A Norman Rockwell Community
Tree-lined streets are accented by well-tended single and two family homes--and that is the true magic of Scotia, it is a town of homes, not a conglomeration of houses for an itinerant generation.
Scotia is not bowing to 'political correctness' -- we still have a town Christmas tree and Veteran's Day parades. All religious beliefs and political affiliations are respected, but none are made to take a back seat to placate any PC causes. Refreshing and soothing.
Scotia's school system is highly
ranked, as it should be -- the school and property taxes
are nose-bleed high. Still, I wouldn't want my kids going
to school anywhere else.
|Magnolias on Fifth Street|
|The door to the police headquarters once had a sign which read: "Scotia Police Department Watch Your Step" This referred to the actual physical doorway, not an admonition to obey the law.||Busiest corner: Fifth and Vley|
|Lock Nine Park Picnics|
|Tree-lined quiet streets|
|The neighborhood kids|
|Fireworks every Fourth of July at Collins Lake. Of course, no matter what day the Fourth falls on, the town has the display on a different day -- it's a local tradition!|
|Jumpin' Jacks Restaurant. It's really a burger stand located on the banks of the Mohawk in the shadow of the Western Gateway Bridge. Open from April until Labor Day, Scotia residents set there biological clocks by the smell of burgers and fish fries. Don't miss the soft ice cream on a warm summer night.|
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|The Four Seasons
This page will be updated seasonally to reflect the changing face of our little town. And baby, it's cold outside! [This is the Winter page.]
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