Friendship is a town in Allegany County, New York, USA. The population was 2,004 at the 2010 census. The town's name was adopted to mark the resolution of earlier conflicts. See the History section for more information on the background. The Town is surrounded by large hills in a wide valley that runs west to east. Interstate 86 exit 29 is at the west end of the hamlet of Friendship. Gas, food and many other services are available in the Town. See the Shopping section for a more complete listing. The center of Town is located on Van Campen Creek, a tributary of the Genesee River. The Town provides a small school setting in the Friendship Central School district. In the greater area of Allegany County there are a variety of events, lodging and attractions. Check these out on discoveralleganycounty.com
The Town of Friendship is near the center of Allegany County and is northeast of Olean, New York.
Town Hall Closed-Memorial Day Posted May 26, 2017
Town Hall closed Monday, May 29 in Observance of Memorial Day.
The Town of Friendship Dog Control officer will be going door to door doing a dog enumeration beginning the 1st week in June . Past due dog
licenses will have to be paid current and for any dog found to be
"unlicensed" or license expired will have to pay a $5.00 enumeration
fee. This can be done at the Town Hall with the Town Clerk on regular
business hours. All Dogs 4 months and older must have current
rabies and be licensed. $15.50 for a unspayed or unneutered dog; $7.50 for a spayed or neutered dog.