Village News

Oct
20
2022

WNY Southtowns Scenic Byway Photo Contest

Oct
18
2022

E. Fillmore Bridge Replacement Info

Sep
15
2022

Residents of Maple and Pine will see County survey crews mid-September

Erie County is starting preliminary design for work to be done next year on both Maple and Pine Streets. Residents may see survey crews working beginning mid-September. The County plans to hold public information meetings in the Spring.

Jul
9
2022

Summer HHW & Paint Collection Event

July 9th from 8:30am – 1 pm.

Registration is now open and residents can reserve their spot by registering on our web-site at www.erie.gov/recycling or by calling the HHW hotline (716-858-6800).  The big news is we are now collectingpaint for recycling.  This is a no-cost service to residents for HHWdisposal and paint recycling.

May
17
2022

Click It Or Ticket Campaign

PRESS RELEASE

Click It or Ticket Campaign

Seat Belt Enforcement Initiative, May 23- June 5, 2022

May
2
2022

Eligibility for Storefront Revitalization Grant from Erie County

Erie County Grant for Storefront Revitalization: click here

"Erie County has announced the start of the StorefrontRevitalization Program. The County Executive has dedicated $10 million oftax revenue from online sales during the COVID 19 pandemic to assist brick andmortar businesses who were adversely impacted during that time.  

The program will grant small businesses up to $40,000 for exteriorrepairs to their storefronts.  One of their primary objectives is tofund Storefront façade improvements in every municipality in Erie County, butthat requires that eligible businesses in each municipality apply."

Apr
26
2022

Free Removal of Honey Bees! Please don't kill them...

The Western New York Honey Bee Producers, Inc. will remove swarms of honey bees for FREE!
Call David Newman at 716-748-1640.

Apr
25
2022

No Mow May encouraged by Village

No Mow May Proclamation from Mayor Peter Mercurio

The Village Board adopted a Resolution on April 18th in support of No Mow May. Residents are encouraged to leave lawns unmowed during the month of May to help the health of bees and other pollinators and wildlife. See more information here, including printable lawn signs:

https://xerces.org/publications/other/no-mow-may

https://beecityusa.org/no-mow-may/

Mar
28
2022

Amazing Career Opportunity: Work for the Village DPW!

Mar
17
2022

Think Spring! Tips for chemical-free lawns and HHW disposal

Think Spring! PLEASE consider alternatives to chemical treatments for lawns! See the Gnome link in the County newsletter for helpful tips for environmentally-friendly lawn care options. Also see a great option for proper disposal of Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) - no waiting for an event!

Mar
17
2022

Get Paid to Dispose of Your Old Fridge, Freezer and/or AC Unit

NYSEG customers can arrange for free pickup of up to two qualifying appliances per address per year and receive a rebate of $50 per refrigerator and freezer and $10 per working air conditioner.

Here are the details...

Mar
16
2022

Will Miller Eagle Scout Project Benefits Village and Special Populations

Will Miller and his team of helpers constructed four custom picnic tables, specially designed with extended tabletops to accommodate persons with disabilities. They have been donated to the Village and will be placed throughout Hamlin Park. See more pictures here.

Will Miller is a senior at East Aurora High School and has been in scouting since joining Pack 514 as a Cub Scout. From there, Will joined Boy Scout Troop 513. Will is grateful for the support of his fellow troop members and leaders. Will credits his may helpers for his project - troop members and their fathers, saying the group effort was made possible by these great people who were simply "amazing." Will was able to raise the money for his Eagle Scout project and thanks the wonderful people of East Aurora for donating cans and bottles.

The Village extends our sincerest thanks to Will and all involved with his Eagle Scout project for making and donating these beautiful tables that are extra exceptional, proving accommodations for special persons!

Mar
15
2022

Village Election March 15th

Absentee Ballot

Polls are open from 12pm-9pm

585 Oakwood Ave. East Aurora, 14025

Dec
2
2021

ADA Info

Contact Village ADA Coordinator Cathryn Thomas at 716-652-6000, option 5, for any assistance, including large print copies of documents, information relayed audibly, or any other ADA-related need. Email contact: cathie.thomas@east-aurora.ny.us, or in person during business hours at 585 Oakwood Avenue, East Aurora.

ADA Notice

ADA Grievance Procedure

Nov
25
2021

Village Offices Thanksgiving Closure

Village Offices Closed Thursday & Friday, Nov. 25 & 26

Trash Collection Revised: 11/25 collected on 11/26; 11/26 collected on 11/27

Nov
15
2021

NEW! Public Hearing on Cannabis Opt Out Proposals!

Oct
12
2021

CDBG Changes Public Notice - SHPO Requirements

Oct
11
2021

Village Offices Closed - No Change in Trash Pickup

Village Offices Closed

No Change in Trash Pickup

Sep
1
2021

Inclusion of Predominantly Viable Agricultural Lands

Jul
29
2021

Amazing Career Opportunity: Work for the Village DPW!

Jul
28
2021

Resource Center: Eliminate Invasive Species

Jul
3
2021

Village of East Aurora Independence Day Parade

Jun
30
2021

Road Paving

The Village DPW is planning on paving roads this week. Expect minor traffic issues.

Wednesday June 30- Warren Dr. and The Meadow

Thursday July 1- North St.

Friday July 2- Elm St, Park Pl and Walnut

Jun
12
2021

Public Invited to Ribbon Cutting and Flag Raising Ceremony at 10 a.m.

Ribbon Cutting Invitation

New Joint Municipal Building - Town Hall & Village Hall - 575 & 585 Oakwood Avenue

May
24
2021

Buckle Up New York

The East Aurora-Town of Aurora Police Department is participating in the two-week,statewide, seat belt enforcement initiative, Buckle Up New York, May 24-June 6, 2021, as part of the New York Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee’s “Click It…Or Ticket” campaign. Patrol Officers will perform traffic stops in the village and town to enforce seatbelt laws. This zero-tolerance enforcement effort aims to increase seat belt use, which helps reduce fatalities and injuries in motor vehicle crashes.According to the Governor’s Traffic Safety Committee, “Regardless of a 93 percent seat belt compliance rate, on average more than a third of motor vehicle occupants killed in crashes each year are unrestrained.” New York State's seatbelt law is a primary law, which means a police officer may stop vehicles solely because the drivers or passengers are not wearing seatbelts.For additional information, contact: East Aurora-Town of Aurora Police Department,(716) 652-1111

Dec
16
2020

New! Overnight Parking Ban Lifted

Overnight parking is now permitted on Village streets!