Allegany County is located in the Southern Tier of Western New York in an eroded plateau of the Allegany Mountains, approximately 40-70 miles due south of Rochester. The rural county is served by 29 post offices.
A geologic feature is that Allegany is the only county in the State that is home to three primary watershed headwaters: The Allegany, Susquehanna, and Genesee Rivers. Respectively they end in the Gulf of Mexico via the Mississippi River, Chesapeake Bay, and the St. Lawrence River. Population of 46,430
Partners for Prevention in Allegany County (PPAC)
Alfred College Coalition
Cattaraugus County is in the southwestern part of the state, immediately north of the Pennsylvania border. The southern part of Cattaraugus County is the only area of western New York that was not covered by the last ice age glaciation and is noticeably more rugged than neighboring areas that had peaks rounded and valleys filled by the glacier. A continental divide between the Mississippi River and Great Lakes watersheds runs through Cattaraugus County. Population of 76,840.
Chautauqua County, the western gateway to New York State, occupies the extreme southwest corner of our state. With its two cities, Jamestown and Dunkirk, its 27 towns, and 15 villages, it covers 1,065 square miles. Because of its six beautiful lakes and approximately 50 miles of Lake Erie shoreline, there is no place in the county more than 25 miles from open water. Population of 127,939
Amherst Task Force
Evans Brant Citizens for Responsible Choices (CRC)
Hamburg Drug-Free Community Coalition
City of Tonawanda Coalition (COT)
Annie Todd- Mobile Saftey Net Team
Springville Coalition (SRSC)
Annie Todd- MSNT
Lancaster/Depew Substance Abuse Coalition (FOCUS)
Alden Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition
West Side Youth Development Coalition (WSYDC)
It Takes a Community Coalition (ITAC)
University at Buffalo (UB)
Buffalo State College
Erie County is a metropolitan center located on the western border of New York State covering 1,058 square miles and consisting of 3 cities and 25 town governments. Buffalo serves as the county seat and is the second-largest city in the State.
The county is bounded by Lake Erie to the west, Niagara County, and Canada to the north, Genesee County and Wyoming County to the east, and Cattaraugus and Chautauqua Counties to the south. It is home to countless museums, galleries, restaurants, shops, professional and college sports teams, and more than a dozen colleges and universities. Population of 919,719
Niagara County is one of the 62 counties that comprise the State of New York. Niagara County consists of 3 cities (Niagara Falls, North Tonawanda, and Lockport) and 12 towns (Cambria, Hartland, Lewiston, Lockport, Newfane, Niagara, Pendleton, Porter, Royalton, Somerset, Wheatfield and Wilson.) Population of 215,124
Orleans County is in western New York State, northeast of Buffalo and west of Rochester, on the southern shore of Lake Ontario. Albion is the county seat. Population of 40,612
There’s so much to see and do all year round in Wyoming County, which is most known for the magnificent “Grand Canyon of the East” Letchworth State Park. The area is also well known for outdoor sports, being an excellent region for fishing, hunting and snowmobiling. Population 40.085