County Route 33
is a south–north county route in the central part of Rockland County, New York
. Prior to 1970, portions of CR 33 were designated as the old route of New York State Route 304
. Today, CR 33 serves as an alternative route for NY 304
from Pearl River to New City where NY 304 ends at US 9W
. North of New City, CR 33 serves as an alternative route for the US 9W
multiplex in northern Rockland County.
CR 33 is the longest county route in Rockland, and in fact is longer than all NY state routes within the county except for NY 59
(only shorter by three-quarters of a mile). CR 33 intersects several major west–east roads within in the county. It even intersects the Palisades Interstate Parkway
at Exit 10 in New City. CR 33 has one present child-route in CR 33A in Nanuet, and until recently had three with CR 33B located in New City and CR 33C located in Stony Point.
CR 33 begins at NY 304 in Pearl River, and ends at CR 106 (Old NY 210
) in Stony Point. CR 33 runs through Pearl River, Nanuet, New City, Garnerville, and Stony Point. CR 33 is an alternate route for NY 304 from Pearl River to New City, and an alternate route for US 9W/US 202 from Garnerville to Stony Point. Between New City and Garnerville,... Read More