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Village of Kenmore
2919 Delaware Avenue
Kenmore, NY 14217
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(716) 873-5700
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Happy 4th of July!

The Clerk/Treasurer, Building, Court and DPW will be closed on Tuesday 7/4. The Village Board meeting is also cancelled for July 4th. 

Trash/Recycle pick up will be delayed one day for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday collection days.  Friday's trash collection will be on Saturday.

This week is a Recycle Collection week.

Best wishes for a safe and happy holiday! 


Farmer's Market continues each Sunday through October on the Municipal Green - 9 AM to 1PM.


Thanks to all who participated in Kenmore Days - volunteers, sponsors and of course, all of our residents who make Kenmore such a special place!!

The Village Clerk/Treasurer's Office, Justice Court, Building Department and DPW will be closed Monday, February 20th,  for President's Day.

Trash (Garbage and Recycle) pickup will be delayed one day throughout the week (ie:  Monday trash and recycle will be picked up on Tuesday)

Also, please remember that your County/Town tax payment is due by Wednesday, February 15th.  Your bill can be paid in the Town Clerk's Office - Room 14 of the Kenmore Municipal Building.


Happy Memorial Day!

Week,  of May 25 - No Recycle - No trash collection on Monday 5/25 - Trash collection delayed 1 day the entire week.

DPW/Water/Building and Clerk/Treasurer Offices closed on Monday 5/25.

Memorial Day - 5/25/20 - Given COVID19 restrictions, the Memorial Day parade has been cancelled. 


To honor our Nation's military service men and women, area churches will be ringing bells at 9 AM.  Please take a minute to remember our military personnel, especially those who have given their lives in defense of our Country.


VILLAGE TAXES - Village tax bills will be sent out week of 5/25.  Bills are payable by July 1 without penalty.  Under an Intermunicipal Agreement, the Town of Tonawanda Clerk serves as Tax Collector for the School District, Town and Village taxes.  If your bank does not pay your taxes through an escrow account, you have 3 options to pay:

1.  On-line using the Town of Tonawanda payment option (note:  you will be charged a slight fee to utilize this service)

2.  Mailing your payment in the envelope that will come with your bill.

3.  Dropping your payment in the yellow envelope in the Drop Box located on the Delaware Road side of the Municipal Building.


All tax payments are due July 1. Payments received after that date will be assessed a penalty.




WARNING - NATIONAL GRID ADVISORY OF SCAM - We have been advised by National Grid that a very sophisticated phone scam is in play.  The call will actually read as coming from National Grid with the party requesting immediate payment or Electricity will be turned off.  DO NOT PROVIDE ANY INFORMATION. 

National Grid suspended collection-related activities, including disconnections, during COVID19.

If you have questions, hang up and call National Grid or the Kenmore Police (716 875-1234) to report the call.


US 2020 CENSUS - While you're home social distancing, please take a few minutes to complete your US Census Survey.  It's very important that all of our residents complete this form, as the information collected will determine a lot of our funding for the next 10 years!  The Census is available on line, and they've recently mailed hard copy as well.  Help our Village and New York State maintain federal funding!  The link to the 2020 Census:




While buildings are no longer open to the public, please know that essential services continue to be provided, including police, fire, trash and recycle collection.


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


Kenmore Municipal Building is CLOSED to the public.  This includes the Clerk/Treasurer's Office, Water Department and Building Department.


     Water Bills should be paid by mail or using the Drop Box located on the Delaware Road side of the building.


     Water Account Open/Close - please contact the department 873-5700.  During this time we will be taking initial intake information by phone or via email.  You will also need to provide a photo of your inside meter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  Please provide the name(s) of the owners, phone (landline and cell #s), email addresses for all owners, and a contact name and phone/cell # for an emergency contact.  During this time, fees will be added to your next water bill.


     Building Permits should be applied and paid for by mail only.  Please contact the building department to get forms mailed and fee information.


     Building Inspections will be scheduled and take place between 8 AM - 12 noon only


     Sump pump inspections for closings are on Emergency basis.  Applicants are encouraged to secure a Waiver in order to close.


Sr. Nutrition Program - CLOSED .  Meals on Wheels will provide home delivery of meals but you will need to call Meals on Wheels to make a reservation.

Kenmore Community Center - CLOSED.  All Community events taking place at the Center are closed

Kenmore Justice Court - CLOSED.  All court proceedings will be adjourned.


You are strongly encouraged to stay inside and minimize your exposure to others.  Avoid any unnecessary trips. Social Distancing is a must!!




For more information call the Erie County COVID-19 information line at 716-858-2929


Erie County COVID Hotline     858-2929

NYS Department of Health      888-364-3065

NYS Unemployment Hotline    888 209-8124

ConnecLife Blood Donations    529-4270

National Fuel                         800-365-3234

National Grid                         800 867-5222

Kenton Public School Meals     874-8400

Kenton Meals on Wheels         874-3595


Erie County Coronavirus Information Site


New York State Dept. of Health Coronavirus Information Site    



The U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) federal disaster loan program has been approved for all counties in NYS and is available for applications.  Low-interest loans for working capital are available to small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives, small aquaculture businesses and most private non-profit organizations suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout New York State.


