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Chenango County Relocation & Community Guide

Welcome to Chenango Wknown for its warm,elcome to Chenango,New York, a destination friendly people, unrivaled lifestyle and beautiful natural surroundings. While you’re here, take the time to explore our charming neighborhoods. Wander through our exquisite shops, museums and parks. Dine in some of our quaint cafés and restaurants. After hours, have a cocktail in a local pub; attend a theatrical performance, movie, concert or local sports event. Whether you’re here for a special weekend, to attend one of our annual events or just passing through, once you visit be assured that Chenango County will always be “home.” “Having it all” isn’t just a dream – it’s a way of life. The warmth and friendliness of the Feel free to visit us at www.chenangony.org or call country, combined with the vitality of the city, make (877) CHENANGO, Monday through Friday from greater Chenango County a natural choice. You’ll enjoy 8 am to 5 pm. the relaxed lifestyle, savor its cultural and recreational opportunities, and appreciate the environment of A Lifestyle to Enjoy community and caring. Greater Chenango natives The quality of any community depends on the character and newcomers alike believe that this is a great place of its residents, and the “we care” attitude is everywhere in to live, work and raise a family. Chenango. The county’s most important attributes are the All of us at Commerce Chenango hope you have a quality of life and the impressive commitment to family wonderful stay, and that you’ll visit us again or decide values. A low crime rate and overall safety are important that this is a great place to live and work! to community leaders. Clean air and water, and natural surroundings are amenities that the citizens in Chenango appreciate. It’s easy to develop personal relationships with everyone, from the clerk at the grocery store to the teller at your favorite bank. Neighborhood connections are easily established and you can depend on the people next door for everything from carpooling to borrowing a tractor for outdoor gardening. Clubs and organizations from the Boy Scouts of America to women’s health auxiliaries, school PTAs, and civic organizations too numerous to name help newcomers get acclimated to the area and assist in meeting new people. 12


Chenango County Relocation & Community Guide
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