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Albany County

Albany County, New York

Albany County is a unique blend of urban excitement and rural relations. Albany is the oldest continuing settlement in the nation. The City of Albany still serves under its original charter, which dates back to July 22, 1686, and has been the capital of New York State since 1797.

Broome County

Broome County, New York

Broome County is a county located in New York State.  It was named in honor of John Broome, who was lieutenant governor in 1806 when Broome County was established. Its county seat is Binghamton, which is also its major city. Broome County is also home to Binghamton University, one of four university centers in the SUNY system.

Cattaraugus County

Cattaraugus County, New York

Cattaraugus County is a county located in the western part of New York, with one side bordering Pennsylvania. They prefer to call Cattaraugus County the Enchanted Mountains of New York. The county seat is Little Valley.

Cayuga County

Cayuga County, New York

Cayuga County is located near the center of New York's Finger Lakes. The county's smaller towns and villages are truly the essence of what the Finger Lakes are all about – rural charm with a sophisticated flair.

City of Ithaca

City of Ithaca, New York

Ranked by multiple publications as being one of America's Smartest Cities, Most Secure Places to Live, Healthiest Cities, Best Green Places to Live, Best/Affordable Places to Retire and Number 1 Emerging City. It offers the comfort of a small city with all of the luxuries of a big city environment.

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Genesee County, New York

Located halfway between Niagara Falls/Buffalo and Rochester, Genesee County is less than an hour from the Canadian border and Niagara Falls to the west, and the Finger Lakes Region to the east.
Jefferson County

Jefferson County, New York

Jefferson County is located in the northern tier of New York State at the Junction of Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. It spans an area of roughly 1,293 square miles making it the ninth largest county in the State.
Madison County

Madison County, New York

Madison County is located in central New York and is a predominantly rural agricultural community. The county was created from Chenango County in 1806 in what was at that time the wilderness of New York State.


Monroe County Sports Commission

The Monroe County Sports Commission (MCSC) is a private, non-profit, 501c(3) corporation whose goal is to bring organized sporting events of all kinds for all ages to Rochester, New York. MCSC actively solicits amateur championships, sports related clinics and conventions.  MCSC and the Greater Rochester Visitors Association work together to assure that your visit will be a memorable one with experience in event planning, sponsorships, public relations and hospitality services can help make your event a complete success.


Monroe County TIG - The Consortium on Trauma, Illness, and Grief in Schools

TIG is a countywide, multi-agency effort with the goal to prepare school districts to have appropriate mental health support in place when they must respond to events involving trauma, violence, illness and death. During times of a district- or school-wide crisis, school districts can deploy responders from both within and outside of the school in a coordinated and systematic manner thus maximizing their response.

Oneida County

Oneida County, New York

Oneida County is a county located in New York State with population of approximately 240,000 people. The county seat is Utica and named in honor of the Oneida, an Iroquoian tribe that formerly occupied the region.  Nearly one hundred miles west of the state capital of Albany, Oneida County holds the upper reaches of the Mohawk River flowing eastward to the Hudson River.   A few miles to the east is the site where the Mohawk River is the most fordable for north-south travel, the City of Utica.

Onondaga County

Onondaga County, New York

Located in the center of New York State, Onondaga County is home to the City of Syracuse. They are within 350 miles of all major cities in the northeast, conveniently situated at the intersection of Interstate 81 and the NYS Thruway.

Oswego County

Oswego County, New York

Located on the southeastern shore of Lake Ontario, Oswego County is filled with friendly towns and villages and generations of family farms and hard-working citizens who are proud of their community!

Otsego County

Otsego County, New York

Otsego County is in central New York State. The county seat is Cooperstown. The name Otsego is from a Mohawk or Oneida word meaning "place of the rock".

Town of Perinton

Town of Perinton, New York

The Town of Perinton is located in the southeastern portion of Monroe County in upstate New York. The village of Fairport is within the town on the Erie Canal. Perinton is adjacent to the village of East Rochester, and the towns of Victor, Macedon, Pittsford, and Penfield. The hamlet of Egypt is in southeastern Perinton. The southwestern portion of Perinton is called Bushnell's Basin.

Town of Pittsford

Town of Pittsford, New York

The Town of Pittsford is located in the southeastern portion of Monroe County in upstate New York. Rochester is the closest metropolitan area and is approximately eight miles to the northwest. Pittsford is an active commerce hub and has a variety of shopping opportunities within the Village, along Schoen Place, in Northfield Commons or down the Monroe Avenue corridor and Pittsford Plaza.

Rensselaer County

Rensselaer County, New York

Rensselaer is one of the earliest of New York's counties, it has a population of about 153,000 residing over 665 beautiful picturesque square miles. The quality of life as portrayed in their 14 towns, six villages, and two cities, lends to the air of spirit and togetherness symbolic of what life should be about.

Rockland County

Rockland County, New York

Rockland County is located in southeastern New York state, approximately 15 miles northwest of New York City. It is home to a healthy variety of businesses. It contains numerous small hometown family-owned and operated shops along with several larger start-ups and industry leaders in health, retail, manufacturing and more.

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Saratoga County, New York

Saratoga County is known for the Saratoga Race Course, horses, mineral springs, and great restaurants and shopping. This exciting historical and cultural center is located minutes from Albany and is a short drive from most Northeast locations.

Schenectady County

Schenectady County, New York

Schenectady County, centrally located between Boston, Niagara Falls, New York City, and Montreal, is home to a wealth of historical landmarks, outdoor activities, cultural attractions, and exciting entertainment venues.

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Seneca County, New York

Seneca County is the northern gateway to the Finger Lakes, where you get to experience the breath-taking views of the lakes, taste award winning wines and learn about history. This area is truly unique.

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Steuben County, New York

Steuben County covers roughly 1397 square miles with rural agricultural areas, quaint small towns, and small city communities. Many of the streets, towns, rivers, and lakes in the area, like Keuka Lake, have names which reflect the influence of the Seneca Indians who lived here long before it became Steuben County. 


Stop DWI New York

Stop DWI NY empowers counties to coordinate local efforts to reduce alcohol and other drug related traffic crashes. The Program functions as a financially self-sustaining alcohol and highway safety program. Stop DWI efforts are funded entirely from fines paid by convicted drunken drivers, no tax dollars are used.

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Sullivan County, New York

Sullivan County is a part of the Catskill mountain region and is located in the southern part of New York State, southeast of Binghamton and southwest of Albany. It is separated from Pennsylvania along its southwest boundary by the Delaware River.

Tioga County

Tioga County, New York

Tioga County, with Owego as its county seat, is an authentic, historic area in the southern Finger Lakes Region offering cultural, shopping and recreational opportunities. Tioga County is located in southwest New York State.

Tompkins County

Tompkins County, New York

Tompkins County is a county located in New York State, and comprises the whole of the Ithaca metropolitan area with population of 101,564. The county seat is Ithaca, and the county is home to Cornell University, Ithaca College and Tompkins Cortland Community College. Named in honor of Daniel D. Tompkins, who served as Governor of New York and Vice President of the United States of America.

Yates County

Yates County, New York

Yates County is located in the Finger Lakes Region of New York State, midway between Pennsylvania and Lake Ontario. They are forty five miles southeast of Rochester and fifty miles southwest from Syracuse. The County has a land area of approximately 338 square miles and includes three of  New York State's Finger Lakes.