Clay is among the approximately 26 communities recognized in the diverse city of Syracuse in Central New York. Considered the heart of New York, Syracuse is a convenient and fun place to live, work and play. The seat of Onondaga County, Syracuse is home to approximately 160,000 residents who enjoy the high quality of life afforded by the city?s varied communities.
As the economic and educational hub of Central New York, business opportunities abound in several hotspots throughout the city. Syracuse University brings students from all over the country and even the world to study at this major research university as well as numerous small colleges and continuing education facilities.
With all this progress and opportunity, Syracuse still offers a small-town atmosphere, hosting the annual Great New York State Fair and offering numerous parks and family activities. Known for its legendary snowfall, Syracuse gets more annual snow volume than any other U.S. city. Skiing and snow tubing are popular pastimes, as well as water sports, boating and fishing on area lakes and rivers during the summer months. Syracuse also boasts more trees per land area than its New York neighbors Albany, Buffalo or Rochester.
A quality transportation infrastructure gets residents and visitors around the city easily and inexpensively while the Syracuse International Airport offers flights all over the world and shuttle service to all Syracuse communities.
With a wealth of museums, art galleries, dining and performing arts, Syracuse has all the arts, culture and nightlife you could want. Spend leisurely days in one of over 170 parks, fields and recreation areas, on an area golf course or shopping in one of the seemingly endless shopping districts. Numerous other recreational facilities and entertainment opportunities are at your fingertips in this vibrant city.
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