What's Happening Around the Village!
Attention Village Residents!
March 25, 2020 1300 hours Message From the Mayor:
Springville Coronavirus Update March 25 1300 hours
The NYS, Erie County, and Village States of Emergency continue. Village services are provided by a reduced workforce. Garbage collection continues as scheduled. Garbage stickers are available at
Springville Hardware, Crosby Mart, and Tops. Payments should be made via mail, auto-deduct, telephone, or the drop box at 5 West Main. Village Election is currently scheduled for April 28 Planning
Board, Zoning Board of Appeals, and Historic Preservation Commission meetings have been cancelled for April. Details will follow about the next Trustee Meeting scheduled for April 6. Call 592-4936 ext
1000 with questions about Village services. All non essential businesses and nonessential gatherings are banned by NYS. Please contact Erie County and NYS for the latest information regarding the pandemic and its resulting emergency regulations and recommendations. www.erie.gov/health/coronavirus www.health.ny.gov www.cdc.gov. Erie County has notified the Village that a Village resident has tested positive for COVID 19. As stated in previous update Springville is a center of retail and medical services in the Southern Tier. Residents should heed NYS and EC advice, assume the virus is here, and practice social distancing. Bertrand Chaffee Hospital is posting on Facebook information about the Coronavirus and its medical services. For a list of available community resources during this crisis, residents should go to http://www2.erie.gov/health/index.php?q=community-resources For a list of available resources for businesses during the crisis, business owners should contact NYS agencies, as well as their own financial institutions: Some information available at www.esd.ny.gov Federal, State, and County support is changing by the day.
Support our community health. Support our local businesses. Support each other.
Mayor Bill Krebs
For accurate information about the COVID 19 pandemic, go to www.erie.gov/health/coronavirus. You may call Erie County Health Department at (716) 858-2929 for information about Erie County response to the epidemic.
Mayor Krebs declared a State of Emergency in the Village on March 17, 2020. Village buildings are closed to the public. Residents should pay bills by credit card, over the phone, by mail, or by dropping their payments in the drop box. Residents may still obtain garbage stickers from Crosby Mart, Tops Market and Springville Hardware. They may still be purchased through the Village Office if paying online or drop a payment in the dropbox and will be mailed out to you. Our Department of Public Works (Streets, Water, Sewer, Electric), Police, Control Center and SVFD are operational to serve our residents but non employees are not allowed in their facilities at this time. Any questions: 592-4936 ext 1000
Please follow advice about non-pharmaceutical personal, environmental and social precautions, recommendations, and regulations effected by the New York State, Erie County, Town of Concord and Village of Springville States of Emergency.
If you are sick, stay at home and call your doctor. Healthy respiratory etiquette, proper cleaning procedures, and social distancing will help us to "flatten the curve" and prevent the over taxing of health facilities. We are all in this together.
Additional information may be found at www.health.ny.gov and www.cdc.gov.
COVID-19 Response Business Resources
To help keep up with the quickly changing response to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are some important resources related to the economic impacts for businesses and workers. To find out more information, please click here:
The U.S. Small Business Administration's (SBA) federal disaster loan progrm has been approved for all counties in NYS and is available for applications. Low-interest loans for working capital are available to small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small aquaculture businesses and most private non-profit organizations suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout New York State. Information on the program, how to apply, and a webinar can be found on ESD's website, click here for more information.
Recruiting For Kaleida COVID-19 Response Team
Kaleida Health is calling on the Western New York community for help from nurses, physicians and support staff to work on their COVID-19 Response Team. There is a specific need for experienced critical care nurses and medical/surgical nurses.
Those able to help can contact the Kaleida Health COVID-19 Response Team:
Nurses: please call (716) 859-4647 or email [email protected]
Physicians: please email [email protected]
Support staff including medical assistants, certified medical assistant (CMA), patient care assistants (PCA), unit secretary and environmental and nutritional services: please call (716) 859-8607 or email [email protected]
Court Update Regarding COVID-19 protocols
At the direction of NYS Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence K. Marks and the NYS Department of Health, all non-essential court functions are postponed until further notice. For more information, please click here:
Spectrum to Offer Free Service to Students
In light of the Coronavirus, Spectrum will be offering free broadband and WiFi access for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who do not already have a Spectrum subscription, in areas they currently have service. Installation fees will be waived for new student households. For more information please click here:
Notice of General Village Election *CHANGED*
A general election of the Village of Springville, New York, will be held on Wednesday March 18, 2020, at the Municipal Building, 65 Franklin Street, Springville, New York. Polls will be open from 12:00 Noon-9:00pm. The Village Election will now be held on April 28, 2020, information will be posted as it comes in.
To be elected is one (1) Village Justice for a four (4) year term-Kelly O'Neal Adams, and three (3) Trustees- two (2) for a four (4) year term and one (1) for a two (2) year term-Nils Wikman, Terry Skelton, Reed Braman and Devin Kowalske. Most votes determines the term length.
Mayor's 2020-2021 Tenative Budget Presentation
To view the Mayor's 2020-2021 Tenative Budget Power Point presentation, please click here:
Free Drop-Off Event- Electronics Recycling
Drop off and properly dispose of your electronics. Drop-off event will be held: Saturday, March 21, 2020, 9:00 am-noon or until capacity is reached, at WNYDDSO, 1200 East & West Road, West Seneca, NY 14224. For a full list of acceptable items, please go to Sunnking.com.
Start Planning For 2020 Household Hazardous Waste Collection *CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE*
Erie County Department of Environment and Planning encourages residents to sign up for e-mail notifications on collection events; first collections will be held on May 30th and June 27th. For more information please click here:
Winter Parking Ban
Notice, winter parking restrictions will be in effect from November 10, 2019- April 1, 2020. For more information on areas that are effected by the winter parking ban, please click here:
Non Garbage Items-The Best Place to Take Them
For places where to take different non garbage items and how they can be disposed of please click here:
Pay for your Utilitiy Bills, Taxes and Bulding Permits Online:
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Tax Credits Available Now for East Hill Historic District Residents and also now for the West End Historic District
East Hill Historic District and West End Historic District nominations have 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 or West End Historic District Application PDF Read More
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