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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.

Hazard Mitigation Plan

Chenango County and many of its residences have suffered greatly over the past several years due to naturally occurring disasters. Our residences have experienced damage and suffering from ice storms, tornados, and flooding.

To help in reducing the probability of this suffering occurring again Chenango County and the local municipalities within the county have bonded together to create an All-Hazard Mitigation Plan. Once completed this plan will offer a significant opportunity to reduce the losses created by natural disasters.

The public and local and regional stakeholders are encouraged to provide input to the planning process.

Chenango County residents are encouraged to take our online Citizen Hazard Preparedness and Mitigation Survey.

If you represent any of the following stakeholder groups, please complete an online mitigation survey targeted to your area by clicking one of the links below:

The page for the Hazard Mitigation Plan is located here.

Did you know that local taxpayers send $7.3 billion, in weekly installments, to help fund the State's Medicaid program?

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New York State Association of Counties Current Weather Conditions

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