The Village of Jeffersonville is located in the scenic foothills of the Catskill Mountains in the Western part of Sullivan County. Just 90 minutes from New York City, the area has numerous lakes, woodlands, and over 40 miles of the scenic Upper Delaware River, where you will find an abundance of outdoor recreational activities, fun-filled educational and family oriented events throughout each seasons.
The Village of Jeffersonville was incorporated on November 24, 1924. It encompasses 1.5 square miles, with 4.23 miles of streets including the state highway, State Route 52 and the 23-acre Lake Jefferson lies within the village boundaries. In the 2010 census, there were 359 people residing in the village boundaries. The name Jeffersonville came from the village’s first hotel, built by Charles J. Langhorn. The Jefferson House, named in honor of U.S. President Thomas Jefferson.
The highest point in the village is upper Jefferson Avenue at 1275 feet and the lowest point is Kohlertown at 1040 feet. Callicoon Creek watershed with the convergence of two branches in the village-the Lake Jefferson outlet and Laundry Brook. The bedrock was laid down some 350 million years ago in the Upper Devonian Period. The village is part of the Katsberg formation molded during the Wisconsin Glaciation which ended about 10,000 years ago.
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