2023 Supervisor's Budget Information
The 2023 Town of Amherst Supervisor's Operating and Special Districts Budgets are now available online. Please follow the link below to find the 2023 proposed budget documents.Click for website link
Posted on Sep 19, 2022 by the Comptroller's Office.
Proposed 2023 Budget Hearing of the Eggertsville Fire District
Please see the attached Notice of Public Hearing of the Proposed 2023 Budget of the Eggertsville Fire District.Click to view document
Posted on Oct 07, 2022 by the Town Clerk / Receiver of Taxes.
Town Offices Closed October 10
Town of Amherst offices will be closed on Monday, October 10.
Posted on Oct 07, 2022 by the Office of the Supervisor.
REMINDER - SCHOOL TAXES DUE OCT. 17
Amherst Town Clerk Francina J. Spoth is reminding Amherst residents that school taxes are due on or before Oct. 17 and has announced alternative methods for tax collection. See attached document for complete details.Click to view document
Posted on Oct 04, 2022 by the Town Clerk / Receiver of Taxes.
HOUSE FOR SALE AT 345 GROVER CLEVELAND HWY. TO A FIRST-TIME HOMEBUYER !
New Opportunities and the Town of Amherst are having a Open House on Saturday, October 15, 2022 at 345 Grover Cleveland Highway. Please see the attached flyer.Click to view document
Posted on Oct 04, 2022 by the Planning Department.
FALL NATURE PROGRAMS IN TOWN PARKS
Parks Nature Programming at Walton Woods, Amherst State Park and Nature View Park. To register, visit amherstyouthandrec.org. See attachment for dates and locations.Click to view document
Posted on Oct 03, 2022 by the Youth and Recreation Department.
FREE COVID-19 TEST KITS AVAILABLE
The Town of Amherst announces that free COVID-19 test kits are available while supplies last during business hours at Amherst Town Hall, second floor, at 5583 Main Street, Williamsville, NY 14221. See attached document for important information pertaining to the test’s printed expiration date.Click to view document
Posted on Sep 27, 2022 by the Emergency Services & Safety Department.
Preliminary 2023 Snyder Fire District Budget
Please click the document link below to view the Snyder Fire District's proposed 2023 budget.Click to view document
Posted on Sep 27, 2022 by the Town Clerk / Receiver of Taxes.
October Network - Senior Services
DIAMOND CELEBRATION Friday, October 21, 5:30 pm Please join us as we celebrate 60 years of the Amherst Center for Senior Services. See Network for details.Click to view document
Posted on Sep 19, 2022 by the Center for Senior Services.
Town of Amherst Trick-or-Treat Hours
Trick-or-treating hours will be from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Halloween, Monday, October 31, 2022 in the Town of Amherst. Be safe! Remember to carry a flashlight and be sure you can be seen (add glow sticks to your costume), use sidewalks where available, obey all traffic signals and trick-or-treat familiar neighborhoods.Click to view document
Posted on Sep 19, 2022 by the Office of the Supervisor.
Supervisor's September Message
“We Are Amherst” – three simple words that bring us together as a stronger community. That phrase became the title of the town’s mission to modernize the Town’s policing policies, procedures, and practices to better address the needs of its citizens and stakeholders, and to improve and promote public safety, community engagement and trust.Click to view document
Posted on Sep 16, 2022 by the Office of the Supervisor.
FREE HOMEBUYER EDUCATION WORKSHOPS
Belmont Housing Resources will be holding 2 free home buyer classes in Amherst Town Hall on October 19, 2022 & October 26, 2022. To register for these, please call 884-7791 ext. 131.
Posted on Sep 08, 2022 by the Planning Department.
Fall Program Registration
Amherst Youth & Recreation has many new fall programs now registering online. Visit the link below to browse the Fall Program Guide or amherstyouthandrec.org for a complete listing.Click for website link
Posted on Sep 08, 2022 by the Youth and Recreation Department.
Update - September 2022
The Treatment Plant staff and management are aware of the odor complaints coming in from the subdivisions west and south of the facility. In most instances (65%), the prevailing wind pattern is from southwest to northeast pushing any odors that emanate from the treatment plant away from your homes. However, during certain meteorological events (winds out of the north or east, low heavy overcast conditions with moisture laden air and calm winds) your subdivision may experience odors. In most cases, odor is generated when the facility dewaters the sludge prior to offsite disposal. That operation begins on Sunday, second shift and goes to first shift Friday, every week. Sludge boxes are filled onsite and staged in a newly constructed storage building prior to being trucked for disposal. In addition, odor can be generated by a sustained dry period, followed by wet weather conditions which wash settled septic sludge to the plant through the interceptor system. The facility has installed and maintains several systems to treat odors from the odor generating sources. Additionally, the facility is looking to improve its odor control systems and will be starting a study within a month or so to determine the effectiveness of the systems. Also, we will be reviewing the sanitary sewer system in your neighborhood to make sure that the odors are not emanating from the manholes within the subdivision.
Posted on Sep 01, 2022 by the Engineering Department.
Let's Do Lunch
The Amherst Arts and Culture in Public Places Board presents "Let's Do Lunch". Explore the arts, history and culture of the area while enjoying a fine lunch with friends.Click to view document
Posted on Aug 05, 2022 by the Arts and Culture in Public Places Board.
FREE HOUSING COUNSELING AT TOWN HALL
Every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month the Buffalo Urban League will be available at Amherst Town Hall for free financial/housing counseling. Please call 250-2400 to make an appointment.