Welcome to Buchanan, NY

Welcome SignThe lovely Village of Buchanan is situated in the northwestern corner of Westchester County on the eastern bank of the historic Hudson River. Located within the Town of Cortlandt, the village covers 1.4 square miles. Approximately 20 miles from White Plains, Buchanan is accessible via Routes 9 and 9A, and via Amtrak and Metro north railroads.

Rich in history and amenities, visitors and residents enjoy a thriving shopping district, parks, recreational facilities and more. A wonderful place to live and work, Buchanan is home to Entergy, which provides electricity to the entire region.


2015 Summer Concerts on the Lawn

Pack a picnic. Bring your lawn chairs blanket. And enjoy our summer concert series on the lawn!

Sunday, September 13; 5 PM to 7 PM

Buchanan Village Hall Lawn, 236 Tate Avenue

In case of rain, the concerts will be at the Buchanan Pavilion, 218 Westchester Avenue

The Big Easies
A New Orleans Style (Dixieland) Jazz ensemble, Traditional upbeat and familiar jazz style appealing to all generations. Banjo, Sax, Brass (yes with Tuba) facebook.com/bigeasies

Click here to download the flyer.


2015 Buchanan Day

Saturday, September 26 from 11 AM to 4 PM. (Rain date: September 27) at the Village Pavilion.

Activities All Day for All Ages!

  • Jumpy Castle
  • Pumpkin Painting
  • Face Painting
  • Lots of Food
  • Macaroni the Clown from Noon to 3 PM
  • Birds of Prey from Noon
  • Pony Rides from Noon to 3 PM
  • Live Music with Over the Top from Noon to 4 PM
  • Performances throughout the day by local dance and karate schools.

Click here to download the Buchanan Day flyer.


Please download the vendor application and general information here.

9-11 MemorialReaching Through The Shadow 9/11 Memorial Sculpture Placed at Croton Landing

The bronze figurative sculpture to complete the final phase of the Reaching Through The Shadow Buchanan*Cortlandt*Croton-on-Hudson (BCC) 9/11 Remembrance Memorial at Croton Landing was placed at the site along the Croton RiverWalk on Thursday, July 10.

The design of the Memorial, entitled Reaching Through The Shadow, was a collaboration between Ms. Davis and James W. Rhodes, FAIA, formerly of Croton. The installation of the sculpture completes the Memorial, which is a sundial registered with the North American Sundial Society. There is also an adjacent Remembrance Garden at the site alongside the Hudson River.

9/11 Memorial
9/11 Memorial
9/11 Memorial
9/11 Memorial