Harrison, NY

Harrison is a town/village located 22 miles north of Manhattan. Although Harrison provides an easy commute to New York City, the way of life is easygoing and relaxed. The community is diversified with a population that includes a multitude of nationalities. In addition to magnificent homes, situated on sprawling acreage, Harrison has vibrant downtown neighborhoods with their own history and character. More than 27,000 residents enjoy living in an area convenient to shopping, restaurants, recreation, entertainment, public transportation and more.

Within our town you will find schools with exceptional, nationally recognized, programs. Harrison also has a dynamic recreation department that offers year round in-door and out-door programs for children and adults. Swimming, tennis, baseball, softball and lacrosse can be enjoyed in the various parks and ball fields around town.

Harrison consists of Downtown Are of Harrison (10528), Purchase (10577) and West Harrison (10604).

Harrison Parks and Playgrounds

Ron Belmont Pool in West Harrison

Brentwood Park & Pool


Purchase, New York is a wealthy hamlet in the town of Harrison, in Westchester County. One myth explains that its name is derived from Harrison’s purchase, where John Harrison was to be granted as much land as he could ride in one day. Purchase is home to State University of New York at Purchase and Manhattanville College.

Purchase Library

Purchase Community House