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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.

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Winterfest Marketplace

Come join us for the Winterfest Marketplace, Saturday, January 31, Village Hall from 10 am - 3 pm. Applewood Hollow – Chai tea, cocoa & other beverage mixes AAA/Disney Travel – Frozen items & travel discounts Alden Veteran's Memorial Brothers of Mercy – gourmet olives & muffaleto Brown Sugar Bakery – breads & bakery items Burning Asphalt – gourmet sauces, mustard & ketchup, Bloody Mary mix Chamber of Commerce – 10th annual Alden Christmas ornament (St.

Storm information update

As per the Buffalo News article of November 23, 2014, the Attorney General’s office is investigating price gouging allegations at 800-771-7755 or Snow removal is a topic of the investigation for plowing, roof raking etc. If your vehicle was towed by someone who the County contracted, the fees will be waived. However, if they are contracted by the pay the fees

Upcoming meetings

Village of Alden Board Meetings, 13336 Broadway, Alden, N.Y. 14004.  Thursday, February 12, 2015 – Work Session – 6:30 PM  Board Meeting – 7:30 PM.

Seasonal Parking

Pursuant to Alden Village Code §200-13, no motor or other vehicle shall from the first day of November to the following first day of April, be parked or left standing on any street or public highway in the Village of Alden between the hours of 2:00 AM and 6:00 AM. The Superintendent of Public Works is authorized to remove from such street to a vehicle impound designated by the Board of Trustees. Any questions call the village office at 937-9216 X10.

Village Crosswalks

Due to winter weather, the village crosswalks that intersect Broadway at Westcott, Emerson and Church St. have been removed. 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.