December 2020

Dear Customer:       

With winter and the holiday season fast approaching along with Erie County’s recent Orange Zone designation, the Erie County Water Authority (ECWA) wanted to inform our customers of the latest news surrounding the ever-evolving COVID-19 pandemic.

ECWA is continuing its suspension of meter change-outs and water shutoffs. ECWA crews will only visit customer’s homes in the event of an emergency. Customers are also not permitted to visit our offices at Ellicott Square in downtown Buffalo. These policy changes will remain in effect until further notice and will follow regulations set by the Governor.

ECWA remains steadfast in proactively implementing measures to protect the health and safety of our employees and customers. We continue to work closely with our county and state health departments and municipal partners as well operate under guidelines issued from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

As we continue to navigate through this evolving crisis, please make sure you’re up to date with all the latest ECWA news and information. There are several steps you can take to remain informed, including:

  • Enroll in an online account at my.ecwa.org/ where you can manage your bill pay, meter readings, and more.
  • Ensure that your contact information, including email and phone number, is up to date.
  • Sign up for our email and/or text alerts.
  • Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
  • Visit our website ecwa.org for real-time updates and to view the livestream of our bi-weekly board meetings.

We will continue to keep you well informed of any further developments. Please do your best to keep you and your family safe and healthy and should you have any questions or need further information, call our customer service department weekdays from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. at (716) 849-8444. Should a water emergency occur on a weekday after 5 p.m. or on the weekend, please call (716) 684-0900.

Sincerely,

Erie County Water Authority
716.849-8444
Erie County Water Authority's website

 Bear Garbage Can

Bear Remove Bird Feeders Secure Garbage

Check out New York State Department of Environment & Conservation's webpage:   Click Below on the Link
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DMV 2020 Suspended Flyer rotated 

Click here for ⇒ Erie County DMV - How to Make an Appointment

The Night Deposit Box located
at the Evans Town Hall
is CLOSED FOR DMV PURPOSES.

Night Deposit Boxes for DMV are located at:
West Seneca Auto Bureau, Southgate Plaza
Rath Building, Lobby, 95 Franklin St., Buffalo
Urbandale Plaza, 2122 George Urban Blvd., Depew
Sheridan Plaza, 2309 Eggert Road (corner of Sheridan), Tonawanda

716.858-7450  Erie County DMV

THE EVANS TOWN HALL IS OPEN.
FACE COVERINGS MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES INSIDE THE TOWN HALL.
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The Erie County DMV @ the Evans Town Hall
is CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.


Please DO NOT CALL the Evans Town Hall for DMV questions as there is nobody that can answer any DMV questions.
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Click below to make an appointment at one of the 4-DMV offices that are open:
erie.gov/clerk/autobureau
4 Locations Open to choose from
Southgate Plaza, corner of Seneca St. & Union Rd., West Seneca
Rath Building, 170 Pearl Street, Buffalo
Urbandale Plaza, 2122 George Urban Blvd., Depew
Sheridan Plaza, 2309 Eggert Road (corner of Sheridan), Tonawanda
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ERIE COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES (DMV) OFFICE
LOCATED INSIDE THE EVANS TOWN HALL IS
CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
Erie County County Clerk - DMV webpage
Phone:  858-7450 Reservation Hotline for Erie County DMV

RENEW LOCAL - Click here for further information on how to renew locally -
in Erie County at 1 of the 4 locations that are open: 
1.)Southgate Plaza,West Seneca
2.)Rath Building, Buffalo
3.)Urbandale Plaza, Depew or
4.)Sheridan Plaza, Tonawanda.

APPOINTMENTS are REQUIRED
CALL 858-7450

Erie County Water Authority Customer Alert

Dear Customer:

As the COVID-19 crisis continues to develop and impact our community, ECWA remains steadfast proactively implementing measures to protect the health and safety of our employees and customers. We are working closely with our county and state health departments and municipal partners and continue to reinforce guidelines issued from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.

ECWA Operations

ECWA has performed the necessary measures to assure you continue to receive safe, high quality drinking water and dependable service delivery.

ECWA has the necessary staff and infrastructure in place to perform our normal operations of 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help keep our customers and their families safe and healthy.

Following guidance from the EPA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, your tap water continues to remain completely safe for drinking and handwashing amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The World Health Organization has reaffirmed that the “presence of the COVID-19 virus has NOT been detected in drinking water supplies and based on current science the risk to public drinking water supplies is very low.” 

