Town of Owego,

Tioga County


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2010 Census- Town of Owego Population including village is 19,883

Village Population is 3,896

Town is 106 Square Miles

2021 final assessment roll

Download the 2021 taxable assessments for 2021 beginning July 1, 2021.

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In 2015 the Town of Owego built and dedicated a Memorial to honor the victims of 9-11. We pledged not to use taxpayer dollars to do this. We are within $12,000 of meeting that goal. We also have plans to add a parking lot specifically for the Memorial which we are currently developing plans for.

This year is the 20th Anniversary of the 9-11 attacks. It is also the 5th Anniversary of the Town’s Memorial. In addition to our annual ceremony, The Town is holding a dinner to help fund the remaining debt on the Memorial. The details are below:

  • Platinum Level $1000 (includes 8 tickets to the event) *Also named as a sponsor of the event*
  • Gold Level $500 (includes 4 tickets to the event
  • Silver Level $250 ( Includes 2 tickets to the event)
  • Bronze Level $100

Individual tickets are $45 per person. A portion of each ticket proceeds will be directed to the Town of Owego Memorial Fund. There are 150 tickets available for this event.

The dinner will be held on October 7th with a cash bar cocktail hour from 6-7 pm, followed by dinner and a short program. Cornerstone, 906 Marshland Road in Apalachin has generously donated their venue for this event.

Any help with this event would be humbly appreciated. Please remit a response by telephone at the number listed above by October 4th. I apologize for the short notice.


Donald Castellucci, Jr.

Town of Owego Supervisor

July 8, 2021

Due to the recent weather events, the Town of Owego is releasing the following statement:

Please use caution when traveling throughout the Town. There are down power lines, trees and other obstacles that could hinder travel. This does not only include vehicular traffic but pedestrian traffic as well. Not all damage is easily visible to residents. Also be aware and use caution driving as several traffic signals are not operational at this time.

NYSEG is diligently working to repair lines and equipment. Power is being restored as quickly as possible. With the major damage to some of the infrastructure due to the high winds and fallen trees, this will take time.


Donald Castellucci, Jr.

Town of Owego Supervisor

Town of Owego Press Release April 29, 2021Town Resident Yard Waste Drop off Location: Beginning May 1st thru October 16th, Town of Owego residents will be able to drop off yard waste at the Town’s property located on Kuenzli Road in Apalachin. Located off Main Street in Apalachin, if traveling eastbound, Kuenzli Road is the first right turn after Billings Road or if traveling westbound, it is the first left turn after crossing the Apalachin Creek. Hours will be: 6-8 PM Wednesdays, and 8-1 PM Saturdays. There will be predetermined areas for different materials. What can be dropped off? Tree limbs, brush, branches, grass clippings, leaves (brought in bags) Bags must be emptied and taken away. No garbage of any kind may be left.