The Village of Alden is located on the eastern border of Erie County approximately 20 miles east of Buffalo. Incorporated in 1869, the Village of Alden is a rural/residential community with a population of 2605 -Census 2010.
Now that the summer time events in the Town and Village are starting to wind down it's time to look ahead to some of the great fall activities that lie ahead. Why not start out with the "Alden Art Show...Art in the Park". One of Western New York's longest running art shows, 57 years, will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. September 7 and feature the work of many local and close-by juried artisans. This family friendly event will take place on the grounds of the Alden Firemen’s Park and Bandstand Park (Broadway & Church Sts.) right in the heart of the Village of Alden.
According to Village Code 125-5, peddling and hawking license requirements, no person shall engage in the occupation of peddling and hawking within the Village of Alden without first obtaining a license from the Village Clerk’s Office. Part of the application process now includes successful criminal background check screening.
If anyone approaches you or your residence, they must produce the license issued by the Clerk’s Office. If they do not have a license, or cannot show proof, please call the Village Office at 937-9216 ext. 10 or 11 or the local police agency.
Taxes are due in full by July 1, 2014, no partial payments are allowed. We accept cash or checks, but are unable to accept credit cards.
Penalties will apply to all unpaid balances after July 1st according to the penalty schedule listed on the back of your tax bill.
The time for receiving tax payments at the Village Clerk/Treasurer’s Office, 13336 Broadway, Alden, NY is from 9:00 AM – 4:15 PM.
There is also a drop box located between the two back doors for your convenience.
Should you require further assistance, you may contact the Village Clerk’s office at (716) 937-9216 ext.
With the warmer weather, the village crosswalks that intersect Broadway at Westcott, Emerson and Church St. are once again in place. State law requires drivers must yield the right-of-way to pedestrians, particularly if a pedestrian is in a crosswalk. This law is in effect all year long, even when the signs are not in the roadway. Thank you.