that the Boston Town Board, Erie County, New York, will Hold a Hearing at the Boston Town Hall, 8500 Boston State Road, Boston, New York, on Tuesday April 25, 2017 at 9:00 a.m., Eastern Prevailing Time, as a result of the investigation of the property at 7305 Omphalius Road, Colden, New York, made by the Boston Code Enforcement Office. Pursuant to Town Code Chapter 47 of the Town of Boston, Erie County, New York, the Town Board will determine whether the building located at the above address is unsafe and if so provide for the removal of said building or such other remedies as are set forth in the Boston Town Code Chapter 47, Dated April 5, 2017 BY ORDER OF THE TOWN BOARD

Published:  April 10, 2017

Easter Egg Hunt – Saturday, April 15 at 1 p.m. 

Join us for an Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday, April 15th at 1:00 Boston Town Park.  A great event for the whole family!  Be sure to get there early.  Thanks to the folks at Boston Democratic Social Club for sponsoring this wonderful event!

Chairman Mills announces that Springville Boston Road will be repaired

(Boston/Concord, NY) – The Erie County Legislature Chairman John Mills announces that funding has been allocated to repair more than nine miles of Springville Boston Road, considered one of the worst roadways in the entire county. Chairman Mills has long advocated for this repair and knows this work is going to greatly improve the quality of life for residents in that area.
“Springville Boston Road has received a lot of negative attention due to its extremely poor condition, and I want to thank each and every resident who called the administration asking for its immediate repair. I am now pleased to announce the work will be done. I understand the motorists’ frustration and hope this project can be expedited,” said Chairman Mills. “As I have stated, without a doubt, Springville Boston Road must be repaired this year. Residents deserve a safe and reliable road and I am happy we can finally deliver that to them.”
In addition to Springville Boston Road in Concord/Boston, road work slated for this year includes:
• Lake Street from Route 5 to Main Street in the Village of Angola
• Route 240 from Holland-Glenwood Road to Foote Road in Colden/Concord
• Old Lakeshore Road from Lakeview Road to North Creek Road
“I look forward to receiving specific details on the timelines for these projects so residents are aware and can plan accordingly. I also post road closures and detours on my Facebook page if residents would like to connect with me there,” added Chairman Mills. “I look forward to a productive and safe construction season. I strongly urge all residents to abide by all posted signage and to be mindful of crews. We have a lot of work to get done.”
For additional information, please contact Chairman Mills at 858-8850 or

Happy 200th Birthday, Boston!

April 5, 2017 marks the Bicentennial Anniversary of the Town of Boston!

To commemorate this historic day, we are going to bury a “Time Capsule” Vault with items pertaining to the Town of Boston and our current times to be unearthed in the year 2117.

Join us on Wednesday, April 5th at Boston Town Hall at 6pm for cake and coffee to celebrate our 200th Birthday!

Watch the video re-enactment of the reading of the act that created the Town of Boston.  Click here.


Please Note: Brush pick-up will take place from April 1 – May 1, 2017


Restocking of Eighteen-mile Creek

The NYS Department of Environmental Conservation Division of Fish, Wildlife and Marine Resources will be stocking eighteen Mile Creek.

Anyone interested in volunteering to assist in their effort, please meet behind the Boston Town Hall, in the rear parking lot on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at 12:30 P.M.

Take advantage of this great opportunity to get outside and enjoy the great outdoors, April 1st marks the opening day for trout fishing in New York.


Plans Underway for Town of Boston Bicentennial Parade

The Town’s annual Memorial Day parade will be bigger and better than ever this year, in celebration of the Town’s 200th anniversary.  The event will take place on Monday, May 29, 2017 at 1 p.m.  The application to participate in the parade is now available.  Just click here.


Town of Boston Summer 2017 Recreation Schedule Released

The Town’s schedule of summer recreation programs is now available.  It includes programs in Summer Skills (math and reading), Tennis, Swimming and Tae Kwon Do.  To see the full schedule and access the registration form, just click here.

You can also access the registration information/forms for the following programs:

Summer Day Camp

Latchkey Program


Town’s New Ice Rink Now Open!Town of Boston Ice Rink (2)

Though it’s hard believe that it took this long for Mother Nature to give us a blast of cold weather, we’re pleased to announce that as of Friday, February 3, at least one of the Town’s two new ice rinks (located behind the Boston Town Hall) is now open.  It’s available for free public skating daily from 9 a.m. ’til 9 p.m.


2017 Calendars

In recognition of the Town of Boston’s bicentennial, we are pleased to publish a 2017 calendar, featuring beautiful full color photographs of our town.  The calendars are currently being mailed to all Town of Boston residents at no charge. If you have not yet received your free copy, you should be getting it soon (likely during the week of January 9).  If for some reason you do not receive a copy, there are extras available for you at the Town Hall.


Announcement from the Supervisor
Upgrade to Enhanced License When Time to Renew
NYSDEC Burning Regulation
QiGong T’ai Chi Classes in Hamburg
Standard Work Day and Reporting Resolution for Elected and Appointed Officials
2014/2015 Fire Contracts
Town Board Meetings
Town of Boston Seeking Volunteers
CAC Seeking New Members
Audit: TOB Fire Co. Service Award Program
Erie County Auto Bureau Offices
NYS Comptroller’s Report of Financial Operations


Town Band Annual Christmas Concert
Boston Area Schools Continuing Education
HEAP Home Energy Assistance Program
Hunting Licenses Available at Town Clerk’s Office
UNYTS Blood Drive 2016 Dates
Lifeline Discount Telephone Service Program
Attention Homeowners: Insist on Identification
First Time Home Buyer Program
Food Pantry Locations
Emergency Utility Bill Assistance
Erie County Housing/Homeless Outreach
Affordable Housing & Zoning Techniques

Boston Government Meeting Schedule

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