WEATHER PERMITTING - The Village DPW will be applying a fog seal coating on various streets on Tuesday, August 8 beginning at 7:00 am (see attached flyer under "ready more").  DO NOT PARK ON THESE STREETS, AS YOU VEHICLE WILL BE TOWED AT YOUR OWN EXPENSE.  We will decide Tuesday morning if the weather will allow us to proceed.


Sesquicentennial weekend is coming up quick and there are plenty of activities for everyone!  The 150th Anniversary celebration kicks off on Wednesday, June 26th beginning at 6:30 p.m. in Memorial Park, with opening night of the "Decades Concert".  This special performance will feature music of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.  The second portion of the Decades Concert will follow on Friday, June 28th beginning at 5:00 p.m. in Memorial Park.  There will be food trucks and drink for purchase to accompany the music, dancing and celebration.  Other events include a community dinner on Saturday, June 29th and a family picnic with lots of activities and games at Glen Meadows Park on Sunday, June 30th.  There will be walking tours of the Village, a slow roll community bike ride June 27th, fitness in the park and shopping in the village featuring exclusive items for $18.74!  Click here for the Sesquicentennial website with details of ALL the events and activities, to sign up to attend, or to support the Sesquicentennial Committee's efforts.  The Community Gala and Family Picnic do require tickets, which are still available.


Large trash collection in the Village of Hamburg is June 17-21, 2024 (excluding Allie Lane, Jordy Circle, Jordy Court, Scooter Lane, Stelle Street and Sunset Court Apartments).  Have items at the curb by 7:00 am on your regular trash day.   Crews will stop by one time.  No appliances; nothing with freon.  Mattresses, mattress toppers and futon cushions must be bagged/wrapped in plastic.  Box springs do not have to be wrapped.  Bags available for purchase at Public Works - $6 cash or check.  We ask that items not be put out until the week of large trash.  For a detailed list of acceptable large trash items and/or fees, click on "read more."

Electronic, tire, propane tank, microwave drop off is the following Monday, June 24, 2024 at Public Works at 375 Pleasant Ave. from 7am to 3:00pm for Village property owners and residents only (must show id).  The Village of Hamburg no longer accepts latex paint for drop off.  Dried up paint may be disposed of at the curb (place on ground next to tote with lid off).  Sherwin Williams and Arthur's in Orchard Park are paint drop off sites.  Call either location for details.  


The Summer Concert Series in Memorial Park officially kicks off on Wednesday, June 19 with Tom Stahl and the Dangerfields.  We will also recognize and celebrate the Village's 150th birthday this year with a Sesquicentennial Decades Concert on Wednesday, June 26.  It will feature the music of the late 1800's and early 1900's, think patriotic tunes, showtunes, big band music, and swing.  Click here for additional information on this year's featured bands.  Special thanks to all of our sponsors for supporting this great summertime event.    


CONSTRUCTION UPDATE: The Village Community Hub (Municipal Parking Lot) project is still on track to be substantially complete before the end of June. Over the next 2-4 weeks work will include pouring concrete, installing new bench seating, and constructing a new pergola. Binder course and asphalt will be installed in the parking area as soon as possible. We are hopeful the parking area will open 1-2 weeks before the end of June. Some park and other project elements will be installed after the parking lot is open. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we make these improvements. We look forward to welcoming the public soon to the new Village Community Hub.


Beginning Monday, April 15, 2024 (weather permitting), leaves and yard waste (clippings, weeds, flowers, etc.) should preferably be placed on the ground  for spring collection (never in bags, not in your tote and not in the street) at the curb for collection by the leaf vacuum.  While we strive to pick up yard waste on your regular garbage day, this schedule cannot always be adhered to depending on volume.   Leave it at the curb - it will be picked up.   REMINDER - The Village does not pick up grass/grass clippings.  Larger branches/limbs are for brush pickup which always starts the last Monday of the month.  Later in the season we would request that yard waste be placed in containers (please check the website or call Public Works at 716-649-4953 for updates).


ReTree Hamburg is a volunteer group working with the Village of Hamburg to reestablish the beautiful tree canopy for which Hamburg was known.  You can leave a legacy of green for your children by purchasing a tree in tribute to a loved one, in celebration of a special event or just to beautify your neighborhood.  The goal is to plant 150 trees in the village streetscape in 2024 to celebrate the 150-year anniversary of the Village of Hamburg.  For more information about Re-Tree Hamburg and how you can support this effort, please click on read more below.


Please be advised that the Village portion of the main parking lot and Peace Park will be closed beginning the second week of March for the construction of the Village Community Hub project. The project will reconstruct the parking lot, add lighting, drainage, sidewalks and include park improvements and expansion. The project is scheduled to be substantially complete by the end of June.

Information Regarding Housing of Homeless Individuals and Families in the Village of Hamburg

Update:  Mayor Tallman will continue to keep residents updated regarding the matter of the homeless individuals and families housed at hotels in the village.  Please see the attached letter with regard to the children attending local schools.

The Erie County Department of Social Services (DSS) has informed the Village of Hamburg that they have entered into a private contract with the owner of the Super 8 and Quality Inn to book up to 120 rooms until the end of the year for the purpose of temporarily housing homeless individuals and families.  At no point was the Village of Hamburg consulted, made aware of, or approve of this arrangement.  The contract is between Erie County DSS and the private hotel operator.

The following statement from Mayor Tallman has been drafted in order to provide accurate, up-to-date information regarding this matter.  Click 'read more' below to see the Mayor's full statement. 
If you have additional questions with regard to the county program, please reach out to County Legislator John Gilmour or County Executive Mark Poloncarz’s office.  Their contact information is also attached.  You can also reach Mayor Tallman at 716-649-0200 ext. 3014 with your questions or concerns.  We appreciate your patience as we move through this process.  
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