Category:Towns in New York (state)
form of local government in the state of New York
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This is a listing of categories of towns in New York State. A town in New York is a large subdivision of a county. For example, in 2000, the Town of Vestal has a population of 26,535 in an area of 136.4 km² (52.7 mi²), while the neighboring City of Binghamton had a population of 47,380 in an area of 28.6 km² (11.0 mi²).