County Route 74
(CR 74) is a long west–east county route in the central part of Rockland County, New York
. CR 74 begins at US 202 in Montebello, near Harriman State Park
, and ends at CR 35A in New City. CR 74 is an alternate route to County Route 80
, as it runs parallel with it for its entire run. CR 74 runs through Montebello, Viola, Monsey, Spring Valley, before ending just inside the New City town limits.
CR 74 is a key route in Rockland as it has intersections with a few north–south state highways in the county. CR 74 passes several schools along its route, including Rockland Community College
, Suffern High School, Ramapo High School, and a few elementary schools. The highway was also a reference to the naming of the community of Viola
. After some designation changes in the late 1980s and early 1990s, CR 74 was designated over County Route 106 and County Route 107.
Rockland County Route 74 begins at an intersection with U.S. Route 202
, along the borderline of Harriman State Park in Montebello
. The highway progresses eastward from the T-intersection, crossing over the Mahwah River
after the US 202 intersection. Along the first stretch of CR 74, Viola Road, the route passes very large houses and condominiums. At the northern terminus of Vivian Place, a dead-end highway, a pond is... Read More