We wanted to take our preparedness a step further, so we recently formed a partnership with Buffalo Medical Group. Through this partnership, they will provide ECWA employees telemedicine services regarding COVID-19 symptoms and concerns, as well as onsite facility assessments to ensure proper safety measures are being taken to combat the spread of COVID-19. Buffalo Medical Group has visited each of our facilities and subsequently provided ECWA detailed recommendations on new health and safety regulations.

ECWA Customer Service

As a reminder, ECWA has cancelled all non-essential appointments that require customer contact or in-home visits through April 30th, at which time we will reevaluate conditions related COVID-19. In order to reduce the need for ECWA employees to enter a customer’s home, our meter change out program has also been suspended until further notice. If customers have a previously scheduled appointment, and have not already been contacted, please call ECWA’s Customer Service Department at

(716) 849.8444 to cancel the appointment, which will be rescheduled at a later date. 

ECWA will NOT be shutting off customers’ water service for non-payment during this time and until further notice. ECWA is continuing to identify those accounts that have been shut off and is proactively contacting customers to schedule an appointment to have their service turned back on. Customers can also call ECWA’s Customer Service Department at (716) 849.8444 to schedule an appointment.

If customers have a water service emergency between the hours of 8:00a.m.-5:00p.m, please call the ECWA Customer Service Department at (716) 849.8444. Any emergency after hours should be made to ECWA’s Dispatch Center at (716) 684.0900.

Stay in Contact with ECWA

As we continue to navigate through this crisis, make sure you’re up-to-date with all the latest ECWA news and information. There are several steps you can take, including:

  •         * Enroll in an online account at my.ecwa.org/ where you can manage your bill pay, meter readings, and more.
  •         * Ensure that your contact information including email and phone number are up-to-date.
  •         * Sign up for our email and/or text alerts.
  •         * Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
  •         * Visit our website ecwa.org for real-time updates and to view the livestream of our board meetings.

ECWA Employee Impersonators

Unfortunately, the COVID-19 crisis has resulted in an increase in scams or individuals posing as employees of various utilities serving our community. The ECWA will NOT be sending any employees to homes without a previously scheduled appointment. If you do not have a scheduled visit and someone comes to your door posing as an ECWA employee, please alert local authorities by calling 911.

If you receive a phone call from someone claiming to be from the ECWA and you aren't sure it’s actually a call from us, call our Customer Service department at

(716) 849.8444 to verify the information you were given. We will be able to tell you if it was a hoax.

We will continue to keep you well informed of any further developments. Please do your best to keep you and your family safe and healthy and should have any questions or need further information, please call our Customer Service Department at (716) 849.8444. We will get through this together.

Sincerely,
Erie County Water Authority

About the ECWA:

The Erie County Water Authority is an independent, public water utility that provides safe, clean drinking water to more than 550,000 consumers in 35 municipalities throughout Western New York that rely on its product and reliable service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Visit ecwa.org for more information.

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The Town Board at their meeting of Jaunuary  8, 2020 adopted a resolution designating the Dunkirk Observer as the Official Newspaper of the Town.

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Medication Drop Off

Location:  Evans Town Hall, Lobby of the Town Clerk & DMV
Hours:  Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 8am - 4pm
            Wednesday 9am - 5pm


There are 2 bins located in the lobby where the office of the Town Clerk is located.
The bin on LEFT accepts Medications/Syrups/Creams/Over the Counter items - No Sharps.
The bin on the RIGHT accepts ALL SHARPS - No Medications.


SHARPS/NEEDLES ARE ACCEPTED - They must be in a container no larger than a 2 liter pop bottle or use the containers that are provided for free on the top of the bin.  

MEDICATIONS/SYRUPS/CREAMS/OVER THE COUNTER - Leave these items in their prescription container

Each bin is clearly labeled as to whether it is for sharps or medications.
It is mandatory that your medication is dropped off into the correct bin.

It is not necessary to remove the prescription label.

NYS Department of Conservation - Safe Medication Disposal for Households

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Cornell Cooperative Extension - Erie County's website
Contact Sharon Bachman at Cornell Cooperative Exentionsion for Erie County

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WNY Partnerships for Regional Invasive Species Management website
Paul Fuhrmann 684-8060
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Erie County's Website - Emerald Ash Borer
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