List of county routes in Rockland County, New York (1–38)

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CR23APrivateRoad.jpg
CR 23A in Blauvelt. The county route designation consists of a closed and private dead-end road.
Highway names
Interstates: Interstate X (I-X)
US Routes: U.S. Route X (US X)
State: New York State Route X (NY X)
County: County Route X (CR X)
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Most of the county routes in Rockland County, New York, act as primary roads in the less developed areas and also serve to interconnect the various villages and hamlets of the county. All routes are maintained by the Rockland County highway department. Across the county, routes are numbered such that odd-numbered routes are north–south and increase in number from east to west, while even-numbered routes are east–west and increase from south to north.

There are 24 routes numbered between 1 and 38. The farthest north of these routes is Route 33 in Stony Point, while the farthest south is Route 4 in Palisades. The farthest west is Route 30 in Pearl River and the farthest east is Route 1 in Grand View-on-Hudson. The longest route is Route 33, stretching for 13.4 miles (21.6 km) while the shortest route is Route 33A at a short, 110 mile (0.16 km).

County Route 1[edit]

County Route 1
Location: PiermontSouth Nyack
Length: 1.60 mi[1] (2.57 km)

County Route 1 is a 1.60-mile (2.57 km) south–north county route in the eastern part of Rockland County.

Route 1 begins at the Piermont village line, and ends at the South Nyack village line.[2] CR 1 runs through Grand View-on-Hudson. CR 1 runs parallel to US 9W for the duration of its run. CR 1 gives the driver a beautiful view as runs right along the western banks of the Hudson River. CR 1's northern terminus is just north of the Tappan Zee Bridge overpass, which carries the New York State Thruway (I-87 and I-287). CR 1 does not intersect any major roads during its run as it does not enter the village limits of Nyack or Piermont. In fact, CR 1 does not intersect any roads at all during its run, as it is only connected to Nyack and Piermont via the roads that continue on after the route's termini.

Major intersections
Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Piermont 0.0 0.0 Village line
South Nyack 1.60 2.57 Village line End of county maintenance
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 4[edit]

County Route 4
Location: Palisades
Length: 0.75 mi[1] (1.21 km)

County Route 4 is a 0.75-mile (1.21 km) west–east county route in the southern part of Rockland County, New York.

Route 4 begins at the New Jersey border in Palisades and Rockleigh, New Jersey, and ends at US 9W.[3] CR 4 is located in Palisades. CR 4 crosses the Palisades Interstate Parkway, but does not intersect it. CR 4 is the southernmost Rockland County Route. The route does not intersect any other Rockland County Routes, and only a few CR 4 shields stand along the route. One junction shield stands on US 9W, and two at the New Jersey border with none in between.

Major intersections

The entire route is in Palisades, Rockland County.

Mile km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 New Jersey state line
0.7 1.1 US 9W
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 5[edit]

County Route 5
Location: PiermontNyack
Length: 3.88 mi[1] (6.24 km)

County Route 5 is a 3.88-mile (6.24 km) south–north county route in the eastern part of Rockland County, New York.

Route 5 begins at US 9W in Piermont, and ends at CR 38 in Nyack.[4] CR 5 runs through less developed areas of Piermont and Nyack. The first stretches of CR 5 runs parallel to US 9W, which is a very narrow, one-lane road without yellow center lines that carries two-way traffic. During this stretch, CR 5 provides the driver with an excellent view of the Hudson River and Piermont, which is much lower in elevation than CR 5. In this area there is a junction with Nike Lane, which leads to a disused Nike missile base and a county park. At its intersection with CR 28, CR 5 enters Blauvelt State Park where it runs until its northern terminus at CR 38 near Nyack College.

Major intersections
Location Mile[1] km Destinations Notes
Piermont 0.0 0.0 US 9W One-lane, two-way traffic ending
Blauvelt State Park 2.57 4.14 CR 28 (Clausland Mountain Road)
Nyack 3.88 6.24 CR 38 (Bradley Hill Road)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 8[edit]

County Route 8
Location: TappanSparkill
Length: 1.29 mi[1] (2.08 km)

County Route 8 is a 1.9 miles (3.1 km) west–east county route in the southern part of Rockland County, New York.

