The Town of Oneonta will be flushing hydrants at The Plains of Parish Homestead development during the week of April 24th.
The town will flush hydrants in Morningside Heights and Angel Heights during the week of May 1st.
If you have any questions, please contact the Water/Sewer Dept at 432-4591
Tobacco Cessation Program:
“The butt stops here” is an award-winning program that has helped thousands to stop smoking! The program is FREE for everyone! The program consists of 2 30-minute sessions each week for 7 weeks and includes a workbook and a supply of nicotine patches or gum. This is led by a facilitator with group support.
Where: A.O. Fox Memorial Hospital, 1 Norton Avenue, Levine Conference Room
When: Beginning April 18th – June 1st, Tuesdays & Thursdays, 12:00 noon – 12:30pm; Beginning April 20th – June 1st, Thursday nights, 6pm
Where: Bassett Hall, Cooperstown
When: April 21st – June 1st, Fridays, 8:30am – 12:30pm
Register Today with Sarah Buttice @ 607-431-5180 or Email: email@example.com
Town of Oneonta Highway Department is conducting their annual “Leaf & Brush Pick-up” as follows: Mondays: April 17th, April 24th, May 1st, May 8th - Leaves must be at curbside by 6am
A Note from the Town Supervisor
The Town of Oneonta is Otsego County's largest, located along Interstate 88 halfway between Albany and Binghamton. It is the economic center of a two county area.
Our Southside retail district offers a wide range of shopping experiences.
Foxcare Center which is associated with Basset Healthcare provides comprehensive medical services.
We are home to some of the areas most popular restaurants including many of the chains as well as other independently owned favorites.
We are also home to some innovative manufacturing companies.
Two colleges in the area, SUNY Oneonta and Hartwick College offer great educational and cultural opportunities.
We have two senior housing developments, and plenty of land available for building homes and businesses.
If you're establishing or relocating a business, our friendly staff will assist you throughout the process. We offer an industrial park as well as sewage and water in many areas of the town. We offer easy access to major transportation routes. We work closely with the Otsego County Industrial Development Agency headed by Sandy Mathes, who can be reached at 607-432-8871.
For more information do not hesitate to contact me. We want to hear from you!
Robert T. Wood