The Town of Cincinnatus is in the eastern part of the county and is east of the City of Cortland. The region was part of the Central New York Military Tract used to pay soldiers of the American Revolution. One of the townships was named Cincinnatus. Members of the Oneida tribe persisted in the town during its early history. The town was first settled around 1795. It was one of the original six town of Cortland County. The town was formed from the Town of Solon in 1804. In 1818, Cincinnatus was split so that part of its territory was used to create the Towns of Freetown, Willet, and Marathon. Read more
July 1, Cincinnatus Car Show
9 am, Rt 26 in Cincinnatus. Car Show in conjunction with the Annual Fire Department Field Days with spectacular fireworks display on Sunday night. Live entertainment daily, inspirational sing Sunday morning, good food, pie auction, tractor pulls. No admission charge. For more information call (607) 345-0001, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit cincyjams.com.
Today the town of Cincinnatus (NY) launches local website. The objective of the website is to provide a portal for local information and events that will increase awareness of our beautiful country landscape and culture to those interested in visiting, conducting business and or enjoying the many outdoor activities Cincinnatus has to offer.