home of John Teele Pratt and Ruth Baker Pratt. It was designed by Charles A. Platt. In the 1950s, it was used as a location for the films North by Northwest ...


Glens Falls Hospital

Glens Falls Hospital is a 410-bed not-for-profit community hospital located in Glens Falls, New York. It serves the communities in Warren, Washington, Hamilton, Essex and northern Saratoga and Rensselaer counties. The hospital operates 28 off-cam ...


Sherman House (Glens Falls, New York)

Sherman House is a historic home located at Glens Falls, Warren County, New York. It is a large pink brick building with a profusely bracketed roof and octagonal cupola. It consists of a ​ 2 1 ⁄ 2 -story rectangular block to which has been added ...


People from Glens Falls, New York


Hudson Historic District (New York)

The Hudson Historic District includes most of downtown Hudson, New York, United States, once called "one of the richest dictionaries of architectural history in New York State". It is a 139-acre area stretching from the citys waterfront on the ea ...


Rossman–Prospect Avenue Historic District

The Rossman–Prospect Avenue Historic District is a small residential neighborhood located near the eastern end of the city of Hudson, New York, United States. Its houses were primarily built in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It is the sm ...


People from Hudson, New York



Kionix, Inc. is a manufacturer of MEMS inertial sensors. Headquartered in Ithaca, New York, United States, the company is a wholly owned subsidiary of ROHM Co., Ltd. of Japan. Kionix developed high-aspect-ratio silicon micromachining based on res ...


Six Mile Creek (Ithaca)

Six Mile Creek is a 20-mile-long creek in Tompkins County, New York. It originates in the Town of Dryden near the intersection of Irish Settlement Road and Card Road, and drains into Cayuga Inlet which flows into Cayuga Lake. Its watershed is the ...


Buildings and structures in Ithaca, New York


People from Ithaca, New York


Jamestown West, New York

Jamestown West is a census-designated place located near Jamestown in Chautauqua County, New York. Also known as West Ellicott because of its location in the Town of Ellicott, the area population was 2.408 as of the 2010 census.


People from Jamestown, New York


Sports in Jamestown, New York


Willsons Woods Park

Willsons Woods Park is a park located in Mount Vernon, New York. The Park is owned by Westchester County and operated by its Department of Parks, Recreation and Conservation. Acquired in 1924, Willsons Woods is one of the oldest parks in the Coun ...


People from Mount Vernon, New York


East End Historic District (Newburgh, New York)

The East End Historic District in Newburgh, New York, United States is the lower portion of what the state and city recognize as a single historic district along with the Montgomery-Grand-Liberty Streets Historic District. Its 445 acres contain 2 ...


Masjid al-Ikhlas

Masjid al-Ikhlas, also referred to as The Islamic Learning Center of Orange County, is a mosque in Newburgh, New York. Formerly a warehouse, the mosque was founded in 1992. Previously, Newburghs Muslim community met in towns NAACP office or a loc ...


Orange Lake (New York)

Orange Lake is located near the hamlet named after it in the Town of Newburgh, New York, United States. At 400 acres in surface area it is the largest lake entirely within Orange County, after which it is named.


Orange Mill Historic District

The Orange Mill Historic District is the only historic district in the Town of Newburgh in Orange County, New York. It encompasses the 42 acres of county-run Algonquin Park and many of the surrounding lands. It is centered along Powder Mill Road ...


Lake Washington (New York)

Lake Washington is the primary reservoir for the city of Newburgh, New York, United States. It is located just southwest of the city, lying partially within it and the neighboring towns of Newburgh and New Windsor. It holds approximately 1.5 bill ...


Tonawanda Creek

Tonawanda Creek is a small tributary of the Niagara River in Western New York, United States. After rising in Wyoming County, the stream flows through Genesee County before forming part of the boundary between Erie County and Niagara County.


People from Oneida, New York


People from Peekskill, New York


United States Post Office (Port Jervis, New York)

The U.S. Post Office in Port Jervis, New York serves the 12771 ZIP Code. This covers all of the city of Port Jervis and adjoining portions of the Town of Deer Park. It is located downtown, at 20 Sussex St. The building was designed by Oscar Wende ...


People from Rye, New York


Woodlawn Preserve

The Woodlawn Preserve is a patch of the Albany Pine Bush in the Woodlawn neighborhood of the city of Schenectady, New York. It is the only remaining example of this rare ecosystem in that area, a combination of swamp, wetlands, water bodies, and ...


Buildings and structures in Schenectady, New York


Neighborhoods in Schenectady, New York


People from Schenectady, New York


Central Troy Historic District

The Central Troy Historic District is an irregularly shaped, 96-acre area of downtown Troy, New York, United States. It has been described as "one of the most perfectly preserved 19th-century downtowns in the with nearly 700 properties in a varie ...


Buildings and structures in Troy, New York


People from Troy, New York


Schools in Troy, New York


Buildings and structures in Watertown (city), New York

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