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Area Municipal Websites:
Town of Annsville
Its abundant water supply is the source of water for the City of Oneida and the City of Rome.
Town of Ava
Ava is the home of fresh air and clean water. People who live here know they have a small slice of the best there is to have.
Town of Boonville
 The township, which consists of 4600 residents, is nestled in the divide between the Mohawk River and Black River on the southeastern portion of the Tug Hill Plateau in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains
Town of Camden
Blessed with a bounty of woodlands and streams whose beauty changes with the seasons, and with the Victorian charm of its many historic homes, Camden has delighted its visitors for generations
Town of Floyd
A small town with huge community spirit. Volunteer efforts by residents move projects forward, making this a special community...
Town of Forestport

Forestport is the youngest town in Oneida County and also the largest in area.  Its woods,  lakes and streams is fostering its growth as a summer resort.

Town of Lee
 Lee is a prosperous progressive town sitting on the shores of Lake Delta and the outskirts of the City of Rome.
Town of Remsen
The town is very proud of its rich Welsh heritage.
Town of Steuben
One of Oneida County's more rural towns, Steuben is home to the historic Baron William von Steuben Memorial Park.
Town of Trenton
Historic Trenton Falls put this town on the world map as a vacation destination in the 1800's.
Town of Vienna
The town sits on the shores of Oneida Lake in the western part of Oneida County and was named after the capital of Austria.

 

 

 

Village of Barneveld
Barneveld is a small, but beautiful and historic village located in the Town of Trenton. The history of the village dates back to its settlement in 1793.  Two creeks join in the village, the Steuben Creek and the Cincinnati Creek, forming a picturesque setting. 
Village of Boonville

Boonville's small town hospitality, friendly people and engaging blend of the classic and the modern plays host to the NYS Woodman's Field Days and the Boonville-Oneida County Fair.

Village of Camden
The "Queen Village"is proud of its image that is portrayed by the carefully tended flowers around a much-loved gazebo in the Village Park that renders this instant "at home" feeling.  Beautiful Forest Park is also a jewel for residents and visitors to enjoy.  
Village of Holland Patent
The public square in the center of the village has been a focus and symbol of Holland Patent for the more than two hundred years of its existence
Village of Prospect
Legend has it that Prospect got its name when Colonel Mappa, a land agent for the Holland Land Company, stood on the bank near the center of the Village, overlooking the Falls and said, "What a beautiful prospect."

 

Village of Remsen
The Village is the host to the annual Barn Festival of the Arts
Village of Sylvan Beach
Sylvan Beach has been called the Coney Island of Central of New York.  It has, throughout its history, entertained and please thousands upon thousands of pleasure seekers.  It currently is experiencing a a resurgence and beautification program.
Clinton
A residential suburb with an attractive business center, this village is rich in history.
Kirkland
Dating back to 1827, the Town of Kirkland is home to Hamilton College, the Village of Clinton, and the hamlets of Clark Mills, Kirkland and Franklin Springs.
Rome
(Sponsored by the Rome Industrial Development Corp.)
Whitestown
Whitestown has been called the “Mother of Towns". When created in March of 1788, the boundaries extended westward to Lake Erie, north to Canada and south to Pennsylvania. This encompassed over half of New York State.....
At the State level...
Association of Towns of the State of New York
Association of Towns. Check here for training opportunities, publications and other information about the Empire State's towns!
Laws of New York State
Looking for something somewhere in State law? How about a bill before the legislature? It's all right here!
New York State Homepage
Basic starting place for general state information.
NYS Conference of Mayors (NYCOM)
The statewide membership organization representing village and city officials. (Note: Rome's Joe Griffo is this year's NYCOM president!
NYS Department of Environmental Conservation
Want to identify and call your local forest ranger? Need to read up on some permit regulations? Hunting and fishing info? It's all here, plus more than you'll probably ever want to know about the DEC!
NYS Department of State
The state's "keeper of records". Houses the Office of Business and Licensing Services and the Office of Local Government Services. Great resource for municipal assistance.
State Agency Locator
Quick links to every state agency.
State Assembly Member David R. Townsend, Jr.
Contact info and biographical background from the State Assembly site.
State Assembly Member RoAnn M. Destito
Contact info and biographical background from the State Assembly site.
State Senator Joseph A. Griffo
Contact info and biographic background from the State Senate site.
Federal Contacts:
The House of Representatives
Congress, Bills, Federal laws,and up to the minute press releases. You can spend a lot of time at this site!
The U.S. Senate
Senate information, Chuck Schumer, Hillary Clinton, and all of their partners can be reached here.
Regional Government & Agencies:
Oneida County Government
It's close to home and accessible! This site is expanding each week. Email links directly to departments, local business and tourism information, and up-to-date information on local issues.
Tug Hill Commission
Parent State agency to NOCCOG. Great source for issues papers, rural economic/environmental information, and technical assistance to the communities of New York State's Tug Hill Region.