Celebrate Sloatsburg and the Changing Season
Chamber Fall Block Party
Sunday, October 6, from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Sloatsburg Chamber Spring Block Party
Sunday, April 28, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Photo credit - Geoff Welch

The Sloatsburg Chamber of Commerce is preparing for its Second Annual Spring Block Party on Sunday, April 28, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The spring party takes place at Village Walk which has easy access to the village Commuter Lot. Look for your favorite vendors under tents, music, food, and a family-friendly day. We hope you join us!

The Spring Block Party is held in conjunction with the annual Keep Rockland Beautiful cleanup in Sloatsburg, NY.

Come out to help us celebrate springtime and community at Village Walk.

Keep Rockland Beautiful 2019 Sloatsburg Spring Cleanup

Photo credit - Geoff Welch

The Sloatsburg Chamber of Commerce is proud to support the Keep Rockland Beautiful Community Cleanup of Sloatsburg. This spring effort features Keep Rockland Beautiful and a whole host of participants, including local Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts. The community participants meet at the Sloatsburg Municipal Hall (96 Orange Turnpike) at 10 a.m. and then are off on a planned community adventure. Think about participating. The Sloatsburg Cleanup takes place on Sunday, April 28!

Explore Harriman NY Trail Town Initiative

In Partnership with the Sloatsburg & Suffern Chambers
and Rockland County Tourism

Photo credit - Geoff Welch

The Sloatsburg Chamber is exited to represent the Village of Sloatsburg and partner with the Suffern Chamber of Commerce and Rockland County Tourism on the Explore Harriman trail town initiative, which promotes tourism into Rockland County.

Rockland County parks are beacons attracting visitors from across the Hudson Valley, New York City and beyond. The western Rockland communities of the Villages of Suffern and Sloatsburg are natural gateways to both county and state parks, beginning with Harriman State Park, New York’s second largest state park and one of its crown jewels.

A collaborative effort, Explore Harriman promotes the powerful message that western Rockland County is a parks and recreation destination open for business.

As you hike or bike or walk the many trails Sloatsburg’s surrounding parks provide, remember that the Ramapo Mountains and Ramapo River are amazing resources that are vital assets of Rockland County.

Explore Harriman article with grant award announcement, featuring Rockland County Executive Ed Day: