Nyack Neighborhood Information
Nyack is one of five villages and hamlets (Nyack, Central Nyack, South Nyack, Upper Nyack, and West Nyack) that make up an area of southeastern Rockland County called The Nyacks. Named after the Native Americans who resided there before European colonization, the village itself lies on the hilly terrain that meets the western shore of the Hudson River.
The village takes up approximately 1.6 square miles (4.1 km2), with over 50% of the area consisting of the water of the Hudson River. Nyack consists mostly of low-rise buildings that lie along the river's western shore. It is in the Nyack School District.
South Nyack is the western terminus of the Tappan Zee Bridge, connected across the Hudson River to Tarrytown in Westchester County.
What's Happening in Nyack, NY
Whether it's the holiday season or Summer vacation, Nyack is home to some of the best entertainment events around. The local government really gets involved with the community and helps put on a variety of events, from music festivals to art shows.
Schools in Nyack, NY
Nyack is home to some of the best schools in the state. Offering a fantastic mix of public and private, and elementary to high school, the Nyack Union Free School District is rated one of the highest in the state. Below you can view a list of schools in the Nyack area, based on a variety of measures, including academic performance and equity.
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