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Village of Kenmore
2919 Delaware Avenue
Kenmore, NY 14217
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(716) 873-5700
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(716) 873-0004

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Sex offender information is managed through the Erie County Sheriffs Office using a system called OffenderWatch® which is then entered and available for distribution to the community. This site includes only the offenders that are managed by the Erie County Sheriff's Office and cooperating agencies, including the Kenmore Police Department.

 

The following link will take you directly to the Offender search screen. Here, you can search by area, name, city, and even non-compliant offenders.

 

OffenderWatch Sex Offender Notification Tool

 

OffenderWatch App

Using the free OffenderWatch App, parents can locate registered sex offenders nearby, track the location of their children, get email alerts, and contact the Sheriff’s office. For better online safety, parents may choose to add monitoring of their child’s phone. Parents will be alerted should a sex offender contact their child or if the child lingers near an offender’s home. 

Download for Android

Download for Apple

 

Sex offenders are identified by Risk Level:

 

Level 1 (low risk of repeat offense)

Level 2 (moderate risk of repeat offense)

Level 3 (high risk of repeat offense – threat to public safety exists)

  

Week of 3/4/24 - BLUE WEEK  

 

The New Recycle Calendar has been hand-delivered to every property.   You can also find the recycle calendar here:

Recycle Calendar (villageofkenmore.org)

 

4/8/24 - Senior Nutrition Program is cancelled.

 

HIGH WINDS - In the event of high winds you are asked not to put out trash and recycle totes.  If you need to place out your totes, please do so as late as possible (no later than 7 AM on your collection day) and return the totes from the curb as soon as possible.

NATIONAL GRID OUTAGES - Please report home outages at 1-800-867-5222 

Customers can also receive personalized alerts by text, email or phone from National Grid phone when an outage is detected at their property by enrolling in the company’s outage alert option. To register, text REG to 64743, enter your National Grid electricity account number and select your preferred method(s) of notification. Customers also can text OUT to 64743 to report an outage.

 

The Kenmore Police Department has moved to 135 Wilber Avenue (Kenmore Community Center)

The KPD will be located at the KCC until work is completed on the Kenmore Police Department Expansion Project.

 

2024 Community Events - THANK YOU to all of our Sponsors!

 

4/8/24 - Big Solar Eclipse Viewing - Mang Park

6/1/24 - Gigantic Garage Sale, sponsored by the KVIS

6/28/24 - KBA Concert on the Green - Village Green

6/14 - 6/16 - KENMORE DAYS, Mang Park 

6/16 - Farmers Market Opening - Village Green 9 AM - 1 PM

7/9 - 7/30 - KVIS Children's Concert Series, Kenmore Jr Sr High (formerly KMS) Tuesdays ONLY.

8/9/24 - KBA Concert on the Green - Village Green

8/11/24 - Cruise Into Kenmore Super Cruise - Delaware Avenue, sponsored by Buffalo Motorama

9/21/24 - Kentoberfest  - Village Green, sponsored by the Kenmore Rotary

12/5/24 - Stop Sip and Shop, Delaware Avenue, sponsored by the KBA

12/6/24 - Holiday Event Santa is Coming to the Village - 6 - 8 PM - Village Green

 

2/18/24 Volunteer Fire Department Chicken BBQ 11:30 AM - 5:30 PM.  16 Nash Road

 

 

Free Home Covid Test kits are available.  Sign up to get yours here: COVID Home Tests | USPS 

 

The New Recycle Calendar has been hand-delivered to every property.   You can also find the recycle calendar here:

Recycle Calendar (villageofkenmore.org)

 

WINTER PARKING BAN HAS BEEN LIFTED beginning 2/21/24.  Please note that, in the event of bad weather, the Village may place the parking ban back into effect.

 

If there is a heavy snow, regardless of the time of day, please get your car off of the street so that the plows can get the streets cleared as quickly as possible!  Thanks for your cooperation.

 

 

Home power outages should be reported to National Grid at 1-800-867-5222.

Street light outages should be reported to the DPW, NOT National Grid.  716 875-0527

 

SEEKING YOUR HELP IN THE EVENT OF BAD WEATHER.

High winds:  Please bring totes in as soon as possible and please pick up any debris that might have fallen out if your tote tipped over.

National Grid power outage information.  Customers can report outages by contacting National Grid at 1-800-867-5222.

 

Yard Cleaning - Just a reminder that yard debris can be placed in a box or open container or in CLEAR plastic trash bags. 

 

We cannot accept electronic waste (E-waste) - computers, printers, TVs, etc.  All other trash should go in your black tote with the lid down.

