2354 State Route 434
Apalachin NY 13732
The Town of Owego consists of 104.17 square miles and is located in the southeast corner of Tioga County. Owego borders the Town of Tioga to the west, the Town of Newark Valley to the north, Broome County to the east, and Bradford County, Pennsylvania to the south. The Susquehanna River bisects the Town flowing east to west. Hiawatha Island located in the center of the river across from the Town-owned Hickories Park was the location of the peace conference that founded the Iroquois Confederation in the 1400's and later the home of a young John D. Rockefeller. The 2010 Census listed the Town's population as 19,883. The major employers in the Town are Lockheed Martin Systems Integration, Sanmina Corporation, Ensco, Inc., and the Tioga County Government. The Campville, Crestview Heights, and Apalachin areas of the Town have a suburban character.
TOWN MEETINGS: 1ST & 3RD TUESDAYS AT 7:00 PM