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Village Budget

Each of the Village Budget documents can be viewed, downloaded and/or printed. You can press Ctrl+F keys to find a particular term or word in the document.

If you have any questions or problems with accessing this document, please contact the Village Clerk Treasurer at 716-652-6000, ext. 218 or email Joyce Jezewski

Regional Comprehensive Plan

On May 19, 2003, the East Aurora Village Board adopted the Regional Comprehensive Plan (RCP).  The intent of the RCP is to provide a regional planning document that should guide future land use decisions.  

Your Tax Dollars At Work

When you receive your village tax bill on June 1st do you ever wonder what you are paying for or what services you are getting? See the list below, which lists many of the services you receive and are not listed in any particular order:

  • Police Protection (Town of Aurora contracts with us for service)
  • Fire Protection (Town of Aurora contracts with us for service)
  • Dispatch for Fire and Police (5 towns and nine fire departments contract with us for service)
  • Street Repair and Maintenance
  • Street Snow Removal
  • Street Lighting
  • Trash & Refuse Pickup and Recycling; Collection of Bulky Waste (i.e. mattress, furniture or appliance)
  • Hamlin Park The village pays for improvements, while Town of Aurora recreation maintains and runs the recreation programs
  • Zoning and Planning (one secretary, five ZBA members and seven planning commission members)
  • Historic Preservation Commission (nine members)
  • Village Code — maintained and updated regularly with the passage of new local laws
  • Notary Public Service
  • Registrar Services (issue birth and death certificates)
  • Village Website is maintained and updated internally  to provide timely information
  • Tree Planting (we plant approximately 30 new trees in the village each year)
  • Tree Trimming and Removal in the village right of way
  • Fall Leaf Collection
  • Brush & Tree Limb Collection in Spring and Summer
  • Composting area available to residents on Saturdays to dump yard waste
  • Free mulch to residents
  • Public Parking Lots; 4 lots leased by village where the village provides maintenance, snow removal and street lighting.
  • School Resource Officer; Dare Program
  • Provide Financial Support to local Museums
  • Maintenance of flower baskets along Main Street during summer months
  • Hang banners on Main Street during special events and holidays
  • Local celebrations are possible and safe because of Police Protection, Crossing Guards, Department of Public Works and Fire Protection