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Yates County Information
The population of the county based on what the census recorded in 2010 was 25,348 making it the least 3rd populous county in the state. The county seat is Penn Yan and the county was named after Joseph C. Yates. The county was founded in 1823 and the total area is 376 square miles. The departments in the county office that take care of the citizens and visitors are attorney, emergency management, probation, public defender, and Sheriff’s office.
The Sheriff is Ronald G. Spike and the address is 227 Main Street Penn Yan, New York 14527-1720. The phone number is 315-536-4438
The divisions in the Sheriff’s office are E911/Dispatch center, Records division, Court Security, Civil, Crime Alert, Employment, Opportunities, and Animal Control.
Communications with the ones being served have always been normal in law enforcement.
You can e-mail the Sheriff’s office by sending it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Do not use the e-mail address for emergencies. Dial 911 if you have an emergency.
415 Liberty Street Penn Yan, NY 144527 and the hours of operation is from Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm
Yates County Supreme and County Court address is 415 Liberty Street Penn Yan, NY 14527 and the phone number is 315-536-5126
Hours of operation is from Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm
Yates County Surrogate’s County address is 415 Liberty Street Penn Yan, NY 14527 and the phone number is 315-536-5130. Hours of operation is from Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm
227 Main Street Public Safety Building Penn Yan, 14527
Phone number is 315-536-5175
The visitation days for inmates are during Tuesdays and Saturdays from 1 pm to 5 pm. All visitations are on appointment basis. Visitors need to call the jail at 315-536-5175
Yates County Sheriff Office Address: 227 Main St, Penn Yan, NY 14527, United States
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