Lewis County (New York)

Lewis County is a county located in the state of New York in the United States. In the 2000 census, the county had 26 944 inhabitants and a population density of 8 inhabitants per square kilometer. The administrative headquarters ( County Seat) is Lowville.


The county was formed on March 28, 1805 Oneida County and named after Morgan Lewis, a governor of New York from 1804 to 1807.


The county has an area of ​​3,341 square kilometers, of which 37 square kilometers are water surface. Lewis County is bordered on the north by St. Lawrence County, to the east by Herkimer County, to the south and to the west by Oneida County Oswego County and Jefferson County.

Cities and towns

  • Castorland
  • Constableville
  • Copenhagen
  • Croghan
  • Denmark
  • Diana
  • Greig
  • Harrisburg
  • Harrisville
  • Lewis
  • Leyden
  • Lowville
  • Lyons Falls
  • Lyonsdale
  • Martinsburg
  • Montague
  • New Bremen
  • Osceola
  • Pinckney
  • Port Leyden
  • Turin
  • Watson
  • West Turin