Northern Westchester

Northern Westchester

Northern Westchester

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Northern Westchester refers to the upper portion of Westchester County, New York (USA), a suburban area north of New York City. Municipalities in Westchester are often referenced in connection to the geographical half of the county they are in; either Northern or Southern. The northern portion (places north of Interstate 287/Cross Westchester Expressway) is further from Manhattan and more rural than the southern portion. Northern Westchester offers a relaxed, country-like lifestyle while still remaining in close proximity to New York City. It is home to two major reservoirs which provide water for New York City; The New Croton Reservoir and the Kensico Reservoir.

Municipalities in Northern Westchester

In New York State, there are three types of political subdivisions (i.e. municipalities) of counties: cities, towns, and villages. While cities are incorporated entities, towns are not. However, areas within a town can incorporate; when this occurs, the said area is called a "village". Villages have their own additional level of government along with the government of the town the village lies within. Please note that sometimes a town contains a village with the same name; this village usually contains the town's center.

Furthermore, certain areas of the incorporated (non-village) part of a town often develop their own identity, based around perhaps a school district or zip code; this unofficial formation is known as a hamlet and may or may not be acknowledged by the...
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