Genesee county new york

Overview

GENESEE COUNTY is located in western New York State. The County is 550 square miles with a population of 60,370 as of the 2000 census. The County is divided into thirteen towns, six villages and the City of Batavia, the county seat. Genesee County is located midway between the major urban areas of Rochester and Buffalo. Except for Batavia, the County is quite rural. Genesee County has New York State's highest percentage of classified farmland, three of the top 100 vegetable farms nationwide and is first in agriculture sales statewide. More that two-thirds of Genesee County's acreage is used for agriculture and employs more than 1,500 workers. The county also has rich mineral deposits of gypsum, limestone, natural gas and salt. Hundreds of small business are scattered throughout Genesee County; the top eleven manufactures employ between 200 to 400 workers each. Genesee County is a non-chartered county and the government consists of the elected nine-member Genesee County Legislature and the appointed County Manager who is responsible for overseeing and coordinating 28 County Departments. Genesee County also operates Genesee County Airport, Genesee County Nursing Home, Genesee County Forest and Parks, and supports the Holland Land Museum and the Genesee Chamber of Commerce. The County operates on a calendar fiscal year.

Company Details

Website: http://genesee.ny.us

Size: 51-200 employees

Founded: 1803

Headquaters: batavia, new york, united states

Genesee county new york Org Chart