Very white area. 1/3 of the town doesn’t go to schodack central schools which makes no sense some kids go the east greenbush schools even tho they don’t live in east greenbush. There isn’t a lot to do here it isn’t awful to live though due to no crime basically
Schodack, New York has always been my home. For almost 18 years. I live on a farm and that is one of the main components to why I love it. It's a small town which means everyone knows each other. I like that our homes are spread out and that I get to be close to nature. Outdoor activities such as bonfires, 4 wheeling and riding bikes has been a large part of my life and living in Schodack has made that possible.
The Schodack Central Schools lines need to be expanded. There's isn't much in the school lines area. I want to see way more houses up but I don't want to take away from the beautiful landscape.
Where I live, people that buy a hoise, generally stay there for the rest of their lives. When you've lived in an area for a whole, your neighbors become friendly. However, if you haven't been there very long, it's hard to get people to give you the time of day.
The police are always around, and the ones that I've met have been kind men and women; but it always seems they take longer than necessary getting to a call.
If I could start somewhere else, I probably would. New York is a very expensive state to live in, and it's cold! I don't mind being here, though. The people are nice, and everything is very close by. You can drive 15 minutes to Albany and have anything you want- food, shopping malls, bowling, laser tag- it's all available.