Route 8 begins at the New Jersey border in Tappan and Northvale, New Jersey, and ends at NY 340 in Sparkill.[5] CR 8 runs through Tappan and Sparkill. CR 8 crosses NY 303 and the Palisades Interstate Parkway, but does not intersect either of them. CR 8 is the only Rockland County Route to intersect with NY 340. Before CR 15 was extended to the New York/New Jersey border via Main Street, in Tappan, CR 8 used to travel along this route ending at the state border. CR 8 passes through historic Tappan, which has many historical Revolutionary War landmarks. CR 8's eastern terminus in Sparkill is unsigned.

Major intersections
Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Tappan 0.00 0.00 CR 15 (Main Street)
Sparkill 1.29 2.08 NY 340
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 11[edit]

County Route 11
Location: OrangeburgClarkstown
Length: 2.74 mi[1] (4.41 km)

County Route 11 is a 2.74 miles (4.41 km) south–north county route in the eastern part of Rockland County, New York.

Route 11 begins at Mountainview Avenue in Orangeburg, and ends at the Clarkstown townline in West Nyack.[6] CR 11 runs through the villages of Orangeburg and Blauvelt. CR 11 is an alternate for NY 303 for its entire run, and even runs with NY 303 for 0.2 miles (0.32 km). That is because CR 11 is pushed west due to running along the western border of Blauvelt State Park. In fact, CR 11 borders several protected areas including Clausland Mountain County Park, Tackamack Park, and Blauvelt State Park during its run. CR 11 ends at the Clarkstown townline, but Greenbush Road continues north. It passes yet another park in Buttermilk Falls County Park, before passing NY 59 and ending just shy of the New York State Thruway in Central Nyack. CR 11's southern terminus is just east of NY 303 in Orangeburg, near NY 303's intersection with CR 20 and NY 340.

Major intersections
Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Blauvelt 0.5 0.8 Orangeburg village line
1.45 2.33 NY 303 south Southern terminus of NY 303 / CR 11 overlap
1.54 2.48 NY 303 north Southern terminus of NY 303 / CR 11 overlap
Clarkstown 2.74 4.41 Town line End of maintenance at Clarkstown
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 13[edit]

County Route 13
Location: ClarkstownCongers
Length: 1.99 mi[1] (3.20 km)

County Route 13 is a 1.99-mile (3.20 km) south–north county route in the eastern part of Rockland County, New York.

Route 13 begins at the CSX railroad tracks just after Maple Avenue in Valley Cottage, New York, and ends at CR 80 in Congers.[7] CR 13 passes Kings Park along its route, and also provides a link to Congers Lake Park. Beyond CR 13's southern terminus, Kings Highway continues until its junction with "New" Lake Road at a traffic signal. Kings Highway then becomes Casper Hill Road, which ends less than a mile later at an angled intersection with NY 303 near Palisades Center. Beyond CR 13's northern terminus, Kings Highway continues as Old Haverstraw Road, and stretches for about a mile to its terminus at NY 304 just short of NY 304's northern terminus at US 9W in Haverstraw. So, while CR 13 is only listed for part of the time, its corridor provides a link between NY 303, in West Nyack, and NY 304 in New City.

Major intersections
Location Mile[1] km Destinations Notes
Valley Cottage 0.00 0.00 CSX railroad tracks
Congers 1.99 3.20 CR 80 (Congers Road)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 15[edit]

County Route 15
Location: TappanWest Nyack
Length: 5.75 mi[1] (9.25 km)

County Route 15 is a 5.8 miles (9.3 km) south–north county route in the eastern part of Rockland County, New York.

Route 15 begins at the New Jersey border in Tappan and Northvale, New Jersey, and ends at West Nyack Road just north of the NY 59 overpass in West Nyack, near Palisades Center.[8] CR 15 runs through Tappan, Orangeburg, Blauvelt, and West Nyack. CR 15 southern terminus has been extended twice in recent years. The route originally ended at Dominican College at CR 20 (Orangeburg Road). CR 15 was extended to CR 8 (Old Tappan Road), near the New Jersey border. In fact, the CR 15 end sign still remains at the intersection, but it now continues along CR 8 for 0.3 miles (0.48 km) before breaking south to the New Jersey border for another 0.3 miles (0.48 km). The portion of CR 15 south of CR 8 is labelled as east–west. This is probably because CR 8 (an east–west route) used to travel along this route before it was re-routed to its current western terminus.

