The Town of Southeast, NY, which was founded in 1788, is located at the crossroads of Interstate highways Route 684 and Route 84, and State Routes 22, 312, 6 and 202. Metro-North Railroad's Harlem Line has two stops that service the area at Brewster Village and Southeast Station off Route 312. The Town's population -- 18,404 according to the 2010 Census -- makes it the second largest town in Putnam County, NY.
Southeast is home to a number of designated historic sites, including the Old Southeast Church and Old Doansburg Schoolhouse, Old Town Hall, and the Walter Brewster House. In addition to numerous homes and sites of historic interest from the 18th and 19th centuries, Southeast also boasts the Milltown Area and Starr Ridge historic districts.
Established in 1963, the Southeast Museum offers exhibits on the history of the Town of Southeast, including the early American Circus, the Harlem line Railroad, the Tilly Foster Mine, the Borden Milk Condensery, and the Croton Reservoir System.
A driving map of Southeast located at the junction of Rte 22 and Interstate 84.
Some town statistics, including population, housing units, and median income.
Town Hall: 1360 Route 22, Brewster, NY 10509
Phone: 845-279-4313 Fax: 845-278-2453
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