About Vestal

The gazebo and war monument located in Four Corners Park at the junction of Front Street and the Vestal Parkway.
Vestal, a part of the Greater Binghamton area, is located in the south western corner of Broome County. Approximately 52.5 square miles in size, Vestal's population has grown from the 2010 census total of 28,043.

Vestal prides itself on being a "Full Service Town" with a police department, volunteer fire department, highway department, public library, museum and school system. The award-winning Vestal Central School District offers a K-12 education to more than 4,000 students.

The Town of Vestal is home to the nationally recognized Binghamton University, a part of the State University of New York. Numerous malls and plazas offer excellent shopping while Vestal's twenty parks and Rail Trail offer many recreational opportunities. Vestal is close to ski slopes for winter fun and New York's finger lakes for summer recreation.

Vestal is conveniently located near three major highways providing easy access and a short driving distance to Scranton, PA; Syracuse, NY; Albany, NY; Rochester, NY; New York City; and Buffalo, NY. Ottawa, ON, Boston, MA, Toronto, ON, Montreal, QC, and Washington, DC are all within 6 hours by car.

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