When in Real Property Tax Search Page (CLICK HERE), additional tax information can be assessed by entering in the address, then clicking on "Details" and selecting "Prior Years", located on the top of the page near the "Print" button
That portion of Stony Road between Genesee Street and Pleasantview Drive will be closed beginning May 17, 2018 for a bridge replacement as stated on the following attachment from the Erie Commissioner of Highways.
Only the President of the United States or the Governor of one’s State may order the flag of the United States of America to be flown at half-staff.
In the event of the death of a current or former employee of the Town of Lancaster, a black and white flag will be displayed under the flag of the United States of America at Town buildings.
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.
Seneca Place will be closing on Tuesday, July 17th between Walden Ave. and Seitz Ave. to replace the Scajaquada Creek culvert. The culvert replacement is expected to last several months and is tentatively scheduled to reopen on Monday, October 1, 2018. The detour route shall consist of Central Avenue via Walden Avenue and Seitz Avenue.
Brunck Road will be closing on Tuesday, August 14, 2018 between Bowen Road and Siebert Road to replace the Slate Bottom Creek culvert. The culvert replacement is expected to be complete in 2 months and is tentavily scheduled to reopen on Monday, October 15, 2018. The detour route shall consist of William Street via Bowen Road and Siebert Road.
For street light outages in the Town of Lancaster, please notify the Supervisor’s Office at 683-1610. We will report the outage to NYSEG, via NYSEG’s online reporting system. NYSEG is responsible for checking all reported outages.
Residents may also report a street light outage online to NYSEG using the following link:
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.
Brozel Avenue will be closing on Monday, June 11th between Ronald Drive and Meadow Lea Park to replace the Scajaquada Creek culvert. The culvert replacement is expected to last several months and is tentatively scheduled to reopen on Friday, August 31, 2018.
The detour route shall consist of either Central Avenue or Iroquois Avenue via Ronald Drive and Seitz Avenue.