The Town of Ramapo, of which Sloatsburg is one of fifteen villages, was
voted as the #2 place to live within the East Coast by
We are a small community nestled
foothills of the Ramapo Mountains. We are surrounded by several State
Parks which offer hiking, swimming, boating, camping, skiing and a
glimpse into the past. At the end of your day, make sure to stop by one
of our eateries to digest all that you have seen.
What makes us different from many other communities is that we cherish
our country feel and look to preserve the history of our village.
Sloatsburg's local businesses
fulfill all your needs but if you care to venture out, we are centrally
located within a 25 minute drive of all major shopping areas from the
malls on Route 17, the
Palisades Mall in West Nyack, and Woodbury Commons in Harriman NY.
We hope your visit with us
leaves you with many pleasant memories and that you will plan to visit us
Information available on Rockland County “RENEW PROGRAM” can be found by
clicking on the Rockland County Site Link.
Governor Mario Cuomo and County Ececutive Ed Day have declared State of Emergencies.
The Village of Sloatsburg had and is taking action to protect the public health and safety of all residents. There is no question that this is a dangerous and challenging time and all of us must do out part in the fight against this health threat. Therefore, the following actions have been taken:
The State has closed the Village Court for 45 days
The Planning and Zoning Boad meetings have been postponed until further notice
The Sloatsburg Library will be following the Sufferen School District Schedule
The Village Board will not meet on March 24th
The Easter Egg Hunt has been cancelled
The Senior Citizen Center is closed until further notice
It is strongly urged that all residents follow the safety procedures as outlined by our health officials. The latest information relating to COVID-19, the Corona Virus, may be obtained at
You may also call the New York State Department of Health Hotline at
1-888-364-3065 to speak with a NYS DOH expert
The Village will continue to keep our residents informed with the latest information, as well as, the announcement of any additional action to be taken.
Please feel free to call the Village Office at 845-753-2727 for questions and concerns.
Mayor Carl S. Wright
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