Welcome to Allegany County!

Allegany County is a rich and vibrant place to enjoy and a great place …

To Do Business

To Do Business

Allegany County offers a complete package to help retain and expand the county’s industrial base and encourage new business development and entrepreneurship. This includes; financing assistance, site/building recommendations, energy/utility services, labor analysis/training, tax structure/incentives, community contracting, exporting and referrals network.

To Work

To Work

Housing costs in Allegany County are extremely competitive to anywhere in the U.S. and through two hospitals residents have ready access to medical care.

To Live

To Live

Nestled in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains, Allegany County has a relaxed, unhurried way of life with a full menu of seasonal activities to choose from.

To Visit

To Visit

Thousands of people come each year to enjoy all four seasons in Allegany County.
You will discover mostly rural countryside interspersed with individually unique villages and hamlets set in a stunning landscape or rolling hills, deep valleys, and rolling streams.

County Meetings

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28 May
28 May

Ways & Means

1:00  |   View Event
28 May

Board

2:00  |   View Event

Upcoming Events

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24 May

Fillmore Fun Fest

12:00  |   View Event
26 May

Cuba Mud Fest

12:00  |   View Event

Allegany By The Numbers

1806
Founded
48,946
Population
23 rd
Cong. District
1030
Sq. Miles
380 mi.
Snowmobile Trails
15
High Schools
13
Day Care Facilities
29
Fire Depts.
18,285
Households
21 min
Avg Commute
47.6
Pop/Sq Mile

Allegany County News

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Farm Food Safety Training with GAPs

May 21, 2019

Join Cornell Cooperative Extension of Allegany County, the Cornell Vegetable Team, and New York State Department of Agriculture & Markets for a training on understanding GAPs and how GAPs impact produce safety. Learn about Harmonized & Basic GAPs and how it applies to your farm operation. Day 2 – Begin writing a food safety plan […]


National Infant Immunization Week is April 27-May 4

April 24, 2019

In 2019, we are celebrating the 25th anniversary of National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW) from April 27th-May 4th. When the NIIW observance was established in 1994, immunization programs were facing significant challenges. The nation was in the midst of a serious measles outbreak and communities across the U.S. were seeing decreasing immunization rates among children. […]