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    Home ::: New York ::: Dover Plains

    Population: 1397

    Total Males: 752
    Total Females: 645
    Median Household Income: $ 57394
    Total Households: 638
    Full U.S. census data is available here.

    Business Industries in Dover Plains

    Below is a list of the types of businesses in the City of Dover Plains for which we have Yellow Pages business listings. If you do not see your industry within the list below, adding your business will automatically create it.
    Alternative Medicine American Restaurants Animal Hospitals & Clinics
    Architects Architectural Engineers Arthritis Specialists
    Arts & Crafts Shops Auto Body Work Auto Inspection Services
    Auto Painting & Repair Auto Parts & Supplies Auto Transmissions
    Auto Wrecking Bakers & Bakeries Balloons & Novelties
    Banks Banks - All Bed & Breakfast Accommodations & Inns
    Brake Service Breakfast Restaurants Building Contractors
    Building Materials & Supplies Burglar Alarm Systems & Equipment Bus Charter & Rental
    Campgrounds Campgrounds & Recreational Vehicle Parks Camps
    Candy & Confectionery Car Financing & Loans Chiropractors
    Churches Churches & Religious Organizations Cleaners
    Cleaning - Office Clinics Clothing Accessories - Other
    Construction Companies Convention & Meeting Facilities & Services Counseling Services
    Courts Delicatessens Dentists
    Drug Stores Drug Stores & Pharmacies Dry Cleaners & Laundries
    Electrical Contractors Electricians Excavating Contractors
    Fast Food Restaurants Fax Machines & Service Financing
    Fire Alarm Systems & Equipment Foods - Carry Out Fruits & Vegetables
    Funeral Directors & Homes Furniture Dealers Garden Centers
    General Contractors Gifts - All Glass - Auto Plate & Window
    Grocers & Supermarkets Halls & Auditoriums Hardware Stores
    Health Services Home Builders Hospital Supplies
    Hospitals Hotels & Motels Human Services Organizations
    Interior Decorators Designers & Consultants Internet Service Providers (ISPs) Landscape Contractors
    Landscaping Equipment & Supplies Lawn Mowers Lawyers - All
    Lawyers - Mesothelioma Libraries Major Appliance Dealers
    Marriage & Family Counselors Mental Health Services Metal
    Mobile Homes - Dealers Monuments & Markers Office Furniture & Equipment
    Office Supplies Oil & Lubrication Oils - Fuel
    Pet Shops Pet Supplies & Accessories Pet Washing & Grooming
    Physicians & Surgeons Podiatrists Post Offices
    Psychologists Public Libraries Public Schools
    Railroads Real Estate - All Recreation Centers
    Recreational Vehicles Remodeling & Repairing Contractors Restaurants - All
    Road Side Services Roofing Contractors RV Parks & Campgrounds
    Security Systems Service Stations Sheet Metal Work Contractors
    Siding Contractors Sprinklers Sprinklers - Garden & Lawn
    Take Out Taxicabs & Transportation Services Tile & Ceramic Contractors
    Tourist Attractions & Information Towing Veterinarians

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