Major intersections
Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Tappan 0.3 0.5 CR 8 (Washington Street / Old Tappan Road) CR 15 overlaps CR 8 for 0.2 miles (0.3 km)
Orangeburg 2.2 3.5 CR 20 (Orangeburg Road)
Blauvelt 2.9 4.7 CR 26 (Convent Road)
4.2 6.8 CR 36 (Leber Road)
West Nyack 5.3 8.5 CR 44 (Green Road)
5.7 9.2 NY 59 Not direct interchange
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 15A[edit]

County Route 15A was a 0.2 miles (0.32 km) route that began and ended at CR 15 along Old Western Highway in Blauvelt.[9]

County Route 16[edit]

County Route 16
Location: Orangeburg
Length: 0.60 mi (0.97 km)

County Route 16, now just Hunt Road, was a 0.6 miles (0.97 km) west–east county route in the southern part of Rockland County.

Former Route 16 began at CR 20 (and former CR 22), and ended at CR 17.[10] CR 16 ran exclusively in Orangeburg. CR 16 ran exclusively on the southern side of Veterans' Memorial Park. It also ran into heavy business areas of Orangeburg. Several companies such as Verizon Communications have headquarters off or near former CR 16.

Major intersections

The entire route is in Orangeburg, Rockland County.

Mile km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 CR 20 (Veterans Memorial Drive / Orangeburg Road)
0.6 1.0 CR 17 (Blaisdell Road)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 17[edit]

County Route 17
Location: Orangeburg
Length: 0.75 mi[1] (1.21 km)

County Route 17 is a 0.7 miles (1.1 km) south–north county route in the southern part of Rockland County, New York.

Route 17 begins at the New Jersey border in Orangeburg and Old Tappan, New Jersey, and ends at CR 20 near the Palisades Interstate Parkway (exit 6W).[11] CR 17 runs exclusively in Orangeburg. CR 17 serves big industries that have branches in Orangeburg. Olympus Corporation, the Keebler Company, and Verizon Communications are a few of the companies that have offices on or just off CR 17. CR 17 passes Veterans Memorial Park between where it used to intersect former CR 16 (now Hunt Road), and its northern terminus. While CR 17 ends at the New York/New Jersey border, Bergen County Route 17 takes over proceeding along the eastern side of Lake Tappan, and ends near a strip mall about a mile south.

Major intersections

The entire route is in Orangeburg, Rockland County.

Mile km Destinations Notes
0.00 0.00 CR 17 (DeWolf Road) Continuation into New Jersey
0.75 1.21 CR 20 (Orangeburg Road)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 20[edit]

County Route 20
Location: Pearl RiverOrangeburg
Length: 4.46 mi[1] (7.18 km)

County Route 20 is a 4.4 miles (7.1 km) west–east county route in the southern part of Rockland County, New York.

Route 20 begins near the New Jersey border in Pearl River, and ends at NY 303, close to NY 340, in Orangeburg.[12] CR 20 runs through Pearl River and Orangeburg. CR 20 includes an intersection with the Palisades Interstate Parkway (Exit 6E/6W). CR 20 is a four lane route for most of its run. CR 20 shares a concurrency with CR 23 when it splits upper and lower Lake Tappan in Pearl River. CR 20 passes Blue Hill Golf Course and Veterans Memorial Park along its route. CR 20 passes Dominican College at its intersection with CR 15 in Orangeburg. CR 20 used to be the southern terminus for CR 15, before CR 15 was extended south to the New Jersey border.

Major intersections
Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Pearl River 0.0 0.0 South Main Street
0.8 1.3 CR 26 (Gilbert Avenue)
1.8 2.9 CR 23 (Blue Hill Road) CR 20 overlaps CR 23 for 0.2 miles (0.3 km)
Orangeburg 2.8 4.5 CR 17 (Blaisdell Road)
3.7 6.0 Palisades Pkwy. Exit 6 (Palisades Parkway)
4.2 6.8 CR 15 (Western Highway)
4.4 7.1 NY 303
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 22[edit]

County Route 22
Location: Orangeburg
Length: 1.00 mi[1] (1.61 km)

County Route 22, now just Old Orangeburg Road, was a 1.0 mile (1.6 km) west–east route in the southern part of Rockland County.

