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North Riverdale is a residential neighborhood situated north of 254th Street in the Riverdale community of the Bronx. There are commercial shops located in various locations throughout the community and Riverdale Avenue is a commercial corridor lined with shops, eateries and various services. Residents of North Riverdale are usually within walking distance of necessities like banks and grocers. 


North Riverdale residents that own dogs and take their pet for a daily walk will experience a variety of weather conditions in coastal New York. Summers are hot and humid and you may want to plan walks with your furry friend for later in the day. Winters can be chilly and wet with sleet and snow possible. Although temperatures in winter are not as severely cold as inland locations, waterproof outerwear is advised to keep you warm and dry. If your dog is short haired or chills easily, they may even benefit from a small sweater or coat as well. 

Terrain in North Riverdale
BUILT ENVIRONMENT
All Artificial
Mostly Artificial
Good Balance
Mostly Natural
All Natural
Artificial
Balanced
Natural
TOPOGRAPHIC RELIEF
Flat
Mostly Flat
Medium
Mostly Hilly
Hilly
Flat
Medium
Hilly
North Riverdale is located on a high ridge which creates a natural separation from the surrounding urban areas. At its highest point, this ridge is 284.5 feet above sea level. There are some changes in elevation in the neighborhood that will require extra effort when walking, however, inclines are not usually steep or difficult to climb. 


The Hudson River borders North Riverdale on the westside and the neighborhood has a railroad running along the coastline which impedes pedestrian traffic to the river. North Riverdale homes are usually single-family dwellings or apartments. A seventeen-story retirement complex is located on Riverdale Avenue which is one of the taller buildings in the area where most apartments tend to be lower, multi-story structures. 


The area has sidewalks throughout it providing separate pedestrian paths. Although this is a highly developed urban area, there are lots of mature trees on private properties, public properties, parks, and streets in the region making it 'greener' than surrounding areas.

Greenways in North Riverdale
12 GREENWAYS
Neighborhoods in Bronx have an average of:
41 Greenways
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Van Cortlandt Park also has multiple greenways that are shared by equestrians, cyclists, cross country runners, and pet owners who take their canine companions for a stroll. There are five major hiking trails and numerous smaller greenways in the park. The Putnam Trail is unpaved and rated as an easy hike while the Old Croton Aqueduct Trailway is easy to moderate. There are several others to explore as well. Watch out for other users in the park and keep your dog leashed throughout. A freshwater lake, the largest in the Bronx, an old growth forest, and rocky outcrops make interesting sights on greenway hikes.  

Located just southwest of North Riverdale and occupying 144 acres along the Hudson River is Riverdale Park. This park has a dog-friendly designated off-leash area on Palisade Avenue from West 232nd Street to West 254th Street. With plenty of beautiful trees, greenways, and views of the river, this park makes an ideal walking location.

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