Greene County is a county located in the state of New York, United States. It is located in the Hudson Valley region of New York, and its county seat is the town of Catskill. The county has a population of approximately 47,000 people and covers an area of 658 square miles.
The county was named after General Nathanael Greene, a hero of the American Revolution. The county is known for its natural beauty, including the Catskill Mountains and the Hudson River, which run through the county.
The county is also home to many historical landmarks, including the Thomas Cole National Historic Site, which preserves the home and studio of the Hudson River School painter, and the Bronck Museum.
Around a third of households (34%) in Greene County use fuel oil to heat their homes.