Croton-on-Hudson is a village of about 7,000 in Westchester County on the Hudson River, located 33 miles north of Manhattan. Croton is known for the New Croton Dam that forms the Croton Reservoir which supplies a large portion of New York City's drinking water. In addition, the Harmon train yards are located in Croton, along with the Croton-Harmon station, served by Amtrak and Metro-North commuter railroad.
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Volunteer, non-profit organization that provides environmental stewardship for wetlands and woodlands. Includes map, calendar of events, and directions.
Features community news, event information, commentary, and information.
Features community news, event information, commentary, and information. [RSS]
Blog focused on current and upcoming events.
Village of Croton-on-Hudson
Officially sanctioned municipal web site.