About Our County

The place we call home

In Montgomery County’s 410 square miles, there are 10 towns, 10 villages, one city and numerous hamlets, with a population of 50,219 by the 2010 US Census.

The county boasts six libraries and the Montgomery County Department of History and Archives, all of which are rich resources for local history and genealogical research. Nearly 90 churches, synagogues and places of worship are available for the spiritual needs of the community.

Montgomery County is accessible by Route 5 and 5S and by the NYS Thruway from exits 27 (Amsterdam), 28 (Fonda-Fultonville), and 29 (Canajoharie/Palatine Bridge), as well as by scenic Routes 10, 30 and 30A, heading south from the Adirondack State Park and 67 from Saratoga.

Our Villages, Towns & Cities