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Wyoming County is in the western part of New York State, east of Buffalo and slightly west of due south of Rochester. The county is in the Holland Purchase Region. The county is largely rural, dotted with small towns. Even the county seat, Warsaw is quite small.
About Us. The County Clerk is an elected position (four-year term) established by the New York. State Constitution to serve and perform all duties as required by law as Registrar (Recorder) of the County. The County Clerk may also serve as Clerk to the Supreme Court and County Court.
Wyoming County - home of beautiful Letchworth State Park, Arcade & Attica Railroad, Hidden Valley Animal Adventure, and the perfect place to enjoy a year-round adventure! Plan your trip today! 1-800-839-3919
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Wyoming County is located in the western region of New York State, east of Buffalo and slightly west of due south of Rochester.
There’s so much to see and do year-round in Wyoming County located in Western NY. From Letchworth State Park to the Barn Quilt Trail and many outdoor activities we have something for everyone.
Wyoming County Fun Facts. Largest dairy producer in New York state; Home to the first wind farm in the Northeastern United States; Home to more wind turbines than any county in New York: Over 237 and growing! Receives 200+ inches of annual snowfall; Home to the only fully operational, steam-operated locomotive in New York; Population: 43,424
Wyoming is a village in Wyoming County, New York, United States. As of the 2010 census, the village has a total population of 434. The Village of Wyoming lies within the Town of Middlebury by the eastern town line. Wyoming is located on New York State Route 19.
Originally published by F. W. Beers & Company in 1880, History of Wyoming County, N. Y. is still one of the most referenced histories of the county. Exploring Wyoming County pre-formation, the book also delves into the history of sixteen towns and their prominent residents and records residents’ Civil War service.