Town Hall Office
18 Mile Creek
Lake Erie Beach Park
Roat Acres 2 new
evangola hike 2 new
evangola hike 1 new
Roat Acres 8 new
sunset 5 new
Roat Acres 5 new
dog 2 new
Marina New
Boy at beach new
Marina Sign new
Graycliff front new
Marina 5 new
Golf Course new
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dog 1 DNU
Roat Acres 7 new
Roat Acres 3 new
roat acres parade 1 DNU
Roat Acres 1 new
Roat Acres 9 new
Roat acres 10 new
Sunset 2 new
Sunset 4 new
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Sunset 3 new
Theater new
Roat Acres 11 new
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Roat Acres 6 new
Marina 3 new
Lake Erie Beach new

The Town of Evans is located in southern Erie County, New York, bordering on Lake Erie, Town of Hamburg, Town of Eden and Town of Brant, encompassing 42 square miles with major traffic routes of N.Y.S. Route 5 and Route 20, along with an exit for the New York State Thruway.

The Town of Evans encompasses the Village of Angola with a combined population of approximately 20,000 people.

Our approximate twelve miles of shoreline significantly increases our summer population as people flock to the beachfront to enjoy its rural beauty and public parks.

Supervisor Dash is pleased to announce the Town of Evans participation in the Hometown Hero's Recognition program. The Town has partnered with the VFW Ladies Auxiliary Post #5798 of Angola to honor our military by constructing a photo display, with a short biography of each hero represented, to grace the main hall of the Evans Town Hall Municipal Building.

The Hometown Hero's Recognition program was created to honor and remember Evans residents and their family members (spouse, child, grandchild, and/or sibling) who are currently serving or have previously served our country in the United States Armed Forces.

To participate in this program, please complete the attached form and return to the address provided. Hometown Heros Form 2014

The Town of Evans has received notification from Erie County for the following:

That portion of South Creek Road will be closed from Erie Road (NYS Route 5) to Southwestern Boulevard (NYS Route 20) beginning on Monday, October 13  (7:00 am to 4:00pm daily), 2014, for 2 to 3 days. The closure will be focused under the RR viaducts where they will try to resolve a drainage issue.  They will notify the Police Department if the closure needs to be in place overnight.

Patrick Baskerville
Senior Highway Maintenance Engineer
Erie County
649-4077.

 

 

 

 

 

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