Utica, New York…

Located in the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor, the city of Utica is located in Central New York on historic Mohawk River Valley.

The Erie Canal which once flowed through downtown Utica began in Albany, turned west at Cohoes and snaked alongside the Mohawk River. Today, the channelized Mohawk River is the Erie "Barge" Canal. The region's location along the Hudson and Mohawk rivers and the canal turned it into America's industrial powerhouse in the 1800s. You'll find the region's legacy of culture, arts, academics, and architecture matched by the extraordinary scenic landscapes of the Mohawk River Valley.

Utica is easily accessible from major cities in the Northeast. Downtown Utica is only 1½ mi. from Exit 31 on the New York State Thrusway (I-90).

Temple Beth El is located at

2710 Genesee St.
Utica, New York 13502
Phone: (315) 724-4751

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