About Rockland County, New York
Located in the southeastern part of New York State — just 15 miles northwest of the George Washington Bridge, Rockland County is a major crossroads with easy access to interstate highways and all tri-state airports.
Although small in size, its proximity to Manhattan and appeal of suburbia helped transform the county to its present-day metropolitan ambiance.
Nationally ranked in the Top 10 on the list of highest-income counties by median household income, Rockland’s current median family income stands at $80,942. In addition, it is designated as a Preserve America Community with approximately 30% of the county devoted to parkland.
- Population: 320,903 (2013)
- County Executive: Hon. Edwin J. Day
- County Seat: New City
- Median Income: $80,942 (2013)
- Labor Force: 154,300 (Jan 2012)
- Unemployment Rate: 4.3% (Feb 2015)
- Top Employers: REDC Top 100 List/ Top Employers Map (June, 2017)
- Transit & Commuting: Dept of Public Transportation
- Towns: 5