Office Of The Mayor
Office of the Mayor
Welcome to historic Piermont, NY! Here on the western shores of the beautiful Hudson River, just 15 miles north of the George Washington Bridge, life slows down to a manageable pace. Our residents enjoy a quiet and peaceful lifestyle while enjoying the services of our local Police Department, Fire Department and Department of Public Works. Visitors and residents alike can take advantage of the multitude of places to explore in and around the Village. Take a walk out onto our mile long Pier and stand in the middle of the river, with a million-dollar view of the Mario M. Cuomo Bridge and a memorial to the more than a million servicemen who embarked by ship to North Africa and Europe during World War II (Last Stop U.S.A.) Cross over the Sparkill Creek Drawbridge – the only hand-cranked drawbridge in the United States and listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and hike into Tallman Mountain State Park. Walk along the old Erie Path rail trail, with its spectacular views of the Hudson River Valley, and explore the Piermont Train Station, built in 1873 – now a museum! Best of all, stroll down our main street, Piermont Ave., into the heart of our business district and discover our unique shops and world class dining at one of our many restaurants. Wander into Flywheel Park to visit even more retailers, art galleries, and restaurants, all in view of the river. Check out the Gazebo on the waterfront – site of many wedding ceremonies. Walk down South Piermont Ave. along the Sparkill Creek to our Historic District by the iconic dam - part of a former mill complex. So much to do and see!
Piermont invites all to come visit. Drive here, cycle here, take a bus from Port Authority, or cruise here on your boat to one of our marinas. No matter how you get here, you are welcome! And perhaps, as has happened to many visitors, you will fall in love with Piermont and move here to our quaint Village. That is how I became a resident 30 years ago!
I am generally in my office at Village Hall most days, Monday through Friday. Stop by and say hello, or call me at 845-359-1258, ext. 304
Mayor Bruce Tucker