Airmont, New York
Airmont is a village in Rockland County, New York. It is inside the Town of Ramapo. The village rests on the northern New Jersey state line. Airmont is considered part of the Hudson Valley region. Airmont is one of eleven villages in Rockland County. Three villages surround Airmont, Suffern to the east, Montebello to the north, and Chestnut Ridge is to the west. The village covers approximately five square miles. As of June of 2022, the population was 8,780. Airmont was incorporated in 1991 and is a consolidation of several hamlets named Tallman, Airmont and South Monsey.
Traffic Tickets in Airmont, New York
Road coverage is provided by the Ramapo Police Department. The Airmont Village Court adjudicates the issued violations. Most traffic tickets stem from the village’s main road, New York State Route 59 (Nyack Turnpike), which runs east and west along its north boundary. Common charges include disobeying a traffic control device, texting while driving, and following too closely. Speeding tickets are also issued frequently as well. The village speed limit is 30 miles per hour, with it dipping to 15 miles per hour in school zones.
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