 

BUILDING DEPARTMENT PERMITS AVAILABLE ON-LINE.  Please go to Building Department/Permits & Waivers and you can download the permit you need.  This includes Snow Plow Permits, electric and plumbing permits are all online.  Completed applications can be placed, with required fees, in the Drop Box located on the Delaware Road side of the Building.  Be sure to mark your envelope "Village of Kenmore Building Department" 

 

KENMORE SENIOR NUTRITION PROGRAM: Call (716) 873-7500 to make reservations for meal or van service.  Meals are served 12 noon - 1 PM. M-F at the Kenmore Community Center.  Meals are available to seniors for a good will donation of $3/meal.  Van service is provided for Kenmore residents for $1 round trip donation.  Advance registration is required.  Exercise classes are available Tuesdays and Fridays at 11.

 

SUPPORT OUR LOCAL BUSINESSES.  Our businesses are key to Kenmore's Walkable Community.  They pay taxes, too.  Please give them your support.  Take out or eat in at one of our restaurants or eateries.  Make a purchase at one of our shops.  Every dollar spent in Kenmore helps our businesses. 

 

PAY YOUR WATER BILL ON-LINE. 

Click here to pay your water bill online!

Please note that a service charge will be added to your water bill, if you use the on-line payment option. Service charges are collected by the web service provider, not the Village of Kenmore.

 

WATER APPLICATION

Download Water Application (PDF)

 

RECYCLE SCHEDULE & GUIDELINES:

Information is found here:  Recycling Information (villageofkenmore.org)

 

New Calendar is found here: Recycle Calendar (villageofkenmore.org)

   

Kenmore Municipal Building is OPEN - 8 AM - 4:00 PM, M-F.  This includes the Clerk/Treasurer's Office, Water Department and Building Department.  

Entry is through the main stairs (facing the Municipal Green) ONLY.

All visitors MUST sign in with the Security Guard.

For your convenience:

 

Use the Drop Box located on the Delaware Road side of the Building to submit forms or make water payments.  NOTE:  Do not send cash.  All payments MUST be in a sealed envelope, clearly marked for the Village of Kenmore

Mail payments if you're unable to use the Drop Box. 

Check the website or call the Clerk's Office (716) 873-5700 for information.

 

RECYCLE SCHEDULE & GUIDELINES:

Information is found here:  Recycling Information (villageofkenmore.org)

New Calendar is found here: Recycle Calendar (villageofkenmore.org)

  

 

Week of 3/4/24 - BLUE WEEK  

Week of 3/11/24 - YELLOW WEEK

Week of 3/18/24 - BLUE WEEK  

Week of 3/25/24 - YELLOW WEEK

 

WATER ACCOUNT INFORMATION TO CLOSE OR OPEN AN ACCOUNT:

 

SELLING?  Please contact the Water Department as soon as you have a closing date to schedule your final water meter read.  (716) 873-5700 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Accounts will remain open (and bills mailed to you) until you formally close out your account, which will include final meter read.  We will be reading the interior meter, so we will need access to the home.

 

PURCHASING?  Please complete the application below and email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. along with your closing date.  The water department will call you to schedule an interior read of your meter, if needed.

 

Download Water Application (PDF)

 

Pay your water bill on-line.  Please note that a service charge will be added to your water bill, if you use the on-line payment option

Click here to pay your water bill online!

If your payment is declined, please contact your bank’s client support. 

The number is on the back of your card.  That team will have access to the transactions and be able to diagnose the issue. 

 

STAR INFO:  If you're a new homeowner, please remember to go online and apply for STAR as soon as possible.  STAR provides SCHOOL TAX relief to NYS residents.  The application can be found at the link below:

https://tax.ny.gov/pit/property/star/default.htm

 

POLICE INFO

WARNING:  Keep cars locked. There have been reported break-ins of unlocked cars.

WARNING:  Phone scam alerts

Do not give out any information from any caller from National Grid.  Village residents have been receiving calls from persons stating that they are from National Grid, and that without an immediate payment, the utility will be turned off.  DO NOT GIVE ANY INFORMATION.  Utility Companies cannot turn off electric or gas service without prior written notification.

 

Do not reply to any phone call/voicemail requesting information from the CITY of Kenmore.  There is a scam where the caller says they are calling to get permission to release information on file with the CITY of Kenmore (not the Village).  The voicemail requests a call-back to an 855 exchange and even gives a reference number.  The Village of Kenmore would not make such a call.  We also do not have a toll-free number.  Please contact the Kenmore Police Department if you should receive a call requesting personal information over the phone (716/875-1234)

 

NEVER provide personal information over the phone, especially social security number, credit card number or bank account information.   

 

KENMORE SAFE CAM - the Kenmore Police Department is asking you to register for Safe Cam which allows all Kenmore residents and businesses to register your outside security cameras which may help deter crime and assist the KPD in crime prevention strategies.

To Register, click on Police Department/Safe Cam/Registration.  There is no cost and all information will be kept confidential.  You can cancel your registration at any time. 

