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Spring Valley is a suburb of New York City, a village in the towns of Ramapo and Clarkstown in Rockland County, New York, United States. It is located north of Chestnut Ridge, east of Airmont and Monsey, south of Hillcrest, and west of Nanuet. The population was 31,347 at the 2010 census, making it the 2nd most populous community in Rockland County, after New City.
The Village of Spring Valley is mostly in the Town of Ramapo with a bit sticking into the Town of Clarkstown to the west. The NY State Thruway (I-87) is adjacent to the village. Former names for Spring Valley were Pascack and Pot Cheese Hollow.
Bobby Johnson is the Superintendent of the Department of Public Works. Barry Battle is the Supervisor.
The Village website will soon have a module dedicated to receiving complaints, comments or concerns regarding community issues.
The Village code only allows for 5 large parts of garbage, I.e. a bed frame or bed mattress, on a property for pick once every week. Our D.P.W. is not responsible for large piles of garbage. It is up to the resident to comply with village code and remove the garbage.
Code Enforcement aims to preserve and enhance the safety, appearance and economic stability of our community through the diligent enforcement of applicable ordinances and land use regulations. We want to keep our community safe and beautiful. For more information on your responsibility as a resident to keep our village beautiful, follow the links below.
This is what you will need to get a building permit.
If you’re unsure about if you need a permit, follow these points to better understand if you’ll need to get a permit.