Former Route 22 began at CR 20 (and former CR 16) and ended at CR 20.[13] CR 22 ran exclusively in Orangeburg. CR 22 ran along the northern portion of Veteran's Memorial Drive. It also provided a link to residential areas of Orangeburg, as well as Blue Hill and Broadacres Golf Courses. Presently, construction along former CR 22 is heavy. Perhaps CR 22 will be re-designated at the completion of this project. CR 22's former eastern terminus was along Connector Road, which was a one-way road from CR 20 to CR 22.

Major intersections

The entire route is in Orangeburg, Rockland County.

Mile km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 CR 20 (Veterans Memorial Drive / Orangeburg Road)
1.0 1.6 CR 20 (Orangeburg Road) One-way from CR 20 to CR 22
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 23[edit]

County Route 23
Location: Pearl RiverNew City
Length: 9.30 mi[1] (14.97 km)

County Route 23 is an 9.30 miles (14.97 km) south–north county route in the eastern part of Rockland County, New York.

Route 23 begins at the at New Jersey border, at Orangeburg Road (Bergen CR 2), in Orangeburg and Old Tappan, New Jersey, and ends at CR 90 just south of Hi-Tor State Park in the northern outskirts of New City, near the Haverstraw townline.[14] CR 23 runs through residential and rural areas of Orangeburg, Pearl River, Blauvelt, West Nyack, and New City. CR 23 has junctions with a few state highways in the county. CR 23 runs past two notable New York State reservoirs. At its southern terminus, CR 23 immediately runs along a mile and a half stretch of Lake Tappan. Later, immediately after the "Four Corners", in West Nyack, a four-mile (6 km) stretch runs along on the western shore of Lake DeForest. CR 23 and CR 47 are the only two Rockland County routes that have two concurrencies with other county routes for a certain amount of time.

Major intersections
Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Pearl River 0.0 0.0 CR 2 (Orangeburgh Road) Continuation into New Jersey
0.5 0.8 CR 20 (West Orangeburg Road) CR 23 overlaps CR 20 for 0.2 miles (0.3 km)
Blauvelt 1.5 2.4 CR 26 (Gilbert Avenue / Convent Road) CR 23 overlaps CR 26 for 0.2 miles (0.3 km)
West Nyack 3.7 6.0 CR 42 (Townline Road)
4.7 7.6 CR 44 (Green Road)
4.8 7.7 NY 59 Limited interchange
5.7 9.2 CR 27 (Germonds Road)
New City 9.6 15.4 CR 80 (Congers Road)
10.2 16.4 NY 304
11.0 17.7 CR 90 (South Mountain Road)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 23A[edit]

County Route 23A
Location: Pearl River
Length: 0.22 mi[1] (0.35 km)

County Route 23A is a 0.2 miles (0.32 km) private road that begins at a dead end and ends at CR 23 along West Blue Hill Road in Pearl River.[15] This was the course of what is now Route 23 until that designation was routed onto a new alignment along the shore of Lake Tappan.[16]

County Route 26[edit]

County Route 26
Location: Pearl RiverBlauvelt
Length: 2.83 mi[1] (4.55 km)

County Route 26 is a 2.8 miles (4.5 km) west–east county route in the southern part of Rockland County, New York.

Route 26 begins at CR 20 in Pearl River, and ends at CR 15 in Blauvelt.[17] CR 26 passes through Pearl River, Orangeburg, and Blauvelt along its route, and is an alternate for CR 20 throughout its run. CR 26 cuts through two northern sections of Lake Tappan, and runs north of Blue Hill Golf Course during its route. CR 26 also passes Pearl River Middle School near its western junction at CR 20. CR 26 used to end at CR 23, but was extended to its current eastern terminus. CR 26 now runs with CR 23 for 0.2 miles (0.32 km), before branching off headed toward its eastern terminus near Dominican College.

Major intersections
Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Pearl River 0.00 0.00 CR 20 (Gilbert Avenue / Veterans Memorial Drive)
Orangeburg 0.55 0.89 CR 23 (Sickletown Road / Blue Hill Road) CR 26 overlaps CR 23 for 0.1 miles (0.2 km)
Blauvelt 2.83 4.55 CR 15 (Western Highway)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 27[edit]

County Route 27
Location: West NyackNew City
Length: 2.71 mi[1] (4.36 km)

County Route 27 is a 2.71-mile (4.36 km) south–north county route in the eastern part of Rockland County, New York.

Route 27 begins at CR 23, at the "Four Corners" in West Nyack, and ends at NY 304 in New City.[18] CR 27 runs through West Nyack and New City. CR 27 travels through educational areas of Clarkstown, including links to Clarkstown South High School and Felix V Festa Middle School. CR 27 also passes Germonds Town Pool along its route. Official county maps show CR 27 continuing past its present northern terminus to an ultimate end at CR 33/Little Tor Road in New City. That would make sense because this northern link is still part of Germonds Road which is CR 27 for its southern half. However, Germonds Road north of NY 304 is unsigned. Therefore, either the county has failed to update signage, or it is really not part of CR 27. The only sign that this may be true is at NY 304's intersection with CR 27, where junction shields show CR 27 going both ways. However, a CR 27 end shield exists at NY 304. Beyond CR 27's southern terminus, Germonds Road changes into Old Mill Road, which provides a link to CR 13 in Valley Cottage.

Major intersections
Location Mile[1] km Destinations Notes
West Nyack 0.0 0.0 CR 23 (Strawtown Road)
New City 1.82 2.93 NY 304 Signed as CR 27's northern terminus
2.58 4.15 Palisades Pkwy. Exit 10 (Palisades Parkway)
2.71 4.36 CR 33 (South Little Tor Road) Actual northern terminus of CR 27
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 28[edit]

County Route 28
Location: BlauveltGrand View-on-Hudson
Length: 2.01 mi[1] (3.23 km)

County Route 28 is a 2.01-mile (3.23 km) west–east county route in the eastern part of Rockland County, New York.

Route 28 begins at NY 303 in Blauvelt, and ends at US 9W in Grand View-on-Hudson.[19] CR 28 runs through Blauvelt and Grand View-on-Hudson, but runs along the southern border of Blauvelt State Park for a good portion of its route. In Blauvelt State Park, CR 28 intersects CR 5. Both of the county routes spend a good deal of their route in this state park. Before its eastern terminus, CR 28 proceeds down Old Mountain Road with a beautiful view of the Hudson River and the Tappan Zee Bridge.

Major intersections
Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Blauvelt 0.00 0.00 NY 303
0.2 0.3 CR 11 (Greenbush Road)
Blauvelt State Park 1.5 2.4 CR 5 (Grandview Avenue)
Grand View-on-Hudson 2.01 3.23 US 9W (Broadway Avenue)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 29[edit]

County Route 29
Location: New City
Length: 2.94 mi[1] (4.73 km)

County Route 29 is a 2.94-mile (4.73 km) south–north county route in the eastern part of Rockland County, New York.

Route 29 begins at CR 80 in downtown New City, and ends at CR 90, just south of Hi-Tor State Park, near the Haverstraw townline.[20] CR 29 begins near the Rockland County Court House, and then proceeds toward high-class residential areas in North New City. While on Main Street, CR 29 is heavily signed, as there is a reassurance shield after almost every intersection. CR 29 turns east at Zukor Park, but keeps the north–south label. When CR 29 changes direction it comes in contact with three county/town parks. They include Kennedy Dells County Park, Zukor Park, and Dellwood Country Club. While CR 29 goes due west–east for a bit of time, it eventually turns northeast toward its northern terminus at CR 90. CR 29 shares a terminus with CR 90, as CR 29's northern terminus is also CR 90's western terminus. CR 29 is part of the original routing of NY 304.[21] Major intersections

The entire route is in New City, Rockland County.

Mile km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 CR 80 (New Hempstead Road / Main Street)
2.9 4.7 CR 90 (South Mountain Road)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 30[edit]

County Route 30
Location: Pearl River
Length: 1.73 mi[1] (2.78 km)

County Route 30 is a 1.73-mile (2.78 km) west–east county route in the southern part of Rockland County, New York.

