Five Points (in Monroe County, NY) Populated Place Profile


Five Points (GNIS FID: 972479) is a populated place located within the Town of Rush, a minor civil division (MCD) of Monroe County.

The elevation of Five Points is 617 feet. Five Points appears on the Rush U.S. Geological Survey Map. Monroe County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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West Rush, NY (1.9 miles WNW)
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Moran Corner, NY (2.4 miles E)
Sibleyville, NY (2.4 miles E)
Golah, NY (2.7 miles WNW)
Manns Corner, NY (2.7 miles N)
Dann Corner, NY (2.7 miles ESE)
Rush, NY (2.7 miles NNE)
Meadow Wood, NY (3.1 miles W)
North Rush, NY (3.6 miles NW)

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