About Oneonta

Oneonta ~ Incorporated in 1908:

Often called the City of the Hills, our city offers a rich history, an exceptional quality of life and the ease of small town living. The quaint architecture and the downtown environment lends itself to something akin to a time gone by but resident opportunities and choices and the area’s infrastructure have continued to progress in a manner that allows for both commerce and education to remain alive and competitive.

Oneonta Offers:

Local and regional arts and entertainment organizations:

  • Catskill Symphony Orchestra
  • Orpheus Theater
  • CANO
  • Oneonta Concert Association
  • Catskill Choral Society

Libraries and points of interest:

  • Huntington Memorial Library
  • Yager Art Museum and Library – Hartwick College
  • James M. Milne Library – SUNY Oneonta

Two liberal arts colleges and a trade school:

  • SUNY Oneonta
  • Hartwick College
  • Utica School of Business

Much, much more:

  • A Farmers Market in the Downtown Plaza selling fresh produce from Spring through Fall
  • A shopping plaza throughout the Main Street including stores offering things from clothing to furniture and wonderful eateries for shoppers
  • A wealth of churches, schools, places to stay, businesses and healthcare establishments, all helping to meet the needs of our residents and visitors