Verona is a town in Oneida County, New York, United States. The source of the town name is unknown, though it's possibly named after Verona, Italy. The Town of Verona is in the western part of the county and is west of the City of Rome. The town was first settled in 1792. The Town of Verona was established from the Town of Westmoreland in 1802. In 1993, the Oneida Nation purchased land in the town and opened a casino and bingo hall. By 1997, this facility evolved into a resort called Turning Stone Resort & Casino.