New Hudson, New York
New Hudson is a rural town in Allegany County, New York. It is considered part of the Southern Tier region and around 65 miles southeast of Buffalo. As of March of 2022, the town’s population was only 765. New Hudson encompasses roughly thirty-six square miles. It was originally settled around 1820. In 1825 the township was established as the “Town of Haight”. In 1837, the name was changed to its current one. Several hamlets make up the town. They are known as Bellville, Black Creek, Lyons Corners, Marshall and McGrawville. A large portion of the town is made up of State Forest and Wildlife Areas.
Traffic Tickets in New Hudson, New York
New Hudson does not have a local police department. Traffic patrols are conducted by the New York State Police and the Allegany County Sheriff’s Department. Troopers and Sheriffs are authorized to cite motorists for traffic violations. All citations in town are adjudicated in the New Hudson Town Court. The court is physically located in the Hamlet of Black Creek.
The authorities tend to focus their efforts on the town’s arterial road, New York State Route 305 (NYS-305). It serves the more developed area of town in the south-east corner. The road itself passes through two hamlets known as Lyons Corners and Black Creek. The remaining town area is accessible by smaller local roads all leading back to NYS-305.
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