TOWN OF EVANS RESIDENTS

Be Advised that there is a Water Main Break located in the Derby Area
of Lake Shore Road and Wellington Drive.

Contact Erie County Water Authority with any concerns or questions at 
849-8444 during business hours of Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm
and 684-0900 for Emergencies after 5pm.

May 20, 2019 10:00am

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
New York State is looking for lifeguards to work at the locations listed below in Chautauqua and Cattaraugus Counties.

New York State Lifeguard Testing Locations - Hamburg High School, Legion Dr., Hamburg, NY - May 11, 2019
For more information click on the link above or contact Melissa Emhardt (716) 278-1761.

To work for New York State in the Allegany Region at the following locations:

Allegany Quaker Area
Allegany Red House Area
Lake Erie, Brocton
Long Point, Chautauqua Lake

ERIE COUNTY
DEPARTMENT OF MOTOR VEHICLES (DMV)

Business Hours for the
Erie County DMV Office at the Evans Town Hall


Monday           8am - 3:45pm

Tuesday          8am - 3:45pm
Wednesday     9am - 4:45pm
Thursday         8am - 3:45pm
Friday              8am - 3:45pm

ATTENTION:
Learner Permit and CDL Testing
ends one hour PRIOR to closing of this office.

Fax # (716)549-1764
Call Center (716)858-7450
Erie County DMV Webpage

Erie County Clerk Michael P. Kearns

The sport of fishing is one of the best ways to connect people of all ages to the outdoor world. Attending a fishing clinic can provide a great introduction to the sport and provide answers to the many questions you may have. Approved free sportfishing clinics waive the requirement of participants to possess a fishing license or enroll in the Recreational Marine Fishing Registry (during program hours only). All other applicable fishing regulations remain in effect during an event. Organizations or groups interested in conducting a free sportfishing clinic should fill out the Application to Conduct a Free Sportfishing Clinic (PDF) (278 KB) at least 30 days prior to the planned event.  Click below for the NYS guidelines that Events must be conducted by.

Conduct a FREE NYS Fishing Clinic

FREE Fishing Days in New York - 2019 

Check out the Senior Center's webpage by clicking below to check out the new activities,
dining menu, trips and schedule changes.

 Senior Center webpage

 

 

Belmont Satellite 2017

The Town of Evans and Belmont Housing Resources of WNY will partner to offer free housing and financial services to local residents on a monthly basis. A Belmont Housing Program Manager will be on hand at Evans Town Hall from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. to meet one-on-one with residents. To make a reservation to meet with a Belmont Housing Specialist, please call 884-7791

Belmont offers a range of services including: Financial Education; Homeowner Counseling; Renter Counseling; First Time Homebuyers Classes; Foreclosure Prevention; and Reverse Mortgage.

This initiative is part of the Town’s focus on reducing the number of at-risk properties in the community. The Town Board recently formed the Evans at Risk & Vacant Property Task Force, made up of Town officials and community stakeholders, to develop foreclosure and abandonment prevention strategies. “It is important to provide the tools to our residents that support successful homeownership,” said Supervisor Mary Hosler. “The financial education services that Belmont offers benefit seasoned homeowners as well as first-time homebuyers,” she said.

Belmont Housing Resources for WNY is a comprehensive HUD Approved Housing Counseling Agency. Belmont counsels individuals and group audiences on a diverse quantity and complexity Belmont’s counselors all have certifications through the NCHEC, and have adopted the National Industry Standards and Code of Ethics for Housing Counseling and Foreclosure Prevention Counseling.

 

Yellow Dot r

Forms are available from the Town Clerk's Office  --or--  NY Sheriffs Yellow Dot Program

 

Adopted October 5, 2016
RESOLUTION 2016 # 446 Recognize Erie County Yellow Dot Program

Councilman Feldmann moved and Supervisor Hosler seconded,

WHEREAS, the New York State Sheriff’s Association Yellow Dot Program was designed to help first responders provide life-saving medical attention during the “golden hour” after a crash or emergency event; and

WHEREAS, the Yellow Dot decal adhered to the driver’s side rear window of a vehicle will alert first responders that vital medical information for the driver and/or passenger is stored in the in the vehicle’s glove compartment; and

WHEREAS, the Yellow Dot Program can be also be utilized at a residence by placing the decal on an entry door(s) of a dwelling as to alert first responders that important medical information for one or more of the residents, within the dwelling, can be located in a clear plastic bag in the freezer compartment of the refrigerator; and

WHEREAS, Erie County Sheriff Timothy B. Howard and the sheriff’s office has staff and resources dedicated to raising the awareness of the Yellow Dot program in the towns, villages and communities throughout Erie County; and

WHEREAS, the sheriff’s office has encountered situations where a Yellow Dot decal has been helpful to first responders at the scene of an incident and contributed to the fast and proper triage of a victim.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, the Town of Evans does hereby recognize the live-saving potential of the Yellow Dot program; and be it further

RESOLVED, that this Honorable Body declares the Town of Evans as a Yellow Dot community and encourages all citizens to sign-up for and participate in the live-saving program Yellow Dot Program.

VOTE RESULT:                   ADOPTED BY ROLL CALL
                                               Councilman Feldmann - AYE
                                               Councilman Macko - AYE
                                               Supervisor Hosler – AYE

Due to the closing of Community Papers of WNY the Town Board at their meeting of July 27, 2016 and January 10, 2018 adopted resolutions designating the Dunkirk Observer as the Official Newspaper of the Town.

Click below for the link to the Observer's website for subscription information.   → Observer

Please contact the local Police at 911 or 549-3600
if you see a child or animal left in a parked car.

Keep Pets Cool

 

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