Katonah is a charming hamlet that is simply brimming with history, recreation and a feeling of community. It has a population of about 1,600.
Among Katonah’s historical sites is the John Jay House, which was the home of John Jay, the first Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Another gem in this community is the Katonah Museum of Art, displaying ever-changing exhibits of art from many backgrounds. The Katonah Memorial Park is an ideal spot for outdoor activities. It offers residents facilities for swimming, baseball, soccer, basketball and tennis.
The hamlet of Katonah is fortunate enough to have a train station, within easy walking distance for most residents. From Katonah Station, on the Metro North Harlem line, it's a 70 minute commute into Grand Central Terminal. Commuters also have the choice of driving into the city by way of Interstate 684 and Hutchinson River Parkway, which also takes about 70 minutes, depending on traffic.
Katonah is part of the Katonah-Lewisboro School District.