CSS Navigation Menus Css3Menu.com



Nestled in the scenic foothills of the Allegheny River lies the City of Salamanca, New York.  Filled with country charm, Salamanca is the only city in the United States that lies almost completely on an Indian Reservation.   
    Salamanca is in a busy section of the Southern Tier, just 60 miles south of Buffalo, 35 miles east of Jamestown, 22 miles west of Olean, and 20 miles north of Bradford, PA.
    Allegany State Park, the largest State Park in New York State, lies immediately to the south, right in Salamanca's back yard.  This year-round active park can be reached via Parkway Drive in the City.
    Once a major railroad town, Salamanca is the center for the hardwoods industry and forestry in the northeast.  Maple, Oak, and Cherry are hardwoods that are plentiful in the area.

Local News | Assessment Rolls | 2015 State Audit | 2016 City Audit
Allegany State Park | Seneca Nation of Indians | Seneca-Allegany Casino Fellow us on Facebook