For sites related to activities, organizations, and people in both the Town and the Village of Alfred, New York. The Town of Alfred comprises the locations: * Alfred - Village located in the north-central part of the town.
* Alfred Station - Hamlet northeast of Alfred village on Route 244.
* Alfred Center - A former hamlet on Whitney Valley Creek.
* Dykes Creek - an important stream in the town's south that flows to Andover and then to Wellsville where it joins the Genesee River.
* East Valley - The Valley to the east of the Railroad Valley. This leads all the way to Andover and is mostly parallel to Railroad Valley separated predominantly by Ben Socer Hill.
* Five Corners - Hamlet west of Alfred village on Route 244.
* Railroad Valley - The next valley to the east of the Village of Alfred which contains Tip Top
* Tip Top - An area southeast of Alfred village on Route 21 known as the highest point along the old Erie-Lackawana Railroad.
* Tinkertown - A location northeast of Alfred village on Route 244.

For sites specifically geared towards this community. Submitting a site based in another locality may prevent listing in the directory. Thank you for your cooperation.

Please submit sites ONLY about the Town or Village of Alfred, New York, personal home pages of residents, organizations, or for businesses located there to this category or the appropriate sub-category. Sites that cover broader areas should be submitted to the regional, county, or state categories.

Anyone submitting a site to this category must follow the following requirement and procedures. Every site listed is visited by the category editor for verification of adherence to the guidelines.

Submission Guidelines:

1. The url should be to the main page. If your business/service/information covers more than the town of Alfred, New York, please do not list it here, move it to a more general geographic category which covers the area. Entries that are from the same domain, yet listed multiple times using different urls will be deleted.

2. The title is to be the name of your business or site, NOT the name of the product or services, unless they are the same. The title may not be in all capital letters and cannot contain the character "&". The word "and" must be used.

3. The description should be general, about the site content only. It should not contain phrases that are considered promotional or hype such as: the best, the ultimate, does everything, great, etc. The description also should not repeat the company name, site name, or product name.

For sites based in this locality concerned with subjects such as theater, art, photography, films, music, architecture, dance, libraries, and museums.
Submit sites concerning theater, art, photography, films, music, architecture, dance, libraries, and museums, and having to do with activities, businesses, events, institutions, venues, performers, professionals, and organizations in this locality.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  1. Location must be shown, preferably by address or local phone number.
  2. For site title, submit name of business, organization, or individual.
  3. Make description factual, avoiding promotional language and Unnecessary Capitalization.
  4. Compare existing listings for best results.
For companies and business organizations based in this locality.
Submit sites for most companies based in this locality. Also see sub-categories when present. Certain companies should submit to Travel and Tourism, Arts and Entertainment, or Sports and Recreation instead. Compare existing listings for best results.

Most sites should be submitted to a locality. Listing at higher levels is allowed for companies with multiple locations spanning several localities or counties, and for clubs or associations drawing members from a broad area.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  1. Location must be shown, preferably by address or local phone number.
  2. For title, submit actual name of business or organization.
  3. Make description factual, avoiding promotional language and Unnecessary Capitalization.
For sites concerned with schools, training institutes and educational resources based in this locality, and links to local colleges and universities.
For sites concerned with schools, training institutes and educational resources based in this locality, and links to local colleges and universities.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  1. Location must be shown, preferably by address or local phone number.
  2. For title, submit actual name of the school or company.
  3. Make description factual, avoiding promotional language and Unnecessary Capitalization.
  4. Compare existing listings for best results.
For sites concerned with government, laws, taxes, and the military based in Alfred, New York.

For sites specifically geared towards this community. Submitting a site based in another locality may prevent listing in the directory. Thank you for your cooperation.

Areas include government agencies, local laws, taxes, and the military.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  1. Make sure your site title matches the name of your organization or entity.
  2. In your site description, stick to the facts and avoid hype or promotional language.
  3. This is a Regional category, so your location should be readily apparent on your site. Your service area should also be apparent when applicable.
  4. Avoid Excessive Capitalization.
  5. Describe site features as well as the subject of your site.
For news and media sites focused specifically on this locality.
For local news and media concerned specifically with this locality. Media sites are generally listed by service area, so many should be listed at county, region, or metro level rather than at locality. Subjects include radio, television, newspapers, and magazines.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  1. Service area should be indicated by map or text.
  2. For title, submit masthead name of newspaper or magazine, or for broadcast media, the call letters followed by frequency or channel number, for example WZYX-FM 102.
  3. Make description factual, avoiding promotional language and Unnecessary Capitalization.
  4. Compare existing listings for best results.
For sites concerned with the society and culture of Alfred, New York.

For sites specifically geared towards this community. Submitting a site based in another locality may prevent listing in the directory. Thank you for your cooperation.

This category concerns the make up of the local community: its people, its history, and resources and institutions that serve the people. Subjects include religion, clubs and lodges, reunions, women, men, seniors, kids, teens, activism, alternative sexuality, genealogy, and personal home pages.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  1. Make sure your site title matches the name of your organization or entity.
  2. In your site description, stick to the facts and avoid hype or promotional language.
  3. This is a Regional category, so your location should be readily apparent on your site. Your service area should also be apparent when applicable.
  4. Avoid Excessive Capitalization.
  5. Describe site features as well as the subject of your site.
For accommodations, parks and tourist attractions located in this locality as well as for resources such as tourist guides for those visiting the locality.
Submit hotels and motels, resorts and inns, vacation rentals, parks, attractions and travel guides. This category is reserved for entities physically located in this locality. To find a different locality and submit there, navigate to the list of localities found under the name of this state.

Note: Each lodging facility may receive one listing. Attempts to circumvent this policy by multiple submissions of the same or alternate URLs can result in being banned from the directory.

Tips for Faster Acceptance:

  1. Location must be shown, preferably by address or local phone number.
  2. For title, submit actual name of the lodging, park or attraction that is the subject of the site.
  3. Make description factual, avoiding promotional language and Unnecessary Capitalization.
  4. Compare existing listings for best results.