Information on the program, how to apply, and a webinar can be found on ESD’s website located here:





IMPORTANT: NYS Department of Labor offering Saturday hours (7:30am – 8:00pm) for telephone filing of unemployment insurance claims. For more information go to  Towards the top you will see a link for “Unemployment Insurance”, click that on and you will see helpful information.



To minimize your 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.


If you show any signs of Coronavirus, you should TELEPHONE your doctor - do not go to the office.  STAY INSIDE & STAY AWAY FROM OTHER FAMILY MEMBERS.  Your doctor will advise you as to what else you should do.


KenTon School District is closed.  Arrangements are currently in place to provide meals to students 18 or younger.  Grab and Go meals will be provided at Holmes, Hoover and Franklin Elementary schools from 11 AM to 1 PM.  Questions:  call KTSD Food Service at 716/ 874-8400 ext. 20404



State of Emergency has been issued.  Mayor Mang has issued a State of Emergency Declaration.  This measure will allow the Mayor to implement any needed emergency measures.  


Things are rapidly evolving with respect to the virus.  The Village continues to coordinate with Erie County, the Town of Tonawanda and school officials and will advise of any updates.


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 any outages to your home at 1-800-867-5222.


KENMORE SAFE CAM - the Kenmore Police Department is introducing 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.



Upcoming Community Events : 

None at this time.


MEMORIAL DAY PARADE  has been cancelled.

DOG DAYS of KENMORE - cancelled


KENMORE DAYS - cancelled


NOTE:  The Village will not be accepting any requests for block party or other events at this time.  Any block party or community event approvals previously issued, are withdrawn at this time.



 CAPITAL PROJECTS 2020 - Investing in Kenmore!!


Wardman Street Reconstruction - between Myron and Colvin, this project includes new water, sewer, storm lines, new curbs and sidewalks and new street.  Estimated Cost: $2.5M.  In Progress.  Substantial Completion target date:  Substantial Completion. Remaining work will take place in the spring.


Sanitary Sewer Improvements - lining of sanitary trunk sewers and manhole rehabilitation to eliminate inflow and infiltration sources.  Estimated cost:  $1.7M.  On-going


Delaware Avenue Bump out.  NYS DOT has begun work on Delaware Avenue near Victoria installing a bump out.  This Right of Way bump out will allow pedestrians using the crosswalk to have greater visibility to traffic.  A pedestrian-activated signal will also be installed once the project is completed.  This project will help to improve safety to all those using the crosswalk.


Municipal Building stairs will be replaced beginning with the stairs located on the west side of the building (Delaware Avenue, by Victoria) in the Spring 2020. 


Recycle Collection Dates


April 26 - No Recycle


May 10 - No Recycle

May 17 - RECYCLE

May 24 - No Recycle


The New Recycle Calendar is available on line 

You can download and print the calendar at the following site (also found under "Public Works/Recycle Calendar" on this website:

Hard copies are available at the Clerk/Treasurer's office - Rm 17 of the Kenmore Municipal Building.



KENMORE POLICE WARNING - Please remember to lock you car!  There have been reported break-ins of unlocked cars.


 SNOW/ICE.  Please remember that snow cannot be shoveled into the street.  Property owners are responsible for keeping their sidewalk clear of ice and snow.  Please help keep fire hydrants clear of snow.  In an emergency, every second counts!


STAR INFO:  If you are 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 STAR application can be found at the link below:



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.


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.






All peddlers are required to obtain a permit from the Village to conduct door to door business.  You can ask to see this permit.  If a peddler cannot produce a permit, please contact the Clerk/Treasurer's Office (873-5700) or the Kenmore Police (875-1234) so that we can follow-up on this.


If you do not wish to have peddlers come to your home, simply post a sign on your door to that effect.

We recommend that you do not invite peddlers into your home, and that you do not give any personal information or cash to a peddler.

You can request that a peddler leave.


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


For more information on Peddlers, please check out the Kenmore Municipal Code, Chapter 16.



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.   


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.



















The Kenmore Volunteer Fire Department is holding its annual Chicken BBQ dinner on Sunday, February 19th.  Presale tickets are $9/meal.  Tickets purchased the day of the event are $10/meal.  Drive thru only.  Meals can be picked up between 11:30 - 5:30 at the Fire Hall - 16 Nash Road.

Pre-sale tickets may be purchased at the Fire Hall or in Room 3 of the Kenmore Municipal Building.

Help support our volunteer firefighters!


Village Offices (Clerk/Treasurer, Court, Building Department, Water Department) will be closed Friday April 14th.  There will be NO change to Trash/Garbage/Recycle collection schedule.

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