Basic information about the Seneca County
The Seneca County is located in the state of New York. This county occupies 391 square miles, with 67 square miles being water areas. There are 35.251 inhabitants living in the county according to the 2010 Census. As for the racial makeup of Seneca County citizens, the 3 largest groups are White (92.45%), followed by Black or African American (4.56%) and Two or More races (1.31%). There are 13.393 households in the county, while 65,42% of them are family households and 34,58% represent non family households. There are 7 cities and towns in Seneca County. The most populated city is Geneva city and the smallest town or village is Lodi village.