The Town of DeWitt is approximately 40 square miles in size and has approximately 124 miles of maintained paved surface streets. The Town includes the Village of East Syracuse and the hamlets of Jamesville and Collamer with residential areas of charming older neighborhoods, contemporary homes and condominiums, plus upscale newer subdivisions. The Town of DeWitt offers housing in price ranges as diverse as the population. In addition, our award-winning business parks are many of the most sought after and prestigious addresses in Central New York.

Residents of DeWitt have excellent public and private education choices at all levels, from preschool programs through post-graduate studies. The Town also maintains 13 parks and green spaces including Avery Park, Butternut Creek Recreation Trail, Cedar Bay Park, Delaney Green Space, Dunrovin Neighborhood Park, Fiddler’s Green, Franklin Neighborhood Park, Grist Mill Park, Maxwell Park, Richards Green Space, Ryder Recreation and Nature Area, Wiesner Green Space, and Willis Carrier Recreation Park with many of the trails available for year-round activities.

DeWitt is fortunate to have a prominent location at the “crossroads” of New York State where industry and commerce have settled due to the accessible transportation options of a regional airport, rail yards, the Route 90 east-west Thruway and north-south Route 81 along with close proximity to Canada.


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