Science Fair Project Encyclopedia
Category:Unincorporated communities in New York
This category is for the named communities in New York state that lack political existence, whether census-designated places, neighborhoods, or informally designated as "hamlets".
There is 1 subcategory to this category.
Articles in category "Unincorporated communities in New York"
There are 107 articles in this category.
Adams Center, New YorkAmagansett, New YorkAngola on the Lake, New YorkApalachin, New YorkArmonk, New YorkAu Sable Forks, New York
- Baldwin, Nassau County, New York
- Bedford (CDP), New York
- Bedford Hills, New York
- Big Flats Airport, New York
- Billington Heights, New York
- Brasher Falls-Winthrop, New York
- Brewerton, New York
- Brewster Hill, New York
- Bridgeport, New York
- Burlington Flats, New York
- Calcium, New York
- Carmel Hamlet, New York
- Chappaqua, New York
- Cherry Grove, New York
- Clarence Center, New York
- Columbus Quarter
- Cortland West, New York
- Country Knolls, New York
- Crompond, New York
- Crugers, New York
- Cumberland Head, New York
- Schenevus, New York
- Schuyler Lake, New York
- Shenorock, New York
- Shepard Settlement, New York
- Shrub Oak, New York
- South Edmeston, New York
- South Lockport, New York
- Springs, New York
- St. Bonaventure, New York
- Star Lake, New York
- Syosset, New York
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