Eden Police Department
2795 East Church Street
Eden, New York 14057
(716) 992-2242 (Fax)
Town of Eden Police Department
If you are having an emergency, please CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY to get help!
I need the number for Poison Control!
Please dial 911 instead of calling Poison Control!
I'm going out of town and would like to request a Premises Check.
What do I do if my utilities are down?
Please contact utility company directly for questions regarding service or outages.
National Grid (To Report or Check on Power Outages): https://www.nationalgridus.com/Upstate-NY-Home
Erie County Water: https://www.ecwa.org/
National Fuel Gas: http://www.nationalfuelgas.com/
I received a traffic ticket in the Town of Eden. What do I do next?
The Town Court is also responsible for scheduling court dates and accepting payment of fines. For more information regarding traffic court, please contact the Eden Town Court directly.
How can I apply for license plates or a parking permit for a disability?
- Please click here to download the necessary paperwork.
- You will complete Section One.
- Your physician will complete Section Two.
- If you require a hang tag, please bring the completed form and the license of the PERMIT HOLDER into the Eden Police Department at 2795 East Church Street in Eden.
- If you require license plates, please bring the completed form to your nearest DMV.
I need fingerprinting done. Can I come in to the Police Department?
Fingerprinting is done only for town residents and businesses. However, you MUST bring your own print cards, we do not have any here. No electronic scanning is done.
Who do I call with questions regarding wildlife on my property?
For questions regarding wildlife, please call the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation at (716) 851-7000 or visit http://www.dec.ny.gov/.
How do I run a search on all sex offenders in the area?
In order to search for sex offenders, please visit the New York Sex Offender Directory.
Can I run a search to see if an individual is in prison?
In order to search the New York VINELINK (Victim Information and Notification Everyday) database for offenders, please visit their website.