Penn-York Valley

The Penn-York Valley (referred to locally as The Valley) is a group of communities that straddles the New York and Pennsylvania border. It includes the villages and boroughs of:

These four central communities have a population of 14,822 as of the 2000 Census, and a population of 14,425 as of the 2010 Census. The entire Greater Valley has a population near 35,000.

Due to geographic boundaries, the Penn-York Valley is broken up into two Census regions: the Binghamton metropolitan area and the Sayre micropolitan area. The Valley is part of the Twin Tiers.

The community saw historic flooding due to rain from Tropical Storm Lee, exceeding levels of the Mid-Atlantic United States flood of 2006. Damages in Tioga County alone were estimated at around $100 million.

The Penn-York Valley's education system is set by three different and separate school districts.

Private Education

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