Welcome to the Official Home Page of Schoharie County, NY.
Chairman, Board of Supervisors
William A. Federice
Schoharie County, founded in 1795, is nestled in Central New York State and covers 626 square miles. It is home to 16 towns, 6 villages, 10 hamlets and has an approximate population of 33,000 people. The county name, which is also the county seat, comes from a Mohawk word meaning “floating driftwood”.
Most of the Southern portion of the county lies within the Catskill Mountains. The Schoharie Creek watershed spans an area of approximately 950 square miles and the course of the creek includes 2 reservoir-dam systems. The Gilboa Dam and the Schoharie Reservoir are part of the New York City Water Supply System. The New York Power Authority operates the Blenheim-Gilboa Dam and its reservoir to produce hydroelectric power. The headwaters of the Delaware River are located in the Town of Jefferson and tributaries of the Susquehanna River are located in the Towns of Jefferson and Summit. Schoharie County has many known natural attractions from Howe Caverns, Vroman’s Nose and even the Gilboa Fossils.
COVID – 19
A public announcement from Schoharie County the Department of Board of Supervisors
Please join us for a webinar on Tuesday, June 2, 2020 at 11 am sponsored by SUNY-Cobleskill and Schoharie County on the Phase 2 reopening of Schoharie County business community.
Please click the link below to join the webinar:
Or iPhone one-tap :
US: +16465588656,,95629603626# or +13017158592,,95629603626#
Dial(for higher quality, dial a number based on your current location):
US: +1 646 558 8656 or +1 301 715 8592 or +1 312 626 6799 or +1 253 215 8782 or +1 346 248 7799 or +1 669 900 9128
Webinar ID: 956 2960 3626
In light of the recent reopening guidance for Phase 2 businesses, we are changing the topic of the webinar. The new Phase 2 guidelines apply to non-essential businesses in regions that are permitted to reopen, essential businesses throughout the state that were previously permitted to remain open, and commercial and recreational activities that have been permitted to operate statewide with restrictions
Schoharie County Board of Supervisor’s Chairman Bill Federice, SUNY Cobleskill President Dr. Marion Terenzio will host the webinar which will include Mohawk Valley Control Room Officials and Schoharie County Public Health Director, Dr. Amy Gildemeister, to answer your questions about Phase 1 and 2 reopening efforts in Schoharie County and the Mohawk Valley region.