Bethany, New York
Bethany is the name of a farming town in Genesee County, New York. It is around forty miles southwest of downtown Rochester. As of September of 2022, the town population was 1,988. Bethany was first settled in 1803 and formally established as a town in 1812. The town consists of a number of hamlets. These are known as Bethany Center, East Alexander, East Bethany, Linden, Little Canada, and West Bethany.
Traffic Tickets in Bethany, New York
The town’s main road is US Route 20 (Broadway Road. It passes through town east-west and intersects with County Route 35 (East Road) in the eastern corner of town. Route 35 heads north until it reaches the hamlet of East Bethany. New York State Route 63 (Ellicott Street) covers the north-eastern corner of town very briefly. It passes through the hamlet of Little Canada and East Bethany before entering the neighboring town of Pavilion.
The New York State Police and the Genesee County Sheriff’s Department patrol the roads in Bethany. Violations issued in Bethany are answerable to the Bethany Town Court (Bethany Justice Court). The court mostly handles speeding violations issued on US-20. If you were given a traffic ticket in Bethany, it is probably prudent if you reach out to a traffic ticket law firm before you take action.
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