Welcome to the official website for the Town of Middlebury, NY!
We are a primarily rural town in Wyoming County, located south between Buffalo and Rochester. With the Oatka Creek bordering the eastern side of the town and the Dale Valley on the west, the town includes the historic "Gaslight Village" of Wyoming on NY Route 19 and the hamlet of Dale on County Road 1.
In addition to several large dairy farms, locally-grown grain, fruits, and vegetables can be found here in abundance, as can some of the best maple syrup products in the northeastern US!
The town was first settled in 1802, and the township was formed in 1812. The Village of Wyoming includes several buildings in the National Historic Register and hosts the annual Apple-Umpkin Festival each fall. Also found within the town is the 2,580 acre NYS Carlton Hill Multiple Use recreation area, with an abundance of wildlife, numerous hiking trails and activities for all seasons.
We warmly welcome visitors to stop and see us any time of year!
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News & Announcements
Please be advised that on July 7, 2014 Route 20A in the village of Warsaw will be closed to all traffic from Summit Ave to Wyoming Street while the culvert on Route 20A at West Hill is replaced. The closure will be for a maximum of 120 days through early November. Two detours are posted. A local detour for standard size vehicles will be posted directing drivers to use Hermitage Road, Liberty Street, and Curtis Road. A separate truck detour for larger vehicles will be posted directing drivers to use Route 98, Route 78, and Route 19. Please use caution while using the alternate routes.
Attention Property Owners:
2014 Tax Assessment Rolls are now available: