Directions to the Seneca County Office Building

1. Directions from the NYS Thruway

  • get off the Thruway at Exit 41 (Waterloo)
  • once through the toll booth turn right (heading south) on Route 414 and proceed about 4 miles until you come to a stoplight intersection
  • at this intersection there is a church and Kentucky Fried Chicken on your right, turn right at the stop light onto North Road
  • proceed a short distance on North Road until just before the railroad tracks and then you will see a little street called DiPronio Drive and the large brick building that is the County Office Building

2. Directions coming from West (Geneva)

  • proceed east on Routes 5 and 20 from Geneva (heading towards Waterloo and Auburn)
  • go through Downtown Waterloo and just as you are leaving the village limits (on the east side of town) look on your left for a little green sign that says “Thurber Drive” and a green sign that says “County Office Building”
  • turn left onto Thurber Drive and proceed until you see the large red brick building which is the county office building
  • turn right onto DiPronio Drive

3. Directions coming from the East (Seneca Falls)

  • proceed west on Routes 5 and 20 from Seneca Falls (heading towards Waterloo)
  • almost immediately after you go past the stoplight intersection for Wal-Mart, turn right onto Thurber Drive (there is a small sign indicating the County Office Building)
  • proceed ahead and you will see the County Office Building in front of you
  • turn right onto DiPronio Drive

4. Directions coming from the South

  • Pick up Route 96 North which runs from Ithaca to Waterloo
  • In Waterloo, Route 96 will intersect with Routes 5&20. Turn right (east) onto Routes 5&20
  • go through Downtown Waterloo and just as you are leaving the village limits (on the east side of town) look on your left for a little green sign that says “Thurber Drive” and a green sign that says “County Office Building”
  • turn left onto Thurber Drive and proceed until you see the large red brick building which is the county office building
  • turn right onto DiPronio Drive