Town Historian

Town Historian
Town HistorianJudy Greenway
phone: 315-214-9593

According to recent numbers, Mexico's population is decreasing. Few young adults stay and raise their families in the area they were raised, job opportunities are few in the Town of Mexico.

Farming in our area is once again increasing with the Amish community purchasing once profitable dairy farms that are no longer. The Amish also supply a need for lumber, fresh local grown fruits, vegetables, eggs, butter, small storage sheds, and the local services for building and fine carpentry, a definite advantage to the area.

Projects of installing Municipal Water in areas where the lack of good quality or quantity of water is ongoing. Mexico's water supply comes from local pure springs with the need for little additional purification.

The consolidated school system (Towns of Mexico, New Haven, Palermo) consists of 3 elementary schools one in town, and located in the Village of Mexico is a Junior High School and High School.

The Historic High School is the home of one of only two Revolutionary War Murals, the other being in Washington DC.