Peekskill, NY

Schedule free consultation

Nestled on the Hudson River’s eastern shore, Peekskill offers small-city vibrancy just miles from the metro area. This historic community prizes its natural scenery and thriving local arts.


Per the 2020 census, Peekskill has a population of 25,464 residents. Once predominantly European immigrants, today its diversity reflects many heritages including Hispanic, African American and Caribbean.

Peekskill maintains a tight-knit feel despite steady population growth. The community welcomes all to share in its spirit.


Peekskill’s roots trace to the early 18th century as a port town. Industries like iron works and manufacturing drove growth into the 1900s. The revitalization of its historic downtown and riverfront has renewed pride.

Sites around town evoke its past, from the 1925 Paramount Theater to Fort Hill Park’s Revolutionary era remains. Peekskill evolves while celebrating its heritage.

Expertise Meets Individuality

Reserve your consultation today to explore how Bellava’s expertly tailored aesthetic treatments can magnify your individual beauty and confidence.

Book Now

Quality of Life

Between the scenic riverfront, friendly neighborhoods, and plentiful recreation, Peekskill offers an outstanding quality of life. Top rated schools and city services make it an attractive place to settle down.

Festivals like the Peekskill Celebration spotlight the tight-knit community. The city truly has something for everyone seeking beauty and opportunity.


Peekskill residents have access to excellent care right in the community. NewYork-Presbyterian Hudson Valley Hospital provides comprehensive healthcare services including emergency, maternity, surgical, and specialty care.

Neighborhood clinics like Compass Primary Care and Peekskill Family Practice offer convenient medical homes. Supporting good health is a point of pride.


Through neighborhood watches, community policing, and youth programs, Peekskill has made great strides enhancing public safety over the past decade. Crime rates have steadily declined and are well below state averages.

The police department works hand-in-hand with citizens, businesses, and community leaders to sustain safe neighborhoods for all. Their diligence provides peace of mind.


Peekskill acts as a regional transportation nexus. The Metro-North commuter railroad provides direct service to New York City in under an hour. Major highways like Route 9 pass through the city.

The Bee-Line bus system offers routes across Westchester while taxis service locals. Peekskill’s own bus system makes getting around town easy without a car. Biking is also popular along the riverfront.

Begin Your Transformation Today

Schedule a consultation with Bellava’s experts to embark on a personalized journey towards aesthetic excellence and self-renewal.

Book Now

Shopping and Dining

Peekskill’s historic downtown district contains locally-owned boutiques, antique shops, cafes and restaurants. The neighborhood markets offer fresh produce and gourmet treats.

Just outside town, Peekskill’s many malls and plazas house major national retailers. Area restaurants reflect the community’s diversity, serving up Italian, Mexican, Japanese and more.


Peekskill City Schools offer quality learning from pre-K through 12th grade. Their caring environment emphasizes individual growth for over 4,000 students. The district has won awards for excellence in academics, arts and athletics.

Many students also attend private academies in the area like Archbishop Stepinac High School. Peekskill offers creative youth many avenues to succeed.

Points of Interest

  • Kiley Youth Center – State-of-the-art community center offering programs and classes for local youth
  • Peekskill Farmers Market – Popular weekly outdoor market selling produce, breads, crafts and more
  • Riverfront Green Park – Scenic Hudson River overlook with walking trails, gardens, and a summer concert series
  • Paramount Hudson Valley Theater – Historic 1925 theater hosting musicals, plays, comedy shows and concerts
  • Charles Point – Dramatic headland with hiking trails and views of Bear Mountain Bridge and the Hudson
  • Field Library – Esteemed local library founded in 1932 offering programs, lectures, and community events