Dobbs Ferry has a vibrant small-town community with diversity and character. Its walkable downtown area leads you past great restaurants and stores, right to the historic Hudson River. It's easy to see why Dobbs Ferry is a popular place for families to settle.
With its sloping geography and intimate community feel Dobbs Ferry packs a lot of opportunity into its small village. You can take in historical sites, a day at the river, or of course enjoy one of their many fine restaurants. With award winning schools, and NYC just minutes away, it's clear to see that Dobbs Ferry offers a world of opportunity.
Dobbs Ferry Union Free School District was the first school district in Westchester County to launch an International Baccalaureate (IB) program in 1997. With Mercy College located right in Dobbs Ferry, there are plenty of educational opportunities for all ages.
Dobbs Ferry offers some of Westchester's best restaurants, featuring food from all around the world. It is even home to The Cookery, one of only 8 Westchester restaurants to receive Michelin distinction.
Proud of its rich history and diversity, Dobbs Ferry offers activities for all ages. You can shop at the locally owned stores, pop into a gallery, and more.
You can get to Grand Central in 35 minutes from the MetroNorth station in Dobbs Ferry. Driving is a breeze with the Saw Mill River Parkway bordering the town. Dobbs Ferry is easy to get to!
450 square miles and 45 cities, towns and villages.
Relax at beaches, hike and bike trails, and enjoy other activities across 18,000 acres of parkland.
Get to Grand Central Station in as little as 30 minutes.
Westchester County’s various incentives help support startups, assist not-for-profits, and promote economic development through creating, attracting and retaining jobs, and more.
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