Genesee County (New York)

Genesee County is a county located in the state of New York in the United States. In the census in 2010, the County had 60 079 inhabitants and a population density of 46.9 inhabitants per square kilometer. The administrative headquarters ( County Seat) is Batavia.


The county was formed on March 30, 1802 Ontario County. It was named after a word from the language of the Seneca Indians, which meant so much as beautiful valley.


The county has an area of ​​1283 square kilometers, of which three square miles are water. Genesee County is bordered clockwise to Orleans County, Monroe County, Livingston County, Wyoming County, Erie County and Niagara County.


  • Alabama
  • Alexander
  • Attica
  • Batavia
  • Hide
  • Bethany
  • Byron
  • Corfu
  • Darien
  • Elba
  • Le Roy
  • Oakfield
  • Pavilion
  • Pembroke
  • Stafford

Indian Reservation

  • Tonawanda Reservation

National Register of Historic Places

End of March 2011, there were 19 registered historic sites in the county in the National Register of Historic Places, is among the Holland Land Office a National Historic Landmark.