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The Village of Springville

is a rural community located 45 minutes southeast of Buffalo in Western New York within the southern tip of Erie County.  The Village of Springville is fully encompassed by the Town of Concord and is surrounded by an environment of beautifully wooded hillsides, dramatic stream valleys and very productive farmland.  This quaint Village is nestled in the foothills of the Alleghany Mountains. New York State (NYS) Route 39 crosses the rural setting from east to west and US Route 219 crosses from north to south. Springville’s location at the crossroads of these important routes makes it a natural center for services. Along with the Village’s close proximity to Cattaraugus Creek and its tributaries, the location created opportunities for many early factory, trade and service businesses. To this day, the Village has maintained a historic downtown business district, surviving the influx of big box stores and franchise businesses in recent decades, located in the westerly edge of the Village. One of the key businesses in the historic downtown is the Joylan Theater, which shows first run movies. 

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What's Happening Around the Village! 

Electric Clean Energy Surcharge

Due to Governor Cuomo's State Energy Plan the Public Service Commission has adopted the following surcharge to your electric bill. Click here for more details.

New Local Laws Adopted by the Village of Springville

On February 6, 2017 the Village Board of Trustees adopted two new Local Laws. Local Law no. 1 applies revisions to Chapter §125-5 Park and Recreational Facilities, of the Village of Springville Code and Local Law no.2 applies revisions to Chapters §200-34 Digital Signs, §200-35 Temporary Feather Type Signs and §200-8.1 regarding additional regulation to Retail Overlay District in the Village of Springville Code. On February 21, 2017, the Village Board of Trustees will be having a hearing for proposed Local Law no. 3, a Local Law authorizing a property tax levy in excess of the limit established in General Municipal Law §3-c. 

Attention Village of Springville Residents, Winter Parking Ban:

NOTICE YOU ARE HEREIN OFFICIALLY NOTIFIED THAT IT IS ILLEGAL TO PARK ON ANY VILLAGE STREET

1. Between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m.from November 10 to April 1, the parking of vehicles is hereby prohibited on any street, and/or in any location adjacent to a street where the vehicle restricts and/or prohibitsthe Village ofSpringville from removing, plowing, and/or otherwise treating snow and ice within the street. For purposes ofthis section, the definition ofstreet is provided in Section 150-13 ofthe Village Code.

2. The parking of vehicles in the municipal parking lot is prohibited between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. from November 10 to April 1, except in designated areas within the municipal parking lot.

3. No vehicle may be parked in excess of24 hours in any one spot on any street, alley, or municipal parking lot, except in designated areas within a municipal parking lot. Vehicles that violate these laws will be ticketed and may be towed, at the owners expense, by order of the Village of Springville Police Department. By Order of the Village Board

 

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FRANKLIN STREET, PARK AND BUILDING RENOVATIONS

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EMPLOYMENT

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HISTORIC PRESERVATION

Tax Credits Available Now for East Hill Historic District Residents

East Hill Historic District nomination has been signed and placed on the New York State Register of Historic Places.   Property owners may now apply for the homeowner tax credit program, as placement on the State Register is the threshold for the tax credit program. East Hill Historic District Application PDF

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