Welcome to the Village of Orchard Park!

Meetings

5/3/16  Planning Board – 7pm  Agenda
5/9/16  Village Board – 7 pm  Agenda
5/18/16  Zoning Board – 7 pm  see Public Notice Below
5/23/16  Village Board – 7 pm   Agenda

A copy of records pertaining to information being discussed at all meetings is available in the Village Office upon request.

Announcements

SUMMER EMPLOYMENT AVAILABLE – must be 18 years old. Job responsibilities include chipping brush and mowing grass.  Applications available in the Village Office or downloadable below.

2016-2017 Budget

Peddler Permits – Application deadline for Peddler permits for the 4th of July is Friday, June 24, 2016. Authorized permits should be paid for and picked up by Friday, July 1, 2016 at 5pm.

2016 Pavilion Schedule

NORTH LAKE DRIVE will be closed from the boat launch to the parking lot during the dredging of Green Lake.

ADDITIONAL RECYCLE CARTS AVAILABLE!

If you are a Village resident (one, two or 3 family home) and find that your recycling needs exceed the capacity of the 65 gallon tote originally delivered to your address, please call the Village Office at 662-9327.  An additional recycle tote is available at NO COST!  We encourage recycling and would be happy to deliver a recycling cart that accommodates your needs.    

2016 Waste Disposal Information and Recycling Schedule


PUBLIC NOTICES

Public Hearing – Annual Stormwater Report

Public Notice – Tax Warrant

Report Water Emergencies

  • Weekdays 7:30am-3:00pm directly to the Village DPW at 662-3866
  • After hours, call Orchard Park Police Department at 662-6444.

We Accept Credit Cards

Credit card payments can be made in the Village Office or online through Xpress-Pay. Only Village water bills, Village Taxes and Village Permit Fees paid here.

Stormwater Management Program

Stormwater is water from rain or melting snow that does not soak into the ground. It flows from rooftops, over paved areas, bare soil, and sloped lawns. As it flows, stormwater runoff collects and transports soil, animal waste, salt, pesticides, fertilizers, oil and grease, debris and other potential pollutants.  Rain and snowmelt wash pollutants from streets, construction sites, and land into storm sewers and ditches. Eventually, the storm sewers and ditches empty the polluted stormwater directly into streams and rivers with no treatment. This is known as stormwater pollution.

please click on the link below for the Village of Orchard Park’s
Stormwater Management Program

Your Village Team

Mayor:     Jo Ann Litwin Clinton

Board of Trustees

 

Department Heads and Staff

Call Us! 716.662.9327