Waterloo Village

Seneca County, New York

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Waterloo Village Hall is located at 41 West Main Street, Waterloo NY 13165.
Phone: 315‑539‑2618.


Beginnings [1]

The flourishing village of Waterloo is situated on the Seneca outlet and the Seneca and Cayuga canal, 4 miles from Seneca Falls Village, 7 from Geneva, and 167 from Albany. It was founded in 1815 by Elisha Williams, of Columbia County, and was made a "half shire" of Seneca County in 1822. About 1840 it contained 300 dwellings, 4 churches, and about 2,000 inhabitants. With the village of Seneca Falls, Waterloo possesses the advantage of the lateral canal uniting the Seneca and Cayuga lakes with the Erie Canal.

  1. Barber, John W., and Howe, Henry, Historical Collections of the State of New York, S. Tuttle, Chatham-Square, New York, 1842

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