Unadilla is located on the Susquehanna River near the junction of Delaware, Otsego and Chenango Counties. The name “Unadilla” is derived from an Indian word that means “Place of Meeting” and refers to the original site of the village at the juncture of the Unadilla and Susquehanna Rivers.
The Village of Unadilla is located in the Town of Unadilla, which is the most southwesterly municipality in Otsego County. It is about 50 miles northeast of Binghamton, and 20 miles southwest of Oneonta. Cooperstown, the county seat, is less than an hour to the northeast by local roads, and the state capital of Albany is about ninety minutes away on interstate 88-E.
The Village will be paving Teller and Depot Street in the Spring due to a tight time frame and unanticipated extensive repairs.
View from Butternut Rd Overlooking Unadilla
Welcome to the Village of Unadilla Web page. It is our hope that you can have many of your questions answered with the information provided here. If you still have questions please give our office a call 607-369-3421.