Grand View-on-Hudson, New York
Grand View-on-Hudson is a village in Rockland County, New York. It is within the Town of Orangetown. Rockland County is considered part of the Hudson Valley region. Its towns and villages serve as suburbs of New York City. Grand View-on-Hudson is a small village, covering.17 square miles. As of April of 2022, the population was 295. Grand View-on-Hudson rests on the western bank of the Hudson River. It is surrounded by three villages on its remaining sides. To the north is Piermont, to the west is Orangeburg, and to the south is South Nyack. Grand View-on-Hudson was named after its “grand view” on the Hudson.
Traffic Tickets in Grand View-on-Hudson, New York
Grand View-on-Hudson is a very small village made up of only four roads. River Road is the longest, running north and south along the Hudson. It is fairly straight and there is no posted speed limit sign. The village does not have a police department. The road is covered by the New York State Police and the Rockland County Sheriff’s Department. A small portion of Mario M. Cuomo Bridge falls under the village’s jurisdiction. This is the bridge’s western terminus. Any ticket issued in that small segment is answerable to the village court.
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