Contact Information:
Eden Town Hall
2795 East Church Street
Eden, New York 14057

(716) 992-3408
(716) 992-4131 (Fax)

Town Supervisor:

Melissa M. Hartman

Hours of Operation:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday
8:00am - 4:00pm

8:00am - Noon

Town of Eden News & Announcements

School & Community Art Gallery

The Eden Community Foundation has generously supported a project for local student’s artwork to be displayed at the Town Hall.  Along with the help of Art Teacher, Ms. Nicastro, the first three pieces have been chosen to be displayed.  You can view the artwork in person at the Town Hall, 2nd floor.  Look for more artwork to be displayed in the coming months.Art Work

2017 Free Fishing Days

During this weekend (June 24 & 25) anyone can fish New York State waters and no license is required. Since no license is required, it’s the perfect time to take a friend or relative fishing. For more information, contact a NYS Regional DEC Fisheries Office.

Summer Recreation – Sign Up

Eden Summer Recreation:
Early Registration begins Saturday, May 20th from 10AM – Noon at Eden Town Hall in Upstairs Board Room.
Resident Fee: $50 first child, $35 second child, $25 third child, with a family residing in the same house maximum of $110. ($5 off per child if registered by June 16th – with a maximum family discount of $20 for residents for regular day camp only)
Non-Resident Fee: $85 first child and $60 for each additional child
Mini Camp: 4 – 6 yr olds
Monday/Wednesday/Friday $25
Tuesday/Thursday $20


Eden EMS Chicken BBQ & Basket Raffle

Stop by and grab a Weidner’s BBQ chicken dinner or two on Sunday, May 21, 2017 at the Squad Hall (2795 East Church Street behind the Town Hall). We’ll also be having a huge basket raffle!

Doors Open at 11am
Basket Raffle Drawing at 2pm

Tickets for a BBQ Chicken dinner are:
$10.00 pre-sale
$11.00 at the door

All pre-sale dinners must be picked up at 1:00pm.

To order tickets at the decreased rate in advance, please see any Squad member or call (716) 289-5589 to speak with Lynn or email

Fraud & Scams Affecting Seniors

Attention Eden Seniors:

Attorney Nicole Parshall and paralegal Steve Dahlberg from the Consumer Protection Unit of the Center for Elder Law & Justice will present valuable information concerning frauds and scams targeting seniors. This program will be presented at the Eden Library on Friday, May 12th at 2:00. It is strongly suggested to get there early, as seating will go fast!

Tell your friends about this program… let’s help spread the word!

Eden Lunch Program for Senior Citizens Begins

Eden began the New Year by joining the ranks of Erie County communities offering inexpensive, nutritious and balanced lunches for senior citizens. The program, called Stay Fit Dining, is offered through the Erie County Department of Senior Citizens and is at St. John’s Community Church, East Church Street, a Stay Fit co-sponsor along with the Eden ACES senior citizen group.

“We finally made it,” St. John’s pastor Jim Reidling said of the many hours the church and members of Eden ACES  spent organizing the dining facilities and coordinating their efforts with the county Office of Senior Services. “I’m so proud that we were able to begin to reach out to seniors in the community.”

The cost is a free-will offering, suggested at $3. But to take part, residents must reserve a space by Wednesday the week before the scheduled lunch if they want to attend. Eden will offer lunches at 12:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays for now, and diners are asked to arrive at the church by 12:15 p.m.

To reserve a lunch seat, residents are instructed to contact Barbara Caffery at 992-4896 or by email at A sample past menu is sliced turkey breast with gravy and stuffing, chive mashed potatoes, carrot coins and molded cranberry salad. Future menus will appear in the Pennysaver.  

Western New York’s Safest Town

Western New York’s Safest Town

Eden has been listed as the New York State’s 15th safest town.  This statistic places Eden as the safest town in Western New York according to  Our police department along with our police reserves should be credited with this distinction.  Every day they work hard to keep our community safe.  We are excited to be recognized as a safe and secure place to live!