Geneva is a city of New York. It is situated at the northern end of Seneca Lake. All land segments of the city are inside Ontario County. The populace was 13,261 at the 2010 census.The city is as far as anyone knows named after the city and canton of Geneva in Switzerland.The primary settlement of the Seneca was spelled Zoneshio by early white pioneers and was portrayed as being 2 miles north of Seneca Lake.
The territory was for quite some time possessed by the Seneca clan, who set up a noteworthy town of Kanadaseaga here by 1687.Amid the last fighting, the corrective Sullivan Expedition of 1779 mounted by revolt powers wrecked a considerable lot of the abodes, and the winter stores of the general population and they relinquished the vestiges.