Route 30 begins at the New Jersey border in Pearl River and Montvale, New Jersey, and ends at CR 33.[22] CR 30 runs exclusively through Pearl River. CR 30 is one of the newest Rockland County Routes. The last 0.5 miles (0.80 km) of CR 30 used to be the southern end of CR 35. CR 30 was inserted in place of CR 35 because of the east–west direction, and that the county wanted to label Old Pascack Road a Rockland County route. After CR 30's western terminus at the New Jersey border, Summit Avenue continues providing a route to the Garden State Parkway.

Major intersections

The entire route is in Pearl River, Rockland County.

Mile[1] km Destinations Notes
0.00 0.00 CR 33 (Middletown Road)
0.61 0.98 NY 304
1.21 1.95 CR 35 (South Highland Avenue)
1.73 2.78 Summit Avenue Continuation into New Jersey
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 33[edit]

County Route 33
Location: Pearl RiverStony Point
Length: 13.3 mi (21.4 km)

County Route 33 is the longest county route in Rockland at 13.3 miles (21.4 km) miles. CR 33 runs through Pearl River, Nanuet, New City, Garnerville, Stony Point.

County Route 33A[edit]

County Route 33A
Location: Clarkstown
Length: 0.1 mi[1] (0.16 km)

County Route 33A is a 0.3 miles (0.48 km) south–north county route in the central part of Rockland County, New York.

Route 33A begins at CR 33, and ends at CR 46.[23] CR 33A is located just south of downtown Nanuet. CR 33A is a spur for drivers to connect between CR 33 and CR 46 without going to the CR 33/CR 46 intersection. CR 33 had as many as three child routes at one time, but CR 33A is the only one that still exists. CR 33B was designated in New City, and CR 33C was designated in Stony Point.

Major intersections

The entire route is in Clarkstown, Rockland County.

Mile[1] km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 CR 33 (Middletown Road)
0.1 0.2 CR 46 (Convent Road)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 35[edit]

County Route 35
Location: Pearl RiverClarkstown
Length: 4.10 mi[1] (6.60 km)

County Route 35 is a 4.10-mile (6.60 km) long north–south county route in the central part of Rockland County, New York.

Route 35 begins close to the New Jersey border at CR 30 in Pearl River, and ends at CR 60 in Nanuet.[24] CR 35 runs through Pearl River, Chestnut Ridge, Spring Valley, and Nanuet. CR 35's southern terminus used to be a half-mile east of its current location. CR 35 followed the eastern portion of CR 30's route to NY 304, but was replaced by an even numbered route because this stretch is east–west. The current portion of CR 30 west of CR 35 was not signed. After a long stretch through residential Chestnut Ridge, CR 35 enters a busy area in Spring Valley. Northbound Garden State Parkway ends at the New York State Thruway, but has an alternate exit unto CR 35 for drivers heading into Spring Valley and Nanuet. The GSP cannot be entered from CR 35, nor can southbound GSP drivers exit unto CR 35. CR 35 shares a terminus with CR 60 at the Smith Road/Pascack Road intersection. Pascack Road continues north for a bit before ending at CR 74.

CR 35 is part of the original routing of NY 304.[21]

CR 35 has three suffixed routes:

  • CR 35A- The only child route that is longer than mere tenths of a mile.
  • CR 35B- Route 35B was 0.1 miles (0.16 km) route that began at CR 30 and ended at CR 35 along Old South Highland Avenue in Pearl River.[25]
  • CR 35C- Route 35C is a disputed 0.1 miles (0.16 km) route that begins at CR 35 and ends at CR 35A along Perlman Drive. The reason CR 35C is disputed is because it is not signed, but in fact is still signed CR 35A. CR 35A used to run along Perlman Drive before being extended northward along West Clarkstown Road. County maps show Perlman Drive as CR 35C.[26]
CR 35's northern terminus is just two-tenths of a mile from this single-lane train tunnel in Spring Valley.
Major intersections
Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Pearl River 0.0 0.0 CR 30 (West Washington Avenue)
Nanuet 2.73 4.39 CR 46 (Old Nyack Turnpike)
Spring Valley 3.52 5.66 Garden State Pkwy. Alternate exit for GSP NB; no entry from CR 35 to GSP
3.69 5.94 CR 35A (Pipetown Hill Road)
Nanuet 4.10 6.60 CR 60 (Smith Road)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 35A[edit]

County Route 35A
Location: Spring ValleyNew City
Length: 3.35 mi[1] (5.39 km)

County Route 35A is a 3.35-mile (5.39 km) long north–south county route in the central part of Rockland County, New York.

