The Town of Cortlandt is where
life works at home, work and play…
And it is prime for investment!
Commercial space is often available with twice the space for half the cost.
Access to a highly educated and diverse workforce of all ages.
Committed to aiding investors and entrepreneurs through streamlined approval processes.
Town Of Cortlandt
Geographically, to the north of Cortlandt is Putnam County, to the South are the towns of New Castle and Ossining, to the west is the Hudson River, and to the east the Town of Yorktown. The town completely surrounds the City of Peekskill, which is a burgeoning artist, media and entertainment hub, and offers easy access to West Point Military Academy via the Bear Mountain Bridge. (See map on right.)
Cortlandt Fast Facts
Over 29 Years
on average town property taxes
preserved and added 3,000 acres of open spaces
in town investments & capital projects
tripled town reserve/savings
Master’s, doctorate or
professional school degree 27,300
Bachelor’s Degree 30,820
Associates Degree 4,684
Some College 21,327
High school or GED 30,621
(10 mile radius)
Total people: 121,184
2 Train Stations
40 Square Miles
Over 40 recreational sites
15 miles of riverfront
Total consumer spending
(10 mile radius): almost
The Town Board
The Town Council, also known as the Town Board is comprised of four council members, who are elected for a four-year term, and the Supervisor, a full-time position, who is elected for a two-year term.
(Left to Right): Francis X. Farrell, Debra A. Costello, Town Supervisor Linda Puglisi, Richard H. Becker and James F. Creighton