Located on the western border of Madison County, Cazenovia is a town with a village also named Cazenovia. A historic and quaint waterfront community on the shores of Cazenovia Lake. The zip code for this area is 13035.
Cazenovia was established in 1793 by the Towns of Whitestown and Paris before the creation of Madison County. It was founded by an agent of the Holland Land Company, John Lincklaen, and was named after his boss, Theophilus Cazenove.
The Cazenovia Central School District and Chittenango School District are the public school systems serving Cazenovia. The village of Cazenovia is home to Cazenovia College, a small liberal arts college.
As of the 2020 Census, there were 6,740 people (a change of -4.9% since 2010) residing in the town of Cazenovia. The share of the total population consists of 82% adults age 18 or older and 18% youths under the age of 18. A change of +0.4% and -23.2% respectively.
There was a 10% vacancy rate in 2020 in the town of Cazenovia. There were 2,943 total housing units, a +1.7% change since 2010. Of the 2,943, 2,650 housing units were occupied and 293 were vacant.
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