Guilford Center

Guilford Center which is situated on Guilford Creek, one and one-half miles below Guilford. It was once the seat of a flourishing academy which began in 1827. It contained two churches, one district school, a grocery store, one harness shop, a blacksmith shop, a tailor shop and a population of 61 in 1800's.

A hotel -the Angel Inn- was also located here and was a stage coach stop with a wooden angel above the building. The first merchants were Caleb Mann and Henry Smith who sold goods in the tavern of the hotel about 1809. The first postmaster was Dr. Colby Knapp who was also the first physician. The first lawyer was Daniel S. Dickinson. He was later elected NY Senator in 1836.

The Guilford Center Depot and Feed Store were built around the time the O & W Railroad started operation in 1866. The depot was called "Parker".


Announcements

The Guilford Town Hall will be closed Monday, May 28, 2018 for the Memorial Day holiday. Normal business hours will resume on Tuesday, May 29, 2018.

May 29, 2018: CLOSURE OF COUNTY ROAD 37, BETWEEN COUNTY ROAD 36 AND KEACH ROAD
See this for more details

Rabies Clinic dates for Spring of 2018 (April-June). See this PDF

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