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Parks and Recreation
The Chemung County Building and Grounds Department oversees the operations of Harris Hill Park, Park Station Campground and Recreation Center, and the Robert S. Turner Chemung County Fairgrounds.
The Chemung County Planning Department provides planning coordination and research services required by the County Executive, the County Legislature, other County departments, and local units of government within the county.
The Chemung County Probation Department is a criminal justice agency that strives to rehabilitate juveniles and adult offenders who have been sentenced to probation.
The Public Advocate's Office is an assigned counsel law office providing representation for defendants who are indigent and cannot be represented by the Public Defender's Office due to conflict.
Access more information about the Public Defender.
Access more about health care in Chemung County.
Public Records & Information
The Chemung County Public Information and Records Department is responsible for releasing to the media information from the various county agencies and departments regarding upcoming events, programs, and services as well as keeping the public informed of the activities of the County government and maintaining the County website.
The Department of Public Works' mission is to provide and maintain a reasonably safe, convenient, and effective highway system for the traveling public.
The Purchasing Department acts on behalf of the public to consistently provide quality goods and services at the lowest possible cost to Chemung County and the City of Elmira.
Real Property Tax Services
The Real Property Tax Service Agency is responsible for maintaining property maps showing the legal description of each parcel of land, serves as a resource for assessors in the administration of the real property tax, and provides access to taxpayers to assessment and real property information.
Approximately 80% of the 35,000 households in the County and over 90% of all businesses are served by the Chemung County Sewer Districts.
The Sheriff is the chief law enforcement officer in each county of New York State.
Our vision is to assist individuals, children and families in achieving optimal self-reliance by providing tools to create an economically stable, healthy and safe environment.
Solid Waste Management
Learn where our transfer stations are located and how to recycle better.
Learn more about the STOP DWI program.
Learn more about the responsibilities of the Treasurer's Office.
The Department of Veteran’s Affairs provides services and information to veterans, their dependents and surviving spouses, active and reserve service members and their dependents regarding the many federal, state, local, and foreign benefits that they may be eligible for and assists them in applying for and obtaining these benefits.
The Chemung County Youth Bureau was created in 1977. Its main purpose is to research the needs of the county's youth and to plan, coordinate, foster and supplement the activities of public, private, and faith based agencies devoted to the welfare and protection of youth.