Gallegos Marble & Granite Serving Putnam County
Welcome To Putnam County!
Named after Israel Putnam, a hero in the French and Indian War and general in the American Revolutionary War, Putnam County was formed in 1812 from Duchess County in New York. Putnam County is included in the New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA Metropolitan Statistical Area and is located in the lower Hudson River Valley. Putnam is known as the most affluent county in America and ranks 7th in median household income.
Towns in Putnam County
– the county seat of Putnam county. Known for its historic townhouse and high school. There is a large statue commemorating Sybil Ludington, a Revolutionary war heroine, who rode her horse 40 miles warning surrounding militia that the British were nearby.
– located along the northern border of Putnam County. The Cahung Yen Monastery located in Kent houses the largest indoor statue of Buddha in the Western Hemisphere
– Originally named Franklin, Patterson is located in the northeast of Putnam County
– founded across the Hudson River from the village of cold spring Philipstown has three train stations – Garrison, Cold Spring and Manitou
– located in the southeastern corner of Putnam County, with a population of 18,000. The second largest town second to Carmel
- a town located on the southern border of Putnam County with a population of 11,000. Founded in 1835, home to the Clarence Fahnestock State Park
- an incorporated village surrounded by the Town of Philipstown and the village of Nelsonville.
- an incorporated village surrounded by the Town of Philipstown and the village of Cold Spring.
- is an incorporated village within the Town of Southeast.