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Community Resources

Greene County has a wide variety of community resources that help make our area a better place to live, work and play!

In addition to the services offered its residents by Greene County government, there are a variety of community resources available to the Greene County community by local organizations and not-for-profits. These agencies help meet the needs of our residents, often in conjunction with State and Federal support.

Links to the web sites of many of these organizations can be found below:


Columbia-Greene Community College
Historians/ Greene County Historical Society
Greene County Council on the Arts
Greene County Industrial Development Agency
Cornell Cooperative Extension: Columbia & Greene Counties
Greene County Soil and Water Conservation District
Columbia-Greene Workforce Investment Board


Greene County Courts in Third Judicial District
Common Ground Dispute Resolution


Greene County Chamber of Commerce
Windham Chamber of Commerce
Buy in Greene – Greene County Businesses
Town of Hunter Chamber of Commerce
Cairo Chamber of Commerce
Catskill Mountain Foundation
Hunter Foundation
Columbia-Greene Board of Realtors
Windham Foundation
Altamura Center for the Arts
Rivertown Senior Apartments

Cairo Development Foundation



The Autism Connection
The Arc of Mid-Hudson
Mental Health Association of Columbia-Greene
Greene County Rural Health Network
Northeast Parent & Child Society
National Alliance on Mental Illness – Greene County
Early Childhood Learning Center of Greene County
Catholic Charities of Columbia and Greene County

Twin County Recovery Services
Adaptive Sports Foundation
RUPCO (Greene County Housing Choice Voucher Program)
Catskill Mountain Housing Development Corporation
Community Action of Greene County
Capital District YMCA


Mid-Hudson Library System
Greene Land Trust
New Baltimore Conservancy
Catskill Community Center
Mountain Top Arboretum
Mountain Top Historical Society
Athens Cultural Center
Thomas Cole National Historic Site
The Vedder Research Library at the Bronk House Museum