Route 35A begins at CR 35 in Spring Valley, and ends at CR 80 in New City.[27] CR 35A runs through Spring Valley, Nanuet, and New City. CR 35A begins as a spur from CR 35 to NY 59 in a busy area of Spring Valley. This little spur has commuter lots on both sides. CR 35A then merges with NY 59, and shares an intersection with the northbound entrance/exit for Exit 14A of the New York State Thruway (I-87/I-287). At the next traffic light, CR 35A turns right, and proceeds north for the rest of its route. CR 35A is the longest child county route in Rockland County. Actually, CR 35A is the only child that is longer than one-tenth of a mile. Only as recently as the late 1990s was CR 35A extended south beyond NY 59 and north beyond the Spring Valley Market Place. In fact, CR 35A used to begin at NY 59, and turn left at Perlman Road at the first traffic light. CR 35A signs still remain on Perlman Road, which was formally the northern terminus of the route. County maps of Rockland County label this CR 35C even though CR 35A signs stand.

Major intersections
Location Mile km Destinations Notes
New City 0.00 0.00 CR 80 (New Hempstead Road)
1.71 2.75 CR 74 (East Eckerson Road)
Nanuet 1.97 3.17 CR 60 (Smith Road)
2.95 4.75 CR 35
Spring Valley 3.14 5.05 I-87 / I-287 / Thruway Northbound entrance and exit via CR 35A
3.35 5.39 NY 59
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 36[edit]

County Route 36
Location: Blauvelt
Length: 0.65 mi[1] (1.05 km)

County Route 36 is a 0.65-mile (1.05 km) long west–east county route in the eastern part of Rockland County, New York.

Route 36 begins at CR 15, and ends at North Molson Road[28] CR 36 runs exclusively through residential areas of Blauvelt. CR 36 eastern terminus is just 0.1-mile (0.16 km) away from NY 303, but because the end of Leber Road is a one-way bridge it is not designated CR 36. Some Rockland County maps actually show CR 36 continuing over the bridge, crossing NY 303, and finally ending at CR 11 about a hundred feet later. However, a CR 36 end shield exists before the bridge. CR 36 is merely a side street serving a Blauvelt residential neighborhood, and it doesn't even have double yellow lines any more.[original research?]

Major intersections

The entire route is in Blauvelt, Rockland County.

Mile[1] km Destinations Notes
0.00 0.00 NY 303
0.65 1.05 CR 15 (Western Highway)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 37[edit]

County Route 37
Location: Spring Valley
Length: 0.27 mi[1] (0.43 km)

County Route 37 is a 0.27-mile (0.43 km) long north–south county route in the central part of Rockland County, New York. Known as South Central Avenue, Route 37 begins at a curve with the Old Nyack Turnpike near the New York State Thruway. The road intersects with several local roads, some of which intersected other routes. CR 37 came to an end at NY 59.[29]

Major intersections The entire route is in Spring Valley, Rockland County.

Mile km Destinations Notes
0.00 0.00 NY 59 (Pipetown Hill Road)
0.27 0.43 CR 52 (Old Nyack Turnpike)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

County Route 38[edit]

County Route 38
Location: BlauveltNyack
Length: 1.36 mi[1] (2.19 km)

County Route 38 is a 1.3-mile (2.1 km) long west–east county route in the eastern part of Rockland County, New York.

Route 38 begins at CR 11 in Blauvelt, and ends at the back entrance of Nyack College.[30] CR 38 runs through Blauvelt, along the northern border of Blauvelt State Park, and Nyack. CR 38's western terminus used to extend to NY 303, and only recently was shortened to begin at CR 11. In fact, Bradley Hill Road extends west beyond NY 303 for about a quarter-mile. After being truncated, CR 38 is one of the more hidden Rockland County routes.

Major intersections
Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Blauvelt 0.00 0.00 CR 11 (Greenbush Road)
Nyack 1.04 1.67 CR 5 (North Tweed Road)
1.36 2.19 South Nyack village Line
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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