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Planning Your Move to Mount Vernon?

Moving to the Empire State? Consider choosing Mount Vernon, or “The City That Believes,” an inner suburb of New York City, located just above The Bronx. Sandwiched between Yonkers and New Rochelle, Mount Vernon can be divided into three major areas: Southside Mount Vernon, which has an urban feel; Northside Mount Vernon, which is more residential in character; and Downtown Mount Vernon, the area between the two that contains the Gramatan Avenue and Fourth Avenue shopping district. Learn more about life in Mount Vernon, including local schools, weather, and things to do and see.

Year Founded: 1853

Population as of 2015: 68,628

Land Area (sq. miles): 4.4

Median Age: 38.4

Median Household Income: $64,494

Median Home Price: $380,700

Annual Weather Averages:

  • High Temperature: 86° Fahrenheit
  • Low Temperature: 21° Fahrenheit
  • Rainfall: 46 inches
  • Snowfall: 34 inches

Notable Employment Facts: Mount Vernon has a large commercial sector with many nationally recognized businesses within industries such as electronics, engineering, high tech, historical metal restoration, and manufacturing, which are mainly located within the Empire Zone at the southern portion of the city.

Major Employers: Mount Vernon city school district, Michael Anthony Jewelers and Mount Vernon Hospital.


  • Mount Vernon Schools:
    • 16 public schools serving more than 8,000 students
      • 3 high schools
      • 2 middle schools
      • 11 elementary schools
      • 49 preschools
      • 1 charter school
    • 4 private schools
  • Universities and Colleges located in Mount Vernon:

Local Radio Stations:

  • WFUV (90.7 FM) Rock and Roots
  • WFAS (103.9 FM) Adult Contemporary
  • WKLV (96.7 FM) Christian Contemporary

Public Transit: Bus and rail services via Metro-North.

Parks and Recreation:

  • Wilson’s Woods Park is one of the oldest parks in Westchester County with many amenities for park-goers including swimming, fishing, picnicking areas large enough to accommodate big groups, nature study, ice skating and ice fishing. The park is well-known for its waterpark, Wilson’s Waves that features a wave pool for all ages, waterslide, water playground and spray deck.
  • Hunt’s Woods is a Westchester County preserve that has dense woodland, scenic hiking and mountain biking trails, and is dog-friendly.
  • Memorial Field, formally known as City Field, was built in 1930 and was once used for football games and concerts. It is most known for being the set of the iconic 1979 “Mean Joe Greene” Coca-Cola Super Bowl commercial. Currently closed to the public, restoration plans were initiated in June 2016.
  • Hooperstown is a facility dedicated to basketball fitness and education, offering leagues for all ages, camps and clinics.
  • Hartley Park and is home to many Mount Vernon festivals.

Rich and Vibrant Arts and Culture:

  • Paul’s Church is a national historic site and a journey back in time for those who visit. The church was constructed in the late 1700s and the cemetery in the churchyard is the burial site to many notable individuals, such as the Army surgeons who attended President Lincoln at Ford’s Theater, an early silent movie star and a former slave who served in the Union Army during the Civil War.
  • For more than 20 years, locals have flocked to The Bayou for Cajun food, where a list of 100 hot and spicy sauces await daring taste buds. Top Blues and Zydeco artists fill the restaurant with music on Fridays and Saturdays.
  • Arts on Third, an annual event in late September, is the largest arts and entertainment festival in Westchester County, with more than 50,000 attendees. This family-friendly event showcases local creative talent through original art, lectures and demonstrations.

Moving to Mount Vernon and searching for a reliable moving company? With more than 70 years of experience, Molloy Moving & Storage is unmatched by any other New York moving company. Contact us today for a free moving quote.