Scio, New York
Scio (pronounced ("sigh--o”) is a small and rural town in Allegany County, New York. Its area is considered part of New York’s Southern Tier region. The town is around 80 miles southeast of Buffalo. As of March of 2022, the Scio’s population was 1,779. The town encompasses thirty-six square miles. Scio was first settled in 1805 by Joseph Knight, a minuteman in the American Revolution. The town was formally established in 1823. There are three hamlets in Scio. One is named after the town. The other two are known as Knights Creek and Petrolia.
Traffic Tickets in Scio, New York
Two highways cut through Scio. New York State Route 19 (NYS-19) runs north-south through the center of Scio. The other, New York State Route 417 (Bolivar Road), runs diagonally south-west and north-east in the south-west part of town. Both meet in the neighboring Village of Wellsville. NYS-417 provides direct access to the Wellsville Municipal Airport which borders the south town line.
Traffic Tickets in Scio often originate along the town’s major roads. Scio does not have a local police department. Traffic stops are conducted by New York State Police or the Allegany County Sheriffs. The Scio Town Court adjudicates traffic tickets. The court is located within the Scio Community Center in the downtown area.
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