Oneonta is a friendly community -- one that is proud of its diversity, stability and beauty. With a population of just under 14,000 people, one of the City's finest attributes is its small town atmosphere. Oneonta's Main Street complements the small town ambiance.
Pompey is a large part of Onondaga County, consisting of 66.5 square miles. Pompey is the highest inhabited spot in the county. The town offers quiet solitude and spaciousness, natural beauty and a rich historical heritage!
Richfield Springs, where once the "Great White Sulphur Springs" - the purest mineral water in the world - brought gentlemen and gentlewomen by the trainload, still offers ideal vacationing today. The quiet charm of the Victorian era remains in the gracious homes and buildings, and the curious may still taste the famous sulphur water from the fountain in Spring Park in this relaxed country village.
The village of Schoharie lies at the northern end of the broad Schoharie Valley, known as the Breadbasket of the American Revolution for its role in supplying the troops of George Washington.
Sharon Springs is located at the edge of the Catskill Mountains, overlooking the beautiful Mohawk Valley and is one of New York's richest historical gems. Sharon Springs can be explored while browsing antiques or visiting the Sharon Historical Museum and Schoolhouse.
The Town of Springfield straddles Route 20 at the extreme northern end of Otsego County. Established in 1797, Springfield is rich in history, natural beauty and recreational opportunities. The Springfield 4th of July Parade is one of the oldest in the U.S. celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2014.
Long considered the socioeconomic hub of Oneida County, the City of Utica offers its residents and visitors small-city charm, abundant industry, affordable housing, ample recreational opportunities and a diverse cultural and ethinic community.
Nestled in the beautiful foothills of the Adirondacks sits the busy Village of Vernon. It is centrally located between Syracuse and Utica, just off exit 33 on the N.Y.S. Thruway (Rte 90) and is home to 1155 people in this rural community.
Warren is named after General Joseph Warren, who was killed at the Battle of Bunker Hill. The town was first settled prior to 1776. The Town of Warren was created in 1796 from the Town of German Flatts. It is home to two small lakes, Weaver Lake and Young Lake. The town’s Hamlet of Jordanville is home to Holy Trinity Monastery of the Russian Orthodox Church, an active community with impressive buildings.
Once known as the Hops Capital of the World and home of the famous Loomis Gang - just one mile North of Route 20 on US Route 12. Waterville has a note worthy Historical Society along with fine restaurants, pubs and shops.
Named for Army General Winfield Scott, the Unadilla River flows through the southern part of the town. The Village of West Winfield is part of the town of Winfield. It remains much as it has since 1829 and is known for dairy farming and for making leather articles.