Your Town of Attica Supervisor is Bryan N. Kehl.
Geographically, the town of Bennington is the largest in Wyoming County, occupying a significant portion of the county's northwest corner.
Castile is a Town in Wyoming County, New York, USA. The population was 2,873 at the 2000 census. The Town is named after Castile in Spain.
Covington is located in the northeast corner of Wyoming County. It is bordered by Genesee County to the north, Livingston County to the east, the Town of Middlebury to the west and the Town of Perry to the South.
We are a primarily rural town in Wyoming County, located south between Buffalo and Rochester. With the Oatka Creek bordering the eastern side of the town and the Dale Valley on the west, the town includes the historic "Gaslight Village" of Wyoming on NY Route 19 and the hamlet of Dale on County Road 1.
Orangeville was formed in 1816. Our rural Town is centrally located in the county and is historically a farming community, once the largest cheese producer in the region. The name is believed to have come from early settlers who traveled from Orange County, New York.
All year long we have beautiful places and friendly faces. Perry is where we call home. We hope it becomes your home, too.
The Town of Sheldon, formed March 19, 1808, is located in Wyoming County, NY.
Established in 1803, we are the county seat. A quaint, picturesque village between rolling hills to the west and the east at the crossroads of NYS Routes 20A and 19. We are less than one hour drive to Buffalo (west) and Rochester (east).