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Washingtonville is at the junction of highways
NY-94 & NY 208

Some History-
Washingtonville has a history of over two hundred years, and the residents take great pride in both the history and the growth of the community. It was first settled in 1731 originally called "Matthews Field". It was later named 
Washingtonville, in honor of the late general and first president of the United States, whom we are told came through and watered his horse at the trough which had been located under the big tree in the center of the village.

Washingtonville has something to offer every member of the community.  From
entertainment, recreational opportunities, small businesses and services.  The community spirit
is something that has helped Washingtonville prosper and continues to keep thecommunity strong and growing.


 Washingtonville Central School District is made up of five schools; Washingtonville High School, Washingtonville Middle School, Little Britain Elementary, Taft Elementary, and Round Hill Elementary.
School Link


NY-17, NY-17M & NY 32 connect in the village.
New York Route 17, US Rout 6 & Interstate 87 (New York Thruway)
connect north of the village.

Some History-

The village is named after E.H. Harriman, former president of the Union Pacific railroad. Previously, it was known as Turner, from the early restaurant of Peter Turner.

In 1950 Harriman had a population of 676.  In 2000 census there were 2,252 people, 927 households, and 588 families residing in the village.


The Monroe-Woodbury Central School District is located approximately 45 miles north of New York City and geographically includes the towns of Monroe, Harriman, most of Woodbury and parts of Tuxedo, Chester and Blooming Grove. The Monroe-Woodbury School District serves a population of approximately 35,000 people with 65% employed outside the area. Its unique location in the "Lake Region" of Southern Orange County at the foothills of the Catskill Mountains offers the charm of a clean suburban/rural countryside within easy driving distance of New York City. The community has traditionally offered outstanding support for the school district. Quality education is a major community priority.

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