Port Chester is a village in the United States. the state of New York and most of the city of Rye in Westchester County by population. According to the 2010 census, Port Chester had a population of 28,967 and was the fifth most populous village in New York State. In 2019, its population grew to 29,163 inhabitants, according to census estimates. Port Chester, located in southeast Westchester, is part of the New York Metropolitan Statistical Area. Port of Chester in the east is bordered by the state of Connecticut and the city of Greenwich. Port Chester is one of 12 villages in New York still registered under the charter; other villages were either incorporated or re-incorporated in accordance with the provisions of the Village Law.
Wach camera online in Port Chester
The village of Port Chester is nicknamed the "Gateway to New England" and serves as a transportation hub between the states of New England and New York. Its economy is primarily driven by small businesses, local government, and several national corporations including Stop & Shop, Marshalls, Bed Bath & Beyond, T-Mobile and Metro from T-Mobile, Verizon, Boost Mobile, Staples and Walgreens. Westchester Community College has a campus in nearby Valhalla, New York.