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

Wednesdays
8:00am - Noon

Town of Eden News & Announcements

Town Wide Garage Sale

Save the date!  The fall dates for the Town Wide Garage Sale are set for September 15, 16 & 17.  Look for an ad in this week’s Pennysaver with the details!

Water Main Break

Water main break on West Ave. this morning. Some residents in the surrounding area may be without water. Water should be restored by approximately noon today.

No 2nd Town Board Meeting in August

ATTENTION EDEN RESIDENTS:

There will be no Town Board meeting on August 23, 2017.  The next meeting will be held on September 13, 2017.

Emergency Response Form

The Eden Emergency Squad, Eden Volunteer Fire Department, East Eden Volunteer Fire Department, and the Eden Town Hall are compiling a data base of the town residents who are on any type of in-home life support, for example, in-home oxygen or dialysis, etc. This information will be on hand for these organizations in the event of a disaster in our community.  All information is strictly voluntary and will be kept confidential.  

We ask that any member of a household fill out the “Town of Eden Emergency Response Form” and return it to: Supervisor’s Office, 2795 E. Church St., Eden, NY 14057.  If you have questions, call the Eden Police Department at 992-9211. 

Emergency Response Form

Water Restriction Extended

Erie County Water Authority Extends Temporary Water Restrictions Until August 17

 

The Erie County Water Authority (ECWA) is extending the temporary water restrictions in the Southtowns until at least Thursday, Aug. 17, due to unforeseen complications while repairing a water main break at ECWA’s Sturgeon Point Treatment Plant.

“Our first priority is always to ensure a stable source of drinking water for the public,” Chairman Robert Anderson said. “During this repair, we continue to maintain normal water pressure and our customers have yet to report any interruptions to their service.”

The deep excavation required for this type of water break has created several unique challenges for ECWA crews. For this reason, additional measures have been implemented to ensure the safety of our expert staff and contractors. It is important to note that this break is not the result of old infrastructure, as the pipe itself is only 20-25 years old. The failure of the pipe was unexpected and the cause of the break is still being determined.

Until this repair is complete, the Authority continues to ask customers in the Town and Village of Hamburg, Town and Village of Orchard Park, Town of Aurora, Village of East Aurora, Towns of Colden, Boston, Eden, Evans, Brant and Hanover and the Villages of Angola, Farnham, Silver Creek, and the Seneca Indian Reservation to restrict water use to only what is necessary: no lawn watering, car washing and other non-essential activities.

For further updates, please visit www.ecwa.org or contact ECWA Customer Service at 716-849-8444.

Water Restrictions

AUGUST 8, 2017

The Erie County Water Authority (ECWA) is extending the temporary water restrictions in the south towns at least an additional 48 hours, until Thursday, August 10th, due to prolonged repair work on a water main break at ECWA’s Sturgeon Point Treatment Plant.

“As we expected, removing high voltage electrical utilities buried over the leak area caused several unique challenges,” Chairman Robert Anderson said. “Due to the careful and expert work of our staff and contractors, this has been resolved safely and we’re moving forward with the repair.”

The protracted electrical work has caused an unanticipated delay. Throughout this repair, ECWA has maintained normal water pressure and so far no customers have had difficulties. Some may experience lower water pressure late today so the Authority asks customers in the Town and Village of Hamburg, Town and Village of Orchard Park, Town of Aurora, Village of East Aurora, Towns of Colden, Boston, Eden, Evans, Brant and Hanover and the Villages of Angola, Farnham, Silver Creek, and the Seneca Indian Reservation to only use water as necessary – no lawn watering, car washing and other activities that can wait until the repair is complete.

Some ways to reduce water usage are:

Repairing leaks of all faucets, valves, etc.
Landlords should check their rental units to verify status and make repairs on any leaks
Not washing vehicles
Not washing streets, sidewalks, driveways or building exteriors
Turn off fountains, artificial waterfalls, reflecting pools and ponds
Do not water any lawn, golf course, ornamental shrub, plant or tree
Do not use any fire hydrant, except for fire protection, which would normally be used in accordance with a permit issued by ECWA
Do not fill or maintain the water level in any swimming pool
Major non-residential users shall voluntarily institute water saving actions for their facilities.

For further updates, please visit www.ecwa.org or contact ECWA Customer Service at 716-849-8444.

Outreach Opportunity!

Be on the lookout for the logo at the Corn Festival this week!  We’ll be out and about with a spot in the community tent looking to chat with you!

Cultivate Eden Logo