View Sidney's Main Street Green Infrastructure Design Diagram
Shelly Johnson - Delaware County /FEMA buyouts
Lori DuBord - New York Rising program
John Redente - both programs
Sidney is located at the junction of the Susquehanna and Unadilla Rivers in the foothills of the Catskill Mountains. It is situated in the northwest corner of Delaware County, abutting both Chenango and Otsego counties. Sidney is strategically located at the junction of State Route 8, State Route 7 and Interstate 88 connecting cities of Binghamton, Utica and Oneonta.
Sidney is the largest Village in Delaware County with a population of 3,900 residents. It’s largest employers, consisting of Amphenol Corporation, ACCO Corporation, Unadilla Laminated Products, Sidney Central School, and the Tri-Town Regional Hospital, provide a stable job base for its residents. The Village of Sidney maintains the only municipal airport in Delaware County, a police force, a volunteer fire department. The Village has excess capacity in its wastewater treatment facility and is blessed with an abundant supply of quality drinking water as provided to the greater Sidney area by its Water Department. There is also an AM-FM radio station and a weekly newspaper.
Sidney has a growing downtown business district with variety of shops and dinning places. The Village recently developed a Historic District to assist property owners with tax incentives to improve their buildings.
I have been a resident of Sidney since 1973. I taught business in Sidney High School from 1973 through 1983. I have been owner of Video Entertainment Plus since 1983. I was Village Trustee and Deputy Mayor from 1999 until 2011. I have been Mayor from 2011 to present. I also serve on the boards of the Sidney Chamber of Commerce, the Delaware County IDA, Town of Sidney Health Board and United Marketing, Inc.
I am in the Mayor’s office Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 11 AM – 2 PM. You can reach me by calling 561-2324 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Village of Sidney is currently working with residents, business community members, local officials, and planners from NYS to develop a long term strategic plan for our village.