The Monsey Guide is a full updated directory to the Orthodox Jewish community of the greater Monsey area. Includes all of Rockland County. Choose below your category.
Monsey Guide, the Jewish and Kosher Directory to the greater Monsey, New York area includes the following villages and towns in Rockland County. Click on a location below to find listings by location.
The village of Airmont, incorporated in 1991, is a consolidation of the hamlets of Tallman, Airmont and South Monsey.
Monsey, NY is an ideal out of town community to raise a Frum Jewish family. The Monsey Jewish Orthodox community has seen tremendous growth in the past two decades. The community has more than 100 Shuls & Shteiblech, Jewish schools and Yeshivas, a respected variety of kosher restaurants and dining…
New City, New York Jewish and Kosher Directory. This listing includes Orthodox Shuls, Synagogues, Minyan, Mikvah and Kosher Food.
New Hempstead, which is located next to Monsey as well as the center of New City, has a very large Orthodox Jewish population. New Hempstead is a village in the town of Ramapo, Rockland County, New York. It borders New Square, Wesley Hills, south, Pomona and New City.
New Square (שיכון סקווירא) is an all-Hasidic village in the town of Ramapo, Rockland County, New York, United States. As of the 2010 census, it had a population of 6,944. Its inhabitants are predominantly members of the Skverer Hasidic movement who seek to maintain a Hasidic lifestyle disconnected from the…
Spring Valley is a village in the towns of Ramapo and Clarkstown in Rockland County, New York. Spring Valley is considered part of the "Monsey Jewish Community" among locals and visitors alike. Around World War II, Spring Valley had summer resorts that had many New York City Jewish people as…
Wesley Hills is a village in the town of Ramapo, Rockland County, New York, United States. It is located north of Viola, east of Harriman State Park, south of Pomona, and west of New Hempstead. Wesley Hills retains its upscale, upstate, "foothills of the mountains" ambiance but has integrated itself…