More information about Safe Cam, including the registration info, can be found on this website under Police/SafeCam

The KPD will only contact you if there is a criminal incident in the vicinity of your security cameras.  Your video may help in criminal investigations.

 

Peddler Permits - Contact the Building Department for the permit application.

If a Peddler should stop by, please do not let him/her in and do not give any money or credit card information. You can ask to see the Village-issued permit.  If they cannot produce the permit, call the Kenmore Police

Any problems, please contact the Kenmore Police Department, as soon as possible - 716 875-1234.

 

OTHER INFO LINES:

Erie County COVID-19 Info Line   716 858-2929 

Erie County Board of Elections      716 858-8891

NYS Department of Health           888 364-3065

NYS Unemployment Hotline         888 209-8124

ConnecLife Blood Donations         716 529-4270

National Fuel                              800 365-3234

National Grid                              800 867-5222

KenTon Schools                          716 874-8400

KenTon Meals on Wheels             716 874-3595

  

DEC News - as part of our Consent Order with the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), we will be Smoke Testing on some properties.  This is being done to help identify possible problems with connections to our sewer system which result in clean water going into the sewer lines.  This can contribute to overflows and can also result in added costs to wastewater treatment.  No smoke testing will take place without your consent.  Work is being performed by CoreVIS, an outside contractor who specializes in this type of work.  You will receive notification and more information from CoreVIS if your property is identified as needing smoke testing. 

 

Please take a moment to look over the Sewer and Storm Water Info section for more information about the Village infrastructure and to learn how you can help.

https://www.villageofkenmore.org/index.php/sewer-storm-water-info

 

HIGH WINDS - In the event of high winds you are asked not to put out trash and recycle totes.  If you need to place out your totes, please do so as late as possible (no later than 7 AM on your collection day) and return the totes from the curb as soon as possible.

NATIONAL GRID requests that you report  home outages at 1-800-867-5222

Customers can also receive personalized alerts by text, email or phone from National Grid phone when an outage is detected at their property by enrolling in the company’s outage alert option. To register, text REG to 64743, enter your National Grid electricity account number and select your preferred method(s) of notification. Customers also can text OUT to 64743 to report an outage.

 

Elmwood Avenue Road Project (tentative 2025).  The plans call for 2 travel lanes, a center left turn lane and two (2) 5 foot wide bike lanes. This is a County Project.  Any questions should be directed the Erie County Highway Department.

Here is a direct link to the ad:

https://www3.erie.gov/dpw/sites/www3.erie.gov.dpw/files/2023-03/pim_ad.pdf

Here is a link to the DPW twitter post for sharing:

https://twitter.com/ErieCountyDPW/status/1634267957223124992?s=20

 

2024 CAPITAL PROJECTS

Police Department Renovation/Expansion Project - Bid opening is 3/5/24.

Elmwood Sewer Lining - Bid Awarded.

 

2023 CAPITAL PROJECTS - Investing in Kenmore!

Water Tower Demolition - Completed

Police Department Renovation/Expansion Project - Enabling Phase has begun.

Somerton Water Main Replacement Project - Completed

CDBG Pedestrian Accessibility Improvement Project - Completed

Street Milling & Paving - Completed

·              Washington from Elmwood to Military

·              McKinley from Colvin to Irving

·              N. End from Delaware Ave to Elmwood

·              Stillwell from Colvin to Irving

·              Crosby from Delaware Rd to Myron

     Myron from Nassau to McKinley

 

2022 CAPITAL PROJECTS 

LED Streetlighting Replacement Project - Completed

Capital Improvements to the Kenmore Police Department - Engineering

Water Main Replacement on Somerton - Bid Awarded.  Work in progress - work will be completed in the Spring

Curb Ramp Replacements on Delaware Rd & Colvin - Completed

Water Tower Take DownBid Awarded.  Completed.

 

2021 CAPITAL PROJECTS 

Sewer Lining Projects - On-going

LED Streetlight Conversion Project - Engineering

Juvenile Aid Renovation Project - Completed

Kenmore Community Center - Phase II - Completed

Water Main replacement project - Kenmore Community Center - Engineering

 

2020 Capital Projects

Euclid & Warren Street Milling/Pavement - Completed.

Wardman Street Reconstruction - Completed 

Sanitary Sewer Improvements - On-going. 

Delaware Avenue Bump out - Completed

Municipal Building stairs will be replaced - Completed. 

 

WINTER PARKING BAN - 11/15 - 3/15.  No parking on Village Streets 2 AM - 6 AM unless otherwise directed.  You should always assume the ban is in place, despite the weather, unless you receive specific updates from the Village to the contrary.  Updates will be posted on the KPD Face Book page and on this website under the "Announcement Banner" at the top of the page in red.  The Ban is not weather-based.   

