Welcome to Springville

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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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ATTENTION RESIDENTS!

VILLAGE OF SPRINGVILLE

FALL LEAF, LIMB AND BRUSH

COLLECTION SCHEDULE AND REQUIREMENTS

The Village of Springville fall pick up is as follows:

1. After October 1st and until snow flies leaves should be raked to the street between sidewalk and curb/pavement edge (not in street or on sidewalk).

PLEASE NOTE: LEAVES IN PLASTIC BAGS WILL NOT BE PICKED UP BY THE DPW.

2. Limbs and brush are to be placed parallel to the curb, as close to the street as possible (between the sidewalk and curb or pavement edge) to allow for pick up without lawn damage. Limbs and brush should be separated from the leaf piles.

Thank you for your continued cooperation.

Liz C. Melock, Village Administrator

NOTICE

PUBLIC HEARING FOR PROPOSED LOCAL LAW #6-2022 ON DECEMBER 19, 2022

December 19, 2022, there will be a Public Hearing at the Village Board of Trustees meeting for proposed Local Law #6-2022. This Local Law would be establishing a local government Code Enforcement Program. To view this Local Law proposition, please click here:

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 prohibits the Village of Springville from removing, plowing, and/or otherwise treating snow and ice within the street. For purposes of this section, the definition of street is provided in Section 150-13 of the 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 of 24 hours in any one spot on any street, alley, or 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

NYS Program (LIHWAP) Low Income Help with Water-Sewer Payments to Village of Springville.  

New Resource:Low Income Household Water Assistance Program (LIHWAP).  It is a temporary emergency program, a grant which does not have to be repaid, to help low income families (renters or property owners) pay overdue water bills. LIHWAP crisis grants may be available for those with an emergency situation in jeopardy of losing water service. One crisis grant for drinking water service and one crisis grant for wastewater service, up to $2,500 each may be available. A crisis is past due water bills, terminations, or danger of having services terminated within next 60 days. There are income guidelines based upon household size. A contact listing is at: LIHWAP Map State and Territory Contact Listing | The Administration for Children and Families (hhs.gov) https://otda.ny.gov/programs/water-assistance/

In writing:
Print and mail or fax the LIHWAP Application to:

NYS LIHWAP
PO Box 1789
Albany, NY 12201

Fax: (518) 486-1259

The Village has enrolled in NYS's LIHWAP.  See flyer to apply and review their checklist.  Program is for homeowner's only at this point.

 

CAPITAL PROJECT UPDATES

Waste Water Treatment Plant Upgrades and Improvements are still progress and our on schedule for completion in summer of 2023.

This institution is an equal oppurtunity provider and employer. If you wish to file a Civil Rights program complaint of discrimination, complete thr USDA program Discrimination Complaint Form, found online at http://www.ascr.usda.gov/complaint_filing_cust.html, or at any USDA office, or call (866)632-9992 to request the form. You may also write a letter containing all of the information requested in the form. Send in your completed complaint form or letter to us by mail at U.S. Department og Agriculture, Director, Office of Adjudication, 1400 IndependenceAvenue, S.W., Washington, D.C. 20250-9410,by fax (202)690-7442 or email at [email protected].

EMPLOYMENT

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HISTORIC PRESERVATION

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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