Beginning May 28, 2019, waterline replacement work will begin on Pleasant View Drive from Transit Road to Stutzman Road and from Harris Hill Road extending east approximately 800 feet. Construction is anticipated to last into September. Please be advised to expect traffic delays and lane closures.
New York State Electric & Gas has notified the Town of Lancaster that they will be pruning or removing trees and brush near power lines in our area. This work will involve the wires that run from the utility pole to your house or place of business. If you have any questions, please call Shannon Hennessey, Forester at 1-585-484-5101.
The Erie County Department of Public Works has announced the closure of Town Line Road between Clinton Street to Broadway for deck and bearing replacements for the bridge over Cayuga Creek. This closure will begin June 24, 2019 and has an anticipated opening date of October 14, 2019, or until complete.
Lancaster Public Geographic Information System (GIS) is available to look up:
Districts for the following: Election, School, Fire, MS4 (Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System), Agricultural Federal and State Wetlands
E-Z Pass On-The -Go is for sale in the Town Clerk's Office!
Governor Cuomo, in a June 12, 2018 press release, announced that the New York State Thruway ticketed system on the mainline I-90 & I-87 and the Erie Section to go completely cashless by the end of 2020. Cost of the E-Z Pass tag is $25 and is available now at the Town Clerk's Office, 21 Central Avenue, Lancaster, Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM.
For information regarding the proposed Empire State Energy Transmission Line, please click the following: Proposed Empire State Energy Transmission Line Information
For street light outages in the Town of Lancaster, please see link below to submit a street light outage form to NYSEG, or contact the NYSEG customer service line at 1-800-572-1111
The Freedom of Information Law (FOIL), Public Officers’ Law Article 6, provides that all records are accessible, except records or portions of records that fall within one of the nine categories of deniable records. Further information is available by contacting the Town Clerk. Requests must be submitted to the Town Clerk in writing.