 

WINTER REMINDERS: 

 

1.  Keep cars off the street during any snow event, regardless of the time of day, so the streets can be plowed.  

2.  Keep fire hydrants located near your home clear of snow.  During an emergency, every second counts!

3.  Don't plow or shovel snow into the street.  This can result in a fine.

4.  Keep sidewalks clear of ice and snow.

5.  Help neighbors who are unable to shovel.

 

  

HELP THOSE IN NEED:

KenTon Meals on Wheels

Meals on Wheels) provides meals for the KenTon community, including our Community Center Senior Nutrition Program and those seniors who are homebound.  

Home - KenTon Meals on Wheels

 

FeedMore WNY

FeedMoreWNY (which previously operated as the Food Bank of WNY and Meals on Wheels) is actively involved in collecting and distributing food donations for the Western New York community.  Please help provide meals for the holiday to those in need.

 https://www.feedmorewny.org/

  

KenTon Closet

The KenTonCloset provides clothing, school supplies, toiletries and other materials at no cost to the needy in our community.  It also helps those in need following a fire or flood, or those fostering.

Ken-Ton Closet Tonawanda, NY (kentoncloset.org) 

 

BuffaloTogether Community Response Fund:

·     The United Way of Buffalo & Erie County and the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo have initiated this fund to address needs in the community beyond those directly affected and to provide relief and restoration to the Jefferson Avenue community.

 

·     https://www.buffalotogetherfund.org/together/

 

Block Party Requests - Requests must be made at least 1 month before the date requested.

Please know that any approvals will be conditioned on then-in-effect rules, regulations, and restrictions and can be withdrawn. 

 

 

Submit your requests to the Village of Kenmore by mail or email:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

 

RATS/RODENTS

If you see a rat on your property, immediately contact ERIE COUNTY VECTOR CONTROL at 716/961-6800.  Only the County can bait your property.  Please note that they cannot bait inside your home or garage, so if you see a rat inside a structure, you will need to hire a pest-control company to bait these spaces.  The Village cannot bait properties.  You can help:

 

  1. KEEP THE LID CLOSED!  This simple step will eliminate access to your garbage (a primary rodent food source).

  2. PICK UP AFTER YOUR PET.  Pick up any animal waste in your yard. This is also a food source for rats.

  3. RAISE WOOD PILES OFF OF THE GROUND.  Rats like to live in wood piles.

  4. SKIP THE BIRDSEED!  Bird seed (and bread) spills over onto the ground attracting rats. Please note that under Erie County and Village law, bird feeders can only be used which are designed to prevent seed from dropping out of the feeder.

  5. CUT DOWN WEEDS.  Overgrowth of weeds is a prime harbor for rats. Please cut down weeds located on your property. Typical problem areas include that space behind your garage and around/between fences.

  6. DON'T ALLOW WATER TO POOL/COLLECT.  especially during dry spells. Rats are looking for water sources and a puddle area on your driveway or patio will attract them. Do not leave out water for your pets or for birds as this will attract rats, too.

  7. LET US KNOW IF YOU SEE A RAT– Or if you observe your neighbors violating any of the above steps. While the Village cannot bait, we may be able to help identify the source location of the rats and will send out literature to advise your neighbors to the problem and to remind them of steps needing to be taken to get rid of the problem.

  8. DON'T LEAVE FOOD or WATER OUTSIDE FOR CATS or DOGS - Leaving food/water outside for animals is an invitation to rats!  It's also illegal to ground feed animals.

  

HIGH TEMPS - Things you can do to help:

 

Stay Hydrated - drink lots of water

Don't leave children and pets in your car

Help avoid brown outs - turn off/down your air conditioning while you're out of the house to conserve energy.  Report outages to National Grid at 1-800-867-5222.

Check in on your neighbors, especially those without air conditioning.

  

CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION

 

COVID19 and FLU remain a real threat, especially to high-risk individuals.  Please follow social distancing rules and guidelines to protect yourself and others from Coronavirus and flu. 

 

To minimize COVID & FLU exposure, you should:

 

*Wash Hands with antibacterial soap for a minimum of 20 seconds

*Cover your mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze - and then throw the tissue in the trash

*Do not touch your eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands

*Avoid close contact with people who are sick

*Stay home if you have any cold or flu-like symptoms

*Clean and disinfect any surface or object this is frequently touched such as tables, countertops, light switches, doorknobs, cabinet handles

*Social Distancing is a must - keep 6 feet minimum distance between you and anyone else.

 

 

TRASH UPDATE- For the safety of Village DPW employees, please be sure that your trash is contained in plastic bags before placing in your tote.  Loose items pose added risk of virus exposure to our crews. 

 

 

 

 

 

           

 

 

                  

 

 

 

 

 

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