Clinton County (New York)

Clinton County is a county located in the state of New York in the United States. In the 2000 census, the county had 79 894 inhabitants and a population density of 30 inhabitants per square kilometer. The administrative headquarters ( County Seat) is Plattsburgh.


Clinton County was formed in 1788 from the Washington County and named for George Clinton.


The county has an area of ​​2895 square kilometers, of which 204 square kilometers are water surface. Clinton County is bordered on the north by Canada, to the east by Vermont, to the south and to the west Essex County Franklin County.

Cities and towns

  • Altona
  • Au Sable Forks
  • Au Sable
  • Beekmantown
  • Blackbrook
  • Champlain Town
  • Champlain Village
  • Chazy
  • Clinton
  • Cumberland Head
  • Dannemora
  • Ellenburg
  • Keeseville
  • Lyon Mountain
  • Mooers
  • Morrisonville
  • Parc
  • Peru
  • Plattsburgh West
  • Plattsburgh
  • Redford
  • Rouses Point
  • Saranac
  • Schuyler Falls