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Welcome

Welcome to the Chenango County Web Site.  Chenango County is located in the Central part of New York State.  We believe our County provides opportunities for an idyllic rural quality lifestyle.  There are 21 Towns, 8 Villages and 1 City within our County.  Each municipality provides various opportunities for recreation, shopping and other leisure-related activities.  The County has over 79,959 acres of State-owned public lands that provide year-round outdoor recreational opportunities.  We encourage you to visit our site, send an email or drop by for a visit.

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Chenango County (County) has completed its Draft Local Solid Waste Management Plan (LSWMP). A link to the LSWMP is available below.

The purpose of the LSWMP is to identify the path to pursue for managing solid waste generated in the County during a ten (10) year planning period. The LSWMP provides policy and program direction to reduce waste generation, increase recovery and decrease disposal in an economically and environmentally-sound manner that is consistent with New York State’s solid waste management policy.

Written comments will be received until December 15, 2015. Comments can be submitted by email to PatriciaP@co.chenango.ny.us (please include your name and address with your comments).

Draft - Chenango County Local Solid Waste Management Plan

Bid packets for the 2016 Chenango County Tax Sale will be available next year. You may use the link below to sign up now and it will be mailed to you as soon as it becomes available.

REQUEST FOR THE 2016 TAX SALE BID PACKET



Did you know that 90 cents of every county property tax dollar goes to Albany to fund State mandates?

Help enact mandate relief today. Contact your State lawmakers. Ask them to support meaningful mandate relief this year. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3.

Visit nysac.org/legislation.php.