Orleans County is in western New York State, northeast of Buffalo and west of Rochester, on the southern shore of Lake Ontario. Albion is the county seat.
Main Industries: Orleans County is known for competitive sports fishing and agricultural production, and provides an industrious work force for both manufacturing and commerce.
Education: Two branches of Genesee Community College located in Albion and Medina.
Land: Orleans County enjoys the peaceful rural life with the advantages of urban centers nearby. Two international airports are within an hour drive: Buffalo Niagara International (BUF) to the west and Greater Rochester International (ROC) to the east. The Erie Canal passes (east-west) through the middle of the county.
Chair, County Legislature - Lynne M. Johnson
- Albion, Town of
- Albion, Village of (shared with the Town of Gaines)
- Barre, Town of
- Carlton, Town of
- Clarendon, Town of
- Gaines, Town of
- Kendall, Town of
- Murray, Town of
- Ridgeway, Town of
- Shelby, Town of
- Medina, Village of (shared with the Town of Ridgeway)
- Yates, Town of