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 doing Hydrant Flushing this week May 9th, 10th, and 11th from 9:00 PM -4:00 AM. The water may be discolored at this time.
The Village will begin Spring Clean up for the (remainder) Spring and Summer Months. Note: Leaves and Grass Clippings must be bagged or in containers, max weight of 40 lbs. DO NOT RAKE TO CURB. Brush must be piled neatly with cut ends facing same direction. No more than 3" in diameter. Small brush and twigs must be bundled or in containers separately. Thorns/prickers must be bundled separately. All bundles and/or containers can not exceed 40lbs. Roots and stumps no larger than 3" in diameter and must be removed from brush and piled separately. Any trees 3" in diameter or more that is removed by the homeowner or professionally from property is the responsibility of the homeowner, as well as any brush from the removed trees.
The Village of Unadilla offers brush permits through Waste Recovery in Sidney to all Village Residents. Please stop in the office to get one. Brush Permit allows Residents to dispose of brush once per year:
6 cu. yd max per resident (1 1/2 pickup truck load)
Including hedge clippings, vines, twigs
Nothing over 4" in diameter
No Leaves or Grass Clippings
No large whole trees
View from Butternut Rd Overlooking Unadilla
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