visiting us


How to Get Here

From the North:

Take Rt. 9 south past Peekskill to the Montrose exit. At the light at the end of the exit ramp turn right. Our church is the next building on the right.

From the South:


Take Rt. 9 north past Croton-on-Hudson to the Montrose exit. At the light at the end of the exit ramp turn left. Our church is directly after the next light (the southbound exit light), on the right.

From the East:


As you may know, good roads don’t travel east/west in Westchester County. Possibilities to use are Rt. 133 to Rt. 9 (go north on Rt. 9) or Rt. 202 to Rt. 9 (go south on Rt. 9)

From the West:


Get over the river! From the Bear-Mountain bridge go south to Rt. 9, then follow directions from the north. From the Tappan Zee bridge take the exit immediately after the bridge onto Rt. 9 north and stay on it until you reach Croton-on-Hudson. Use directions from the south.

There are some reserved "guest" parking spots in our Upper Lot. 


Handicap Accessibility 

There are a handful of designated handicapped parking spaces in our Upper Lot designed for folks who need to park close to the building.

There is a ramp that wraps around the back of the building to an entrance into Fellowship Hall. We have a wheelchair in our entrance way in case there is a need for help up the ramp. There are two small steps between Fellowship Hall and the Sanctuary. Greeters and Ushers (and anyone really!) will be happy to help you navigate these steps.

There is an accessible bathroom just inside Fellowship Hall.


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Unitarian Universalist Congregation
of the Hudson Valley
2021 Albany Post Road
Croton-on-Hudson NY 10520

914 271 4283

office hours: Mon-Fri - 2pm-6pm

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