Genesee Community Information
The city of Batavia is located 38 miles east of Buffalo and 30 miles southwest of Rochester.
Elevation - 895 feet above sea level
Latitude - 42 degrees, 59 minutes
Longitude - 78 degrees, 11 minutes
Average temperature - 47 degrees
Average rainfall - 32 inches
Batavia was founded in 1802. Joseph Ellicott served as the first agent of the Holland Land Company in western New York. Batavia was incorporated as a village in 1823, and became a city in 1915. Batavia is the seat for Genesee County.
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The City of Batavia has a population of approximately 15,500 people and is located in the center of Genesee County.
Population of the city of Batavia:
1920 = 13,541
1930 = 17,375
1940 = 17,267
1950 = 17,799
1960 = 18,210
1970 = 17,338
1980 = 16,703
1990 = 16,310
2000 = 16,256
2010 = 15,465
Population for the village of Batavia: 1860 = 2,560, 1870 = 3,890, 1880 = 4,845, 1890 = 7,221, 1900 = 9,180, 1910 = 11,613.
New York State codes, including building, residential, fire and plumbing codes.
Community Profile of Batavia.
Batavia City School District consists of four schools - one primary school, one intermediate school, one middle school and one high school, enrolling approximately 2,800 students.
Genesee County has a population of 60,000 and is situated mid-way between Buffalo and Rochester.
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