Interested in composting at home? The Cornell Cooperative Extension of Erie County is conducting a workshop on Saturday, May 4, 2019 at Feed More WNY, 91 Holt Street, Buffalo, New York from 9:00 to 11:30 am. Learn more and RSVP at: pdf Compost at Home (122 KB)
It has come to the Town's atention that residents are disposing of materials NOT allowed in their recycle carts. Please do not attempt to recycle food waste, yard waste, leaves or any other materials other than what is listed on your cart's lid.
Iroquois Avenue will be closed for waterline and roadway work near Ronald Drive. The detour route shall consist of Broezel Avenue via Ronald Drive and Seitz Avenue. The work on Iroquois Avenue is tentatively scheduled to last three weeks.
Erie County, in partnership with the Western NY Stormwater Coalition, the City of Buffalo and the Town of Wheatfield, is selling rain barrels, compost bins and accessories at wholesale prices. Orders must be placed by May 3, 2019. Please see the attached information.
DEC Commissioner Basil Seggos reminds residents
that with spring approaching, conditions for wildfires will become heightened, and residential brush burning is prohibited March 16 through May 14 across New York State.
Even though much of the state is currently blanketed in snow, warming temperatures can quickly cause wildfire conditions to arise. DEC posts daily a fire danger rating map and forecast during fire season on its website and on the NY Fishing, Hunting & Wildlife App available on DEC's website. Currently, wildfire conditions in the state are low risk.
Historically, open burning of debris is the largest single cause of spring wildfires in New York State. When temperatures are warmer and the past fall's debris, dead grass, and leaves dry out, wildfires can start and spread easily and be further fueled by winds and a lack of green vegetation.
For information regarding the proposed Empire State Energy Transmission Line, please click the following: Proposed Empire State Energy Transmission Line Information
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.